Michael: At the last curtain call made the gesture of "being quiet" with my finger to my mouth. That was my signal to the house and to those around us--an to myself--that there would be no more words from Kramer.
Julia: Elaine was someone who single women laughed at because she wrestled with her worst secrets and biggest fears. Let's face it, she embodied lots of problems. In fact she was a jerk. Anyone who chooses Elaine as a role model should be in therapy.
Jason: When people reflected on their own lives in comparison to George's, they felt pretty good. They could tune in and see it was far worse for this poor slob. In a sick way that was comforting.
Jerry: After nine years, how do you say good-bye to the experience, the people, the accomplishments? Emotionally, I just hoped not to get crushed, yet all the while I knew I would.
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...as pleasingly unsentimental as the "no hugging, no learning" sitcom ever was. -- Entertainment Weekly, Kristen Baldwin
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Book Description It Books, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110060953284