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    CrazyJoe14

    [21]Feb 1, 2006
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    Darth-Revan45 wrote:
    Ive seen every episode in syndication and the first one I saw was..... I dont rember the name but it was the one with the PBS Fundraiser and George being given the finger.


    the pledge drive....hellllo!
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    sluggmunki_tx

    [22]Feb 1, 2006
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    George: No one gives up the finger. We're Yankees.
    Elaine: Mr. Pitt eats his Snickers bar with a knife and fork.
    Jerry: You told Nana to drop dead!
    Kramer: She knew what she was doing.

    That episode is funny.
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    PuffyShirt

    [23]Feb 13, 2006
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    i would like to think that i have but i probably have not,but i do own all the dvds out and plan on buying the rest of the series when possible
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    ryflyguy

    [24]Mar 7, 2006
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    I have seen every episode from seasons 1-6, I have all of the DVD's. I watch 2 every morning.
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    UTtitans1

    [25]Mar 8, 2006
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    i've seen every episode at least 3 times
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    bkl63

    [26]Mar 22, 2006
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    The only thing about seeing them in "Reruns" is that some episodes, in their original showings, were actually over a 1/2 hour to and you only see the 30 min edit today. I don't have the DVD's so I don't know if they show the longer cuts their or not. Occasionally they ran 45 min episodes of Seinfeld and Will and Grace.
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    alldat

    [27]Mar 23, 2006
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    I've seen them all, my favorites were the later seasons which haven't come out yet on dvd, they were to crazy! Like...

    Kramer to Mikey in 'the burning': "I gave you gonorreah because I THOUGHT you would have fun with it"

    CLASSIC!
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    geoellis2

    [28]Mar 27, 2006
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    Seen every episode at least three times, but the pilot, good news bad news, only once. And I have never seen that compilation thing that Jerry did a couple of years ago. Some of my favorites are; The Chicken Roaster, The Rickshaw,
    The Glasses, and everything from season 3. That is when they were really in their prime, pushing the envelope on sitcom plots each week.
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    LouLou1355

    [29]Mar 31, 2006
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    I wish... I plan on buying the DVDs!
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    shnooogen

    [30]Apr 22, 2006
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    i think ive seen all of the episodes, i dont know all of them by name but within 30 seconds i can tell what the show is about.
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    jimbo_001

    [31]May 8, 2006
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    Not even close to seeing them all but I've seen a couple twice (Soup Nazi three times)
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    sienster

    [32]Aug 9, 2007
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    I think I've seen every episode at least twice and many more than 3 or 4 times. I hate to say it, but my Seinfeld watching days are numbered. I mean, you can only watch so much before you get tired of seeing the same episodes. Plus, where I live, there are 3 on a day. I will probably take a break and start watching them again in 5 or 10 years.
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    xblackxparadex

    [33]Aug 18, 2007
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    i have seen every episode except half the puerto rican day parade

    multiple times
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    DonGorskeFan

    [34]Aug 22, 2007
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    all of them from seasons 1-8. Seen most of 9 except a few.
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    ramsfan920

    [35]Aug 23, 2007
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    geoellis2 wrote:
    Seen every episode at least three times, but the pilot, good news bad news, only once. And I have never seen that compilation thing that Jerry did a couple of years ago. Some of my favorites are; The Chicken Roaster, The Rickshaw,
    The Glasses, and everything from season 3. That is when they were really in their prime, pushing the envelope on sitcom plots each week.

    The Glasses isn't from season 3 it's from season 5 and the rickshaw isn't an actual episode name lol....I've seen every episode in syndication at least 3-5 times...some i've seen 10-15 times already lol but usually only the ones I really like cause I be sure to watch them whenver they are on lol....I wish they would replay the puerto rican day....only episode I've never seen....but I guess I can see it when it comes out on dvd
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    sienster

    [36]Oct 19, 2007
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    Yeah, I only remember seeing the Puerto Rican day one once or twice. I wonder why that is? Is there something controversial about it. Usually Fox shows the episodes in order and they always skip it!
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    usagisakura

    [37]Oct 25, 2007
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    I have seen every episode at least once. Some I caught in syndication. I started watching the 1st run episodes on NBC during the 94-95 season. I've seen The Puerto Rican Day twice; once when NBC aired it and another time in around 2002 when my UPN affilate ran the episode once and hasn't shown it since.
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    seinfeld111690

    [38]Oct 26, 2007
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    sienster wrote:
    Yeah, I only remember seeing the Puerto Rican day one once or twice. I wonder why that is? Is there something controversial about it. Usually Fox shows the episodes in order and they always skip it!


    Nothing offensive about it to me, but people complained because they showed the Puerto Rican flag burning in the episode. I think it was Kramer, who was holding the burning flag, not sure, though.

    I have not seen that episode in almost two years, its really ashame they do not show it in syndication anymore, because it was a very funny episode, in my opinion.
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    sienster

    [39]Oct 29, 2007
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    Couldn't they edit that out, it's not like it's crucial to the plot, is it? I barely even remember it.
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    Cube_of_MooN

    [40]Nov 2, 2007
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    I've seen them all except one or two I think.
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