Barry was elected four times as the city's chief executive.Home Seinfeld Videos Seinfeld Scripts Seinfeld DVD Festivus Blog Seinfeld Quotes Seinfeld Sounds Seinfeld Characters Seinfeld Glossary Seinfeld Photos Seinfeld Episode Guide Seinfeld Forum Seinfeld Store Search FAQs Links Contact Stan Link to Us Buy "The Kramer" Poster from All Kramer Poster Curb Your Enthusiasm DVD gs: Lee Garlington (Claire) Pamela Brull (Laura) A girl Jerry met on the road wants to stay with him when she comes to New York. It doesn't really matter much if you're Chinese, Korean, or Japanese, you get the same kinds of jokes tossed your way. S., even places where this isn't any other Asian population to speak of. East Asians are pretty much lumped in with Chinese in most of these kinds of jokes. Seems like a comedy staple, what would Mel Brooks have done without the German accent... I don't make any judgments but what people are like in China based on it but the people that own the buffets seem to have the business recipe down and are remarkably consistent across the U."The Rolling Stones are devastated by the loss of their very dear friend and legendary saxophone player, Bobby Keys," the band said on Twitter.To the world, he was known as "Chespirito." Roberto Gomez Bolanos gained fame as a comedian, but he was also a writer, actor, screenwriter, songwriter, film director and TV producer.
His note-worthy accomplishments include being named Stand-Up Comedian of the Year by the American Comedy Awards in 1999 and he was also nominated for a Gemini Award for his television performance at The Montreal Comedy Festival in 2000.
Some do not find it offensive Now the exact ratio, that's more complicated but bottom line, you can offend some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time. They usually sound like the characters in that bit to me at least.
Asians from lots of different countries own and run 'Chinese Buffets'. They really do fan out all over the country in search of good places to set them up and then often get the whole family to work there.
b: 05-Jul-89 pc: 101 w: Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld d: Art Wolff NOTE: In this episode, Jerry refers to Kramer as Kessler, because we later learn in "The Betrayal" this was the name on the buzzer for Kramer's apartment.
This also discounts the fact that Kramer has sublet the apartment from Paul Buchman from Mad About You in an episode of that series that aired after "The Virgin." I suppose that Buchman could have sublet the apartment to someone named Kessler before Kramer had moved in.