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Sein Off: Inside the Final Days of Seinfeld
     

Sein Off: Inside the Final Days of Seinfeld

by Jerry Seinfeld, David Hume Kennerly (Photographer), Michael Richards, Julia Louis-Dreyfus
 

Michael: At the last curtain call made the gesture of "being quiet" with my finger to my mouth. That was my signal to the house and to those around us—an to myself—that there would be no more words from Kramer.

Julia: Elaine was someone who single women laughed at because she wrestled with her worst secrets and biggest fears. Let

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Michael: At the last curtain call made the gesture of "being quiet" with my finger to my mouth. That was my signal to the house and to those around us—an to myself—that there would be no more words from Kramer.

Julia: Elaine was someone who single women laughed at because she wrestled with her worst secrets and biggest fears. Let's face it, she embodied lots of problems. In fact she was a jerk. Anyone who chooses Elaine as a role model should be in therapy.

Jason: When people reflected on their own lives in comparison to George's, they felt pretty good. They could tune in and see it was far worse for this poor slob. In a sick way that was comforting.

Jerry: After nine years, how do you say good-bye to the experience, the people, the accomplishments? Emotionally, I just hoped not to get crushed, yet all the while I knew I would.

Editorial Reviews

Kristen Baldwin
Sein Off [is] as pleasingly unsentimental as the "no hugging, no learning" sitcom ever was.
-- Entertainement Weekly

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780060953287
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
10/02/1998
Edition description:
1 ED
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 9.98(h) x 0.48(d)

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