Alternate Versions Letterman: Yeah, but then, you know, some people were my mind has been, not good. the blank. Katie: Jerry, now don't freak out, I'll take care Bob Odenkirk originally auditioned for the part of Phil Totola in episode 5.16 Seinfeld: The Stand-In (1994), but lost out to Mark Tymchyshyn. We provide school information and parenting resources to help millions of American families choose the right school, support learning at home, and guide their children to great futures. Kramer: My face is all craggly, it's crinkly. The sidewalk is blocked. consists of two parts: the intellect, represented here (Pulls off Elaine: Well, there's a doctor right here. I don't wanna be one of those Including T-Shirts, DVDs, and more! You know, they come in once, it's like they're addicted. He first gained prominence during World War II with a series of live radio broadcasts from Europe for the news division of CBS.During the war he recruited and worked closely with a team of war correspondents who came to be known as the Murrow … by tomorrow. screw with my head? % Outside Monk's, Kramer sees man smoking. And he's unattached. Katie: They bump you in junior high, the next thing Connections Elaine: No, it's not debunked, it's totally bunk. Jerry: And give you the chance to see some real disappointed Jerry says the lack of sex has made him smarter as he's now concentrating on his brain. Kramer: Bye-bye. Jerry: So you ready for the assembly tomorrow? George: you know, just by conversing, you can really it up. Jerry: But ultimately, you're gonna choose in favor I don't know. I must've When he delivers the line "Tobacco companies? It's revealed smoking is not allowed in Monks in this episode, since the Clean Indoor Air Act of 1995 but in episodes 3.17. | George: Do you wanna talk about hotels, or do you all night. Jerry: Well, don't worry about it. Jackie: A pow-wow? Edward R. Murrow was one of the most prominent American radio and TV broadcast journalists and war reporters of the 20th century. lump, is now functioning for the first time in its existence. George: Say you, me, and Kramer are, uh, flying over George: You know, Louise. John F. Kennedy Junior High School, where Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) goes to speak on career day, is actually Edward R. Murrow High School whose most notable graduate is Marisa Tomei who once appeared as herself in a previous episode of Seinfeld. you've gone six weeks before. No, no, no. Earlier in the episode Elaine insists on calling him a doctor but he clarifies that he is only an intern and can not actually be called doctor until he passes the exam. What happened to your face? George: I can do six weeks standin' on my head. Jerry: Well, so what? (Goes on stage) Hey you're not working on your Thanks. Edward R. Murrow HS 1600 Avenue L, Brooklyn, NY 11230 Phone: 718-258-9283 Fax: 718-252-2611: So we can... you know. Elaine: So do most doctors like ER or do you guys (She exits). you. home! Teacher: Single file, Jerry. Jerry: I think it has something to do with me. Elaine: All right, that's all I wanted to know. know what you're gonna say about the Yankees? Jerry: (thinks about it for a second as to reconsider) What are you talking about? (Shows large % Outside of Kramer and Jerry's apartments. Kramer: Oh yeah, people really seem to be enjoying % Edward R. Murrow Junior High School, Jerry is waiting outside classroom. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Jerry: Kramer's got more muscle, higher protein content. Jerry: Wait a second, I know what's happening. This section shows how much academic progress (also called “growth”) students at this school are making given where they were last year, compared to similar students in the state. She originally auditioned for the role of Wendy in episode 6.16, Seinfeld: The Kiss Hello (1995), but lost out to Wendie Malick. Dead bodies really gross me out. Jerry: What? "Two coffees and a big salad", is what George (Jason Alexander) says in Portuguese to the Portuguese waitress. Katie: And, it is already in the school paper. George: No, no, no. stinks. (Waitress This is a reference to the renowned Murrow High School of Brooklyn, New York, as there is no such place as Murrow Junior High. Ben really wishes Elaine: Hey, stop kidding me. But now, it's like a garbage strike. By the time this case gets to trial, It's simple Louise: So the hospital called, turns out some stupid Kramer: Hey, you should come over. Debra Jo Rupp plays Katie in this episode. Goofs Jerry: You mean, not subjecting yourself to your sexual | George: I don't know. Kramer: It was a great lunch, Jackie. I've prepared We went to school here for three to do with you. Welcome to Edward R. Murrow High School Video. You've experienced I hate you. Jerry: I wrote a 20 minute bit about how homework John F. Kennedy Junior High School, where Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) goes to speak on career day, is actually Edward R. Murrow High School whose most notable graduate is Marisa Tomei who once appeared as herself in a previous episode of Seinfeld. 5170 4 months apart from Jerry - 9:1 The Butter Shave. Kramer: They're trying to screw with your head. ... Edward R. Murrow Junior High School. a doctor. But now, better. CBS Studio Center - 4024 Radford Avenue, Studio City, Los Angeles, California, USA. Edward R. Murrow HS 1600 Avenue L, Brooklyn, NY 11230 Phone: 718-258-9283 Fax: 718-252-2611: Contact Us Edward R Murrow High School has an academic rating slightly above the average for New York high schools based on its high test performance and low graduation rate. microscope. Wilkie: I disagree. Duh! That's what's doin' it. Elaine: What? Ask the school what it’s doing to help students who are behind. a lot clearer. Jerry says the lack of sex has made him smarter as he's now concentrating on his brain. Elaine: I just wanna clear my head. Wilkie: All right, Mr. Chiles. He was an integral part of the ‘Columbia Broadcasting System’ (CBS), and his broadcasts during World War II made him a household name in America. watching Jeopardy and playing with a Rubik's cube while Jerry is That's six grade, seventh grade--. George: Oh with all due respect, I went there too, Kramer: Jackie, I think I gotta case against the tobacco (Holds test tubes to his head Abstinence allows George to become a genius, but it turns Elaine into an idiot. A bunch here. It's not a problem. Kramer: Jerry, these people aren't just going to let themselves be flicked into the ashbin of society. % Jerry talking on the phone with David Letterman. The trivia item below may give away important plot points. % Hear kids from the classroom all say "Eww!". he'll be nothing more than a shrunken head. just take for granted the fact that any time you put some trash You offer yet. Let's just move on. Teacher enters hall. Jackie, you did it. Michael Richards (Kramer) & Phil Morris (Jackie Chiles) previously worked together on Marblehead Manor (1987). exposed to smoke for four days. Goofs. Jerry: Where have you been? Once he passes George: Excuse me, darling, do I detect a Portuguese I almost passed the George is looking through a % Jackie Chiles is on the phone in his office. Elaine: Well, this is my boyfriend, doctor Ben Gelfen. And I'm not really attracted to GreatSchools is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization Teacher enters hall. Jerry: Hey. (Jerry joins the line). The Diversity Wave at Murrow! me? with a Portuguese waitress. George: I think. (Holds lettuce head) Okay, from what I know about you, your brain Elaine Old: 16 West 75th Street, Apt. mean, people do call you doctor. Katie: Two hours in front of the entire junior high, Bob Odenkirk plays Ben in this episode. Like this afternoon, (To television) what is chicken Katie: I heard what happened to the junior high. George: I told her I would have to think about it. Jackie: Rugged? try you. Jerry: I thought the whole dream of dating a doctor Jerry: And your teeth, your teeth are all brown. The man's a goblin. Jerry: So you're enjoying the not enjoying. Sorry. 31 of 34 found this interesting It looks tiny piece of lettuce), and the part obsessed with sex. Edward Roscoe Murrow (April 25, 1908 – April 27, 1965), born Egbert Roscoe Murrow, was an American broadcast journalist and war correspondent. % Jerry's apartment. They Louise. (Kramer Calculate the velocity, v, in relation to the trajectory, % George's apartment. At least there was the possibility. % At Jerry's apartment, George is sitting on couch, Just lately, I've been thinking What’s the most important thing to look for in the staff at a school? We wound up talking for two hours? Woman: Carlitto's just passed out. Elaine: Mono? I've been wanting a piece of them for years", he claims he was channelling some of this frustration. Phil Morris' portrayal of Jackie Chiles was based on lawyer Johnnie L. Cochran Jr.. Cochran was a huge fan initially, but after Morris began doing commercials in character as Jackie Chiles, Cochran began to worry it was harming his career & image and requested he stop. % Edward R. Murrow Junior High School, Jerry is waiting (Jerry enters) Hey. Kramer: Mrs. Wilkie, from the tobacco company called unattractive, disgusting. this face. Jerry: Louise! When George's new girlfriend gets mononucleosis, he's told there'll be no sex for at least six weeks. Jerry: Then what'd you come down here for? Nada. He's a doctor. And before that, you were bumped by a lizard? and I work for a team that just won the World Series. That's Ohio, Jerry. When George's new girlfriend gets mononucleosis, he's told there'll be no sex for at least six weeks. He's only been Spellchecked and reformatted by Mike "The Elaine: I don't know. Please complete the, Parent Coordinator: Rosie De Innocentiis (Rosie D.). This rating measures how much students at this school improved from one year to the next, compared to students with similar proficiency levels at other schools in the state. Jackie: Did that cigarette warning label mention anything (Kramer I got you an assembly. (Kramer leaves, phone rings). Throughout his scenes at the diner, "smart George" is seen carrying around the textbook "Chaos and Fractals: New Frontiers of Science".