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Seinfeld - Newman Eating Muffins
In the episode that has the muffin stumps that need to disappear , Newman is called in to do the job. He walks into the back of the muffin shop, puts down an empty glass, and opens a bag containing 4 jugs of milk. He then grabs a muffin stump from a pile and takes a bite. After making yummy sound for a few second, he takes a swig of milk...FROM the glass. When did he pour it? This is at the end of the episode.
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Anonymous on 01-24-2001
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Anonymous writes:
I would venture to guess that the pouring of the milk may have been cut when the episode went into syndication. I have seen this episode 3 or 4 times including it's original airing and in the original airing Newman pulls up to the muffin shop in a red Ferrari. But in any of the syndicated episodes I've seen the part with the Ferrari is never there. Just a thought.
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Prof. Trivia writes:
Good point about the "missing" scene(s). Many people are watching only syndicated episodes of popular shows, and have never seen the originals. Some shows only stay on the air in 1st run long enough so they'll have enough episodes to sell to syndication, which is where the production companies make more $$ (and are able to recoup some of the mega-salaries they pay).
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opermonkey writes:
Elaine could have poured his milk for him. He was doing a big favor for her.
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