George is nervous about an upcoming dinner he and his parents are having with Susan and her parents and with good reason. They don't exactly hit it off and Frank Costanza so upset at the end of it all that he takes back the loaf of rye bread they had brought as a gift. George is intent on returning it leading Jerry to have an interesting encounter with an old woman who buys the last loaf of rye at the bakery. Elaine has a new musician boyfriend but Jerry may ruin the relationship when he describes it as hot and heavy. Kramer gets the use of a neighbor's hansom cab and begins giving guided tours of New York. Written by
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The horse-drawn carriage is referred to a number of times as a "hansom cab," when it clearly is not- hansom cabs have two wheels and the driver sits behind the passengers, while this carriage has four wheels and the driver up front. Even the owner of the carriage, who should know better, calls it this. (In addition, it is not strictly speaking a "cab," as it is not a taxi, but this is common usage.) See more
Let me understand, you got the hen, the chicken and the rooster. The rooster goes with the chicken. So, who's having sex with the hen?
Why don't we talk about it another time.
But you see my point here? You only hear of a hen, a rooster and a chicken. Something's missing!
Something's missing all right.
They're all chickens. The rooster has sex with all of them.
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