Top Ten Seinfeld Episodes
Yes this is the best Seinfeld episode. Absolute genius. To take such a taboo subject and handle it in such a tasteful yet hilarious way is absolutely remarkable. The brilliant writing of Larry David coming up with situations like the curtain in the hospital room, the "treating his body like an amusement park", the wager in the diner, Kramer''s "I'm out! ", and so many other parts make this the most original, and absolutely number one episode.
Actually ANY episode that dealt with sex or had an alternate story line about sex are the best ones. Never ever saying the word and only through innuendo, subtext and images, were able to stroll past the censors and have fun at the same time. Best use of the medium for a still uptight and Puritanical American society. Simply brilliant.
There are so many funny moments, such as George's mother screaming that he treats his body like an amusement park, Kramer going out the contest and Jerry asking if you're still master of your domain. There are some other good episodes, such as The Chinese Restaurant, The Soup Nazi, The Marine Biologist etc but this is the best.
Master of my domain
Queen of the castle
King of the castle
I've probably seen every episode of Seinfeld and this has to be the best! When ever I think of Seinfeld, I think of ''No soup for you! '', and this is probably the most iconic episode and if you haven't seen this episode or don't like it, then you don't know true comedy! I'm a 13 year old male and I still think that Seinfeld is definitely my favorite T.V. show of all time!
You cannot go one solid month or year without someone saying, "No soup for you! " This is what makes this episode a classic!
I love this episode it is so funny. It is probably one of the most quotable episodes as well. "No soup for you."
I use this in my classroom... no pen for you, no timefor you, no (insert whatever you want here) for U. Kids never get it but I laughat myself every time.
What a funny episode. I thought that it was so funny when George and Susan were playing trival pursuit with the bubble boy and he was being mean to them. I can't believe that at the end of the episode Kramer burned down the cabin.
One of the best episodes of any show ever!
He lives in a bubble boy.
"I'm sorry but the correct answer is moops. "
(Episode 86, Season 5)
"Who are you, George Costanza? "
"I'm the opposite of every guy you've ever met. "
- Victoria and George
"This guy could be a little bonkos. "
- Regis Philbin, introducing Kramer
"One never knows how the gastrointestinal workings of the equine are going to function. "
Best clip ever when George is in movie theatre!
If I have to choose only one Seinfeld, It would be this episode. George’s performance is exceptional.
George appears to be losing his mind because of Lloyd Braun and the Woman on the Horse. Hilarious
The most hard laughs of any Seinfeld episode for me
The I-M-P-P-C-W... We prefer the Institute.
(Episode 78, Season 5)
"Did you know that the original title for War and Peace was War, What Is It Good For? "
"The sea was angry that day, my friends, like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli. "
The sea was angry that day, my friends... Like an old man trying to return soup at a deli
"Is anyone here a marine biologist? "
Is that a titleist? Hole in one.
(Episode 23, Season 3)
"You know, I've been issued a public urination pass by the city because of my condition. Unfortunately, my little brother ran out of the house with it this morning. Him and his friends are probably peeing all over the place. "
One of the best episodes of Seinfeld. I like how there was bathroom humor in this episode. The episode also has some of the best quotes and memorable scenes that the show has had. definitely one of my top 5 favorite episodes.
It has to be one of the best T.V. moments in history. It is one of those episodes that you'll never forget. Like the Chinese restaurant. You can watch it over and over and it never gets old.
Great, great episode with such a simple idea
"Significant shrinkage! "
"She thinks that it's not all that it could be when it's all that it could be and more! "
Kramer stealing lobsters, everyone seeing George's girlfriend topless but the best is Elaine's line " it shrinks how do you guys walk around with those things"
If you don't vote for this, then the jerk store just called for you. The way in which the "other side of midnight" plot line was weaved into the "comeback" plot line at the end was very nice. The first time I saw it I about busted a gut when the guy said "His wife's in a coma. "
Well I had sex with your wife!
... His wife's in a coma.
Come on people this episode has the awesome scenes with George living with his parents and becoming a hand model, the low talker, and the puffy shirt on the today show.
Quotes include:(Jerry) But I don't want to be a pirate. (George's Mom) GEORGE LIKES THE BANANAS. (Elaine)You're suppose to look like a compassionate person... you look like you're going to swing in on a chandaleir. (Kramer) I just can't be with someone whose life is in complete disarray. (George's Dad) I used to have ahh siiilver dollar collection. (George) Don't worry... I won a contest. (Jerry) People were yelling out 'A vast Ye Matie, ' what the hell does that mean?
This is the most Larry David Seinfeld episode ever, period.
(Episode 66, Season 5)
"You could be the first pirate comedian. "
- Bryant Gumbel, to Jerry
"but I don't wanna be a pirate! "
(Episode 121, Season 7)
"Let me understand. You've got the hen, the chicken and the rooster. The rooster goes with the chicken. So, who's having sex with the hen? "
Kramer yelling at the horse" Rusty, Rusty Rusty"
The best Jerry...the best
(Episode 60, Season 4)
"Who's gonna turn down a Junior Mint? It's chocolate, it's peppermint -- it's delicious! "
"How can you turn down a junior mint? It's chocolate, it's pepperment, it's delicious! It's very refreshing! "
Funniest episode ever. Iconic. Classic.
Kramer goes in and he's like - "Don't worry Jerry, there is always next spring now if you'll excuse me... SERENITY NOww!
Serenity now insanity later
Oh, my, I'll never forget Kramer flipping out, screaming, "SERENITY NOW! "
Love this episode. LOVE KRAMER.
The best ----> KRAMER
A hugely underrated episode. Jerry's parents are painfully funny as well as Jack Clompus and the rest of Phase 2 residents. STELLA!
This episode only is set in two buildings: a Floridian condominium, and an entertainment center.
All I said was I like the pen!
I think the episode is called "The Handicapped Spot"
Not an episode.
(Episode 138, Season 8)
"It's more like a full-body dry heave set to music. "
- George, about Elaine's dancing in The Little Kicks
Frank and Elaine's fight, that's all I have to say!
Here's to feeling' good all the time.
"Here's To Feeling Good All The Time".
"... you've got the A, the B, the C, the D--- That's the BIGGEST! "
"I've Based my WHOLE LIFE on knowing that the D's the BIGGEST! "
"...you ask ME to get a pair of underwear, I'm BACK IN 2 SECONDS! "
Couldn't stop laughing at the end
"Never go against the family Jerry"
Great episode! One of the top 10.
the pigman and a crazy moyl
Absolutely the best episode as it was a 1 hour jammed packed full of clever writing and antics... And included Newman and others in it as well.
"... And you want to be my latex salesman"
And you want to be my latex salesman?
(Episode 31, Season 3)
"Anyone who would laugh at a recital is probably some sort of lunatic anyway. I mean, only a sick, twisted mind could be that rude and ignorant. "
"Well, maybe some mental defective put something stupid on her leg. "
"Even if this so-called mental defective did put something on her leg, she's still the one who laughed. "
- Jerry and Elaine
"I don't have a good apartment for an intervention. The furniture, it's very non-confrontational. "
In ‘The Pez’ episode, Jerry was hilarious he just never cared which was funny