Seinfeld: Season 5, Episode 7

The Non-Fat Yogurt (4 Nov. 1993)

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Kramer invests in a new new non-fat yogurt store, which becomes a hit in the city. Jerry and Elaine discover that they've been gaining weight and wonder if the yogurt really is non fat or ... See full summary »

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Kramer invests in a new new non-fat yogurt store, which becomes a hit in the city. Jerry and Elaine discover that they've been gaining weight and wonder if the yogurt really is non fat or not. Jerry tries to unravel this mystery while also dealing with a neighbor's kid who saw his act and the one rare instance where Jerry unleashes profanities on stage. Meanwhile, George runs into a former childhood acquaintance, Lloyd Braun, who is working on the mayoral campaign for incumbent Mayor Dinkins, but the campaign is quickly jeopardized when Elaine proposes a name tag system. The mayoral campaign is also jeopardized when Kramer dates one of the lab technicians and accidentally spills some of the yogurt into Giuliani's blood sample. Written by halo1k

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Two versions of the final scene were filmed as the episode was to air days after the 1993 New York City mayoral election. One scene was filmed stating that David Dinkins had won and another stating Rudolph W. Giuliani as the winner. When Giuliani was officially announced the winner, he filmed the scene the next morning, which was then edited into the episode roughly one day before broadcast. Dinkins had already declined to appear so if he had won the election, a scene with Phil Morris as Dinkins' press secretary would have been shown. Morris would later play the recurring character of Jackie Chiles. See more »

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Jerry Seinfeld: Mary, we've been eating a lot of your husband's Yogurt lately does that have fat in it?
Maryedith: No
[bleep]
Maryedith:
  • ing way.



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"You're a funny ***!"
27 September 2011 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

Season 5, Episode 7, "The Non-Fat Yogurt" One of the best episodes of the wonderful fifth season, "The Non-Fat Yogurt" offers one of Seinfeld's more outlandish plots, but it works seamlessly somehow. The story lines clash perfectly for a truly satisfying episode and hilarious ending.

All four members of the core cast get to shine on this episode, especially Jerry and George. It's notable for being the first appearance of George's childhood enemy Lloyd Braun, as well as for managing to deal with curse words WITHOUT ACTUALLY UTTERING ANY REAL ONES and still being side-splittingly funny. In fact, the blipping out of the curse words makes them much more hilarious. Modern comedies should take a lesson from that.


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