Newsweek asks readers to name the most and least likely Seinfeld scripts to get a sequel.
Here are the top 10, ranked by the number of chances they are the first to get made.1.
The Next Step (season two, episode 13)The third season of The Next Level features Jerry Seinfeld and Kramer as two friends trying to solve a mystery of their own making.
The plot involves a new school for the gifted, a new high school for those with disabilities, and a new college for those not up to snuff.
It also has a whole bunch of Seinfeld-isms, including a segue from “Kramer vs. the Volcano” into a discussion about the Seinfeld family’s history of homelessness.
If you can’t see this one, click here for a trailer.2.
Seinfeld, Seinfeld II (season four, episode 10)This episode of The Seinfeld franchise had an epic finale that featured George Seinfeld getting a phone call from the president of the United States.
His response: “It was good to meet you, but I’m going to be out of town for awhile.”
He also got to call up his old friend Jerry Segel, who played Kramer, to tell him how proud he was to have him on the show.3.
Segments (season six, episode 12)Seinfeld’s “Seinfeld” is a funny little film about a married couple’s relationship and it’s an homage to the classic Seinfeld episode, “Seventeen.”
It’s also an example of how the series could have been a lot better.
In the pilot episode, Kramer and George were living in a trailer park together and they decided to go camping.
When the sun went down, George and Kramer decided to make a plan to get back to their trailers.
The plan involved spending the night in the woods, where they would make a campfire and cook food.
As George and Jerry were preparing to get up and go, they had a dream: They would catch a deer.
But as the moon rose, George went to sleep and woke up to see the deer.
It was George who accidentally put the deer in a tree and when George woke up, he saw it on the ground, which he quickly removed.4.
The Perfect Guy (season three, episode 3)In “The Perfect Guy,” Kramer and Elaine try to take a vacation to Hawaii to celebrate the end of the season, but the plan doesn’t go as planned.
They have to get married and the wedding day falls on the anniversary of their breakup.
They also go on a boat trip to Alaska and the next day, they meet up with the two friends from their first season and decide to go fishing with them.
As the fishing party goes into the water, Elaine’s husband, George, goes off on a tangent and she and her husband end up in a “chicken soup” episode.5.
The Last of the Seemys (season seven, episode 11)Jerry Seinfeld once said that the worst thing he ever did was “get a girlfriend” (that’s not even his real name).
That’s what happens when you and Kramer fall in love.
And if you’re going to get pregnant, it should probably be with Kramer, not Elaine.
And while this episode doesn’t get much attention, it’s a great example of the sort of comedy that would be perfect for the Seamans.
The couple is sitting in a bar, drinking wine and eating hamburgers when Elaine’s boyfriend, John, walks in and says that he needs a drink.
Kramer says, “I think you’ll like this one.”
They both say yes.
Elaine asks the waitress to make it with her and they have sex.
The next day John is back at work and has to get her a job.
Kramer and Jerry are thrilled and decide they need to start dating again.6.
Jerry Seville (season eight, episode 6)Jerry is one of the greatest actors in the history of comedy.
The show he wrote with George and George and Bill Murray was brilliant.
But for most people, it doesn’t come close to what Seinfeld did.
It’s hard to imagine a more perfect comedy, but in this episode, Jerry gets to play a guy with a lot of baggage who is trying to break out of the mold.
The actor playing his father, John Seville, plays the role of a straight, white, middle-class guy who is struggling with depression and is in love with a white woman who is a “bunch of white trash” (which is a word that Jerry has used so many times).
It’s a perfect marriage of two characters who are going through a lot at once.7.
Seville’s First Movie (season nine, episode 8)Jerry’s first movie as a professional actor was a film called Seville and Seville: A New Kind of Love, starring George Seville.
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