(Starts flipping through envelopes, reads one ) "Have you seen me? (looks at next envelope) Woah, something from Whatley. GEORGE: Hey, at least I'm bringing something to this. GEORGE: (Reading the card from Whatley) "This holiday season a donation has been made in your name to the Children's Alliance."? The Jerry, Elaine and Kramer plots are fairly lackluster, although they come together rather nicely in the end (and there are no complaints when Tim Whatley shows up).But the Human Fund and the Costanza tradition are both "Seinfeld" greatest hits, and this is pretty much a series of Frank Costanza tirades, which is priceless.
He invites Kruger over to celebrate "Festivus" when he can't cash the 20,000 dollar charity check to "the human fund".Lapine also filed a defamation lawsuit against Jerry after he poked fun at Lapine's allegations in a now-famous 2007 interview with David Letterman. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan ruled in favor of Jessica in her ongoing copyright and trademark dispute with Lapine, saying, "Stockpiling vegetable purees for covert use in children's food is an idea that cannot be copyrighted." Less than a year later, Lapine's defamation lawsuit against Jerry was thrown out of court after the court ruled it would have been "inconceivable that a reasonable viewer would have believed that Seinfeld's statements [on the showing the actor firing off racist obscenities at a heckler during a stand-up routine at the Laugh Factory in West Hollywood, CA. Richards later apologized via satellite on an episode of the , on which Seinfeld was a guest.Although it took a little over three years to happen, Seinfeld and his wife were ultimately cleared in their respective lawsuits. "I lost my temper onstage," Richards said during a long-winded and admittedly awkward apology. GEORGE: I'm gonna get some more of these kosher cocktail franks.. (sees a guy looking at her) I got denim vest checking me out. (Tim holds up a mistletoe) TIM: (Suggesting a kiss to Elaine) eh? (they both move off camera) ELAINE: This place is like Studio 54 with a menorah.