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  • 1. 

    Which movie title does not appear on Seinfeld?

    • A.

      Sacklunch

    • B.

      Cry, Cry Again.

    • C.

      Rochelle, Rochelle

    • D.

      Death Storm

    Correct Answer
    D. Death Storm
    Explanation
    The movie title "Death Storm" does not appear on Seinfeld. The other three movie titles, "Sacklunch," "Cry, Cry Again," and "Rochelle, Rochelle" are all referenced or mentioned in various episodes of the show.

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  • 2. 

    Which former US president is the namesake of the New York street gang that harasses George after he disqualifies a student from the Foundation’s first scholarship?

    • A.

      Martin Van Buren

    • B.

      Herbert Hoover

    • C.

      Ulysses S. Grant

    • D.

      Woodrow Wilson

    Correct Answer
    A. Martin Van Buren
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Martin Van Buren. The question is asking which former US president is the namesake of the New York street gang that harasses George. By process of elimination, we can determine that Herbert Hoover, Ulysses S. Grant, and Woodrow Wilson are not the correct answers. Martin Van Buren is the only remaining option and therefore must be the correct answer.

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  • 3. 

    What typo in a game of Trivial Pursuit sent the Bubble Boy into a fit of rage?

    • A.

      The Marooms

    • B.

      The Moops

    • C.

      The Muslins

    • D.

      The Maupitanians

    Correct Answer
    B. The Moops
    Explanation
    In a game of Trivial Pursuit, the Bubble Boy got enraged because of a typo that mentioned "The Moops" instead of the correct answer. This typo caused the Bubble Boy to react angrily, possibly because it affected his chances of winning or because he was a stickler for accuracy.

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  • 4. 

    Which is not an alias of a Seinfeld character?

    • A.

      Art Vandelay

    • B.

      Dr. Van Nostrand

    • C.

      Mel Larnsen

    • D.

      H.E. Pennypacker

    Correct Answer
    C. Mel Larnsen
    Explanation
    Mel Larnsen is not an alias of a Seinfeld character. In the sitcom Seinfeld, Art Vandelay is an alias used by George Costanza, Dr. Van Nostrand is an alias used by Kramer, and H.E. Pennypacker is an alias used by Jerry. However, there is no character named Mel Larnsen in the show.

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  • 5. 

    What doesn’t Elaine’s boyfriend Billy say to prove to her that he’s Spongeworthy? 

    • A.

      I’m quite good at it

    • B.

      I’m going to trim my sideburns

    • C.

      I cleaned my bathroom this morning – it’s spotless

    • D.

      I read a lot of non-fiction

    Correct Answer
    D. I read a lot of non-fiction
  • 6. 

    How does George describe Elaine’s dancing?

    • A.

      A mule getting stung by a bee

    • B.

      A feral alley cat trying to shake off fleas

    • C.

      A full body dry heave set to music

    • D.

      A goose-stepping soldier having a stroke

    Correct Answer
    C. A full body dry heave set to music
    Explanation
    George describes Elaine's dancing as a full body dry heave set to music. This implies that George finds Elaine's dancing to be extremely uncoordinated and unpleasant to watch. The comparison to a dry heave suggests that her movements are jerky and involuntary, lacking any grace or rhythm. The addition of "set to music" emphasizes the absurdity and awkwardness of her dancing style.

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  • 7. 

    Which Seinfeld Character never appeared on screen? 

    • A.

      Izzy Mandelbaum

    • B.

      Joe Mayo

    • C.

      Franklin Delano Romanowski, aka "FDR,"

    • D.

      Bob Sacamano

    Correct Answer
    D. Bob Sacamano
    Explanation
    Bob Sacamano is the correct answer because although he is frequently mentioned by the characters in Seinfeld, he never actually appears on screen throughout the entire series. Despite being a close friend of Kramer's and being involved in various outrageous situations, Bob Sacamano remains an unseen character, adding to the comedic element of the show.

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  • 8. 

    How do George and Jerry take a vacation from themselves one summer?

    • A.

      Wear hats

    • B.

      Wear cowboy boots

    • C.

      Change the way they walked

    • D.

      Grow mustaches

    Correct Answer
    D. Grow mustaches
    Explanation
    George and Jerry take a vacation from themselves one summer by growing mustaches. This implies that they are trying to change their appearance and perhaps adopt a different persona or identity for a while. Growing mustaches can be seen as a way to physically alter their looks and temporarily escape from their usual selves.

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  • 9. 

    Why did Jake Jarmel break up with Elaine in “The Opposite”?

    • A.

      Because she stopped to buy jujyfruits before visiting him in the hospital

    • B.

      Because she broke his unique glasses frames from Malaysia

    • C.

      Because Jerry told one of his bandmates that he and Elaine were “pretty hot and heavy”

    • D.

      Because her hair smelled like body odor

    Correct Answer
    A. Because she stopped to buy jujyfruits before visiting him in the hospital
  • 10. 

    What candy does Elaine give to a co-worker who silently sidles up to her in the office, taking credit for her work. 

    • A.

      Gumballs

    • B.

      Tic Tacs

    • C.

      Junior Mints

    • D.

      Nerds

    Correct Answer
    B. Tic Tacs
    Explanation
    Elaine gives Tic Tacs to her co-worker who silently sidles up to her in the office and takes credit for her work. Tic Tacs are small, discreet candies that can be easily consumed without drawing attention. By giving Tic Tacs, Elaine subtly implies that her co-worker's behavior is unnoticeable and insignificant, just like the small candy.

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  • 11. 

    What animal does George believe humans “have a deal” with in traffic

    • A.

      Cats

    • B.

      Pigeons

    • C.

      Squirrels

    • D.

      Horses

    Correct Answer
    B. Pigeons
    Explanation
    George believes that humans "have a deal" with pigeons in traffic. This suggests that George thinks pigeons have adapted to the urban environment and have learned to navigate traffic and interact with humans in some way. This could be because pigeons are commonly found in urban areas and are often seen crossing roads or perching on cars without much fear. Additionally, pigeons are known to be intelligent and adaptable birds, which may explain why George believes they have a unique relationship with humans in traffic.

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  • 12. 

    What does Jerry dose Celia with in order to play with her toy collection? 

    • A.

      Chloroform

    • B.

      Wine and Turkey

    • C.

      Ambien

    • D.

      Marijuana

    Correct Answer
    B. Wine and Turkey
    Explanation
    Jerry doses Celia with wine and turkey in order to play with her toy collection. This combination of alcohol and a sedative like turkey can induce drowsiness and relaxation, making Celia more susceptible to Jerry's manipulation and control.

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  • 13. 

    When George re-gifts the cashmere sweater with the red dot to the cleaning lady in his office, she launches into an emotional story about a brutish man in her home country. What country was it?

    • A.

      Belarus

    • B.

      Ecuador

    • C.

      Panama

    • D.

      Belize

    Correct Answer
    C. Panama
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Panama. This can be inferred from the fact that the cleaning lady in George's office tells a story about a brutish man in her home country after receiving the cashmere sweater with the red dot. Since Panama is one of the options given and it is mentioned in the context of the story, it can be concluded that the story is related to Panama.

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  • 14. 

    Which of these phrases does the gang not use to describe their continued success in “The Contest”?

    • A.

      Lord of Manor

    • B.

      The Queen of the Castle

    • C.

      Master of your domain

    • D.

      Earl of the Estate

    Correct Answer
    D. Earl of the Estate
    Explanation
    In the episode "The Contest" of the TV show, Seinfeld, the gang uses various phrases to describe their continued success. However, "Earl of the Estate" is not one of those phrases.

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  • 15. 

    Who does Elaine meet at the gym that makes her cave in “The Contest”

    • A.

      George Clooney

    • B.

      Keith Hernandez

    • C.

      John F. Kennedy Jr.

    • D.

      Ralph Fiennes

    Correct Answer
    C. John F. Kennedy Jr.
    Explanation
    In the episode "The Contest" of the TV show Seinfeld, Elaine meets John F. Kennedy Jr. at the gym. This encounter proves to be too irresistible for Elaine, causing her to cave in and break her commitment to participate in the contest.

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  • 16. 

    What’s the combination to Elaine’s vault?

    • A.

      Peach Schnapps

    • B.

      Gin

    • C.

      Lemon Vodka

    • D.

      Whiskey

    Correct Answer
    A. Peach Schnapps
    Explanation
    The combination to Elaine's vault is Peach Schnapps because it is the first item mentioned in the list.

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  • 17. 

    Where was Kramer when he slipped and fell in mud, ruining the very pants he was about to return?

    • A.

      Walking through the subway tunnel

    • B.

      In the sewer

    • C.

      Walking over the Brooklyn Bridge

    • D.

      At 89th and Columbus

    Correct Answer
    A. Walking through the subway tunnel
    Explanation
    Kramer was walking through the subway tunnel when he slipped and fell in mud, ruining the very pants he was about to return.

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  • 18. 

    Which of these things wasn’t something about Puddy that annoyed Elaine?

    • A.

      Believing in God

    • B.

      Staring at nothing on an airplane

    • C.

      His various odd jackets

    • D.

      Being a grease monkey

    Correct Answer
    D. Being a grease monkey
    Explanation
    Elaine was annoyed by several things about Puddy, including his belief in God, his habit of staring at nothing on an airplane, and his various odd jackets. However, being a grease monkey was not something that annoyed her. This suggests that she either didn't mind or was possibly even attracted to his occupation or interest in cars.

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  • 19. 

    What was the name of the hardboiled  Library Detective?

    • A.

      Lt. Booksky

    • B.

      Lt. Bookberg

    • C.

      Lt. Bookman

    • D.

      Lt. Bookfield

    Correct Answer
    C. Lt. Bookman
    Explanation
    Lt. Bookman is the correct answer because the question asks for the name of the hardboiled Library Detective, and out of the given options, Lt. Bookman is the only name that fits this description.

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  • 20. 

    What does George think is better than Wine?

    • A.

      Dr. Pepper

    • B.

      Pepsi

    • C.

      Orange juice

    • D.

      Grape Soda

    Correct Answer
    B. Pepsi
    Explanation
    George thinks that Pepsi is better than wine.

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  • 21. 

    No bagel, no bagel, no bagel! Kramer was on strike for 12 years from his job at this bagel shop.  

    • A.

      The Bagel Hole

    • B.

      H&H Bagels

    • C.

      David’s Bagels

    • D.

      Bagel Oasis

    Correct Answer
    B. H&H Bagels
    Explanation
    Kramer's strike at the bagel shop lasted for 12 years, implying that he was associated with a well-known and established bagel shop. Among the options provided, H&H Bagels is the most famous and recognizable bagel shop. Therefore, it is the likely answer.

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  • 22. 

     Which character did not become obsessed with Elaine?

    • A.

      The stationary store guy

    • B.

      Crazy Joe Davola

    • C.

      Kenny Bania

    • D.

      Russell Dalrymple

    Correct Answer
    C. Kenny Bania
    Explanation
    Kenny Bania did not become obsessed with Elaine. Throughout the series, Bania is portrayed as a comedian who constantly tries to befriend Jerry and take advantage of his success. However, there is no indication that Bania ever becomes obsessed with Elaine or shows any excessive interest in her.

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  • 23. 

    Which tradition isn’t part of Festivus?

    • A.

      Feats of Strength

    • B.

      The Airing of Grievances

    • C.

      The Exchanging of Handshakes

    • D.

      The Festivus Pole

    Correct Answer
    C. The Exchanging of Handshakes
    Explanation
    The tradition of "The Exchanging of Handshakes" is not part of Festivus. Festivus is a secular holiday that originated from the sitcom Seinfeld, and it includes traditions such as the Airing of Grievances, where people gather to express their complaints, and the Feats of Strength, which involves physical challenges. The Festivus Pole is also a significant symbol of the holiday. However, there is no mention or tradition of exchanging handshakes in Festivus.

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  • 24. 

    Jerry didn’t know the name of a woman he was dating – but knew it rhymed with a female body part. What was her name? 

    • A.

      Mulva

    • B.

      Celeste

    • C.

      Regina

    • D.

      Dolores

    Correct Answer
    D. Dolores
    Explanation
    Jerry didn't know the name of the woman he was dating but knew it rhymed with a female body part. Out of the given options, "Dolores" is the only name that rhymes with "clitoris," a female body part.

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  • 25. 

    Canadian actor Peter Keleghan – who also played the half-wit anchor Jim Walcott in The Newsroom – played this Seinfeld character, but was later replaced by another actor.

    • A.

      Lloyd Braun

    • B.

      Bob Cobb aka “The Maestro”

    • C.

      Jack Klompus

    • D.

      Mr. Wilhelm

    Correct Answer
    A. Lloyd Braun
    Explanation
    Peter Keleghan played the character Lloyd Braun in Seinfeld but was later replaced by another actor. Lloyd Braun is known for his eccentric behavior and his rivalry with George Costanza.

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  • 26. 

    Jerry’s girlfriend, Sgt. Cathy, straps him to a lie detector test to prove he secretly watches which hit 90s series.

    • A.

      Party of Five

    • B.

      Melrose Place

    • C.

      90210

    • D.

      Saved By The Bell

    Correct Answer
    B. Melrose Place
    Explanation
    Jerry's girlfriend, Sgt. Cathy, straps him to a lie detector test to prove he secretly watches "Melrose Place," a hit 90s series. This suggests that Jerry has been denying his interest in the show, but the lie detector test reveals the truth. "Melrose Place" was a popular show in the 90s, and Jerry's secret enjoyment of it is exposed through the lie detector test.

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