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Seinfeld - Frogger
In the Frogger episode, George discovers that his initials "GLC" (George Lewis Constanza) are still on the Frogger machine from a high score he got ten years ago. The arcade game "Frogger" does not record initials for high scores. The game has a list of the top five high scores, but there are no initials with them. There is no provision in the game for you to enter your initials when you make the high score list. I used to play Frogger a lot back when it was popular, and I also saw a couple of the old machines recently. I'm pretty sure that there weren't any variations of the game that let the players enter their initials.
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"Frogger" episode, and a Frogger arcade game.
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Perfect Tommy writes:
I'm still wondering how that Frogger machine kept its high scores all those years. This pizza place never had a power failure in that time?
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Lithus writes:
I'd be more concerned as to how the score can still be on the machine if it'll lose it's memory after power loss. Are we to believe that not once in all those years that pizza shop never had a power outage?!
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crazyass writes:
Sienfelds a funny show.The only reason George got the machine was because his hi-score was on there. If there wasent a hi-score he wouldent of took the machine and got it hit by a car. With out that there wouldent be very much funny or that big finish in the episode. So if it wernt for the hi-scores there wouldent be any point to that epesode.
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