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CHRISTIE: I think your friend needs some help over there. GEORGE: (through mouthful of food) So, Carrie, you and Susan are cousins. GEORGE: (jokingly) Well, so, legally, I could marry your daughter.
[Antique Toy Store] Elaine and Jerry enter a store stocked with the toys of yesteryear. Jerry looks over, but his eye is drawn more towards an attractive woman, Christie, who stands looking at the toys. Jerry finally has his attention drawn away from Christie.
SUSAN: I can tell you, I would never name my child Soda.
George uses his finger to draw a number 7 in the air, accompanying the Strokes of his digit with a two-tone whistle.
Roughly seven stitches a beating, and eventually seven years to life.
I defy you to come up with a better name than Seven.
GEORGE: All names sound strange the first time you hear 'em.
Jerry looks over at him, looking somewhat irritated by the way Kramer's demolishing his food stocks.
KRAMER: Well, I was under the impression that I could take anything I Wanted from your fridge, and you could take whatever you want from mine.
ELAINE: (sitting) Ah, I think I really strained it.
They look around at the array of classic teddy bears, toy boats, puppets, etc. JERRY: Boy, I miss the days they made toys that could kill a kid. It's an old-fashioned girl's bicycle, with high handlebars, a pink frame and a basket on the front. She's wearing a dress of mid-thigh length, black from the bottom of the ribs down, and white on the chest and arms. Oh, I always wanted one of these when I was little.
JERRY: (admiring Christie) Yeah, I'm right there with ya. Christie leaves her examination of the toys on that side of the store, and walks over to some other items.
Transcribed by Mark Brockbank, Barrow-in-Furness, UK Episode Number: 123 Original Air Date: February 01, 1996 Written by: Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer Directed by: Andy Ackerman Guest Cast: Ken Hudson Campbell (Ken) Shannon Holt (Carrie) Lisa Deanne (Christie) Charles Emmett (Orderly) David Richards (Maitre d') Matthew Mc Curley (Kid) Josh Abramson (Man #1) Steve Artiaga (Man #2) Cheryl Hunter (Woman) [Nightclub] Jerry's standup piece. Elaine gives up on Jerry assisting her and tries to lift the bike off the wall on her own.