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Like Kramer, he would often concoct elaborate plots to weasel out of relational, financial, or legal obligations, always with unexpected and negative consequences.
" Elaine asks, to which he replies, "Is it that obvious? There was some decent physical comedy between Jerry and the offscreen canine Farfel, though. Meanwhile, George’s success in the stock market serves as a reminder that it's more enjoyable to see him lose than win. But the first-ever scene between Jerry and Kramer in the former's apartment is compelling enough to see why NBC brass decided to take a chance on the show.
That’s about all that happens.162) “The Seinfeld Chronicles” (Season 1, Episode 1): As far as pilots go, this is pretty solid.
Even from the beginning you knew they were onto something—even if that something was an inane button joke.163) “The Shower Head” (Season 7, Episode 16): Each of the disparate plotlines (Elaine’s alleged opium addiction, the weak shower head in Jerry’s building, George’s parents moving to Florida) comes across as incomplete and underdeveloped.164) “The Soup” (Season 6, Episode 7): There’s a bit too much of Kenny Bania here, the abysmal redheaded comic who makes jokes about Ovaltine.
Others unfortunately said something he didn’t agree with (you know, you don’t always have to have the same opinion, Jerry) and so were ditched.
Some women were dumped for other women, others are put off by his friends or his friends didn’t like them, and some simply just didn’t work.