Category Archives: B

beltless trench coat

beltless trench coat – (related terms: The Executive) 1. raincoat invented by Morty Seinfeld 2. business venture between Kramer and Morty to sell 50 beltless trench coats to Rudy’s 3. quote: “I tripped over one of Jerry’s toys. So I took out my belt just to threaten him, and I got a glimpse of myself in the mirror…So that night I cut off the loops and the Executive was born.” – Morty 4. episode: The Raincoats

Brandt-Leland

Brandt-Leland  – (related terms: T.C.B) 1. location of the best bathroom in midtown 2. also where Kramer works after helping an employee fix the copy machine 3. works there without pay because he missing structure from his life. 4. carries a briefcase with only crackers 5. quote: “These reports you handed in. It’s almost as if you have no business training at all..I don’t know what this is supposed to be!” – Mr. Leland 6. quote:“I don’t even really work here!”–Kramer. “That’s what makes this so difficult”- Mr. Leland 7. episode: The Bizarro Jerry

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ball man

ball man – (related terms: ball man experiment, break the ball barrier) 1. first man over 30 to become the first ball man for the U.S. Open tennis final 2. one must first pass a 3 1/2 to 4 hr tryout. 3. quote: “Hey guess who’s going to be the new ball man for the finals…Yeah. They said they haven’t seen anybody go after balls with such gusto” – Kramer 4. episode: The Lip reader

baby blue

baby blue - (related term: golden boy) 1. Jerrys 2nd favorite t-shirt after the golden boy was destroyed in the laundry. 2. quote: “This is Golden Boy’s son, Baby Blue.” – Jerry 3. episode: The Marine Biologist

Billy Mumphrey

Billy Mumphrey – (related terms: Billy Mumphrey stories) 1. main character in a unpublished manuscript that Elaine was to read for her interview with Viking Press. 2. it was “a story about love, deception, greed, lust and…unbridled enthusiasm.” 3. quote: “You see Elaine, Billy was a simple country boy. You might say a cockeyed optimist, who got himself mixed up in the high stakes game of world diplomacy and international intrigue.” — Kramer 4. episode: The Doodle

Bubble Boy

Bubble Boy – (related term: Moops) 1. one who lives in a bubble 2. boy Jerry visits named Donald who has a rare immune deficiency. 3. the bubble is not an igloo, just a piece of plastic dividing the room. 4. the bubble boy likes profanity, nudity and loves games, especially trivial pursuit. 5. Susan accidentally bursts the bubble after a dispute between George and Donald over the word Moops. 6. quote: “Ok, History. This is for the game. How ya doin’ over there? Not too good!” — Bubble Boy 7. episode: The Bubble Boy

the beach

the beach – (related terms: the ocean) 1. a cologne that smells like the beach 2. an idea pitched by Kramer to Calvin Klein. 3. quote: “You know the way you smell when you first come home from the beach? Well, I want to make a cologne that captures the essence of that smell” — Kramer 4. episodes: The Pez Dispenser, The Pick