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Modern Day Seinfeld Episodes (1 Viewer)

Scoresman

Footballguy
-  Kramer makes a fortune in the cryptocurrency market.  

- Crazy Joe Davola gets #MeToo'd by Elaine

- George thinks someone is sneaking into his apartment to watch Netflix because his Recommended Watch list is full of serial killer documentaries.

- Jerry changes his WiFi password.  Kramer, who had been leeching off of it for years, leases part of his apartment out to NYC Telecom in exchange for unlimited WiFi.  

 

Joe Mammy

Footballguy
The Costanzas walk in on George watching porn and wanking. Mr. C sees George's favorite category is GILF.

Kramer bottles a new cat flea medicine and ships it to China and they resell and ship it back to Amazon. 

Jerry has athlete's feet from softball and is embarrassed to take off his shoes with his new girlfriend, gnarly foot has him worried and all he can think of is Yogi Berra and the NP27 commercial.

Elaine joins a new gym and discovers lesbianism and is surprisingly happy. Puddy is not pleased and buries himself in transmission repair.

 
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Doug B

Footballguy
This thread makes me curious -- was the Internet or going online ever mentioned on Seinfeld at all? There were a years of overlap time-wise.

 

Leroy Hoard

Footballguy
The Costanzas walk in on George watching porn and wanking. Mr. C sees George's favorite category is GILF.

Kramer bottles a new cat flea medicine and ships it to China and they resell and ship it back to Amazon. 

Jerry has athlete's feet from softball and is embarrassed to take off his shoes with his new girlfriend, gnarly foot has him worried and all he can think of is Yogi Berra and the NP27 commercial.

Elaine joins a new gym and discovers lesbianism and is surprisingly happy. Puddy is not pleased and buries himself in transmission repair.
I would watch these.

BTW, the GILF video thing would be at its worse in this situation.

 
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Chaka

Footballguy
I can think of two mentions of e-mail: 

1) when Kramer cancels his mail, and

2) in the reverse episode "The Betrayal" there's a line about "what the hell is email?" back in the "past"
Not email but in the Serenity now episode George sells computers for his dad, with Lloyd Braun. His desperate sales pitch the Jerry included the prospect of access to porn.

 
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Leroy Hoard

Footballguy
Kramer meets his young dopellganger while attending a hipster doofus festival.  He then recalls the 1999 Times Square new years eve balldrop he attended, where he got lucky as they played Prince in the background. Kramer ponders the responsibilities of potential fatherhood.

 

Scoresman

Footballguy
George becomes a doordash driver and gets so overwhelmed with orders he stores a bunch of them at Jerry's apartment.  Kramer comes over and eats all the meals.  George gets upset.  

Puddy takes Elaine to a Flat Earth Society Meeting.  

 
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Joe Mammy

Footballguy
The Costanzas walk in on George watching porn and wanking. Mr. C sees George's favorite category is GILF.
Frank bellows, "HOW CAN GILF BE YOUR GO TO?"

George sheepishly backs out of the room while pulling his shirt tail out, not wanting to answer...

 

Drunken knight

Footballguy
Jerry can't get reception/signal on his cell phone and has to live like he did 20 years ago.

george tries to become a hipster

newman is now employed by amazon

elaine blogs about bloggers

 

Parrothead

Footballguy
during the "master of your domain" challenge part 2- Jerry, Kramer, and George run a train on a more-than-willing Elaine, and they all call it a draw

 

[scooter]

Footballguy
George develops an iPhone app called the iToilet, then has to move in with Jerry after he loses all his money to Bernie Madoff. He then tries to get back together with his ex-wife, but she wants him to sign a pre-nup. Meanwhile, Jerry has fathered a child with Elaine (as a sperm donor), and the boy eventually finds out that Jerry is his dad and not his "Uncle".

 

RUSF18

Footballguy
Doug B said:
This thread makes me curious -- was the Internet or going online ever mentioned on Seinfeld at all? There were a years of overlap time-wise.
"Porn quotes. I'm so lucky to have a friend like you George."

 

Bull Dozier

Footballguy
George ventures into Snapchat and freaks out after he snaps a suggestive picture to a girl and she doesn't respond right away.

Jerry gets a Netflix special, but his parents don't understand and encourage him to keep working because "he'll make it big someday."

Elaine's phone is on the fritz so it takes a lot of effort to get touch screen movements recognized.  She has to agonize over pictures of men and if they are really "swipe worthy."

 

Charlie Steiner

Footballguy
George realizes he doesn't need Jerry as an inroad to NBC; he's his own inroad!  He pitches them his life story and calls it 'The Costanza Chronicles'. Tina Fey happens to be passing by the meeting and makes the off-the-cuff comment 'He should just have cameras follow him around everywhere.' The execs overhear it and 'Consanza' is born. He gets carte blanche in choosing his cast, so he quickly tosses aside the old gang and hires Kenny Bania to play his accountant/best friend, Kathy Griffin as Bania's wife, and Rob Reiner resurrecting his iconic role as Mike Stivic from All in the Family. It's revealed in the pilot that the Costanzas and Stivics lived on the same street in Queens, and part of the reason Mike was so over the top liberal was seeing George grow up made him weep for the future. 

 

ChainsawU

Footballguy
In 1992 and ’93, when I was running the show with Al Jean, I read eight hundred spec scripts a year—four hundred Seinfelds, two hundred Cheers, a hundred Murphy Browns, and assorted others. About seven hundred of these specs were good, but what I was looking for was great: I wanted a script that was funny from the first page to the last. I noticed how so many writers, in a hurry to finish, let the quality drop in the last few pages. I needed closers. This was the tedious process by which I found great writers, like Greg Daniels (creator of The Office) and Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein, who three years later had my job running the show. In both cases, they had written pitch-perfect Seinfeld scripts. Greg’s was set entirely in a single parking space and was so good that Seinfeld actually produced it. Bill and Josh’s script had George Costanza accidentally swallowing a jagged piece of glass at a party; all the guests stay for hours, waiting to see if George “passes” the glass safely. It was cringe comedy at its very best.

Reiss, Mike. Springfield Confidential (pp. 53-54). Dey Street Books. Kindle Edition.
 

Nipsey

Footballguy
Instagram influencer Kramer is in hiding after being heckled for his role in promoting the Frye Festival.

Jerry confronts Newman at Blaze Pizza after catching him cheating on their keto diet bet.

George believes his Waze app leads him directly into traffic jams, goes to Waze headquarters to complain only to be hired.

After watching Free Solo, Elaine falls for an amateur climber at the gym. As the relationship wanes she encourages him to attempt risky, free solo climbs.

 

Politician Spock

Footballguy
George is friended on Facebook by a woman he had a crush on in high school, and they agree to meet. George thinks he's finally going to score with her after all these years... only to find out she wants him to join an MLM. 

At the coffee shop Elaine develops a habit of taking a picture of every new elaborate coffee drink she tries to post it up to Instagram and get a ton of likes... only to take a sip, make a nasty face and not drink the rest. Jerry George and Kramer have a field day with comments about this. 

Jerry tells his Uber driver "I'll tip you in app" as he and George exit the vehicle. George becomes obsessed with this as he knows Jerry has no intention of ever tipping him, ending with a scene of George stealing Jerry's phone to launch the Uber app to give the driver a tip. 

Kramer gets so obsessed with Fortnite that he plays all during the night, making enough noise that Jerry can't sleep. In their hilarious debates about this Jerry is convinced to try playing the game over at Kramer's. The episode ends with George and Elaine constantly ringing Jerry's apartment with him not there, and his cell phone ringing on the kitchen counter as they try to call him, finally ending with both of them screaming up to his window.

 

dhockster

Footballguy
George becomes a doordash driver and gets so overwhelmed with orders he stores a bunch of them at Jerry's apartment.  Kramer comes over and eats all the meals.  George gets upset.  

Puddy takes Elaine to a Flat Earth Society Meeting.  
This is good except Kramer and Newman come over and eat all the meals.

 

dgreen

Footballguy
Jerry tells his Uber driver "I'll tip you in app" as he and George exit the vehicle. George becomes obsessed with this as he knows Jerry has no intention of ever tipping him, ending with a scene of George stealing Jerry's phone to launch the Uber app to give the driver a tip. 
I feel like this one should be reversed and George is the one saying he'll tip.

Kramer gets so obsessed with Fortnite that he plays all during the night, making enough noise that Jerry can't sleep. In their hilarious debates about this Jerry is convinced to try playing the game over at Kramer's. The episode ends with George and Elaine constantly ringing Jerry's apartment with him not there, and his cell phone ringing on the kitchen counter as they try to call him, finally ending with both of them screaming up to his window.
Yes, Fortnite has to be an episode. I also suggest Kramer hires a Fortnite coach and the coach ends up being an 8 year old boy.

 

Politician Spock

Footballguy
I feel like this one should be reversed and George is the one saying he'll tip.
I was going with the angle that Jerry was really unhappy with the ride and just said it to be polite when exiting and let it go.

If George did it, he would do it because he's cheap, and Jerry's knows George is cheap and would never overreact about it. He would just make a comment about George being cheap, and George would probably say "yeah, I am.... hey you wanna go bowling saturday?" 

George is overreacting in this case because: 1) if Jerry was unsatisfied, he should have been honest with the driver and told him what he was dissatisfied with so that the driver can learn from it and improve instead of thinking he gave a great ride and just continue being a bad driver; and 2) he setup the driver for disappointment by telling him he'll get something that he'll never get. These just blow George's mind until he feels like he has to fix the situation and has a meltdown about it. 

 

Gally

Footballguy
I feel like this one should be reversed and George is the one saying he'll tip.


I was going with the angle that Jerry was really unhappy with the ride and just said it to be polite when exiting and let it go.

If George did it, he would do it because he's cheap, and Jerry's knows George is cheap and would never overreact about it. He would just make a comment about George being cheap, and George would probably say "yeah, I am.... hey you wanna go bowling saturday?" 

George is overreacting in this case because: 1) if Jerry was unsatisfied, he should have been honest with the driver and told him what he was dissatisfied with so that the driver can learn from it and improve instead of thinking he gave a great ride and just continue being a bad driver; and 2) he setup the driver for disappointment by telling him he'll get something that he'll never get. These just blow George's mind until he feels like he has to fix the situation and has a meltdown about it. 
I think it would likely be a combination of the two.  I don't think George would care one way or the other mainly because he is cheap.  But Kramer on the other hand would really get on Jerry for lying to the driver and cutting from his livelihood.  Kramer would be the one that would get truly upset over Jerry not tipping after he said he would.

 

dgreen

Footballguy
Jerry learns he has a Wikipedia page that’s full of inaccuracies. His parents find out about the page and believe all of the inaccuracies and are embarrassed of the things they now think he did. 

Also, Jerry is verified on Twitter and the others feel they should be verified too. 

 

JoeSteeler

Footballguy
George gets diagnosed with anxiety and sets up a GoFundMe for himself.  
Only after learning Kramer's GFM raised $10,000 To remodel his apt.

George's raises $20,000 (which he throws in everyone's face) but then it is deleted When it is revealed he is lying about having anxiety. Becomes a social pariah and has to live under the assumed name of Art Vandelay for 6 months.

 

JoeSteeler

Footballguy
Cousin Jeffrey is fired from the parks department and has to move in with Jerry. George is mad he is not the only unemployed one in the group and works hard to find Jeffrey a job.  Takes many liberties with his indeed profile.

 
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LC512

Footballguy
Jerry learns he has a Wikipedia page that’s full of inaccuracies. His parents find out about the page and believe all of the inaccuracies and are embarrassed of the things they now think he did. 
Could have the Kathy Griffin character be the one that's editing his Wiki page for the negative.. that would be great.

 

Buckna

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JoeSteeler said:
Kramer gets a job as an extra on Avengers: Infinity War and meets Scarlett Johansson. He introduces her to jerry and they start dating. Jerry ends it after 2 dates when he realizes "her ears are not the same size"
Surprised there haven’t been many “Jerry dates so and so famous or about to be famous actress and breaks up over something stupid” ones. That was a Seinfield mainstay, that dude absolutely slayed some ###.

Jerry gets labeled a misogynist by his girlfriend Brie Larson after he unthinkingly calls their waitress “girl” and ends up a #MeToo pariah on Instagram.

 

Politician Spock

Footballguy
Kramer starts a YouTube channel and frequently walks into Jerry's apartment while live streaming. Some people on the chat start hitting on Elaine, who is flattered and flirts back.... until some chatters start making lewd comments that offend her. She wants Kramer to ban them from his channel, but he is torn because he loves his following. Elaine and Kramer want Jerry to decide what Kramer should do... and of course Jerry doesn't give a ####. 

 
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Charlie Steiner

Footballguy
The gang all receive applications to join AARP in the mail the same day.  George and Kramer join while Jerry and Elaine are in denial about their age and refuse.  George and Kramer enjoy all the benefits they can and flaunt them in front of Jerry and Elaine. Finally willing to face their own mortality, they join, but by then George and Kramer are bored with how little it really matters belonging to AARP and let their memberships lapse.  The last shot of the episode features the latest issue of AARP Magazine, with Jerry on the cover.

 

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