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Episode 18: The Note

The Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast

Release Date: 04/13/2018

Episode 63: The Sniffing Accountant show art Episode 63: The Sniffing Accountant

The Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast

Here's to feeling good all the time.  Kramer is in league with Jerry and Newman as they try to gain evidence to see if their accountant is indeed using their money to buy cocaine, for Jerry witnessed the dude doing a lot of sniffing when he saw him at Monk's.  And Elaine is exclamation point happy!!!!   Write to us at feathersandfoes@gmail.com or on Twitter @4ThatRule        

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Episode 62: The Glasses show art Episode 62: The Glasses

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The Four Who Rule are starting the Break Bad: George swapping women's glasses with an unknowing man who happens to be blind, and Jerry not showing any concern to Elaine's issue with being bitten by a dog or the possibilities of having rabies   Write to us at feathersandfoes@gmail.com or @4thatrule on Twitter.  

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Episode 61: The Puffy Shirt show art Episode 61: The Puffy Shirt

The Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast

Ashford and April discuss episode 2 of season 5, the Puffy Shirt, written by Larry David, who received an Emmy for Outstanding Script in a Comedy Series.  Yea!  Kramer is dating a low talker, George has moved in with his parents, which later leads him into becoming a well paid hand model, and Jerry and Elaine are caught up in a Puffy Shirt debacle.  Tune in and listen to the Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast.  e-mail us at feathersandfoes@gmail.com    

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Episode 60 The Mango show art Episode 60 The Mango

The Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast

Fake. Fake. Fake.  Seinfeld explores the Mango and how to trigger certain parts of the human anatomy.  George thinks he has found the right one, but he squanders it, and Kramer gets banned from a produce market.  Write to us at feathersandfoes@gmail.com    

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Episode 59: The Pilot show art Episode 59: The Pilot

The Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast

Hey, it's really happening.  The pilot, Jerry, is getting made.  Not quite bizarro world.  More like La La Land.  

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Episode 58: The Handicap Spot show art Episode 58: The Handicap Spot

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You gotta love the Drake!  The Gang of Four set out to do the right thing, but in the process, PROBLEMATIC events occur.  Whew.  Listen to Ashford and April's take on this one.  

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#Seinfeld Episode 57: The Smelly Car show art #Seinfeld Episode 57: The Smelly Car

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Jerry and Elaine are affected with B.O.  George is having his Chasing Amy moment with Susan, and Kramer is...Kramer.  

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Episode 57: The Junior Mint show art Episode 57: The Junior Mint

The Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast

George gets emotional with the holiday movie, Home Alone, Jerry can't recall the name of the woman he's dating, Kramer is the perfect salesman for any product, and Elaine is looking at an old flame in a new way.   Write to us @4ThatRule on Twitter or the website, www.wrightonnetwork.com    

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Episode 55: The Four Who Rule (A #Seinfeld Podcast) show art Episode 55: The Four Who Rule (A #Seinfeld Podcast)

The Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast

Jerry sends Elaine, the Implant to "check out" Sidra's breasts to see if they are real or not.  Sounds wild, right?  Also, George finds a new low by attending a funeral to advance his status in a romantic relationship.  This episode has the despicable four really doing some far out stuff. Write to us on the website here, or on Twitter: @4thatRule    

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Episode 54: The Old Man show art Episode 54: The Old Man

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3 out of the gang of Four decide to volunteer to visit and hang out with senior citizens.  Seems easy enough, right?  Wrong.  Folks are getting bit, walked out on, and attacked on this episode titled, The Old Man.  Write to us at www.wrightonnetwork.com or featherandfoes@gmail.com    

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The season opener for the 3rd series is the Note, written by Larry David.  Receiving a massage from a man, George really questions himself, while receiving no help or support from his friends.  Great open to the season.  As a viewer, one can really tell that the show took a leap forward.  Even Jerry in the opening scene, giving virtually a routine/bit/monologue to the massage therapist, scares her off with his morose, creep factor banter about abducted children.  Seinfeld's performance while giving the monologue was quite good.

Let us know your "What is the Deal?"  And when is the last time you got the "Hook Up"?

e-mail Erin and Ashford at feathersandfoes@gmail.com