He yells to Jerry, "You suck! Originally called The Seinfeld Chronicles, the series' name was shortened to Seinfeld after the pilot to avoid confusion with another sitcom called The Marshall Chronicles. Meanwhile, Kramer convinces Jerry to pirate cable television to watch the Mets home games. A Seasons 1 and 2 DVD box set was released by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in the United States and Canada on November 23, 2004, 13 years after it completed broadcast on television. George is excited, because he finds the baby shower to be the perfect opportunity to "tell off" the woman who gave him "unequivocally, the worst date of [his] life" by pouring Bosco chocolate sauce on his red shirt. The previous season was still funny but you did notice a dropoff from the previous 5 seasons. The season culminates in the highly rated two-part finale, which boasts an illustrious gathering of some of the show’s most memorable guest stars including Larry Thomas (Soup Nazi), Wendel Meldrum (Low-Talker), Golden Globe® Award-winner Teri Hatcher, TV journalist Geraldo Rive [9] Therefore, Knight was re-cast in the role of Newman for the season 3 episode "The Suicide". [8] Before this scene was cut, William Thomas, Jr. had been cast for the part. This finale exemplified those qualities for which the show would soon be known. How do you think the producers of "ER" (10 p.m. Thursday, Ch. Ask questions and download or stream the entire soundtrack on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, & Amazon. Looking for a great gift idea for the holidays? When Poppie is seen asking for some salt for his soup, Yev Kassem does his "No Soup for You" gesture and takes away his soup and spoon. Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer hope that Jackie Chiles would get them acquitted. Officer Vogel shows Kramer's video and Howie, the overweight victim, tells his story as the trial. This is a collection of the best scenes from the second season of Seinfeld. Seinfeld The Finale (Part 2) | Season 9 | Episode 24 | 10 Peach Jackie Chiles tries to defend the indefensible when Jerry, George, Kramer and Elaine go on trial for violating a Good Samaritan Law, as witnesses are called to testify to the gang's lack of character. Series co-creators David and Jerry Seinfeld wrote eight of the season's episodes. Surprised by its low rent, Jerry immediately tells Elaine that he will be able to get her the apartment. Director Jerry Seinfeld stars as a stand-up comedian whose life in New York City is made even more chaotic by his quirky group of friends who join him in wrestling with life's most perplexing, yet often trivial questions. 4) feel about following "Seinfeld" for their season finale? Watch Seinfeld Season 2. Jerry wears his new jacket when he and George meet Elaine's father. Mabel Choate, Justin Pitt, Marla Penny, Marcelino, Joe Bookman, and some other people are in the halls of the courthouse. https://seinfeld.fandom.com/wiki/The_Finale,_Part_2?oldid=28554. Frank tries to wake up Estelle from her fainting so that they can beat the traffic as Uncle Leo comforts Babs in the background. [7] Herschfield stated that when Lesser had auditioned it was clear that he was the right actor for the part. [3] The same episode introduced Jerry's uncle Leo, portrayed by Len Lesser, who was known for his acting in gangster films such as The Outlaw Josey Wales and Kelly's Heroes. Before she can hear the messages, he and Jerry plan to go into her apartment and switch the tape on her answering machine. "[20] The replacement episode called "The Phone Message" was written by David and Seinfeld in two days. 180 On the other, it … [17], The start of season two received poor ratings, prompting NBC to put the show on hiatus for two months. Jerry receives some of his grandfather's old possessions. As the four are led to their jail cell, Jerry and George talk about their first words about a button in George's shirt that was mentioned in "The Seinfeld Chronicles". [8] Joseph P. Kahn, a critic for the Wilmington Morning Star, praised the writing and acting of the season premiere and stated, "One safe prediction, Seinfeld will be here for a good long run this time around. [10], Castle Rock Entertainment produced Seinfeld, and the show was distributed by Columbia Pictures Television and Columbia TriStar Television. [13], Starting with the season premiere, filming of the show moved from Desilu Cahuenga, in Hollywood, California,[14] to CBS Studio Center, in Studio City, Los Angeles, California. When he goes there, Jerry forms a relationship with Marlene. Character witnesses are called from the show's nine seasons, and the four are sentenced to a year in prison. Everyone else is seen killing time in different ways: The next day, it is determined that the gang is guilty and will spend a year in jail. When the Russian cable providers show up, they ruin the shower. The season comprised 12 episodes, and concluded its initial airing on June 26, 1991. Jerry wants to end the agreement, but Elaine admits that she wants a full-fledged relationship and can no longer conform to the established rules. At the Latham District County Court, the trial is attended by Jerry's parents Morty and Helen Seinfeld, George's parents Frank and Estelle Costanza, Newman, Uncle Leo, Babs Kramer, Jacopo Peterman, David Puddy, Mickey Abbott, Kenny Bania, Susan Ross' parents Mr. Henry Ross and Mrs. Ross, Rabbi Glickman, Matt Wilheim, George Steinbrenner, Jay Crespi, Stu Chermak, and Keith Hernandez and is presided over by Arthur Vandelay (George smirks at his name since he has used that alias very frequently in the past). At an aunt's dinner, Jerry makes an off-color remark ("I hate anyone who ever had a pony when they were growing up! Jerry promises that George can have it, but leaves it in his apartment for a few days. This is the opening and closing credits and theme song from season 2 of the hit show "Seinfeld." It introduced a number of characters who played significant roles in later episodes, such as Jerry's Uncle Leo and Jerry's neighbor Newman. It is also the twenty-third episode of the ninth and final season of Seinfeld, and the 180th overall. Picking up where Part 1 left off, the New York Four are arrested for making fun of, and videotaping, a robbery and doing nothing to help the victim. This episode first aired on May 14, 1998. George later learns that she had already heard the messages and found them funny, adding that she "loves jokes like that". Check out our complete Seinfeld Gift Guide right now! Estelle enters Judge Vandelay's office in order to get him to reduce the punishment for her son by doing something for him. [15] During its 1991 Program awards, Entertainment Weekly ranked Seinfeld second place in the "Program of the year" category, behind Roseanne. After they are repeatedly told that they will receive a table in "5, 10 minutes", Elaine mentions that she is so hungry, she would eat food off of another patron's plate. After learning that she is going to be late in coming, Jerry and George are left alone to have an uncomfortable conversation with her father. prev NBC lends the foursome a jet to use before they have to move to California … The episode "The Pony Remark" featured the second appearance of Helen and Morty Seinfeld, both of whom had previously appeared in the season 1 episode "The Stake Out". Later, he discovers that she was out of town. [17] Additionally, the episode would have revealed Kramer's first name as "Conrad";[18] his name was instead revealed as "Cosmo" in the season six episode "The Switch". You can see Julia Louis-Dreyfus [...] develop Elaine from a puffy-haired gal pal (who wasn't in the pilot) into a delightfully petty urbanite. It was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, with the latter starring as a fictionalized version of himself. The Finale (2) Summary S09E24 The Finale (2) Summary In part two of the finale, several character witnesses are called to the stand in George, Elaine, Jerry, and Kramer's trial. Writer(s) It was written by Larry David and was directed by Andy Ackerman. [3] Martin was unaware that another actor had already established the part. Four million copies of the DVD were sold by the end of the year, making it one of the best-selling DVDs of all time. Yev Kassem is seen outside a building serving some of his soup to Babu Bhatt, Robin, Mr. Lippman, and Poppie. Excited at first, Jerry later realizes how intrusive Elaine might become. When you go back and watch the first season of Seinfeld, it’s pretty clear that the show hadn’t quite found its voice yet. [11] Tom Cherones directed all episodes of the season. Elaine and Jerry renew their sexual relationship after viewing a soft-core pornographic film, but to protect their friendship, they establish boundaries for future escapades. The following characters testify against the Gang when called to the stand by District Attorney Hoyt in order of appearance: There were also others who testified in deleted scenes: Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Much to the disgust of Elaine, he hesitates on whether to go to her funeral or to a championship softball game. [17][21] The table reading of the episode was held on December 12, 1990. While shopping with Elaine, Jerry buys an expensive suede jacket. It aired on NBC May 14, 1998 to an audience of 76 million viewers. [20] Sets for the episode were built, and Bobbi Jo Lathan was cast as flight attendant Lucy Merrit and Ernie Sabella was cast as gun salesman Mo Korn, who was described in the script as "overweight, greasy, slow and low-key". [11] Seinfeld was aired on NBC in the United States. [26] Ratings for the show remained high, eventually leading to a third season pickup. The season finale aired on June 21, 1990. It cost $1,000,000 to have a commercial in this episode. Choose a Streaming Option providers free service [28], Critics reacted positively to the season. Season one of Seinfeld, an American television series created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, began airing on July 5, 1989 on NBC. ; Notable locations: Jerry’s bathroom you can no longer see the tub/shower and the sink is … Elaine convinces George and Jerry to meet her father, who has a reputation of being difficult and intimidating. 9 Episode George and Jerry spend a good chunk of the season trying to get their show off the ground. The episode follows George trying to make amends with a busboy he accidentally got fired but only making matters worse. However, after seeing Jerry's comedy act, Marlene breaks up with him. In addition to every episode from the two seasons, the DVD release features an episode from the third season that was held over, bonus material, including deleted scenes, inside looks, bloopers, and commentaries. Because of the commencement of the first Gulf War, the second season's premiere was postponed one week. Watch This Now! [holds the gun to her stomach] The McKinley?" This causes George to remark, "Haven't we had this conversation before?" The prison guard (portrayed by Jon Hayman) gets the penultimate lines as he escorts Jerry offstage, "All right, Seinfeld, that's it. "[31] Despite the critical acclaim for the season and several of its episodes, two of the season's episodes, "The Busboy" and "The Baby Shower", were named to a list of Seinfeld's "Not-so-top episodes", compiled by the New York Daily News.[32]. They are the 179th and 180th episodes of the show and the 23rd and 24th episodes of the ninth season. Its … The Finale, Part 1 Jerry is furious and, helped by Kramer, plots to pour a bag of cement into the washing machine. As everyone starts to leave, Elaine tells David not to wait for her to which he says "Alright." Seinfeld Season show reviews & Metacritic score: Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer stand trial, defended by Jackie Chiles. Elaine's father demands that Jerry not wear the jacket inside out because the lining has pink candy stripes. They pride themselves on having finally come up with the perfect template for having sex while remaining friends, though George doubts that their deal can work. After they walk a short distance during the snowfall, Jerry's jacket gets ruined. Sinatra's ambulance was able to arrive at his home and then to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center very quickly in light traffic, due to many in Los Angeles being indoors to watch the show. [3] When Lesser auditioned for the part on October 22, 1990,[3] he incited laughs from David, Seinfeld, and casting director Marc Hirschfeld, but did not understand why, because he did not think his lines were funny. While there, the gang stands idly by during a carjacking and is arrested on a new "Good Samaritan Law". Will return at 10pm et, 7pm pt.". Summary: The new president of NBC calls a meeting with Jerry and George and offers them a series based on the pilot "Jerry". Elaine approaches the diners at a table and tells them that her friends would give her $50 to eat one of their egg rolls and that she is willing to give them $25 of it. "[2], The season introduced several characters who returned later on the show. [17] When the series returned in its original timeslot behind Cheers, its high ratings and increasing popularity led NBC to order the full season. Telling Jerry about the break-up, George insists that Jerry see Marlene to retrieve books he left at her apartment. May 14, 1998 Elaine barely even has a voice of her own and really serves only to have a woman on the show and set up Jerry’s jokes at this point (she would eventually go on to become one of the strongest and most empowered female characters in TV history). Filming of the show moved from Hollywood to Studio City, Los Angeles. "The Finale", as its name indicates, was the series finale of Seinfeld. [27] Cherones was nominated for "Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series" for directing "The Pony Remark". [26] Season two received three Emmy Award nominations; series co-creator Larry David and Seinfeld were nominated in the category "Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series" for writing the episode "The Pony Remark". Season two of Seinfeld, an American television series created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, began airing on January 23, 1991, on NBC.. Because of the commencement of the first Gulf War, the second season's premiere was postponed one week.The season comprised 12 episodes, and concluded its initial airing on June 26, 1991. The bubble boy, Marla, the virgin, Mr. Bookman, Sidra, the old woman Jerry … [3] In "The Stakeout", Morty was portrayed by Phil Bruns; however, David and Seinfeld wanted the character to be harsher,[4][5] and re-cast him with Barney Martin, who auditioned for the part on October 15, 1990, at 12:45 pm. [7] "The Revenge" features the first appearance by Newman (voiced by David), a suicidal man who lives in Jerry's apartment building. Meanwhile, George hears about the effect a man with a wedding ring has on a woman, and starts wearing one to see what happens. The season-five finale mines this question in what is possibly Seinfeld’s most effective attempt at magical realism. Here’s the famous “Prison Stand-Up” clip from the Seinfeld Season 9 episode titled The Finale (2)!Seinfeld is an American television sitcom that ran for nine seasons on NBC, from 1989 to 1998. By the end of Season 2, Seinfeld was really finding its stride, excelling at the interconnected storylines and cringe-worthy situations. This episode was criticized by many for portraying the main characters as bad people with no respect for society, and for mocking the audience who tuned in to watch them every week. In the episode, Elaine bets against Jerry on the ease of buying a handgun to protect herself. Cherones said that Padnick was relieved to hear this, and they both discussed the problem with Charles, and decided not to use the script. "[30] Dave Kehr of The New York Times felt that "The Pony Remark" was a turning point for the show, noting that after the first few episodes, the show "turn[ed] into something sharp and distinctive [...] Here, suddenly, is the tight knot of guilt and denial, of hypersensitivity and sarcastic contempt that Seinfeld would explore for the next eight years. And you can see Jason Alexander push George from "a blatant Woody Allen impression", as the actor acknowledges, into a more offensive and hyperactive neurotic. Let's go." [Source]. [23][24] Richards was concerned that his character would be open about arming Elaine, though in a later interview he stated "although, why not? Among them is a statue that looks like one that George's family had until George broke it. On NBC in 1998, it was preceded by "The Chronicle". As the jury goes over the evidence, Geraldo Rivera and Jane Wells recap to those watching their show about what was heard during the trial. J. Peterman, Keith Hernandez, Kenny Bania, and Mickey Abbott are playing pool for money at the bar. [27] Although the show did not win an Emmy, Seinfeld was praised for co-hosting the Emmy telecast. The characters weren’t fully developed. "[22] According to Alexander, when she read a scene in which she holds the gun to her head stating "where do you want it Jerry? Rabbi Glickman is reading something from his book to Jerry's parents and Frank Costanza. Coupled with the season three finale “The Keys,” the season premiere, “The Trip” plays like a feature length Seinfeld. "[25], The cast began rehearsing, but after 20 minutes stopped and turned to Cherones, who agreed to talk to Charles. George complains about his girlfriend Marlene, whom he finds annoying, to Jerry. 1989 Streamers Information Release date: 05 Jul 1989 Genres: Comedy, Sitcom. After they do, the maitre d' calls their party. However, he cannot muster the courage to do so. Dressed as Joe Friday, Kramer pretends to be a cop and retrieves the statue from Ray. Including T-Shirts, DVDs, and more! After George tells him that he does not mind his dating Marlene, Jerry decides to pursue her. Let’s go.”. Jerry wagers $50 that she would. [citation needed], The show features an ensemble cast of four characters: Jerry Seinfeld stars as a fictional version of himself; Jason Alexander portrays Seinfeld's neurotic friend George Costanza; Julia Louis-Dreyfus plays Elaine Benes, Seinfeld's ex-girlfriend; and Michael Richards stars as Seinfeld's neighbor Kramer. Season 9 would be the last Seinfeld season and it ended very strong both in the ratings and creatively. In the episode, Elaine Benes bets against Jerry Seinfeld on the ease of buying a handgun to protect herself. Jerry, having lied to his uncle that he couldn't make it to dinner, sees his uncle's receptionist at the restaurant. as the audience jeers and Kramer gives him a standing ovation, wrapping up the episode and the show. “All right, Seinfeld, that’s it. Watch Seinfeld: Finale - Part 2 from Season 9 at TVGuide.com Join / Sign Up Keep track of your favorite shows and movies, across all your devices. All 0 songs featured in Seinfeld season 9 episode 24: The Finale (2), with scene descriptions. George and Jerry manage to intercept Carol at her apartment and switch the tape. On their way to a celebratory trip to Paris, NBC jet needs to make an emergency landing in Latham, Massachusetts. "[29] Writing for The Spokesman-Review, critic Jon Burlingame stated that "Seinfeld is an offbeat take on the standard sitcom concept. Seinfeld season 9 episode 24 The Finale (2) The videotape Kramer made is played for the jury. [27] David was also nominated for the award for writing "The Deal". George becomes concerned when his girlfriend, Carol, doesn't return his calls. Originally called The Seinfeld Chronicles, the series' name was shortened to Seinfeld after the pilot to avoid confusion with another sitcom called The Marshall Chronicles. [8] Although the writing staff never intended for Newman to return to the show, the idea of having Wayne Knight as a neighbor appealed to them. Andy Ackerman If you need to know what happens through a season-by-season snapshot, be sure to check it out. Kramer, on the other hand, pleases Elaine by giving her a bench that she wanted. George puts it out and explains to the manager (, This page was last edited on 11 January 2021, at 17:17. Jerry overhears the two managers of his building discussing a death that makes an apartment available. When Elaine arrives, they leave for the restaurant and see that it is snowing. Meanwhile, Kramer and Jerry bet over whether or not Kramer will rebuild his apartment so that it has multiple levels. On the one hand, the numbers will be staggering. The final season of the series still finished better than where it … The first season has more of … This episode first aired on May 14, 1998. He returns to the workplace, pretending that the event had never occurred, but is fired. George makes a bet with him and goes to the airport with Jerry and Elaine to ask the flight attendant if Kramer's allegation is true. He immediately blames the owner, who claims no responsibility. [6] Helen was portrayed by Liz Sheridan, who had played her in "The Stake Out". Though mainly centered on Jerry, the writers start to explore the other … Air Date Jerry insists that George break up with her. Elaine holds a baby shower for a friend at Jerry's apartment. Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer stand trial, defended by Jackie Chiles. This is the fifth most-watched television finale of all time. The series finale certainly starts off on a positive note: Jerry and George seem to have finalized their deal for the Seinfeld-esque show they're making called Jerry. Realizing that his cover is blown, he decides to have dinner with his uncle after all. Jerry and Elaine see the statue at Ray's apartment, and think that Ray stole it. The prosecution begins to call their witnesses and each will do more to break down the characters of the foursome. Elaine and George suggest that Jerry turn his new jacket inside out so that it does not get ruined. The two parts of “The Finale” are as follows: "The Finale, Part 1" "The Finale, Part 2" Season two of Seinfeld, an American television series created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, began airing on January 23, 1991, on NBC. George, helped by Elaine, plots revenge against his former boss, but his attempt costs him his chance to regain his job. "The Finale" is the two-part series finale of the American sitcom Seinfeld. Just as Season 1 and 2 were examples of Seinfeld on the rise, Season 9 is the ultimate nadir of the show's decline. The people at the table do not understand her, and Elaine walks away and loses the wager. The gang talks about this as the show ends. When this episode originally aired on NBC, another television station that often showed classic shows, TV Land, paid tribute by not programming any shows opposite it, instead just showing a still shot of a closed office door with a hand written note that said, "We're TV Fans so... we're watching the last episode of Seinfeld. "Seinfeld" The Finale (TV Episode 1998) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Jerry is irked to discover that the money he had hidden in his laundry bag went missing subsequent to his trip to the laundromat. Jerry later has his apartment cleaned by Ray, the boyfriend of Rava, a client of Elaine's. Season one of Seinfeld, an American television series created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, began airing on July 5, 1989 on NBC. Seinfeld Season 9 Episode 23: The Finale (1) Summary: In part one of the finale, the gang find out that the pilot for Jerry's show has been approved and 13 episodes were ordered. Matt Wilhelm is trying to break up an argument between George Steinbrenner and a waiter. Elaine is the only character not to be in the pilot episode and the last scene (as she could not have logically been present in a men's prison). The final scene is of Jerry performing a comedy act for the prisoners at the Latham County Prison. The writing staff was joined by Larry Charles, who wrote three episodes, and Peter Mehlman, who wrote "The Apartment". George quits his job after tiring of his demanding boss, but immediately regrets his decision. Original air date: January 23, 1991 (delayed due to the start of the Gulf War); Plot: George finally breaks up with an annoying woman then Jerry dates her and realizes George was right. Even though season two started out with poor ratings, bringing the season to a two-month hiatus, the rest of the season was positively received by critics and was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards. On November 22, 2009, Curb aired its season finale, featuring the Seinfeld special. George makes a bet with him and goes to the airport with Jerry and Elaine to ask the flight attendant if Kramer's allegation is true. Stay tuned for the third season which will be uploaded soon. Streaming Guide TV Shows Comedy Seinfeld. To this, Jerry responds, "Yeah, I think we have.". [1] Matthew Gilbert of The Boston Globe noted the characters' evolution during the season: "As the seasons progress, you can see Michael Richards turn Kramer [...] from a vague eccentric [...] into a stylized creation who redefined TV's quirky-neighbor type with Danny Kaye accents. It is a one-hour episode that aired as two separate episodes in syndication. Kramer is the only one laughing at his jokes, as the rest of the prisoners are booing him. Newman is eating food in his car while lying down in his back seat. [12] The producers of the show were Larry David, George Shapiro and Howard West. Episode 1: “The Ex-Girlfriend” (episode 6 overall). [8] In "The Revenge", Newman remained out of sight, although he appeared in a deleted scene. George, who is unable to reach his girlfriend on the pay phone, and Elaine are more than willing to leave. The trial is covered by Geraldo Rivera and Jane Wells. Larry David The landmark Jerry Seinfeld-Larry David … [19], The episode was written by Charles to make a funny "dark-themed" episode, using elements that were unusual in sitcoms. Before NBC announced it was officially ending the sitcom of. Have you taken a peek at our Seinfeld Season guide? When the NBC executives arrive, George forgets about the trial for a moment and complains loudly about the plane. Kramer changes his mind and decides not to build levels, arguing that because he didn't attempt it, the bet was invalid. As they are in jail, they get Kramer's lawyer, Jackie Chiles, to help them. Here, we feature every single Seinfeld episode. Before leaving with Sidra, Jackie Chiles tells the four that he may have lost the case, but he did get satisfied with Sidra while commenting "And by the way: they're real, and they're spectacular!". [24] While on his way to Charles' office, Cherones met Castle Rock executive Glenn Padnick and informed him about the cast's reaction to the episode. Season 2 (12 episodes aired, 13 filmed). an episode from the third season that was held over, "The Seinfeld episode search at Seinfeld Official Site", "With 'Seinfeld' DVD set, the delight is in the details", "The Seinfeld Crew and Credits at Seinfeld Official Site", "NBC Censors Nixed At Least Two Politically Incorrect 'Seinfeld' Episodes", "Seinfeld steps smartly back on to schedule", "A look back at the best – and worst – Seinfeld episodes". [24] Commenting on the episode, Charles stated "You know, it would have been an interesting show, but [...] we couldn't solve the funny problem of it. It never seemed to quite be as funny as it should be and, because of that, the balance was off and the darkness kind of enveloped it, and it could never really emerge from that darkness and become what it should have been.

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