George Quote #1135

Quote from George in The Gum

Kramer: You're really helping me out with this, buddy. Kids are gonna be so thrilled.
George: Yeah, yeah. You really cashed in on that favor pretty quick.
Kramer: Remember, you're a king, you must project a Royal bearing.
George: Oh, I'm gonna give you a Royal bearing. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Let me get a pack of gum here. [at the stand] Can I get a pack of gum, please?
Newstand Owner: I beg your pardon, your majesty, but we don't accept bills with lipstick on the president.
George: What? Huh, so I had it all along. How d'you like that? [snorts] I guess I owe that cashier an apology.
[Deena walks down the street and sees George in the Henry VIII costume]
Deena: Oh my God!
George: No, no. Deena, it's not what you think. Th... This isn't mine. I got it from the Institute. The Institute!


 ‘The Gum’ Quotes

Quote from Kramer

Kramer: Well, it's the latest offering from the Alex Theater.
Jerry: That stinky old movie-house?
Kramer: Well, you should smell it now. We fixed up the place.
George: With Spartacus?
Kramer: Well, it's a rare archival print. Twelve extra minutes, full wide-screen CinemaScope, and if you come to the one o'clock show, you can hear Jeffrey Harharwood.
Jerry: Jeffrey who?
Kramer: Harharwood, Jerry. He was the assistant wardrobe man on Spartacus. Some fascinating insights into the production.
George: Why would I spend seven dollars to see a movie that I could watch on TV?
Kramer: Well, why go to a fine restaurant, when you can just stick something in the microwave? Why go to the park and fly a kite, when you can just pop a pill?

Quote from George

George: Hey, Mr Lazzari.
Pop Lazzari: Back in the old neighborhood, eh?
George: Yeah, yeah. Just delivering some presents to my folks.
Pop Lazzari: Oh, snazzy car. Le Baron?
George: Yeah, '83. Used to belong to John Voight.
Pop Lazzari: The actor, right?
George: Something like that.

Quote from Kramer

Kramer: The Alex was built in 1922, during the golden era of movie palaces. Minor restorations in 1941, '47, '52, '58, '63, and currently to our present period of time.
Elaine: Boy, you're really getting into this aren't you?
Kramer: Yes. Yes, I am.