Russell Dalrymple: Oh, Elaine, we're doing some very, very interesting things right now. We've got some very exciting pilots for next season. We have one with a bright young comedian, Jerry Seinfeld.
Elaine Benes: Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, I've heard of him. He's that "Did you ever notice this, did you ever notice that" guy.
Russell Dalrymple: In fact, he was in the restaurant the day that we met.
Elaine Benes: Uhuh.
Russell Dalrymple: Um, well, anyway, it's a groundbreaking show.
Elaine Benes: Really? What is it about?
Russell Dalrymple: Well,
Russell Dalrymple: it's... it's really very unusual. It's about nothing.
Elaine Benes: What do you mean, it's about nothing?
Russell Dalrymple: Mmm, for example, what did you do today?
Elaine Benes: Um, I got up, I went to work, then I came here.
Russell Dalrymple: There's a show. That's a show.
George Costanza: What if the pilot gets picked up, and it becomes a series?
Dana Foley: That would be wonderful, George. You'll be rich and successful.
George Costanza: Yeah, that's exactly what I'm worried about. God would never let me be successful. He'd kill me first. He'd never let me be happy.
Dana Foley: I thought you didn't believe in God.
George Costanza: I do for the bad things.
Dana Foley: Do you hear what you're saying? God isn't out to get you, George. What... What is that on your lip?
George Costanza: What?
Dana Foley: It's like a discoloration. It's white.
George Costanza: [looks in a mirror] Yes. Yes, it's white. Why is it white?
Dana Foley: You'd better get that checked out.
George Costanza: "Better get that checked out"?
Dana Foley: I would.
George Costanza: What kind of a therapist are you? I'm telling you I'm scared that something terrible is gonna happen to me. Right away you start looking for tumors?
Dana Foley: I'm trying to help.
George Costanza: What are you, like a sadist? No matter how bad somebody feels, you can make 'em feel worse? I'll bet you're rootin' for the tumor!
Dana Foley: I think you'd better go.
George Costanza: Well, I'm going, baby! I'm goin'!