Seinfeld Quotes...


"My personal acting technique is working with color. Imagining, then finding the emotional vibrational mood connected to the color. See, if you look through my scripts, you see that all my lines have a special color. So, I don't memorize language, I memorize colors. This way I can go through red, yellow, green, blue, and you have a full palette of emotions."
- Kramer gives a lecture, in "The Trip"
"I happen to dress based on mood."
"But you essentially wear the same thing all the time."
"Seemingly, but within that basic framework there are many subtle variations only discernible to an acute observer that reflect the many moods, the many shades, the many sides of George Costanza."
"And what mood is this?"
"This is morning mist."
- George and Jerry, in "The Trip"
"I've always been a little nervous about these things. I'm afraid I'm going to step through into another dimension."
- George, before going through a metal detector, in "The Trip"
"I must have iron-rich blood."
- Jerry, after setting off the metal detector, in "The Trip"
"I'm not crazy. I may look weird, but I'm just like you... I'm just a regular guy."
- Kramer, talking to Fred Savage, in "The Trip"
"Body lotion! Jerry, body lotion!"
- George, excited about the hotel room, in "The Trip"
"That's one tuck, one no-tuck."
- George, in "The Trip"
"I like to be able to take the blankets and swish them and swirl them."
- George, in "The Trip"
"He's a very handsome man. Passionate, intense, but troubled, strange. I think he may be in love with me. Of course, there's nothing abnormal about that. I have many suitors."
- Elena, the out-of-work-for-58-years actress, in "The Trip"
"A payphone in L.A. Look, it's a miracle."
- George, in "The Trip"
"I hate asking for change. They always make a face. It's like asking them to donate a kidney."
- George, in "The Trip"
"Hello, 911? How are ya?"
- Jerry, in "The Trip"
"Hey officer! He's foolin' around back here!"
- Jerry, while he and George ride around in a "black & white", in "The Trip"
"You know what I've never understood? Why did they change the siren noise? When I was a kid, it was always 'WAAAAAH WAAAAAH' and now it's 'WOO WOO WOO WOO WOO'. Why'd they do that? I mean, did they do some research? Did they find out that WOO-WOO was a more effective siren than WAAAH?"
"Hey, and what about those English sirens? 'EEE YAAAH, EEE YAAAH, EEE YAAAH, EEE YAAAH'..."
- George and Jerry, in "The Trip"
"Hey, how'd you know about the guy in the park?"
- Kramer, to the police detective, in "The Trip"
"I'm doin' what I do, the way I've always done it, and the way I'll always do it."
- Kramer, in "The Trip"
"If I owned a company, my employees would love me. They'd have huge pictures of me up on the walls and in their home, like Lenin."
- George, in "The Trip"
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