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TV episodes The 9 Best Elaine Moments from Seinfeld  

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Larry David, comic genius that he is, has satisfied people's craving for a Seinfeld reunion by doing the reuninon on Curb Your Enthusiasm. Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty pretty good thinking. As Elaine is my favorite character on Seinfeld, I decided to compile some of my favorite Elaine moments.

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Highlights from this episode: Julia Louis-Dreyfus displays her talents at physical comedy when she flips and tosses and turns in the uncomfortable sofa bed she sleeps on at Jerry's parents' place in Florida.

"The Pen" is the 20th episode of Seinfeld, the third episode of the third season. It aired on October 2, 1991. This is the only episode in which George does not appear, and one of only two episodes in which Kramer does not appear. ...more

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"Could you do me a favor? Could you tape the Pig Men and women who love them conversation, and I'll listen to it later?"

George gets a great parking spot that becomes a target. Kramer thinks that he has stumbled on the product of a genetic engineering experiment, a "pig man." Elaine and Jerry are nervous about the religious duties they must do when they agree to become godparents to a couple's newborn, including ...more

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"He took...it out"
"He took what out?"
"It"
"He took it out"

"The Stand In" is the 80th episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. This was the 16th episode for the fifth season. It aired on February 24, 1994. ...more

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One of my favorite Seinfeld images is the scene after Elaine gets bit by a dog, and they are walking out of the Glasses store, and Elaine is hunched over holding her hurt ankle, and opening the door for Jerry, who shows no concern for her ankle.

Also, another shining demonstration of Julia's talent as a comedian is her portrayal of a possible rabies victim.

George's glasses are stolen and he needs a new pair, so he goes to see Kramer's friend to get a thirty percent discount; all Elaine gets is bitten by a dog and then she becomes afraid of them. While not wearing his glasses, George thinks he sees Jerry's girlfriend kissing Jerry's cousin and Jerry ...more

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