25 Fake Movies From Seinfeld That Must Be Made

Indico umas boas doses de Hennigan's Scotch
“That is damn good scotch. I could do a commercial for this stuff. Mmm, boy that Hennigans goes down smooth. And afterwords you don’t even smell! That’s right folks. I just had three shots of Hennigans and I don’t smell. Imagine, you can walk around drunk all day. That’s Hennigans, the no-smell, no-tell scotch.”
It'll be our little secret
Season Three episode The Red Dot


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1.
Jerry Seinfeld
Writer, Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Betty (Hesney) and Kalman Seinfeld. His father was of Hungarian Jewish descent, while Jerry's maternal grandparents, Salha and Selim Hosni, were Syrian Jewish immigrants (from Aleppo). He moved with his family, including sister Carolyn, to suburban Massepequa...
“ "Rochelle, Rochelle"
"a foreign movie"
"an erotic romance "about life, love, and becoming a woman"
"a young girl's strange, erotic journey from Milan to Minsk"
Susan notes that it contains" a lot of nudity."

Elaine: "Yeah. You know, men can sit through the most boring movie if
there's even the slightest possibility that a woman will take her top off."

Season Four episodes The Movie and The Smelly Car
in Season Six episode The Understudy, Rochelle, Rochelle is a musical play ” - fage2005
 
2.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Actress, Seinfeld
Julia Louis-Dreyfus was born on January 13, 1961, in the New York City borough of Manhattan, to Judith (LeFever), a special needs tutor and author, and Gérard Louis-Dreyfus, a billionaire businessman. Her parents divorced when she was young, and she spent her childhood in Washington, D.C., and New York. She met her husband, Brad Hall, while in college...
“ "Chunnel"
There's an explosion in the Chunnel. And, apparently, the U.S. President's daughter gets stuck in there. The convoluted plot ended up breaking up Elaine and Susan's newfound friendship.
Season Seven episode The Pool Guy
Season Seven episode The Cadilac ” - fage2005
 
3.
Michael Richards
Actor, Seinfeld
Immortalized as Cosmo Kramer on the classic American sitcom Seinfeld, L.A. comedy star Michael Richards was born in Culver City, California, to Phyllis (Nardozzi), a records librarian, and William Richards, an electrical engineer. He is of British and Italian descent. He developed an early interest in acting in high school...
“ "Checkmate"
Taglines:
"Man: I didn't know you enjoyed chess, your majesty.
King: Why wouldn't I?
Man: Because the king is always in jeopardy.
King: Yes, but it's only a game.
Man: (suspiciously) Yes, of course. Only a game."
Season Four episode The Movie ” - fage2005
 
4.
Jason Alexander
Actor, Seinfeld
Jason Greenspan adopted the stage name Jason Alexander while still in high school in New Jersey. He was soon appearing in Broadway plays and movies, then in the hit TV series, Seinfeld, from 1990 to 1998. Alexander also directs and produces films.
“ "Death Blow"
Kramer mentions the tagline "When someone tries to blow you up, not because of who you are, but for different reasons altogether."
Season Eight episode The Little Kicks ” - fage2005
 
5.
“ "Firestorm"
Harrison Ford jumps out of a plane and shoots back up at the plane while he falls. A helicopter lands on a car.
Season Seven episodes The Pool Guy, The Rye and The Engagement ” - fage2005
 
6.
Jerry Stiller
As the short, hypertensive male counterpart of the stellar husband-and-wife comedy team "Stiller & Meara", Jerry Stiller and wife Anne Meara were on top of the comedy game in the 1960s, a steady and hilarious presence on television variety, notably The Ed Sullivan Show, on which they appeared 36 times...
“ "Blimp: The Hindenburg Story"
George shouts: "That's GOTTA hurt!"
Season Nine episode The Puerto Rican Day ” - fage2005
 
7.
Patrick Warburton
Patrick Warburton is known to many for the role of "Puddy" in the hit NBC comedy "Seinfeld," the laconic, enigmatic, quirky Saab salesman and Elaine's boyfriend. Warburton starred for 7 seasons on the hit CBS comedy "Rules of Engagement" with David Spade, Oliver Hudson, and Megyn Price about two couples and their single friend...
“ "Cry, Cry Again"
It's an Art movie.
There's a scene that a french man fell off his bike.
One character try to buy back a loaf a bread that symbolizes his soul.
Then by mistake Elaine videotapes herself over the ending of the
movie.
And when Jerry see, he explain: "So you Cry, and then when you see the dancing you Cry Again"
Season Eight episode The Little Kicks ” - fage2005
 
8.
Danny Woodburn
Actor, Seinfeld
Danny Woodburn is an entertainer on stage, film, television, and the comedy club circuit. Born and raised in the Philadelphia area, he is the son of a nurse and a professional golfer. He is a graduate of Philadelphia's Temple University's School of Film and Theater and recipient of their Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award of 2001...
“ "Brown-Eyed Girl"
a romantic comedy about a gypsy who curses a bunch of people so that their eyes only turn brown when they're in the presence of their one true love.
Season Seven episode The Pool Guy ” - fage2005
 
9.
“ "The Other Side of Darkness"
A beautiful girl fall in coma and returns
Season Eight episode The Comeback ” - fage2005
 
10.
Brian George
The youngest of four siblings, Brian George was born in Jerusalem to Jewish parents in July 1952. Both of his parents had immigrated to Israel from India. His father was born in Iraq but raised in Bombay and his mother was born and raised in India. When Brian was a year old, the family immigrated to London...
“ "Ponce De Leon"
A guy who goes out looking for the Fountain of Youth
George really liked and Elaine hated it.

Elaine: "That Fountain of Youth scene at the end, where
they're all splashin' around, and then they go running over to the
mirror to see if it really worked? I mean, come on! That's stupid!"

George: "Lemme tell you sum'in. When Ponce looked in that mirror and saw that he hadn't changed, and that tear started to roll down his cheek? ... I lost it."

Season Three episode The Dog
Season Four episode The Movie ” - fage2005
 
11.
“ "Sack Lunch"
it's a movie that opens on the same day as "The English Patient", and represents a non-pretentious, comedic option.
Season Eight episode The English Patient ” - fage2005
 
12.
Lawrence Mandley
Lawrence Mandley was born in Springfield, Illinois and grew up in Chicago. His first stage appearance was a school talent show when he was in 2nd grade. The song was "Tequila" and Lawrence sat on the floor, center stage with a wide brimmed straw hat covering his face as two 8th grade girls in calypso garb danced around him...
“ "Prognosis Negative"
Saeson Four episode The Junior Mints
Season Three episode The Dog ” - fage2005
 
13.
Bryan Cranston
Bryan Lee Cranston is an American actor, voice actor, writer and director. He is perhaps best-known for his roles as "Walter White" on the AMC drama series, Breaking Bad, for which he has won four consecutive Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Emmy Awards, and as "Hal", the father on the Fox situation comedy...
“ "Blame it on the Rain"
Season Seven episode The Calzone ” - fage2005
 
14.
“ "Means to an End"
Season Seven episode The Calzone ” - fage2005
 
15.
“ "The Pain and the Yearning"
'An old woman experiences pain and yearning.' A hundred and ninety-two minutes
Season Eight episode The Comeback ” - fage2005
 
16.
Janeane Garofalo
Actress, Ratatouille
Janeane, the petite woman with the acerbic wit, was born in Newton, New Jersey, in 1964, to Joan, a secretary, and Carmine Garofalo, an Exxon executive. She is of Italian and Irish descent. Janeane had many jobs before breaking into show biz. She worked as a bike messenger, a shoe salesperson, waitress and temp secretary...
“ "The Muted Heart"
Stars Glenn Close and Sally Field
Season Seven episode The Engagement ” - fage2005
 
17.
Ian Abercrombie
Ian Abercrombie began his theatrical career as a lad during the Blitz in World War II. After his footwork years during which he earned Bronze, Silver and Gold medals in dance for the stage, he performed in London, Holland, Ireland and Scotland. He made his American stage debut in 1955 in a production of "Stalag 17" with Jason Robards and Jules Munshin...
“ "The Keys" (script by Kramer)
Season Four episode The Trip - Part One ” - fage2005
 
18.
“ "Agent Zero"
Season Seven episode The Pool Guy ” - fage2005
 
19.
“ "Mountain High"
Season Seven episode The Pool Guy ” - fage2005
 
20.
Kathy Griffin
Kathy Griffin was raised in the near-west Chicago suburbs, in an Irish-American family. She has three older brothers and an older sister. When her parents retired to California, Kathy moved west with them after graduating from Oak Park River Forest High School and began trying to break into show business...
“ "Chow Fun"
Season Seven episode The Pool Guy ” - fage2005
 
21.
Lee Arenberg
Lee Arenberg has the remarkable ability to morph himself into frightening aliens, twisted psychotherapists, lascivious entertainment executives and everything in between. Most frequently referred to as a character actor, Arenberg maintains a flourishing acting career--almost 20 years spanning television...
“ "Cupid's Rival"
Season Seven episode The Pool Guy ” - fage2005
 
22.
“ "Cold Fusion"
Season Eight episode The Bizarro Jerry ” - fage2005
 
23.
Teri Hatcher
Teri Lynn Hatcher was born in Palo Alto, California, the only child of Esther (Beshur), a computer programmer, and Owen Walker Hatcher, Jr., a nuclear physicist and electrical engineer. She has Syrian (from her immigrant maternal grandfather), Irish, English, and Czech ancestry. Teri grew up in Sunnyvale...
“ "Flaming Globes of Sigmund"
Season Two episode The Heart Attack ” - fage2005
 
24.
Corbin Bernsen
Actor, L.A. Law
Corbin Bernsen stars as Henry Spencer in the sixth season of the USA Network original series PSYCH, also starring James Roday and Dule Hill. Bernsen is also forging ahead as a prolific writer, producer and director, creating films for his Home Theater Films production and distribution banner. As an actor...
“ "Great Case for LA Law" by George Costanza

"GEORGE: Hey. You know, do I have a case for you guys to do on L.A. Law.

CORBIN BERNSEN: Really.

(Flash forward to the middle of George's 'pitch'.)

GEORGE: ...so mind you, at this point I'm only going out with her two or three weeks. So she goes out of town and she asks me to feed her cat. So at this time, there's a lot of stuff going on in my life and, uh, it slips my mind for a few days. Maybe a week. Not a week, five, six days.

CORBIN BERNSEN: Yeah yeah yeah. So what happened?

GEORGE: Well, it's the damnedest thing. The cat dies. So she comes back into town, she finds the cat lying on the carpet stiff as a board.

CORBIN BERNSEN: So you killed the cat.

GEORGE: That's what she says. I say, listen. It was an old cat. It died of natural causes. So get this, now she tells me that I gotta buy her a brand new cat. I say listen, honey. First of all, it was a pretty old cat. I'm not gonna buy you a brand new cat to replace an old dying cat. And second of all, I go out to the garbage, I find you a new cat in fifteen seconds. I say, you show me an autopsy report that says this cat died of starvation, I spring for a new cat. So she says something to me, like, uh, I dunno, get the hell out of here, and she breaks up with me. Now don't you think that would be a great case on L.A. Law?

Season Four episode The Trip - Part One ” - fage2005
 
25.
“ Ideas for a TV shows for Seinfeld

George: You want an idea? Here's an idea. You coach gymnastics team in high school. And you're married. And your son's not interested in gymnastics and you're pushing him into gymnastics.

I got it. You run an antique store. And people come in the store and you get involved in their lives.

Kramer: And you're the manager of the circus.
Come on, this is a great idea. Look at the characters. You've got all these freaks on the show. A woman with a moustache? I mean, who wouldn't tune in to see a women with a moustache? You've for the tallest man in the world; a guy who's just a head.



Season Four episode The Pitch ” - fage2005