Reception[ edit ] This episode gained a Nielsen rating of That being said if she really wanted to preserve a friendship so strong that he kept flippers and goggles at her house, she probably should have just shut up and continued living her life of lies. We're at the point where we're very used to Kramer's general weirdness but still wondering how it'll be specifically applied this week, and him rejecting the peach and trying to get restitution is one of those plots that makes such logical sense from a Kramer point of view. This is like a taste explosion! But then again I'm an enigma. I probably would. Jerry's stuff with Amy Gunn isn't bad, but the joke wears thin kind of quickly. Man, we start off the season strong. Oh so what I'm going to buy all your fruit now? You're returning used fruit? Oh good. A sullen George in bed with Karen Back home, George complains about his malfunctioning equipment and blames Jerry for psyching him out about Karen faking it. Kramer offers to help, but Jerry, appalled, declines. Oooh that. And get some plantains. Elaine is sitting there, jaw opened shaking her head yes Well you know, if it's enough all ready and I just wanna get some sleep. I hate 'em! Kramer enters and manages to convince Jerry to buy fruit from him, but Joe recognizes Kramer's peculiar shopping list and bans him too. Oh friendship You wouldn't even have any teeth if it wasn't for me dragging you to Joe's fruit stand and stuffing cantaloupe down your throat! You're worried I'll be able to do it aren't you?
Kramer exits JOE: Because it's no good. Jerry is banned when Joe realizes he is shopping for Kramer. Again just a great example of Seinfeld taking a subject that could easily be crass and handling it with class. A great way to start Season 5 with more topics that have been unheard of at this time on prime time TV. I think if it is clearly poor quality immediately after purchase you can at least have a conversation about it. Jerry and Elaine lie in bed as well, with Elaine reading a magazine and Jerry looking distraught. Plus, Joe is tremendous in his scenes. When a man swaggers and tells his neighbor that he could have helped him out with female orgasms by giving him pointers, you hand him the episode and call it a day. We kick off season five with a fairly strong episode that delivered some classic lines and reminded us why this show is so damn good. Jerry, what am I gonna do for fruit? I guarantee you fifteen minutes, I can make it happen! Oh come on, Jerry. It's just such an incredible skill. I'm not sure if such a thing was commonplace on network TV, and this was the first episode after Seinfeld took Cheers' plumb timeslot at 9 p. Unlike season four, there isn't really a throughline plot this year, like the Jerry pilot was last year, at least not to my memory. He makes the peaches. The orgasm stuff dominated the episode, but I got more laughs from the fruit story. I probably would. I love her Jerry, she's so authentic. Hey listen, if I give you money would you go out and get me some fruit? No, I don't want your business and from this moment you're banned from the store, you're banned! Particularly the risotto reaction cut back to back with Elaine making love to her chocolate sundae. The goal is to rewatch the entire series chronologically to see what truly worked, what still holds up today, what feels just a bit dated and yada, yada, yada it will be a great time. George then freaks out and wonders if she had faked all of her orgasms with him. They're mysterious little fellows aren't they?
This is a taste explosion! No, I don't want your business and from this moment you're banned from the store, you're banned! You have a very contented air over there. Or, "We're with you, Aquaboy! No that's it Ummm, have you ever Wherever she works throughout the series, her desk is always a mess. I'm very satisfied. I-I'm sure if you weren't satisfied you would probably say something wouldn't you? Jerry's dismay at learning Elaine faked her orgasms when they were together. Enjoy the ride, Georgie Boy. Is that an expression? Best Storyline JT: I probably would. They wouldn't serve you anymore!
Plus it played into the great payoff at the end with the mango fueled sexual dominance of Costanza. Orgasm this, orgasm that. Elaine and Jerry bitterly trade some snorkeling gear and poker chips and as Elaine leaves she decides to give Jerry his 30 minutes, in order to save their friendship. I hate 'em! Another shot, I want another shot. The orgasm stuff dominated the episode, but I got more laughs from the fruit story. A "The Glasses" "The Mango" has just the two dovetailing plots, but "The Glasses" is a great multi-stranded thing, with lots of little plots bouncing off each other beautifully. Oh my god, I think it moved. The goal is to rewatch the entire series chronologically to see what truly worked, what still holds up today, what feels just a bit dated and yada, yada, yada it will be a great time. But he doesn't like the supermarket. Hey, enough already, the man just wants to go to bed. Funny dialogue about everyday things, weird subplots with Kramer, and a nice ending make for an easy watch. He's got two showcase scenes this episode that just crack me up, one that's a maniacal monologue and one that's just a simple bit of physical comedy.
Funny dialogue about everyday things, weird subplots with Kramer, and a nice ending make for an easy watch. Oh come on, Jerry. You're worried I'll be able to do it aren't you? You know it happens to everybody. In a vacuum, this could be graded higher but on the accelerated Seinfeld Scale, it checks in at just very, very good. But it doesn't matter, because "The Mango" is extremely funny. That guy was eyeballing me the whole time. I don't know what's going on with the Papayas! My personal preference has always been for season four, but I'm looking forward to the big rewatch nonetheless! This woman needs a better filing system. George is an idiot for doubting her orgasms because just the fact that she was willing to lay naked in a bed next to him should be enough to keep his mouth shut. Oh my god, I think it moved. It's just such an incredible skill. That's it, that's it. The opening sequence where Jerry and George equate the level in which you clean your apartment to the level of feelings you have for a woman is a perfect example of a great Seinfeld discussion. You're not still thinking about that are you? Oh friendship I gotta go with Jerry here. He makes the peaches. Also, his prescription goggles get some good lines out of Jerry. Kramer enjoys a good piece of fruit and it bothers him when Joe bans him from the store. But the other Kramer bit in this episode I love is him bringing in the air conditioner. Everything was economical and had the feel of some of their great episodes where every single bit of dialogue either made you laugh or tied the plots together. They wouldn't serve you anymore! Plus it played into the great payoff at the end with the mango fueled sexual dominance of Costanza. We won't ruin the friendship. I really believe everything is actually happening to her. I hate 'em! Ethical Dilemma of the Week JT:
They took a topic they could have taken some heat for and wove a tight hilarious episode out of it. It is now. Larry David and Lawrence H. You and Elaine! We really get to see how much Jerry and Elaine care about each other in their own little way. He dismisses Karen's writhing and moaning as a perfectly good performance. Really strong start to the season. We can't do that, it would ruin our friendship. Well you know, we had a fight over the peach and Sometimes I think it would be easier to bend a spoon mentally than to make that transformation. George is never a good flirter, but watching him flirt with her at the dinner table almost had me with my hands over my eyes, especially his creepy giggle to suggest sex.
Wanna get some pizza? That being said if she really wanted to preserve a friendship so strong that he kept flippers and goggles at her house, she probably should have just shut up and continued living her life of lies. Jerry's stuff with Amy Gunn isn't bad, but the joke wears thin kind of quickly. The whole discussion about how no one knows what to do down there is also painfully honest. Well no, I feel full after the Risotto. So what do you want me to do? Are you satisfied? He then tells her that her faking was a bit silly, which infuriates Karen because she was not faking it, causing her to kick him out of her apartment. He then thanks her and hints that she didn't need to fake it that time. Well you know, if it's enough already and I just wanna get some sleep. Oooh no, I don't think so. Elaine gives in to letting Jerry have sex with her, after concluding it will destroy their friendship if they don't. This leads to him being banned from the store after he insults the owner, Joe. His episode long quest to prove he could bring a woman to orgasm brought him down to Costanza levels, calling ex girlfriends and begging Elaine for another shot. I gotta go with Jerry here. You wanna go see that new Meryl Streep movie? We get a taste of how George incorporates food with sex when he gets aroused from the piece of mango. Hey, enough already, the man just wants to go to bed. An upset Kramer Back at this apartment, Jerry mopes about Elaine's revelation.
George eats the mango and believes his equipment has gotten its spark back. They're mysterious little fellows aren't they? Final Grade: But he had a problem with that. But he had a problem with that. You wanna go see that new Meryl Streep movie? Jerry and Elaine lie in bed as well, with Elaine reading a magazine and Jerry looking distraught. That guy was eyeballing me the whole time. Did Kramer fuck the mango? Plus it played into the great payoff at the end with the mango fueled sexual dominance of Costanza. Wherever she works throughout the series, her desk is always a mess. I always like episodes where they toy with each other over their past. The miracle is that it ever happens. Karin is one of my favorite George girlfriends. Maybe this rewatch was a bad idea. She woke me up a few times. The orgasms for sure. Because it's no good. Advertisement Everything else about this episode is good, too, like Elaine's freakouts, the air conditioner falling from the window and Kramer failing to catch it, and George taking advantage of the blind guy in the gym, but it's not the most memorable episode for whatever reason. I want restitution.
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