Seinfeld Quotes...

"THE POTHOLE"


"Jenna's like me. She's very..."
"Finicky? Prissy? Fastidious?"
"I'll take fastidious."
- Jerry and George, in "The Pothole"
 
"They don't actually have to squeeze his head to get him to say 'Holy cow', do they?"
"Just the last few innings of a double-header."
- Jerry and George. about Phil Rizzuto, in "The Pothole"
 
"Well, look at that. A talking Nixon."
- Kramer, seeing George's Phil Rizzuto key chain, in "The Pothole"
 
"As of today I am a proud parent of a one-mile stretch of the Arthur Berkhardt Expressway."
- Kramer, in "The Pothole"
"This parenting isn't about delegating responsibility, it's about being there."
"At the side of the road, with a pile of garbage."
"Quality time."
- Kramer and Jerry, in "The Pothole"
 
"You lost Phil Rizzuto's head?!"
- Jerry, to George, in "The Pothole"
 
"This isn't fair. This is address discrimination!"
- Elaine, to the delivery boy, in "The Pothole"
 
"So the plan is to secretly sterilize her mouth?"
"By the time I'm through with her mouth, she'll be able to eat off it."
- George and Jerry, in "The Pothole"
 
"So now you're finding fault on a sub-atomic level."
- Elaine, to Jerry, in "The Pothole"
 
"Jerry, you have tendencies. They're always annoying, but they were just tendencies. But now, if you can't kiss this girl, I'm afraid we're talking disorder."
"Disorder?"
"And from disorder, you're a quirk or two away from full-on dementia."
- Elaine and Jerry, in "The Pothole"
 
"You could've introduced me."
"I wouldn't know where to start."
- Jerry and Kramer, in "The Pothole"
 
"You're pretending to live in a janitor's closet just to get this flounder?"
"It's better than eating it alone in the restaurant, like some loser."
- Jerry and Elaine, in "The Pothole"
 
"That stuff is unbelievable. I'd eat it out of a dumpster."
- Kramer, about the flounder, in "The Pothole"
 
"I just have to do all the jack-hammering myself."
"Oh that's nice, kind of a hard-labor fantasy camp."
- George and Jerry, in "The Pothole"
 
"Hi. Jerry, can I borrow your car?"
"For what?"
"I have to haul some dirty garbage to the dump."
"Dirt? That's alright, because there's nothing wrong with dirt."
"Well, actually it's pretty grimy."
"Grime, grease, filth, funk, ooze. Whatever it is, you take that stuff and put it right on my leather upholstery."
"Well, I don't know who you are, but thanks for the car."
- Elaine and Jerry, in "The Pothole"

 

 

 
 
 
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