Seinfeld: The Chairs

Nov 7 22:00 2004 Alex Reidiboim and Martin Winer Print This Article

Scene 1: George and Jerry are at the diner having lunch. Jerry eats his sandwich while George stares blankly at the coffee in front of ... I don't approve of ... How could you not ap

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George and Jerry are at the diner having lunch. Jerry eats his sandwich while George stares blankly at the coffee in front of him.
George: I don't approve of coffee.
Jerry: How could you not approve of coffee?
George: Well it's not so much coffee it's that whole Juan Valdez thing. Talk about cruelty to animals.
Jerry: Cruelty to animals? They make coffee out of beans... beans don't have feelings.
George: It's not the beans it's the donkey.
Jerry: The donkey?
George: Yah,Guest Posting have you noticed on the coffee package that Juan Valdez's mule doesn't look very happy?
Jerry: I don't want to know how you can tell when a mule is happy... Hang on a second, you drink coffee all the time.
George: I am in to passive resistance. I enlighten others as to the ills of our society hoping that they will do something about it. This is my niche in life.

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