How Well Do You Remember the Last Episode of Seinfeld?
By: Ryan Choate
About This Quiz
The TV show Seinfeld, based on the stand-up comedy of Jerry Seinfeld, is one of the most popular shows of all time. The show aired for nine seasons between 1989 and its final episode, which aired on May 14, 1998. There is never an easy way to end a show as popular as Seinfeld, and the final episode surely rankled hardcore fans. Many call it simply a quintessential Seinfeld episode with all the attributes that made the show great. Subtle references to the show's quirkiness were sprinkled throughout the episode, but they can be easily forgotten. The cameos of memorable characters from past episodes, however, were definite highlights.
The show revolves around the lives of its four main characters: Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer. All nine seasons feature magnifications of each characters quirks, weaknesses and neurotic shortcomings. As with the fictional show that Jerry and George tried pitching to NBC, the show about nothing, Seinfeld often pokes fun of everyday trivial nuances of life. Fans of the show will no doubt reference characters and incidents from Seinfeld for years to come. Let's see if you are the master of your domain. Show us how much your remember about the final episode of Seinfeld!
Elaine is admonished by Jerry and George for making a cell phone call to her friend to inquire about what?
A ride home
Her father's health
Elaine makes a call to her friend inquiring about her friend's father who is ill. Jerry and George both give Elaine a hard time saying it's inconsiderate to make such a call regarding such a sensitive topic from a cell phone.
What is the name of the new NBC president who decides to pick up Jerry and George's TV show?
There is a new NBC president who decides to make the show created by Jerry and George that they pitched five years ago. The new NBC president, James Kimbrough, loved the pilot and signed it up for 13 episodes.
NBC lets Jerry use their private jet to take a trip anywhere he wants with his friends. Where does the gang decide to go?
After mulling over places to take a trip, including suggestions of Japan, Russia and Switzerland, the gang decides it would be best to all go to Paris. The decision scene takes place in the coffee shop.
Which character begs Jerry to tag along on their trip to Paris?
Before the gang leaves, Jerry's nemesis and neighbor Newman tries to beg his way onto the trip. He tells Jerry he is part French. Jerry says no and Newman says he will be there when an evil wind brings Jerry down.
While in town, the gang witnesses a crime. What crime occurred?
While standing on the sidewalk, the gang witnessed a man being pulled from his car and robbed. The criminal then drove off in the stolen car while Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer watched. Kramer filmed the incident with his video recorder.
According to a library investigations officer, how long was Jerry's library book overdue?
When Jerry learns that a library book he checked out in the 70's is overdue, he goes down to the library to see what is going on. The librarian informs him the matter has been turned over to the library investigations officer because it had been overdue for 25 years.
Who did George fight with over a disputed answer during a game of Trivial Pursuit?
George ends up playing a game of Trivial Pursuit with the bubble boy. When bubble boy answers incorrectly, they see that the answer card was misprinted. George does not relent and a tussle breaks out, causing a puncture in the boy's bubble.
During the trial, Yankees owner George Steinbrenner accuses George of being what?
A horrible employee
During the trial, the owner of the Yankees says a few nice things about George as a former employee of the Yankees, but reveals one of his biggest complaints: that George is a Communist. This is probably based on a previous episode where rumors around George being a communist lead him to travel to Cuba and meet Fidel Castro to recruit players.
What used item did Kramer sell that later came up in the trial?
Kramer falls in love with a woman who was injured due to George being parked in a handicap spot. He agrees to buy her a new wheelchair, but opts for a cheaper, used one. The wheelchair turns out to be faulty and causes her to roll uncontrollably down a hill.
What do we see Mr. Ross, Susan's father, purchasing while waiting for the trial verdict?
In a weirdly bizarre scene by Seinfeld standards, we see the father of Susan, George's former fiancé, buying a gun. It is presumed he may be wanted to shoot George if the verdict came back innocent. Only speculation.
Why does Kramer stumble into the plane cockpit while flying to Paris?
He falls while trying to get water out of his ear.
Most of the episode, Kramer is banging on his head trying to get water out of his ear after he goes to the beach. He stumbles into the cockpit after doing so again, and the plane suddenly starts to plummet.