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Seinfeld reference... hillarious!


I just caught the Seinfeld episode that makes reference to WaB's II. (that's right, I shortened it, wanna fight about it?)

Kramer: what you need is some summertime adolescent hijinks... here!
Elaine: weekend at bernies 2

Elaine (later, watching film): Come ON already... He's DEAD, you morons!

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Yeah, "The Comeback" (Season 8)
I laughed at that part as well.



Jerry: "Elaine, I payed $200 for this racket, cause he said it's the only one he played with. He could have played just as well with a log!"

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I like when she says, "How long is this weekend anyway [looks at the back of the movie box] ... OIY!"

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i love when she meets "vincent"


lol

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shame on her for bringing a teenager liquor and dirty magazines, lol!

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who cares if they referenced it in seinfeld. get over it.

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No, I'm not over it. Nope. Never will be. It shapes my life that there was a reference to "Weekend At Bernie's II" on a Seinfeld episode. I think about it every day ...

If you haven't noticed yet I'm being sarcastic. Lighten up, it's a thread on an Internet message board. Does it bother you that much that there's a reference thread on the "Weekend At Bernie's II" board? Get over it yourself.

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Does it bother you that much that there's a reference thread on the "Weekend At Bernie's II" board?




Things are more moderner than before... San Dimas High School football rules!

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"Come ON already... He's DEAD, you morons!"

What I find interesting is that Elaine's reaction is highly appropriate for the first film, but it hardly fits anything from the second film, which is supposedly what she's watching. I wonder if the Seinfeld writers actually had seen WAB II, or if they were just assuming it was a rehash of the first WAB.

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Also funny that Tom Wright (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0942875/?ref_=tt_cl_t6) plays in it.
I thought he looked really familiar, he played Morgan in Seinfeld, George's colleague at the Yankees Stadium.

Here is a blooper with him and Jason http://youtu.be/CPV_LCRPJkI?t=16m50s

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