July 14, 2014

JERRY: Marlene
KRAMER: (Smiles) Oh. Oh, Marlene.
JERRY: Yeah, I took her home one night - we kinda started up a little bit in the car.
KRAMER: I thought you were trying to get rid of her?
JERRY: I was. She’s got me, like, hypnotized.
KRAMER: Does George know?
JERRY: No, he’d go nuts.
KRAMER: Yeah, no kidding.
JERRY: I feel terrible. I mean, I’ve seen her a couple of times since then, and I know I can’t go any further, but.. I’ve just got this like, psycho-sexual hold over me. I just want her, I can’t breathe. It’s like a drug.
KRAMER: Woah, psycho-sexual.
JERRY: I don’t know how I’m going to tell him.
KRAMER: Man, I don’t understand people. I mean, why would George want to deprive you of pleasure? Is it just me?
JERRY: It’s partially you, yeah.

(via The Ex-Girlfriend)

July 11, 2014

KRAMER: Hey.
JERRY: Hey.
KRAMER: I got it! This time, I got it!
JERRY: Alright.
KRAMER: Hips! See, it’s all hips.
JERRY: Uh-huh.
KRAMER: You gotta come through with the hips first.
JERRY: That is out there.

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July 10, 2014
MARLENE: Are you feeling weird?JERRY: No, I’m fine.MARLENE: Nothing really happened.JERRY: Yeah, I know.MARLENE: We just kissed a little. People kiss.JERRY: Yeah.MARLENE: Well.. night.
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MARLENE: Are you feeling weird?
JERRY: No, I’m fine.
MARLENE: Nothing really happened.
JERRY: Yeah, I know.
MARLENE: We just kissed a little. People kiss.
JERRY: Yeah.
MARLENE: Well.. night.

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July 9, 2014
JERRY: So, how was it?GEORGE: I was in there for two minutes. He didn’t do anything.  Touch this, feel that. Seventy-five bucks.JERRY: Well, it’s a first visit.GEORGE: What’s seventy-five bucks? What, am I seeing Sinatra in there?! And I being entertained? I don’t understand this. I’m only paying half.JERRY: You can’t do that.GEORGE: Why not?JERRY: He’s a doctor. You gotta pay what he says.GEORGE: Oh, no, no, no. I pay what I say.
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JERRY: So, how was it?
GEORGE: I was in there for two minutes. He didn’t do anything.  Touch this, feel that. Seventy-five bucks.
JERRY: Well, it’s a first visit.
GEORGE: What’s seventy-five bucks? What, am I seeing Sinatra in there?! And I being entertained? I don’t understand this. I’m only paying half.
JERRY: You can’t do that.
GEORGE: Why not?
JERRY: He’s a doctor. You gotta pay what he says.
GEORGE: Oh, no, no, no. I pay what I say.

(via The Ex-Girlfriend)

June 30, 2014
RECEPTIONIST: Mr. Costanza?GEORGE: Yeah.RECEPTIONIST: The doctor I’ll see you now. GEORGE: (To Jerry, sarcastically) Yeah, doctor. I’m going to have to wait in that little room by myself, aren’t I? (Picks up a crossword puzzle) I better take this. I hate the little room. “Oh, hello, Doctor.”
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RECEPTIONIST: Mr. Costanza?
GEORGE: Yeah.
RECEPTIONIST: The doctor I’ll see you now.
GEORGE: (To Jerry, sarcastically) Yeah, doctor. I’m going to have to wait in that little room by myself, aren’t I? (Picks up a crossword puzzle) I better take this. I hate the little room. “Oh, hello, Doctor.”

(via The Ex-Girlfriend)