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I watched an episode tonight called "Chaperone".

Jerry and Elaine were at a Yankee's game, but Elaine was wearing an Orioles cap. George talked to a very younger Buck (who made a cameo) about changing the jerseys from polyester to cotton, and they did. But in the next game all the jerseys shrunk.

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You JUST saw this episode? For real?

Okay, you may borrow (and by borrow I mean pay me large sums of money) my complete Seinfeld DVD collection. ;)

My entire vocabulary comes from Seinfeld episodes. There is an episode for nearly every event that I come across.

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You JUST saw this episode? For real?

Okay, you may borrow (and by borrow I mean pay me large sums of money) my complete Seinfeld DVD collection. ;)

My entire vocabulary comes from Seinfeld episodes. There is an episode for nearly every event that I come across.

That's my first thought. I guess I need to come to grips with the idea that there are people who can now legally drink who were seven or eight when Seinfeld ended.

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You JUST saw this episode? For real?

Okay, you may borrow (and by borrow I mean pay me large sums of money) my complete Seinfeld DVD collection. ;)

My entire vocabulary comes from Seinfeld episodes. There is an episode for nearly every event that I come across.

I've always been a huge King of Queens guy, but now that I've seen every episode 3 or more times it's time to expand.

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I've always been a huge King of Queens guy, but now that I've seen every episode 3 or more times it's time to expand.

I like King of Queens but it doesn't compare to Seinfeld. I've seen every Seinfeld at least 20 or more times and still turn it on every day at 7PM if I'm home. There is no doubt it was the best show ever!

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