||A Little Service
Would Be Nice
George dies as a waitress stabs him due to his constant complaining.
When the waitress was reached for comment she said, "He just
wouldn't shut up. Where's the ketchup, where's the relish,
a steak knife? I just couldn't take it. The weird thing is,
we don't even serve steak."
But George's soul cannot rest because he still has unresolved
issues with the "Jerkstore" guy. In a bizarre haunting George
tracks him down and says, "Oh yeah, well I slept with your dead
wife." To which he replied, "Hey look everybody it's Casper."
I guess George will never get out of purgatory.
||I'll Be Seeing
In the final production of the Manzier, men with flabby breasts
are able to walk with support. Not only does the support product
for men take off, most men walk shirtless down the street.
After being horrified by the scene, Elaine scoops out her
Even this was not enough as Elaine says, "That image is burned
into my brain forever Jerry. I think I may kill." Soon after
the show's fans were already repeating this Seinfeldism and
it may soon replace "Yada, Yada."
In Kramer's final entrance, he flies through the door a little
too hard and impales his face on the door's eye level doorstop.
Jerry remarks, "Now that's a doorstop." He then proceeds
to do forty-five minutes about, "What's the deal with door stops?"
||Looking for a new career, Murphy Brown has a vision about where she
should work next. "I felt like I had already worked there in a second
life," Murphy said. Murphy has since worked at, "Dine a Minute, Splint,
Dime a Mint, Spline, Spleen, Dyke a Minuet and finally Helen Shapiro."
After her final job change she said,"I'm not quite there, but I know
I'm so close."
||After getting hit on the head
in a wacky, "Bowling Pin," accident, Elden proceeds to paint
Murphy's entire house in Family Circus characters. "I think
my proudest moment was tracing the path where Billy ran. That
little scamp can really move." Also worth mentioning is Elden's
pictorial progression of how the characters change as they get
||Trying to lose her nice girl
image, Corky turns to the streets and resorts to the worlds
oldest profession. Feeling guilty that she wasn't any good,
Corky proceeds to give refunds. But later she was successful
in claiming her "BAD GIRL," title by beating up a girl scout
who got a little too forceful at a local "BLOCKBUSTER VIDEO."
Corky was heard saying, "All I wanted to do was rent `Mother,
Jugs and Speed,' but there she was constantly with the Thin
Mints, and the double creams. I just couldn't take it." Fortunately
the girl scout met her quota selling to diabetics in the E.R.
unit, where she promptly married George Clooney.
Stepping into a strange universe where all the color tint seems
slightly off, Jim confronts Mike Wallace (played by Howdy
wearing Jack Lords hair.) In a
touching moment both long time anchors break their faces when
trying to smile. The director was heard to say, "Trying to get
those fat bastards to smile was impossible. Next time I'll nail
Jell-O to a tree. That should be easier."
|| Miles returns to win back Corky's
love. Instead, he winds up getting his ass caught in a coffee
pot, impregnating the pencil sharpener, and defiling the
all to the tune of "Soul Man," in the opening credits.
|| After the stress finally gets
too her, Kate regresses to her childhood and starts sucking
her thumb. She then blockades herself in her office and merely
rocks in her chair. The last words she was heard to say was,
"'I'm tired and under a lot of stresthphphphphphphph." Fred
the mail guy was heard to say, "Where she found a 10ft high
rocking chair I'll never know. And besides my name is Tom."
|| In a surprise guest starring
role, Gary Coleman plays Murphy's son. When producers were asked
about the move they said, "Look, it's the last show, we needed
as many guest stars as we could get. And besides, you can never
get tired of anyone saying, "What you talking about Murphy?"
Frank Fontana is a crazed Venutian and chases Mork back to where
he met Mindy to annihilate him.