Lois: So will you come to Hawaii with me Jerry?
Jerry Seinfeld: Maybe I will , Lois. Maybe I will.
[Jerry winks at camera, like in the Superman movie]
George Costanza: Your boyfriend reads the Daily Worker? What is he? A communist?
Elaine Marie Benes: He reads everything, you know, Ned's very well read.
George Costanza: Maybe he's just very well red?
Elaine Marie Benes: Oh well nothing wrong with that. Gotta make those big bucks... money money money money money money money... ha ha ha ha ah... are you a communist?
Ned: Yes, as a matter of fact I am.
Elaine Marie Benes: OH, AH! OH! WOW! WHOA! A COMMIE! Wow, gee, man it must be a bummer for you guys, what with the fall of the Soviet empire and everything.
Ned: Yeah, well, we still got China, and Cuba.
Elaine Marie Benes: Yeah, but come on...
Ned: I know it's not the same.
Elaine Marie Benes: Well, you had a good run. What was it 75, 80 years? Wreaking havoc, making everybody nervous.
Ned: Yeah, we had a good run.
Jerry Seinfeld: And he's calling all these people from High School to come and watch. I knew this day would come. I can't do it. I can't go through with it. I'm calling it off. I can't let the legend die. It's like a kid finding out there's no Santa Claus.
Boss: Is there a problem here?
Cosmo Kramer: Ho ho ho ho.
Kid: This guy's a Commie. He's spreading propoganda.
Delivery man: Ah, I knew it was you! You tried to trick Hop Sing! You are onour list; Elaine Benes! And now you are on our list; Ned Isakoff.
Ned: You got me blacklisted from Hop Sing's?
Delivery man: She named name!
Jerry Seinfeld: [Opening scene, Lois's office] Ready to go Lois?
Lois: You really like to say my name? Don't you?
Jerry Seinfeld: Excuse me Lois. Stand back Lois. Jimmy's in trouble Lois.
George Costanza: You, uh, wanted to see me, Mr. Steinbrenner?
George Steinbrenner: Yes George, I did. Come in, come in. George, the wordaround the office is that you're a Communist.
Jerry Seinfeld: I never did. In four years of high school I would never race anyone again. Not even to the end of the block to catch a bus. And so the legend grew. Everyone wanted me to race. They begged me. The track coach called my parents. Pleading. Telling them it was a sin to waste my god given talent. But I answered him in the same way I answered everyone. I chose not to run.
Elaine Marie Benes: So now Duncan is back?
Jerry Seinfeld: He's back. And I knew he would be someday. Man that's some tart cider!