What did Kramer say about Junior Mints?

What did Kramer say about Junior Mints?

Cosmo Kramer : Who’s gonna turn down a Junior Mint? It’s chocolate, it’s peppermint, it’s delicious. Jerry : That’s true. Cosmo Kramer : It’s very refreshing.

Did Junior Mints sponsor Seinfeld?

“Their role in the Seinfeld episode was hilarious, but also very well done,” it said of Junior Mints. “It included all three types of product placement: the name of the brand was mentioned several times, the product was visible for a few seconds and one of the main characters (Kramer) has even eaten the candies.”

What Candy did Kramer drop?

Junior Mint
Of course, Kramer accidentally drops a Junior Mint into the patient’s open body cavity before it’s sewn up. Hilarity ensues when the ex-boyfriend becomes sick (likely due to the candy). Then, when he later recovers, the surgeon attributes the miraculous recovery to “something from above.”

Who dropped the Junior Mint Seinfeld?

It aired on March 18, 1993. In the episode, Jerry cannot remember the name of the woman he is dating and learns that it rhymes with a part of the female anatomy. Meanwhile, Elaine’s artistic ex-boyfriend develops a lethal infection after Jerry and Kramer drop a Junior Mint into his body during a surgical operation.

Who said these pretzels are making me thirsty?

Jerry Seinfeld
Trivia (11) Jerry Seinfeld credits the phrase, “These pretzels are making me thirsty,” from the episode “The Alternate Side” as the first of the show’s many catch-phrases. During his next stand-up tour, audience members would chant this during virtually every performance.

What was the name of the female body part in Seinfeld?

Jerry and George brainstorm what the name could be and finally decide on the ridiculous option “Mulva” (rhymes with “vulva”). The woman storms out of Jerry’s apartment and moments later, Jerry recalls that her name is actually Dolores (which sort of sounds like “clitoris”).

What soda do they drink in Seinfeld?

In “The Pez Dispenser,” Jerry drinks Diet Coke, but later in the same episode, he drinks Diet Pepsi.

What is Bo smell Seinfeld?

Let me offer this, BO is actually a reference to the smell of pot smoke.

Was Seinfeld filmed in front of a live audience?

Seinfeld recorded most scenes in front of live-studio audiences and in those scenes, the audiences’ laughs and reactions were used on the show – which kind of proves that many Seinfeld scenes were genuinely funny because the audience laughed without being prompted to.

What is beef a RINO?

In initial drafts of the episode’s script, Kramer fed the horse excessive amounts of Chef Boyardee Beefaroni, causing its flatulence. However, Boyardee refused to allow their product to be portrayed in such a fashion, leading to the creation of the fictional product “Beef-a-reeno”.