History WMG / Seinfeld

11th May '18 7:44:13 PM DoctorCrocodileReborn
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[[WMG: The Trial was rigged from the beginning]]
13th Jan '18 4:44:25 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: When Kramer took karate, he trained at a [[KickinIt Bobby Wasabi]] dojo.]]

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[[WMG: When Kramer took karate, he trained at a [[KickinIt [[Series/KickinIt Bobby Wasabi]] dojo.]]
27th Dec '16 6:29:19 AM speedyboris
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[[WMG:Speaking of "The Pie", Audrey is an identical twin to Eva from "The Limo".]]
Both characters were played by the same actress (Suzanne Snyder), but in-universe, the two were identical twins but separated at birth. Audrey was adopted by Poppy and lived a normal life, while Eva was adopted by a man whose intense bigotry influenced her greatly. As a result, she became a neo-Nazi as an adult.
29th Oct '16 5:17:19 PM General_A_S
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[[WMG: Courtney Cox played Monica Geller on the show]]
She lives in Manhattan, she loves cleaning, and if she lied to the dry cleaning that she was married to Jerry, why wouldn't she lie to Jerry about her name for a reason that we don't know?
10th May '16 11:56:45 AM speedyboris
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[[WMG:Audrey didn't try the pie in "The Pie" because she witnessed it being prepared in an unsanitary manner.]]
Based on Jerry's refusal to try Poppy's pizza in "The Pie" (because he witnessed Poppy not washing his hands before returning to work), it's not unreasonable to think that a similar thing happened to Audrey.
9th Mar '16 7:58:08 PM GrammarNavi
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[[WMG: The video clerk from "The Couch" is [[KingOfQueens Spence]].]]

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[[WMG: The video clerk from "The Couch" is [[KingOfQueens [[Series/TheKingOfQueens Spence]].]]
9th Mar '16 1:59:35 PM Hossmeister
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** The reunion episode of ''CurbYourEnthusiasm'' quashes this theory, unfortunately. This theory explains a lot of unanswered questions in the finale, like the apparent KangarooCourt, latent illegal court proceedings and complete ignorance of actual Good Samaritan Laws, though, as well as a police officer arresting four innocent bystanders/witnesses to a violent crime with video evidence, and ignoring '''the very mugging and carjacking he is arresting them for not involving themselves with'''.

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** The reunion episode of ''CurbYourEnthusiasm'' ''Series/CurbYourEnthusiasm'' quashes this theory, unfortunately. This theory explains a lot of unanswered questions in the finale, like the apparent KangarooCourt, latent illegal court proceedings and complete ignorance of actual Good Samaritan Laws, though, as well as a police officer arresting four innocent bystanders/witnesses to a violent crime with video evidence, and ignoring '''the very mugging and carjacking he is arresting them for not involving themselves with'''.
28th Nov '15 11:42:34 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The policeman played by Neil Flynn in ''The Summer of George'' is actually [[{{Scrubs}} The Janitor]].]]

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[[WMG: The policeman played by Neil Flynn in ''The Summer of George'' is actually [[{{Scrubs}} [[Series/{{Scrubs}} The Janitor]].]]
1st Jul '15 8:39:32 PM nerdcredred
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While showing obvious interest in being with women, George seems to constantly fail at every aspect of connecting with them, yet can discuss his thoughts and feelings (to an extent) with other men. George shows constant hypersensitivity over his masculinity (accidentally buying women's glasses, needing to give a disclaimer before saying the word 'fabulous'), panicked over receiving a massage from a male therapist because "it moved", and obviously has latent romantic/sexual feelings for Jerry that he tries not to think about (the girlfriend who "looks just like him."). George has feelings that he simply does not want to face or is at the very least bi-curious.

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While showing obvious interest in being with women, George seems to constantly fail at every aspect of connecting with them, yet can discuss his thoughts and feelings (to an extent) with other men. George's obsession with finding a wife, even one that he realized he didn't particularly want to marry, seemed to be a way of convincing himself of his own heterosexuality and desirability by a woman. George shows constant hypersensitivity over his masculinity (accidentally buying women's glasses, needing to give a disclaimer before saying the word 'fabulous'), panicked over receiving a massage from a male therapist because "it moved", and obviously has latent romantic/sexual feelings for Jerry that he tries not to think about (the girlfriend who "looks just like him."). George has feelings that he simply does not want to face or is at the very least bi-curious.
1st Jul '15 8:37:54 PM nerdcredred
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[[WMG: George is a closeted homosexual.]]
While showing obvious interest in being with women, George seems to constantly fail at every aspect of connecting with them, yet can discuss his thoughts and feelings (to an extent) with other men. George shows constant hypersensitivity over his masculinity (accidentally buying women's glasses, needing to give a disclaimer before saying the word 'fabulous'), panicked over receiving a massage from a male therapist because "it moved", and obviously has latent romantic/sexual feelings for Jerry that he tries not to think about (the girlfriend who "looks just like him."). George has feelings that he simply does not want to face or is at the very least bi-curious.
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