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The Revenge (Seinfeld): Quiz


Question 1: "The Revenge (Seinfeld)" at the ________
Internet Movie DatabaseBox Office

Question 2: [2][3] Both Knight's and David's dialogue were included on the Seinfeld: Volume 1 ________ boxset.
LaserdiscBlu-ray DiscDVDHD DVD

Question 3: [3] Louis-Dreyfus later stated that she and Alexander immediately had "some sort of ________ with one another comedically, and [she] really relished that."[7]
LatinGregg shorthandShorthandGerman language

Question 4: [2] Patrika Darbo, who played George's co-worker Glenda, would reappear later in the season five episode "________" as a woman Newman flirts with.
The Cigar Store IndianThe MangoThe Sniffing AccountantCosmo Kramer

Question 5: [2][3] In that scene, he would have explained to Jerry and Kramer that he jumped from the roof, but an ________ broke his fall, though Jerry and Kramer would remain skeptical.
Framing (construction)AwningIronAluminium

Question 6: Meanwhile, Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) and his neighbour ________ (Michael Richards) get even with a laundromat owner—who they believe has stolen money from Jerry—by pouring cement into one of his washing machines.
Cosmo KramerGeorge CostanzaThe Finale (Seinfeld)Elaine Benes

Question 7: [2] Initially, during Jerry and George's conversation about jobs, George mentions ________, when they discuss George being a talkshow host.
Burt ReynoldsSharon OsbourneJerry SpringerRegis Philbin

Question 8: When first broadcast in the United States, the episode gained a ________ of 14.4/24 and was met with positive response from critics.
1960 in television2009 in American television2008 in televisionNielsen ratings

Question 9: [2] George's storyline in the episode is based on David's own experiences while a writer at ________.
Saturday Night Live castRecurring Saturday Night Live characters and sketchesSaturday Night LiveRecurring Saturday Night Live characters and sketches (listed chronologically)

Question 10: [3][5][6] George's reason for quitting was inspired by Seinfeld writer ________' use of the private restroom in Seinfeld and David's office instead of the public one.
Larry CharlesLarry DavidJames L. BrooksPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing – Comedy Series


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