8 thoughts on “The Lost Seinfeld Episode

  1. 🙂 I wrote my own outline to a Seinfeld show once. Seinfeld usually has a couple of subplots in an episode and this would have been one sub plot………………..steve

    Hey Steve,
    Though I wasn’t much of a fan of Seinfeld I must admit I loved the Soup Nazi episode. Classic sit-com t.v.
    WC

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  2. This is the Outline (sort of):

    It is where George was invited to Steinbrenner’s daughters wedding since he is Georges boss (Yankees). So throughout the banter of the show he keeps saying “what should I get as a gift” since it is important to make an impression on his boss. George procrastinates to the point where he decides to get it on the way to the wedding party. He is running late and as he walks up to the store the OPEN sign flips to CLOSED when the door comes into view. He ends up running late so he goes to a drug store to get a card. He signs the card and puts it in the inside pocket of his suit jacket. When he gets to the Steinbrenner mansion for the wedding the “staff” person opens the door and points to where George needs to go. As he goes towards the wedding party he passes the gift table and an idea strikes him. He exchanges his card with a card on a gift not knowing what is inside. Of course he trashes the other card.

    A short time later he gets a thank you note for the “most wonderful gift” and is invited to the household for dinner and is petrified because he doesn’t know what he can say when he arrives and needs to just sort of fake it about the gift…………….. (never completed)

    …….steve

    Hey Steve,
    I used to write episodes for favorite television shows for fun too.
    WC

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  3. WC…..we have an identical situation here in Dublin OH (Columbus) where there is the very best breakfast place you have ever been. It is operated by what we call the Breakfast Nazi. You must do it his way……….steve

    Steve,
    Now that we’re talking about it, I’m kind of a kitchen nazi myself. I cook up a storm and then force people to eat things my way. 😆 I’ll have to check out your place and Grit’s if I’m ever in the neighborhood.
    WC

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  4. Hi WC, Steve,

    Memphis has its own Nazi food establishment as well, the Rendezvous. They have some world famous BBQ, but, if you ever go there, just go with the waiter’s suggestion 😉

    the Grit

    Hey Grit,
    Apparently there are a lot of food nazis around. I wouldn’t mind being bossed around to eat good ribs though. 😉
    WC

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  5. Hi WC,

    Well, there is bit of a local to do about that. The Rendezvous serves dry ribs, meaning that they rub them with a mixture of dry spices and serve the BBQ sauce on the side. The other side of the great rib debate thinks that the almost finished rack of pork should be brushed with the sauce during the last stages of cooking, producing a “wet” rib. Personally, I tend to favor the wet side of the discussion, although, I must admit that, for atmosphere and history, the Rendezvous can’t be beat. They also make some mighty fine red beans and rice!

    the Grit

    Well heckfire, Grit – why don’t you do a post about this establishment, complete with tantalizing pictures?
    WC

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