Jerry has become fascinated with the new café that's opened across the street. The owner, Pakistani immigrant Babu Bhatt, has few if any customers. He suggests that rather than the somewhat bland menu currently on offer he offer an all Pakistani menu. George's girlfriend meanwhile wants him to take an IQ test and when Elaine says she has an IQ of 145 he gets her to take the test for him with less than stellar results. Written by
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Jerry and Elaine repeat the phrase "casus belli" as George enters Jerry apartment. Elaine tells George it means nothing, but it is actually a Latin phrase meaning "case for war"; it's the justification that one nation uses when going to war with another. See more
From episode to episode in Season 3 the baseball hat on the basketball ring in Jerry's apartment switches between being a Mets hat and a Yankees hat See more
You should've seen the look on her face. It was the same look my father gave me when I told him I wanted to be a ventriloquist.
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