Seinfeld Dating Advice, or basically, Yada, Yada, Yada
Jerry Seinfeld: “Elaine, breaking up is like knocking over a Coke machine. You can't do it in one push Never give relationship advice. George. In the episode “The Stake Out”, Jerry has a hard time flirting with another woman with Elaine in the same vicinity and is scared to admit to. Jerry Seinfeld years later said that this stroke plotline made the episode Elaine tries to prove to Jerry that she wasn't only dating Tony for his.
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George is set up again shortly after he begins wearing a toupee and therefore feeling more confident. He is ironically horrified to discover he is set up with a bald woman. Other Random Observations Be aware of your dancing ability. Try to split costs evenly.
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Breaking up is difficult. You either have to go all-in and end a relationship like ripping off a band aid, or like trying to push over a coke machine, rock it back and forth a few times.
Honesty is always best. George rings him back and tells Jerry that Wilkinson is in the hospital. Jerry wants to sell his stock, but George insists that the tip is good. George says he will go and visit Wilkinson to find out what they should do, despite the fact that George does not know him personally. At Jerry's apartment, Elaine says that the only way that she can get rid of Robert's cats is if they should have some form of "accident" and offers Jerry the job, but he refuses. Wilkinson throws George out of the hospital as soon as he mentions Simon, indicating the two had a falling out.
Jerry sells his shares, while George decides to " go down with the ship ". Jerry takes Vanessa to Vermont, but rainy weather keeps them stuck inside the bed-and-breakfast. He regrets going with her because they have nothing to talk about. Jerry reads the business section of the newspaper to see that the stock has risen dramatically since he sold it.
Vanessa then claims that Jerry only took her to Vermont because he lost so much money. This continues until the owner bans Jerry, because his order is similar enough to Kramer's that it's obvious he's buying fruit for Kramer. This results in the two of them also switching personalities.
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In several arguments with Jerry, Kramer is incredibly stubborn, protecting his own interests. Jerry always wears a suit whenever he has to do his stand-up comedy act. In a few cases, Jerry wears an unusual item of clothing. Like George, Jerry's hairstyle remains relatively the same throughout the series, though the length and thickness of it alters, especially from Season 3 onwards.
There is one noticeable episode in which Jerry receives a bad haircut when he reluctantly agrees to get his hair done by an incompetent Italian barber in " The Barber ".
As in real life, Jerry is a fan of comic book characters, particularly of Supermanwho is his hero. As far as sports, Jerry is a fan of the New York Mets as evidenced as early as the episode " The Baby Shower " in which Kramer persuades him to install illegal cable by saying "The Mets have 75 games on cable this year. In early episodes, a New York Yankees hat sits on the counter near his computer. Later on, by the middle of Season 3, it was replaced with a Mets cap, possibly to better reflect Seinfeld's real-life support of the Queens side.
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While a Mets fan, he has once attended a Yankees games in the sixth season. In the first episode of Season 6 and the first episode of Season 7, Jerry is shown watching a Yankees game with George. Jerry also does not appear to have any particular interest in alcohol as he is rarely seen drinking beer or any other alcoholic beverage; however, he is seen drinking beer with George once in " The Shower Head ", wine at various meals, and keeps a bottle of Hennigan's scotch in his apartment, though he claims that he only uses it as a paint thinner.
George recalls in " The Outing " that the two were friends ever since an encounter in gym class in their school days.Seinfeld - Inside looks: "The Deal"
In " The Betrayal ", Jerry mentions that he once beat George up in the fourth grade. Flashbacks in episodes such as " The Library " portray Jerry and George in high school. A pizza place which they frequented is portrayed in " The Frogger ".
Jerry and George attended school together at Edward R. Murrow Middle SchoolJohn F. Kennedy High School and Queens College. He eventually quit the job in order to focus more on his comedy career. Unlike George, who usually can't stand his parents, Jerry gets along reasonably well with his parents, but he still prefers they live in Florida rather than New York, so that they do not interfere with his private life. Although born and raised Jewish and he considers himself a Jew, Jerry apparently does not practice and generally does not observe many traditions.
In " The Bris ", he implies he is circumcised, repeatedly asking people if they have "ever seen one" - in reference to an uncircumcised penis. He also mentions having a sister in the episode " The Chinese Restaurant ", though she is never named, never appears on screen, and is never mentioned again after this episode.
In order to avoid his old friend Joel in " Male Unbonding ", Jerry pretends to have promised to tutor his nephew; it is unclear if the nephew really exists or is simply fabricated as part of the excuse.
Jerry has an eccentric uncle, Leowho appears in 15 episodes. Uncle Leo has a son, Cousin Jeffrey, who works for the parks department, about whom he constantly talks, but who never appears. Manya is described as a Polish immigrant. In the same episode, Jerry references having an "Aunt Rose", and Helen mentions a family member named "Claire" who is getting married.
Jerry's maternal grandmother, Nana, is an elderly woman with memory problems, occasionally unable to tell the past from the present, living alone in the city. Relationships[ edit ] Jerry is notorious for his detached approach towards relationships and for breaking up with women for the slightest of flaws or for the most minor of reasons.