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Seinfeld - Kramer's Apartment
Towards the middle of the episode, Jerry shuts his apartment door and runs to the window. He yells out to Kramer that they have to prepare Little Jerry for the cockfight, and then says he's on his way up to Kramer's apartment. Well, we all know that Kramer lives across the hall, on the opposite sise of the building, not in the apartment above Jerry's.
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da-master writes:
akamad is right Kramer is on the roof, and when Jerry says "I'll be up" I think he means on the roof.
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akamad writes:
I thought that Kramer had gone onto the roof of the apartment block to train Little Jerry. That was why Jerry was looking upwards when he was yelling at Kramer out the window.
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Ray writes:
OK, I think I finally figured this one out. I remember watching this episode when it was first shown on NBC. In it, Kramer said he was going on the roof to give Little Jerry a workout. So when Jerry stuck his head out the window and called up to Kramer, it made perfect sense. However, I just saw the syndicated rerun of this episode the other day. When I watched it this time, there was no mention of Kramer going on the roof. They cut that scene. But they still had the scene where Jerry called up through the window. So when someone watches this episode for the first time in the syndicated reruns, it makes no sense as to why Jerry's calling up. The viewer has no idea that Kramer is on the roof. When sitcoms are shown in syndicated reruns, they often cut out a couple of minutes from the show. I'm assuming this is so they can show more commercials. I think the slipup here is the scene they chose to cut. You know, this really annoys me sometimes. In my opinion, they often cut the best scene, or the funniest scene.
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crazyass writes:
I dont understand what your trying to say. One of the things I thought was wierd was once Kramer used the buzzer to get Jerry to open his apartment gate, even though Kramer lives there too. Is that what you're trying to say?
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Spyder writes:
I noticed this too. How could they have missed that? (I just saw this episode last week)
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nrl469 writes:
In this episode isnt Jerry talking to Kramer through the window because Kramer is outside, and since he is outside when Jerry tells Kramer to come on up, Kramer has to go up because he is at the bottom.
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Somedude writes:
Yeah, when I heard it, I thought that there was something wrong with that...
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Otiose writes:
Maybe something really good happend for Jerry right at that moment, like he found out he was going to be on this really famouse TV show, so when he yelled "I'm on my way up," he meant "I'm on my way up in this world!!" Lol, just kiddin.
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