Rochelle, Rochelle

Rochelle, Rochelle 1. a fake foreign movie that’s mentioned in 3 different Seinfeld episodes 2. also a Broadway show/musical starring Bette Midler 3. tag-line: a young girls strange, erotic journey from Milan to Minsk 4. Quote: “It’s a story about life. And love. And becoming a woman.” 4. does not contain frontal nudity, however may or may not contain side-al nudity. 5. episodes: The Movie, The Smelly Car, The Understudy


regift – (related terms: degift, label baby junior) 1. a recycled gift. 2. if a person repeats the name of the gift when opening it, they can’t possibly like it. 3. if someone regifts, then you can degift. 4. example: Elaine gave Tim Whatley a label maker. Jerry gave Tim Whatley tickets to the Super Bowl he couldn’t use. Whatley gave Jerry the Label Baby Junior Elaine had given him as a thank you gift for the tickets. Jerry can then use the tickets, so he considers degifting the tickets. 5. Quote:  “Elaine:  You don’t have the label maker, do you? Tim:  Uh, no. Elaine:  I knew it!  You’re a regifter!  Tim:  You put a label on something, then ten minutes later it would peel rightoff.  It was the worst gift I ever got.” 6. Episode: The Label Maker

real festivus

real festivus (related terms: festivus) 1. alternative holiday started in 1966 by Daniel O’Keefe Sr., father of Seinfeld writer Daniel O’Keefe. 2. did not include an aluminum pole or “feats of strength” 3. did include a version of “airing of grievances” as well as a clock and a bag. 4. also included tape recording of the annual event. 5. episode: The Strike