Kramer: It's 3-D art. Computers generate it. Big computers!
Kramer: (on going to the circus) But I'm afraid of clowns.
Kramer: That sex will melt your face.
George: I'm better with the mothers than I am with the daughters.
Jerry: Maybe you should date the mothers.
George: If I could talk to the mothers and have sex with the daughters, then I'd really have something going.
George: I think she finds my stupidity charming.
Jerry: So let me get this straight: you find yourself in the kitchen, you see an éclair, in the receptacle, and you think to yourself, "What the hell, I'll just eat some trash."
George: No, no, no, no, no. It was not trash.
Jerry: Was it in the trash?
Jerry: Then it was trash.
George: It wasn't down in; it was sort of on top.
Jerry: But it was in the cylinder.
George: Above the rim.
Jerry: Adjacent to refuse, is refuse.
George: It was on a magazine, and it still had the doily on.
Jerry: Was it eaten?
George: One little bite.
Jerry: Well, that's garbage.
Jerry: (to George) Well, you, my friend, have crossed the fine line that divides man and bum. You are now a bum.
Jerry: (to George) Knowing you is like going into the jungle: I never know what I'm going to find next, and I'm real scared.
Jerry: (talking to Kramer) Boy you can really talk some trash. I guess that's better than eating it. (looking at George)
Mr Pitt: (doing the Nazi salute that makes him look just like Hitler) And our stock will rise high!
Katya: You may tell jokes, Mr. Jerry Seinfeld, but you are no comedian.
This episode aired on NBC's "Blackout Thursday". The idea was to have each of their Thursday-night sitcoms prominently feature a blackout. While "Friends", "Mad About You" and "Madman of the People" all did, Larry David decided against it.