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Jerry encourages him to just do it quickly, just like taking off a band-aid.He finally works up the gumption to do it but forgets a few books at her apartment and asks Jerry to get them for him.Be sure to give us your favorites in the comments below, as there are plenty more to choose from!"The sea was angry that day, my friends..." - George On its own, "The Marine Biologist" has a lot going for it -- including a bit where Jerry convinces Elaine that the original title for War and Peace was actually "War: What is it Good For." But most fans will remember George's epic closing monologue recounting his unlikely rescue of a beached whale.I know I'm probably in the minority here, but I've always preferred the early seasons over the last ones and I know they are imperfect and the creators are still trying to catch the tone and style, but there is a sense of creativity, of wanting to do something unique.



From relationships breakups to dating with a friend's ex girlfriend to even minor story lines like Elaine's (a situation a could definitely see myself experiencing) or Jerry's stand up bits.The only things that hold this episode from being truly great for me is the underusage of Kramer (though he wasn't that prevalent on this early episodes) and a couple of odd serious scenes that really feel most un-seinfeld.Nevertheless, this is Seinfeld's sixth episode ever and it is astounding that they already have a clear sense of purpose even if they don't match with style or tone.Soon Jerry is under Marlene's spell, wanting her and wanting to break up with her at the same time.

Elaine meanwhile is growing increasingly annoyed with one of her neighbors who won't acknowledge her when they pass each other in the building.

Really, it's a testament to the four main characters that such a straightforward premise was able fuel an entire episode, but that's part of what makes "The Parking Garage" a classic.