October 17, 2014

KRAMER: Hey.
JERRY: (To Kramer) Hey. (To George) He doesn’t even know where you live.. Who told you to give him your business card?.. (Intercom buzzes) That’s Elaine.  Kramer.. (To Kramer) George wants to know when you want to look for the cat again.
KRAMER: It’s been a week. It’s up to the cat now.
JERRY: (Into phone) Kramer says it’s up to the cat now. (To Kramer) It’ll be on your conscience.
KRAMER: Oh? How do you figure?
JERRY: (Into phone) How do you figure? (To Kramer) ‘Cause you’re the one who left the door open.
KRAMER: Why was I in charge of closing the door?
JERRY: (Into phone) Why was he in charge of closing the door?  ‘Cause you came in after him!
KRAMER: So!
JERRY: (Into phone) So! (To Kramer - getting even more angry) So, the last person in should close the door!
KRAMER: Let me talk to him.

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October 15, 2014

KRAMER: ..You know, 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 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 gotta worry about. 
GEORGE:  Once again, Antonio, I can’t even begin to say how deeply, deeply sorry I am about everything. The job, the cat.. (lamp breaks) the lamp.
KRAMER: The wire was sticking out.. Yeah.
GEORGE: (Hands Antonio a card) Here’s my card. I’m in real estate, so, if you’re ever looking for something bigger, something nicer…maybe not right now. Anyway…
KRAMER: You ought get that wire fixed. I got the door.

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October 13, 2014

GEORGE:  Anyway, I just wanted to let you know I’m really sorry that happened, and if I can help out in any way, I’ll certainly be glad to do that. (Pause) Well, I guess that’s about it.
KRAMER: You got anything to drink? Agua?
GEORGE: Oy uy uy.. (Antonio points to the sink) We really should get going.
KRAMER: Let me get a glass of water.
GEORGE: Hurry up.
ANTONIO: (Notices that his cat is missing) Pequita? Pequita? (Starts to panic)
KRAMER: His cat’s gone.
ANTONIO: (Shows that the door was left wide open) La puerta esta abierta. (Starts screaming) La puerta esta abierta!  Who left the door open?  Who left the door open?! Come on, come on! Help me look!

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October 10, 2014

GEORGE: Look, I really appreciate your coming, but if you wouldn’t mind - try not to say too much.
KRAMER: What am I gonna say?
GEORGE: I don’t know.
KRAMER: Well, I’m not an idiot.
GEORGE: Certainly not.
KRAMER: Then we’re cool.
GEORGE: Yeah.. yeah, we’re - we’re cool.

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October 9, 2014
JERRY: Look, 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.GEORGE: Oh, like you really know busboys.JERRY: Oh, like you do.GEORGE: Hey, at least I was a camp waiter.JERRY: Camp.GEORGE: It was a fat camp. Those kids depended on me.
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JERRY: Look, 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.
GEORGE: Oh, like you really know busboys.
JERRY: Oh, like you do.
GEORGE: Hey, at least I was a camp waiter.
JERRY: Camp.
GEORGE: It was a fat camp. Those kids depended on me.

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