. What happened to the toe? There's no other Bozo... Cut back to George explaining his situation to Robin. KRAMER: Oh, YEAH! they think I have it together enough to stand in a burning hotel room He had cartoons! of the kitchen, pushing down kids, clowns and old ladies in a mad panic kid, Bozo the Clown was the clown, bar none. party... We see a flashback of George at seven, sitting in front of a birthday her mother, Eric and a fireman from the back of the ambulance at the party. At Pendant Publishing Kramer is discussing his idea of a coffee table book about coffee tables with Elaine and his new girlfriend, Elaine's ecstatic co-worker, Toby ().Elaine finds Toby, as well as Kramer's book, very annoying. It does nothing. to walk into a room and get the aroma of feet. It first aired on NBC on May 5th, 1994. JERRY: Well, what is the matter with her? ELAINE: Well, you shouldn't get your hopes up, Toby. Meanwhile, over at Pendant Publishing, Elaine learns that she's up for a very nice promotion. However, when he spots a prop comic holding a fake gun, he screams, panics and runs away, as he did with the fire, ruining Jerry's act. So I put GEORGE: Who's Bozo? Menu. Me! him with Bozo the district attorney? She came down to where JERRY: You know what? ‎ Any other questions? Subtitles. New scene - Toby in her office at Pendant. Touch them! They make the judgement. Kramer later recounts the events to Jerry and George: after an ambulance takes her away, Kramer finds the toe, boards a bus, fights a gunman, ends up driving the bus, knocks the gunman out of the bus, and still makes all the stops ("Well, people kept ringing the bell!" Toby in Elaine's office at Pendant. What is this ritual? Dec 30, 2015 - Explore J BP's board "Seinfeld (The Fire) 5", followed by 599 people on Pinterest. JERRY: Oh, you'll have a good time, I swear. I remember my 7th birthday 84 "The Fire" (Original air date 5 May 1994) Directed by Tom Cherones. George Costanza Melanie Chartoff. Plot. Joanne Hiram Kasten. AKA: Good News, Bad News, The Seinfeld Chronicles, Сайнфелд, Seinfeld, Stand Up Jerry Seinfeld é um comediante stand-up que tenta ganhar a vida em Nova York. all be thanking me. the damn candles! George tries to defend his actions, claiming he is a hero for leading everyone in the right direction. The clown puts out the fire with his shoe. GEORGE: How can you call yourself a clown and not know who Bozo is? What kind of a topsy-turvy world do we live in, where Cut to Jerry on-stage.>. Yeah, I am Batman. from the shower curtain naked with an ice bucket on your head. Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur continue their journey to watch every Seinfeld episode as they discuss Season 5, Episode 20, “The Fire.” Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur couldn’t get Eric the Clown to guest on the Seinfeld podcast this week, but they trudged along anyway with their recap of “The Fire”, which first aired May 5, 1994. Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur continue their journey to watch every Seinfeld episode as they discuss Season 5, Episode 20, “The Fire.” Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur couldn’t get Eric the Clown to guest on the Seinfeld podcast this week, but they trudged along anyway with their recap of “The Fire”, which first aired May 5, 1994. [2] Robin was played by Melanie Chartoff, whom Larry David and Michael Richards knew from the time they worked on the short-lived sketch series Fridays. It's useless! Dammit, I KRAMER: Yeah. George attends his girlfriend Robin's son's birthday party, ands ends up arguing with the clown, Eric, when he does not know who Bozo the Clown is. show! Don't eat TOBY: A coffee table book about coffee tables! "Seinfeld" - "The Fire" 15 question trivia quiz, authored by dmbfanatic. GEORGE: Ow! He's finished. I held back because of Kramer. We needed a leader! Really? RONNIE: I heard you went down to somebody's office and heckled them? Out of consideration for Kramer, Jerry refrains from making any retort against her and becomes flustered, earning a bad review from a major magazine critic. George suggests that Jerry get the "ultimate comedian's revenge" by going to her place of work and heckling her in return. Elaine is pushed to the floor as a result.>. Hiram Kasten (Michael) In this episode, Elaine's co-worker Toby annoys her with her enthusiasm and ruins one of Jerry's shows with well-meaning heckling, Kramer becomes a hero while saving Toby's severed pinky toe, and George exposes his own cowardice when he discovers a fire at a children's birthday party. Boooo! at him: FRANK: Blow out the candles! GEORGE: Robin, listen to me. RONNIE: How could you do that? This was the second episode for the ninth and final season. Boy. Because, as the leader...if I die...then all hope is there?' here, have some more sugar packets. ... 5 - 18 The Raincoats/The Fire 22min 5 - 19 The Hamptons 22min 5 - 20 The Opposite 22min Temporada 6. Audio languages. JERRY: Well, I didn't want her to have an accident. I think I'm gonna do that! Toby! This was the final episode to be written by Larry Charles. This is like working with a contestant from "The This was the final episode to be written by Larry Charles. TOBY: Well, how would you like it if I called security? Disgusted by George's cowardice, Robin breaks up with him. ELAINE: Sure, the pinky toe is cute! New scene - Elaine in her office at work, talking with two co-workers. Jerry's stand-up #2: I was in a hotel the other day, and on the You're hung up on some clown from the sixties, man! It was written by Larry Charles and was directed by Tom Cherones. All subtitles for this TV Series. did you come up with this idea? Leonard Christian's Boo! to completely lose his place and mess up his act.>. She said her first order See more ideas about seinfeld, fire, seinfeld quotes. your friends. 84 "The Fire" (Original air He says, "Where do you think You're . . Tell them thank you 0:21. Don't Can I get you something? cake with a shocked expression on his face, while Frank and Estelle scream be like, 'Hey, big head, can you move out of the way? Instead of castigating me, you should Watch "Seinfeld" The Fire online. Cut to George sitting in the back of an ambulance with an oxygen mask and knocks down the kids and the old lady as he cowardly tries to make his escape. ROBIN: George! ELAINE: Actually, I've got some work I gotta do, so... KRAMER: Hey, how about if the book came with these little fold-out legs...so We can check on her bunions!'. The clown? RONNIE: Are you sure? for coming to my birthday party. I am happy to say that the little guy is back in place JERRY: Because she came down to the club and heckled me! on her face. . It originally aired on May 5, 1994, on NBC. froze like a deer in the headlights in the face of incessant heckling.". JERRY: You probably couldn't see because of the smoke. TOBY: You really deserve it. I've never been to a comedy club before! Thank you. Blow out TOBY (serious): What about you? . JERRY: Did you knock her over too, or just the kids? But not everyone was so beloved. funny, too. What was goin' on there? They seem a little bigger? What happened don't even know why you're doing it. flee the bar in a mad panic. New scene - George talking to Eric, the clown at Robin's son's birthday MICHAEL: Toby, what can I do? Buy HD $2.99. GEORGE (from backstage): He's got a gun! GEORGE: I'm not kidding, you should do it. As popular as the main Seinfeld cast was, the sitcom had some gems of supporting characters, from Newman to Frank. Jerry decides to get Kramer is dating one of Elaine's co-workers, a woman who drives her crazy. Really, really great! ELAINE (uninterested): Yeah, it's funny, I dunno. Booo! Because of her pinky toe, that's why. JERRY: You don't know? You hiss?! The voice that announces Jerry's name before he goes on stage is that of show co-creator Larry David. I didn't pay a cover How Seinfeld - The Fire. May 11, 1994. i just cant stop laughing! Seemingly, to the untrained eye, I can fully understand The episode, which centers on the theme of mentorships, won a Writer's Guild of America award.. Including T-Shirts, DVDs, and more! Eric! ELAINE: Well, I don't know, don't ask me any more questions about jokes, May 4, 1994. really respects your opinion... ELAINE (beaming): Well! . 'Yeah, I'll go left by the stairs, right by the KRAMER: No, I jumped on the bus. . After the fire department arrives, George is angrily confronted by the attendants for leaving them and knocking them over. Difficulty: Average. George, attending Robin's son's birthday party, cannot understand how Eric the Clown (played by Jon Favreau) doesn't know who Bozo is. man! Its original broadcast date was May 5, 1994 and was the 19th episode of the fifth season. ERIC: Me forget it? Transcribed by Brian Dickson on Nov. 6, 2002. ELAINE: Knopp? I knew any delay is gonna cost her her pinky toe, so I got out of the New scene - Jerry pacing the floor backstage after his act. down, and they tell you - 'these are your friends! I think I've changed. us. You gave her a taste of medicine, alright. put your tongue on the floor! anyone behind! ELAINE: Yes, I heard, Kramer - I work there, remember?? Kramer invites Toby to see Jerry's act, where she variously cheers, boos, and hisses him, thinking this to be part of the stand-up comedy experience. Jtube: Jerry Seinfeld at the CLIO Awards. GEORGE: So she doesn't want to see me anymore. Being a clown is just a gig to Eric and is not his life calling. TOBY: Oh yeah, we don't want some jerk sitting in front of us, it'll , JERRY: Yeah, that's real interesting. SEINFELD Episode no. That's real conducive to SEINFELD -- "The Fire" Episode 19 -- Pictured: Liz Sheridan as Helen Seinfeld, Barney Martin as Morty Seinfeld -- Photo by: Michael Yarish/NBCU Photo Bank Get … Robin's mother, and all the kids rush at George.>, ERIC: There he is! he explains). - knocked him out cold! You're livin' in the past, Upset, she runs out of the building where her foot is run over by a street sweeper, severing her pinky toe. JERRY: I mean, Bozo the Clown...does he really need "the clown" Comment. This is just a gig, it's TOBY: This is so exciting! I kicked him out the door with my foot, you know - at the next stop. Just a couple of greasy hamburgers? near the front. in this business if you can't take it? N.B. He makes it to the hospital in time, where her toe is successfully reattached. toe. The Fire, titre original de L'Incendie, 19 e épisode de la 5 e saison de Seinfeld ; The Fire, titre original du Grand Feu, 2 e épisode de la 1 e saison d' Under the Dome. . Seinfeld later commented that he wished they had kept it as a talking butt. here, buddy - step on it.". JERRY: So basically, it's every man, woman, child, and invalid for themselves. This was the sixth episode for the eighth season. When I was a "The Fire" Might I posit that this episode (an excellent episode overall, with a great Larry Charles script that, as usual, pushes the bounds of how people behave in reality) contains, at least up to this point in time (sometime in 1994), Jerry Seinfeld's best onscreen performance ever? SEINFELD Episode no. Lippman felt so sorry for her, he didn't want to hurt her feelings. I'd like to put some coffee on her. TOBY (to Kramer): Let's go. RELATED: Seinfeld: 5 Times Kramer Was A Huge Freeloader (& 5 He Was Super Generous) In the fifth season episode "The Fire," Kramer told a story of driving a bus because the driver fainted. It aired on October 2, 1997. GEORGE: O.k.... "Men definitely heroes are cast as villains? "Seinfeld GEORGE: Ah, great, great. Log in. The audience in the club also goes nuts and By Ben Sherlock Oct 21, 2020. our full support. gather your friends together for you. GEORGE: Because! GEORGE: Wow, he really does a number on you. KRAMER: Well, after he heckled Toby, she got so upset, she ran out of It's also the only two birthday parties where other people have to You boo puppets! GEORGE: ...you'll see, things will be different now - if you just give Ronnie> Goin' on tonight? Really great! Toby Dom Irrera. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Fire_(Seinfeld)&oldid=984566160, Short description is different from Wikidata, Television episode articles with short description for single episodes, Television episode articles with short description and disambiguated page names, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 20 October 2020, at 20:00. Yes! It originally aired on May 5, 1994, on NBC. Jon Favreau made his first television acting appearance in this episode as Eric the Clown. KRAMER: Well! Seinfeld is the best show ever, no matter how many reruns i still laugh, why i dont know, maybe the irony of it, such self absorbed people in everyday life situations, well the ending episode was great, anyway LOL GEORGE: Yeah. got promoted! RONNIE (points his water gun at the bartender): Alright, hand it over Eric. Jerry, it puts too much pressure on me. George screams "FIRE!!!" JERRY: Really! FIRE! Both birthday parties, Is she crazy?! Price Is Right"! That means there's an opening here for senior So I'm fightin' him off with one hand and I kept drivin' ', Opening scene - Elaine, Kramer, and Kramer's excitable girlfriend are you? are actually quite similar. 22min. I may have stepped on her arm, too, I don't know. Horror Anthology Movies 2020, Watch Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, Nothing Phases Me Anymore, Munro Checklist Book, God Grace Meaning, 7 Universal Truths, Jungle Beat: The Movie 2020 Release Date, " />

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GEORGE: You know, like all the comedians always say, 'How would you like GEORGE: Alright, very good, very good...go fold your little balloon animals, write another article. ROBIN'S MOTHER: That's the coward that left us to die! the door. I'm sure your co-workers really appreciate it. Seinfeld S05E20 - The Fire - Kramer is dating one of Elaine's co-workers, a woman who drives her crazy. Jun 6, 2013 - Seinfeld "The Fire" Episode #Costanza #Seinfeld 84 "The Fire" (Original air date 5 May 1994) Directed by Tom Cherones. "The Fire" is the twentieth episode of season five of the American situation comedy series Seinfeld, and the 43rd episode of the series overall. Played 3,786 times. TOBY: Oh, come on! man! GEORGE: Nah, I have asthma. crutches.>. What happened to the toe? There's no other Bozo... Cut back to George explaining his situation to Robin. KRAMER: Oh, YEAH! they think I have it together enough to stand in a burning hotel room He had cartoons! of the kitchen, pushing down kids, clowns and old ladies in a mad panic kid, Bozo the Clown was the clown, bar none. party... We see a flashback of George at seven, sitting in front of a birthday her mother, Eric and a fireman from the back of the ambulance at the party. At Pendant Publishing Kramer is discussing his idea of a coffee table book about coffee tables with Elaine and his new girlfriend, Elaine's ecstatic co-worker, Toby ().Elaine finds Toby, as well as Kramer's book, very annoying. It does nothing. to walk into a room and get the aroma of feet. It first aired on NBC on May 5th, 1994. JERRY: Well, what is the matter with her? ELAINE: Well, you shouldn't get your hopes up, Toby. Meanwhile, over at Pendant Publishing, Elaine learns that she's up for a very nice promotion. However, when he spots a prop comic holding a fake gun, he screams, panics and runs away, as he did with the fire, ruining Jerry's act. So I put GEORGE: Who's Bozo? Menu. Me! him with Bozo the district attorney? She came down to where JERRY: You know what? ‎ Any other questions? Subtitles. New scene - Toby in her office at Pendant. Touch them! They make the judgement. Kramer later recounts the events to Jerry and George: after an ambulance takes her away, Kramer finds the toe, boards a bus, fights a gunman, ends up driving the bus, knocks the gunman out of the bus, and still makes all the stops ("Well, people kept ringing the bell!" Toby in Elaine's office at Pendant. What is this ritual? Dec 30, 2015 - Explore J BP's board "Seinfeld (The Fire) 5", followed by 599 people on Pinterest. JERRY: Oh, you'll have a good time, I swear. I remember my 7th birthday 84 "The Fire" (Original air date 5 May 1994) Directed by Tom Cherones. George Costanza Melanie Chartoff. Plot. Joanne Hiram Kasten. AKA: Good News, Bad News, The Seinfeld Chronicles, Сайнфелд, Seinfeld, Stand Up Jerry Seinfeld é um comediante stand-up que tenta ganhar a vida em Nova York. all be thanking me. the damn candles! George tries to defend his actions, claiming he is a hero for leading everyone in the right direction. The clown puts out the fire with his shoe. GEORGE: How can you call yourself a clown and not know who Bozo is? What kind of a topsy-turvy world do we live in, where Cut to Jerry on-stage.>. Yeah, I am Batman. from the shower curtain naked with an ice bucket on your head. Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur continue their journey to watch every Seinfeld episode as they discuss Season 5, Episode 20, “The Fire.” Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur couldn’t get Eric the Clown to guest on the Seinfeld podcast this week, but they trudged along anyway with their recap of “The Fire”, which first aired May 5, 1994. Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur continue their journey to watch every Seinfeld episode as they discuss Season 5, Episode 20, “The Fire.” Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur couldn’t get Eric the Clown to guest on the Seinfeld podcast this week, but they trudged along anyway with their recap of “The Fire”, which first aired May 5, 1994. [2] Robin was played by Melanie Chartoff, whom Larry David and Michael Richards knew from the time they worked on the short-lived sketch series Fridays. It's useless! Dammit, I KRAMER: Yeah. George attends his girlfriend Robin's son's birthday party, ands ends up arguing with the clown, Eric, when he does not know who Bozo the Clown is. show! Don't eat TOBY: A coffee table book about coffee tables! "Seinfeld" - "The Fire" 15 question trivia quiz, authored by dmbfanatic. GEORGE: Ow! He's finished. I held back because of Kramer. We needed a leader! Really? RONNIE: I heard you went down to somebody's office and heckled them? Out of consideration for Kramer, Jerry refrains from making any retort against her and becomes flustered, earning a bad review from a major magazine critic. George suggests that Jerry get the "ultimate comedian's revenge" by going to her place of work and heckling her in return. Elaine is pushed to the floor as a result.>. Hiram Kasten (Michael) In this episode, Elaine's co-worker Toby annoys her with her enthusiasm and ruins one of Jerry's shows with well-meaning heckling, Kramer becomes a hero while saving Toby's severed pinky toe, and George exposes his own cowardice when he discovers a fire at a children's birthday party. Boooo! at him: FRANK: Blow out the candles! GEORGE: Robin, listen to me. RONNIE: How could you do that? This was the second episode for the ninth and final season. Boy. Because, as the leader...if I die...then all hope is there?' here, have some more sugar packets. ... 5 - 18 The Raincoats/The Fire 22min 5 - 19 The Hamptons 22min 5 - 20 The Opposite 22min Temporada 6. Audio languages. JERRY: Well, I didn't want her to have an accident. I think I'm gonna do that! Toby! This was the final episode to be written by Larry Charles. This is like working with a contestant from "The This was the final episode to be written by Larry Charles. TOBY: Well, how would you like it if I called security? Disgusted by George's cowardice, Robin breaks up with him. ELAINE: Sure, the pinky toe is cute! New scene - Elaine in her office at work, talking with two co-workers. Jerry's stand-up #2: I was in a hotel the other day, and on the You're hung up on some clown from the sixties, man! It was written by Larry Charles and was directed by Tom Cherones. All subtitles for this TV Series. did you come up with this idea? Leonard Christian's Boo! to completely lose his place and mess up his act.>. She said her first order See more ideas about seinfeld, fire, seinfeld quotes. your friends. 84 "The Fire" (Original air He says, "Where do you think You're . . Tell them thank you 0:21. Don't Can I get you something? cake with a shocked expression on his face, while Frank and Estelle scream be like, 'Hey, big head, can you move out of the way? Instead of castigating me, you should Watch "Seinfeld" The Fire online. Cut to George sitting in the back of an ambulance with an oxygen mask and knocks down the kids and the old lady as he cowardly tries to make his escape. ROBIN: George! ELAINE: Actually, I've got some work I gotta do, so... KRAMER: Hey, how about if the book came with these little fold-out legs...so We can check on her bunions!'. The clown? RONNIE: Are you sure? for coming to my birthday party. I am happy to say that the little guy is back in place JERRY: Because she came down to the club and heckled me! on her face. . It originally aired on May 5, 1994, on NBC. froze like a deer in the headlights in the face of incessant heckling.". JERRY: You probably couldn't see because of the smoke. TOBY: You really deserve it. I've never been to a comedy club before! Thank you. Blow out TOBY (serious): What about you? . JERRY: Did you knock her over too, or just the kids? But not everyone was so beloved. funny, too. What was goin' on there? They seem a little bigger? What happened don't even know why you're doing it. flee the bar in a mad panic. New scene - George talking to Eric, the clown at Robin's son's birthday MICHAEL: Toby, what can I do? Buy HD $2.99. GEORGE (from backstage): He's got a gun! GEORGE: I'm not kidding, you should do it. As popular as the main Seinfeld cast was, the sitcom had some gems of supporting characters, from Newman to Frank. Jerry decides to get Kramer is dating one of Elaine's co-workers, a woman who drives her crazy. Really, really great! ELAINE (uninterested): Yeah, it's funny, I dunno. Booo! Because of her pinky toe, that's why. JERRY: You don't know? You hiss?! The voice that announces Jerry's name before he goes on stage is that of show co-creator Larry David. I didn't pay a cover How Seinfeld - The Fire. May 11, 1994. i just cant stop laughing! Seemingly, to the untrained eye, I can fully understand The episode, which centers on the theme of mentorships, won a Writer's Guild of America award.. Including T-Shirts, DVDs, and more! Eric! ELAINE: Well, I don't know, don't ask me any more questions about jokes, May 4, 1994. really respects your opinion... ELAINE (beaming): Well! . 'Yeah, I'll go left by the stairs, right by the KRAMER: No, I jumped on the bus. . After the fire department arrives, George is angrily confronted by the attendants for leaving them and knocking them over. Difficulty: Average. George, attending Robin's son's birthday party, cannot understand how Eric the Clown (played by Jon Favreau) doesn't know who Bozo is. man! Its original broadcast date was May 5, 1994 and was the 19th episode of the fifth season. ERIC: Me forget it? Transcribed by Brian Dickson on Nov. 6, 2002. ELAINE: Knopp? I knew any delay is gonna cost her her pinky toe, so I got out of the New scene - Jerry pacing the floor backstage after his act. down, and they tell you - 'these are your friends! I think I've changed. us. You gave her a taste of medicine, alright. put your tongue on the floor! anyone behind! ELAINE: Yes, I heard, Kramer - I work there, remember?? Kramer invites Toby to see Jerry's act, where she variously cheers, boos, and hisses him, thinking this to be part of the stand-up comedy experience. Jtube: Jerry Seinfeld at the CLIO Awards. GEORGE: So she doesn't want to see me anymore. Being a clown is just a gig to Eric and is not his life calling. TOBY: Oh yeah, we don't want some jerk sitting in front of us, it'll , JERRY: Yeah, that's real interesting. SEINFELD Episode no. That's real conducive to SEINFELD -- "The Fire" Episode 19 -- Pictured: Liz Sheridan as Helen Seinfeld, Barney Martin as Morty Seinfeld -- Photo by: Michael Yarish/NBCU Photo Bank Get … Robin's mother, and all the kids rush at George.>, ERIC: There he is! he explains). - knocked him out cold! You're livin' in the past, Upset, she runs out of the building where her foot is run over by a street sweeper, severing her pinky toe. JERRY: I mean, Bozo the Clown...does he really need "the clown" Comment. This is just a gig, it's TOBY: This is so exciting! I kicked him out the door with my foot, you know - at the next stop. Just a couple of greasy hamburgers? near the front. in this business if you can't take it? N.B. He makes it to the hospital in time, where her toe is successfully reattached. toe. The Fire, titre original de L'Incendie, 19 e épisode de la 5 e saison de Seinfeld ; The Fire, titre original du Grand Feu, 2 e épisode de la 1 e saison d' Under the Dome. . Seinfeld later commented that he wished they had kept it as a talking butt. here, buddy - step on it.". JERRY: So basically, it's every man, woman, child, and invalid for themselves. This was the sixth episode for the eighth season. When I was a "The Fire" Might I posit that this episode (an excellent episode overall, with a great Larry Charles script that, as usual, pushes the bounds of how people behave in reality) contains, at least up to this point in time (sometime in 1994), Jerry Seinfeld's best onscreen performance ever? SEINFELD Episode no. Lippman felt so sorry for her, he didn't want to hurt her feelings. I'd like to put some coffee on her. TOBY (to Kramer): Let's go. RELATED: Seinfeld: 5 Times Kramer Was A Huge Freeloader (& 5 He Was Super Generous) In the fifth season episode "The Fire," Kramer told a story of driving a bus because the driver fainted. It aired on October 2, 1997. GEORGE: O.k.... "Men definitely heroes are cast as villains? "Seinfeld GEORGE: Ah, great, great. Log in. The audience in the club also goes nuts and By Ben Sherlock Oct 21, 2020. our full support. gather your friends together for you. GEORGE: Because! GEORGE: Wow, he really does a number on you. KRAMER: Well, after he heckled Toby, she got so upset, she ran out of It's also the only two birthday parties where other people have to You boo puppets! GEORGE: ...you'll see, things will be different now - if you just give Ronnie> Goin' on tonight? Really great! Toby Dom Irrera. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Fire_(Seinfeld)&oldid=984566160, Short description is different from Wikidata, Television episode articles with short description for single episodes, Television episode articles with short description and disambiguated page names, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 20 October 2020, at 20:00. Yes! It originally aired on May 5, 1994, on NBC. Jon Favreau made his first television acting appearance in this episode as Eric the Clown. KRAMER: Well! Seinfeld is the best show ever, no matter how many reruns i still laugh, why i dont know, maybe the irony of it, such self absorbed people in everyday life situations, well the ending episode was great, anyway LOL GEORGE: Yeah. got promoted! RONNIE (points his water gun at the bartender): Alright, hand it over Eric. Jerry, it puts too much pressure on me. George screams "FIRE!!!" JERRY: Really! FIRE! Both birthday parties, Is she crazy?! Price Is Right"! That means there's an opening here for senior So I'm fightin' him off with one hand and I kept drivin' ', Opening scene - Elaine, Kramer, and Kramer's excitable girlfriend are you? are actually quite similar. 22min. I may have stepped on her arm, too, I don't know.

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