6. "Tangent: The insanely quick telephone conversations on Seinfeld" In response to Reply # 0
I actually love that aspect, and don't see the point of realism in that scenario, but it's always funny to me how the characters do a microsecond of listening between responses, whether it's a phone call about the pilot not being picked up, or someone dying, or anything else.
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17. "Bigger Tangent: Time from lobby to Jerry's front door. " In response to Reply # 6 Thu Jul-23-09 11:22 AM by kurlyswirl
Sometimes the amount of time it takes for a visitor to get from the front of the building to Jerry's 5th floor apartment is impossible, unless the elevator moves at rocket speed and was sitting there waiting on the 1st floor. And I think there was at least one episode where they talked about his elevator being slow. I think Elaine commented on it.
>I actually love that aspect, and don't see the point of >realism in that scenario, but it's always funny to me how the >characters do a microsecond of listening between responses, >whether it's a phone call about the pilot not being picked up, >or someone dying, or anything else.
22. "lol, should've added that to this post (link)" In response to Reply # 7
>when a couple enters an apartment while already making out, >they very rarely close the door behind them, let alone lock >it. > >I always notice this, and wonder if its foreshadowing for >something that will happen, but it never does. They must all >have very trustworthy neighbors.
That must have been quite the scene. Did you enjoy it? I once saw a performance of Hamlet where the actor playing Hamlet, who was wearing a tight skin outfit got an erection during the show. Interestingly enough, he picked up on it and somehow worked it into the script itself where you let it go and continued on with the show.