Seinfeld Quotes...

"THE BUSBOY"


"Oh, one more thing about the car. Let it warm up for a minute."
"That's a tough minute. It's like waiting in the shower for the conditioner to work."
- Jerry and George, in "The Busboy"
 
"When the fellow returned home, he discovered that the Benes tattoo does not wash off so easily."
- Jerry, about Elaine's new friend, in "The Busboy"
 
"I feel bad for him too, but he'll get another job. I mean, let's face it, it's not a profession where you embellish your resume and undergo a series of grueling interviews."
"Oh, like you really know busboys."
"Oh, like you do."
"Hey, at least I was a camp waiter."
"Camp."
"It was a fat camp. Those kids depended on me."
- Jerry and George, in "The Busboy"
 
"Try not to say too much."
"What am I gonna say?"
"I don't know."
"Well, I'm not an idiot."
"Certainly not."
"Then we're cool."
- George and Kramer, in "The Busboy"
 
"Cats run away all the time. You know, my aunt, she had a cat. Ran away. Showed up three years later. You never know. They've got things in their brains where they remember where they're from. Unless, of course, somebody else starts feeding him. See, that's what you've gotta worry about."
- Kramer, in "The Busboy"
 
"If I don't get this guy on a plane to Seattle and out of my life, I'm gonna kill him, and everyone who tries to stop me."
- Elaine, in "The Busboy"
 
"Anywhere in the city?"
"Anywhere in the city. I'll tell you the best public toilet."
"Okay. Fifty-Fourth and Sixth."
"Sperry Rand Building. Fourteenth floor, Morgan Apparel. Mention my name, she'll give you the key."
"Alright. Sixty-Fifth and Tenth."
"Are you kidding? Lincoln Center. Alice Tully Hall, the Met. Magnificent facilities."
- George and Jerry, in "The Busboy"
 
"I never knew I could drive like that. I was going faster than I've ever gone before, and yet, it all seemed to be happening in slow motion. I was seeing three and four moves ahead, weaving in and out of lanes like an Olympic skier on a gold medal run. I knew I was challenging the very laws of physics. At Queens Boulevard, I took the shoulder. At Jewel Avenue, I used the median. I had it. I was there. And then, I hit the Van Wyck. They say no one's ever beaten the Van Wyck, but gentlemen, I tell you this... I came as close as anyone ever has. And if it hadn't been for that five-car pile-up on Rockaway Boulevard, that numbskull would be on a plane for Seattle right now instead of looking for a parking space downstairs."
- Elaine, in "The Busboy"
 

 

 
 
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