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figure out why a man went on a rampage plowing through a walmart store. ktvu's robert handa is live in san jose where he talked with one of the victims today. robert? >> reporter: police say investigators tried to talk to the suspect today to try to find out more about the assault that took place at this store but at this point officers are still trying to make sense of it all. >> reporter: walmart employees did their best to return to normal following the events. haamid zaid crashed into a moving car in the parking lot and then under the influence of drugs drove through the store's front entrance. >> i thought it was road rage. >> reporter: the first victim said haamid zaid rammed her car twice. she said he zoomed past her, drove over the debris, towards
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the walmart. >> you could see from his eyes in the car he was not in control. after he started past me and headed for the store i am going he is headed for the store. >> reporter: you didn't see the car till after an explosion of stuff. he attacked a worker. customers reacted. >> i watched him hit a dude and i chased him. chased him around the store. got 7 people to take him down to the ground. >> thank god for the customers. it could have been more serious. >> reporter: she considers herself lucky. >> i am blessed to be safe. i am grateful that no one as a pedestrian was hurt. >> reporter: haamid zaid is expected to be in court tomorrow to face charges, including hit and run, and assault with a deadly weapon. the employee was hospitalized
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with non-life threatening injuries. in san jose, robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. looks good out there right now. the showers taperer off. into the afternoon, finding a few clouds over the mountains as well as the hills. that is really about it. after a few days of rain, this is what we have seen. two day totals by the national weather service, inch, more than that in san francisco, as well as santa rosa. inch in oakland. san jose south, 10th to 2/10. richmond isn't on there but they picked up an inch. much needed rain. and rain this morning. we are looking at a dry period for the next couple days.
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the after effect will be fog tomorrow. i will have more on that and i see more rain in the forecast, i will show you when coming up. you can find up to the minute weather news on we have radar maps posted for the area you live along with the five-day forecast. a body found burning last week was identified today. he is the son of the district attorney. he was found tuesday on a pedestrian over pass over highway 29. a sheriff's department spokesperson said the death is believed to be a suicide but the investigation hasn't been completed. police are investigating three killings that happened within 10 hours in east oakland. the first was reported at 10:00 a.m. yesterday morning. then after 4:00 p.m. there was a second homicide on international boulevard and
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around 8:00 p.m. another shooting was reported. all of the victims were men. their names haven't been released. the 19-year-old jacob valdiviezo is the man who was killed in san francisco's mission district. it happened at 3:00 a.m. when police say he was mistaken for a anything member. family said he just a-- gang member. family said he just arrived home from a spring break from college. two san francisco police officers are trying to lure young people out of gangs or prevent them from joining one in the first place. new tonight at 6:00 p.m. ktvu's eric rasmussen has more. >> reporter: these officers admit this is a up hill battle. gang members tend to do well
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but that is just one part of their strategy to make the streets safer. >> you see a lot of blue, that end, a lot of red. >> reporter: they say gangs are still a serious problem in san francisco's mission district. we attached two cameras to their car. >> he is in the program. >> reporter: within minutes they spotted someone on probation. >> you are not supposed to be hanging out. 5 seconds. is this the only place you can eat? >> reporter: they are offering more than just a warning. those who are willing can get help finding a job. >> we try to talk to them and get them going in a good way. you know, and put them on the right track. >> the officers have been running the program for a year and put about 20 former gang members to work. >> reporter: is there a chance some of the guys are taking jobs away from people who are
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not getting in trouble? >> no. the jobs that are out there that they are doing, you know, if a person wanted them they could take them but a lot are landscaping jobs. >> reaching out to kids and their families before they get recruited by gangs is just as important. >> it is not what it is cracked up to be. >> reporter: we got a chance to sit in on a meeting with the officers a13-year-old girl got a chance to hear from a former gang member who turned his life around. their message put family and education over everything. live in san francisco, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. new legislation would send drug sellers to state prisons. current law calls for county jails. the new law would send those
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convicted of selling to state prisons. the idea behind using local jails is to help low level offenders be rehabilitated. >> the long term prisoners are not on that path. they can't be. so i think it is a form of disruption. >> officials say the law would effect 40 inmates in county jail. bankruptcy judge granted stockton's petition for protection. the judge said the city has negotiated in good faith with its creditors. it will allow stockton to default on $165 million it borrowed in 2007 to pay pensions. it makes them the largest city in the country to enter bankruptcy. in two minutes. >> why hundreds hundreds of sea
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lions pups are being stranded. >> and why apple is saying sorry. >> and rosemary orozco will pinpoint the rain this week.
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new figs show -- figures show 11% of children have been diginosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, that is 6.4 million children between 4 and 17. the centers for disease control and prevention reports 2/3 have prescriptions for drugs. critics say the numbers show children are being over diagnosed and medicated to keep them calm. a law took effort today
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requiring doctors to notify women who are is mammograms if they have dense breast tissue. the more tissue the more dense the breast will be. it is associated with a higher risk of breast cancer. and it mandates they be informed on it could effect cancer risk. the head of apple wrote an apology letter. saying apple was sorry about company warrant policies in china. they have come under fire. some say the media blitz against apple in china was org straighted by the government. starving sea pups stranded along the california coast. ktvu's christien kafton talked
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to experts about causes of this. >> reporter: that's right. the center here has taken in 30 pups because centers in southern california are overwhelmed. but experts say it might not be too long before we see them showing up here in northern california on their own. >> reporter: it is feeding time at the center and the stranded sea lions can't eat fast enough. 900 have come assure in desperate need of help. >> they are dying on the beaches, and these are the lucky ones that found their way to the mainland. >> reporter: he says they should weigh 60 to 70 pounds each but they only weigh 20 pounds. >> they are going out and
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looking for fish and they are not finding enough. >> reporter: experts say we should see them stranding themselves along the northern california shorelines as well. >> we are bracing for a large influx to come within our area. >> reporter: visitors today say they are surprised to hear how bad it is this year. >> i didn't realize it was that large of a number this year. >> reporter: the center says the 38 sea lions are eating thane their re-- into their resources. they expect to go through 60,000 pounds of food this month. they are reaching out for donations and we have a link on just go to web links. live, christien kafton, ktvu
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channel 2 news. tesla sold more cars than expected in the 1st quarter and made a profit for the first time ever. in the 1st quarter it sold 4700 of its all electric model s cars. officials decided not to continue to make the cheapest version with a smaller battery because there isn't enough demand for it. the ceo is hinting he has more good news which he will reveal tomorrow. new figures suggest native californians may not vote as often as people who move to california from other states. 73% of californian born voters went to the polls last year, compared to 80% who were born last year. younger people vote less
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frequently. lawmakers are considering a bill to help medi-cal inturpters join a -- interrupters join a union and it will cost $10 million a year. opponents say they need to keep costs down and better manage money but supporters say the bill is needed. >> we are trying to make sure that any patient that does not speak english, no matter where they come from and they are here they will have interrupters in place to help them communicate. >> the need for interpreters is growing because more people will be joining medi-cal next year. new legislation would allow distillers to charge for tastings. current law forbits charging.
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the -- forbids charging. it would allow them to run tasting rooms in the same way as wineries are allowed to do. partly cloudy skies outside our doors at this hour as the storm that brought rain pushes off to the east. a live look here at ktvu, beautiful shot of the arena. to the east, a few clouds lingering over the hills. temperatures right now, not too bad. 50s in san francisco. 63 oakland. if you are headed to the a's, 50s at game time. 64 napa. 63 santa rosa. clouds over the north bay, near the mountains. i will show you where the storm lies, over nevada. we have been with this circulation all day long. it is easy to see how we see
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moisture and showers pop up time and time again. 500 miles out, this is the sign of the next storm that will bring rain. the center, a thousand miles out. we have a couple days and they will be nice days. in the short term fog may be the issue tomorrow morning. 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, clouds, patchy fog. 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. it is mixing out, sunshine tuesday. and afternoon highs will warm. it will feel good. wednesday, by the inning hours -- evening hours, high clouds, they are associated with that system. if it stays on its path, thursday morning, we have rain falling as you are headed out to work. we will track that for you between now and then. tonight, partly cloudy skies. fall developing over night.
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but tomorrow going to feel good. mostly sunny skies. temperature wise, 40s tomorrow morning about sun rise. 45 livermore. 47 fremont. into had afternoon, low 70s. 73 antioch. 60s around the bay. 73 in san francisco. extended forecast there, couple of good looking days. morning fog and wednesday afternoon an increase in the clouds. rain on thursday. friday looks dry but the weekend looks unsettled, a chance of rain on sunday. >> thank you. coming up at 7:00 p.m. bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36. >> what the family of bryan stow has to say today. >> google brings out your sense of humor. the prank the company pulled
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today. join us for these stories and more on bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36. >> reporter: coming up, a live report from the a's home opener. mark ibanez is back next with sports.
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drivers on a southern california freway got a laugh yesterday -- freway got a laugh yesterday when the easter bunny was pulled over for not wearing a helmet. he was heading to a charity event. the officer let him off with a warning. [ laughter ] >> that would be distracking. mark is -- distracting. mark is here now with sports. >> a pitcher throws a shut out and hits a home run, did it against the giants, clayton kershaw. seems like this guy throws his glove out there and he beats the giants. matt cain, six shut out innings. first inning, buster posey with a perfect throw to third to nail him. end of giant high moments. look at clayton kershaw. his first major league homer.
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he blasts it. and that is the only run he would need. clayton kershaw throws a shut out. there is magic johnson luving it -- loving it. three three shuts out against the giants. our a's fans, fred inglis is there tonight and the a's have a challenge tonight, one of the best pitchers in the american league facing the a's. >> reporter: a's 46 home opener. it is a sell out. some non-believers have been converted. the a's won 94 games last season. that tied them for 4th best in the major leagues with the san francisco giants. they won the west on the final day and now several new additions are learning to appreciate this new fun loving bunch. >> a lot about the character. the guys in here and how much
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they believe in themselves. how much energy and talent that we have over here. a great ball club. we expect big things. >> reporter: unfortunately the a's lost 8 straight regular season opener and facing felix hernandez, the $117 million pitcher for the mariners, not exciting. they were 2-1 against felix hernandez last year. so things are, well, as usual, up for grabs. >> all right. fred, we will check you out at 10:00 p.m. >> all right. thank you. coming up at 10:00 p.m., police all over california kickoff a distracted driving awareness month crack down. hear what a ticket could cost you if you are caught. >> thank you for trusting, we are -- thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news, we are always here for you on and mobile ktvu. thank you for joining us.
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i told you this thing was good." i can't believe this is our first date. i know. how about dessert? i suppose i have to get a piece of cake. why? today's my birthday. what? today? really? yep. ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ ♪ happy birthday, dear lisa ♪ captioning made possible by columbia tristar domestic television so she went out with you on a first date, and it was her birthday? yeah and she picked the day. is she socially...awkward? no. she's great. she's attractive, fun. well, maybe she decided to celebrate her birthday on the monday after the weekend. she's not lincoln. hey. anybody up for lorenzo's pizza? i'll pass. oh, yeah, huh? george, pizza. eh, i can't. i got to go down to the foundation. i'm interviewing high-schoolers for the susan ross scholarship.
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and then i received a 740 on the english achievement test. quick, what's your favorite animal? i don't know. frog? a frog? well, i--i-- frog is wrong. i see here that you play the harp. tell me, why do they have to tilt it? can't they just build it on an angle? save you a lot of trouble. well the modern-day harp has been refined over thousands of years-- yeah, yeah. we'll let you know. i see your gpa is 4.0. you like that, don't you?
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so, uh, steven i see you're president of the chess club. state champs. who's your favorite chess player? nastercoff? right. nastercoff. what country is he from again? i don't know. i made it up. i'm never gonna get this thing. whoa, whoa, whoa. what are you telling me for? you really had me going there. come on, sit down. what do you want to do when you grow up? i've been telling people that i'd like to be an architect. elaine: so get this. mr. peterman is finally letting me do some real writing. he's got this book deal for his autobiography.
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he's gonna let me ghostwrite it. wow, that's great. when it comes out, i'll have to get someone to ghostread it. hey. hey. hey. so there i am at lorenzo's loading up my slice at the fixin's bar garlic and whatnot. mmm. and i see this guy over at the pizza boxes giving me the stink eye. and i notice that he's not alone. i'm taking on the entire van buren boys. van buren boys? there's a street gang named after president martin van buren? oh, yeah, and they're just as mean as he was. so i make a move to the door, you know? they block it. so i lunged for the bathroom. i grabbed the knob. ocupado. then they backed me up against the cartoon map of italy and all of a sudden, they just stop. what? what happened? because i'm still holding the garlic shaker like this. i'm only showing 8 fingers.
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what does that mean? that's their secret sign. see, van buren he was the eighth president. they thought i was a former van b. boy. oh, jerry, can you hold on a sec? i just want to check my messages. oh, melissa, kim. ellen. hey. you guys, i want you to meet jerry. oh, we've heard a lot about you. it is so sweet of you to take her out. yeah. you don't even know how much she needs this. she coming off a bad breakup? no. see ya. get your messages? yeah. no one called. they act like it was some act of charity just going out with her. so she's the loser of the group. every group has someone that they all make fun of. like us with elaine. there's no way ellen is the loser of that group. are you looking deep down at the real person underneath?
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no, i'm being as superficial as i possibly can. hey, i think i may have found someone for the scholarship. yeah? i'm interviewing all these annoying little overachievers. finally this kid walks in, steven koren a regular guy. likes sports watches tv. is he smart? he knows how to read. he also knows that finishing an entire book doesn't prove anything. and get this. he's into architecture. hey, just like you pretend to be. yes. with a little guidance steven koren is going to be everything i claim to be only for real. that's my dream, jerry. i had a dream last night that a hamburger was eating me. mr. peterman, thanks for having me over. your place isn't quite what i imagined. oh, it's just a place to flop. well, what part of your life do you want to start with?
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foreign intrigue? exotic romance? oh, elaine, we've covered all of that in the catalog ad nauseam. i would like this book to be about my day-to-day life. oh. oh, damn. they changed the cable stations again just when i'd finally memorized them. well, mr. peterman do you want to-- 2, cbs. 3... i don't know what that is. where's my damn preview channel? well, i got to tell you, mr. peterman i don't know if i see a whole book here. well, i'm sure we'll come up with something. what do you say you and i order ourselves a pie? you like lorenzo's? you know, a friend of mine almost got beat up at that place by the van buren boys. you don't say. yeah. the only thing that saved him is that he accidentally flashed their secret gang sign. well, that's pretty exciting. let's put that in the book.
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that didn't happen to you. so we pay off your friend, and it becomes a peterman. no, i really don't think you can do that. damn, i forgot to buy plant food again. i'll bet i got a coupon for it. you know what? maybe i better talk to my friend. is that the same outfit you were wearing yesterday? no. this is brand-new. do you like it? actually, yeah. wait a second. is that the fork that fell on the floor? are you using the fork that fell on the floor? no. jerry, the waitress gave me another one. i guess that's all right. something wrong, jerry? no, absolutely nothing. you're fantastic. hey, guys. hey. kramer, george this is ellen.
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ladies and gentlemen this is steven koren. his gpa is a solid 2.0. right in that meaty part of the curve. not showing off, not falling behind. george, the qualifications for this scholarship were supposed to be largely academic. i'm sure we're all aware of the flaws and biases of standardized tests. these aren't standardized tests. these are his grades. besides, steven koren has the highest of aspirations. he wants to be... an architect. is that right? actually, maybe i could set my sights a little bit higher. steven, nothing is higher than architect. i think i'd really like to be a city planner. why limit myself to one building when i can design a whole city? that's a good point. no, it's not. isn't an architect just an art school dropout
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with a tilting desk and a big ruler? it's called a t square. you know, the stupidest guy in my fraternity became an architect after he flunked out of dental school. congratulations, young man. susan would be very proud of what you're doing. thank you. kramer: and they made it their sign because van buren, our eighth president was the man they most admired. kramer, my friend, that is one ripping good yarn. you know if you like that one i got more. what are you looking for: romance, comedy, adventure? erotica? no, kramer i don't think-- how much would you take for the whole lot? my whole life? name your price, man. $1,500. i'll give you half that. done. kramer, my friend, consider elaine at your disposal.
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would you please just get on with the stupid bob saccamano story? well, i'm on the phone with bob and i realize right then and there that i need to return this pair of pants. so i'm off to the store. what happened to bob saccamano? well, nothing. his part of the story is done. so i'm waiting for the subway it's not coming, so i decided to hoof it through the tunnel. all right. well, now that's something. i don't know if i lost track of time or what, but the next thing i know-- a train is bearing down on you? no. i slipped and fell in mud, ruining the very pants i was about to return. i don't understand. you were wearing the pants you were returning? well, i guess i was. what were you going to wear on the way back? elaine are you listening?
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i didn't even get there. all right, next story. all right, i think i've got enough for one day. yeah, yeah chew on that. yeah, i'll chew on that. hey, listen, by the way, i'm hosting a little get-together tonight in honor of my little financial upturn. thanks. i've got plans. elaine you should be there to document it. oh, you're getting together with some of your jackass friends, you want me to take notes? yeah. but get there after 9:00. you know give the people a chance to loosen up. so you're denying him the scholarship just because he wants to be a city planner? i was betrayed. that kid was like a son to me. and if there's one person you should be able to hold down it's your own flesh and blood. like my father my father's father before him. you know maybe philanthropy is not your field. [telephone rings] hello. oh, hi, ellen. i called the hotel. we're all set
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for the weekend. you're spending the weekend with ellen? vermont. they said we can stay an extra couple days if we want to. 4 days in a beautiful bed and breakfast. i can't wait. bye-bye. what? what is this? you want to start? no, no, no you go ahead. i got to get my thoughts together. jerry, this whole ellen situation has gone far enough. what? jerry, she's a loser. where is this coming from? she's great. why are you doing this, jerry? is it your career? things are gonna pick up. there's nothing wrong with my career. well, i still like the bloomingdale's executive training program for him. we said we weren't going to discuss that now. well, you know i think it's something he should consider. of course he should consider it, but now is not the time. all these issues are interrelated. all right! excuse me!
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i'm not buying any of this. all right, so what are you saying that we're wrong? oh, everybody's wrong but you. this is like that twilight zone where the guy wakes up and he's the same, and everybody else is different. which one? they were all like that. [whistling] why'd you take away my scholarship mr. costanza? well, steven, i, uh... these are my new friends the van buren boys. he became so disillusioned he had to join us. oh, nice. i want my scholarship back so i can be a city planner. what about architect steven? city planner. great party, k-man. well, you got that straight. elaine, try the beef 'cause that's real au jus sauce, huh? real au jus sauce! i'll make a note of it. hey, kramer, ramirez has never heard
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your pants story. ok. well i had bob saccamano on the phone and i suddenly realized that i-- kramer, you can't tell that story now. it belongs to peterman. what do you mean? you signed the release. yeah? he sat in mud, not you. but i did sit in mud. you didn't. you never sat in mud. i was all dirty. it never happened. what about the pants? hey, hey, hey, all right, yeah. oh, yeah, well, uh yeah, uh, the pants, they fit well, and so i decided i wasn't gonna return 'em. whoo-hoo! it's getting late. maybe we better get going. what, you're gonna go now? hey, whoa, come on-- i don't-- kramer, kramer i got big trouble with the van buren boys. now, they're tough cookies. i heard that you got on their good side. what did you do?
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uh, oh, nothing, nothing. no, i certainly don't have any stories if that's what you're implying. you know what those guys are gonna do to me? yeah, well, uh you didn't hear it from me, but the van buren boys they never hassle their own kind. you mean like a former member? these kramer stories are unusable. i mean, some of them aren't even stories. this is a list of things in his apartment. is my toaster oven on there? how am i ever gonna turn this into a book? well, just shape them, change them. you're a writer. yes. i'm a writer. make them interesting. interesting. of course! people love interesting writing.
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well, i got to go to the airport. i'm picking up my parents. weren't they just here? yeah. i'm flying them in to meet ellen. i don't know where to turn. i got to see what they think of her. maybe we could all have dinner later. i don't think so. i'm gonna try and get them to fly right back tonight. oh, hey. have i told you about my bunions? oh, you're going to love this story. so i line up my cold cuts on the couch next to me, but as i'm stacking them up, they keep falling into my foot bath. kramer, this is awful. we don't want to hear about this. damn! what? oh, i bought a bunch of bunion stories from newman, but they all stink. how much you pay for them? 8 bucks. i think i'm getting ripped off. newman! elaine: what didn't you like about the first chapter? well it started out nicely. "i'm returning some pants." a very identifiable problem. "i set off down a train tunnel."
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that's where the story takes a most unappealing turn. no, no. that's where it gets interesting. don't you see? the train is bearing down on you. you dive into a side tunnel, and you run into a whole band of underground tunnel dwellers. it just seems so clichéd and obvious. it's not interesting writing. yeah, yeah i know. um... how about if instead of diving from the train you, uh... i don't know--you-- you slip and--and fall in some mud and ruin your pants? the very pants i was returning. that's perfect irony. elaine, that is interesting writing. intercom: i have a cosmo kramer on line 4. ha! peterman here. mr. peterson you got to sell me my stories back. you want to know something? i no longer need them!
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no, no, mr. peterman why don't we keep them as a reference? nonsense. i have benes' wonderfully imaginative mind to spin my stories. you take back your tales you vagabond. kramer: yippe-ai-ay! there you are, elaine. go forth and create. and by the way when you get to that chapter about my romantic escapades feel free to toss yourself into the mix. hey, van b. boys. so, mr. costanza did you get my scholarship back? now, fellas, fellas, easy. wouldn't want to beat up on one of your own. is that right? then why don't you flash us the sign? right. the sign. that's not the sign. it was when i was banging.
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all right, if you are really one of us, let's see you take the wallet off the next guy who walks by. love to. and after college, i got my masters at the sorbonne. sorbonne? oh. hey, that's in paris. jerry, your parking meter's about to expire. don't get up. i've got change. so, what do you think? jerry, she is fantastic. i knew it. i'm not crazy. she's so sweet and she's got some body on her. and smart. like a computer. and so much personality, but it doesn't matter what we think. do you like her? now i'm not so sure. well, she's 10 times better than that awful amber girl that you were with. yeah, amber. i wonder if she's back from vegas.
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well, well, well. growing up we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. [ male announcer ] behold... the mighty gorton's fish sandwich fillet. add a bun and you're done. ♪ ♪ all right, no more stalling. next one or you're meat. all right. all right. seinfelds! hey, george. listen, you got to do me a favor. give me your wallet. i'll give it back to you later.
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what? how are your folks? trying to pick out a new couch. give me your wallet, or i'll spill your guts right here on the street! what did you say? come on. hurry up, old man. i'm an animal. you're being very rude. come on, morty. please, please. they're going to hit me. tell your parents we said hi. captioning made possible by columbia tristar domestic television captioned by the national captioning institute
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you feel like trying something new for dinner? maybe indian, tex-mex? you ever wonder how humans would be different if they evolved from lizards instead of mammals?
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okay, let's talk about that. as you know, lizards-- cold-blooded animals-- lack the ability to sense temperature. but they do move more sluggishly when it's cold. so, lizard weathermen would say things like, "bring a sweater. it's slow outside." i love my mind. we all do. now, how about dinner? oh, i would assume we'd enjoy insects or smaller lizards. we could also pull each other's tails off and grill them; they'll just grow back. oh! my life-size cardboard mr. spock is here! i know he wouldn't care for an outburst of human emotion but, oh, goodie, oh, goodie, oh, goodie. commander spock requesting permission to be unfolded. excuse me. permission granted, commander. (knocking)
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excuse me, amy. penny, do you have plans for dinner tonight? why, you guys going somewhere? no, i mean just you and me. you mean, like a date? not like a date, a date. ooh...! ooh...! um... o-okay. sure. ooh...! ooh...! sheldon: oh, no! they sent the wrong spock! live long and suck it, zachary quinto. ♪ our whole universe was in a hot, dense state ♪ ♪ then nearly 14 billion years ago expansion started... wait! ♪ ♪ the earth began to cool ♪ ♪ the autotrophs began to drool neanderthals developed tools ♪ ♪ we built the wall ♪ ♪ we built the pyramids ♪ ♪ math, science, history, unraveling the mystery ♪ ♪ that all started with a big bang ♪ ♪ bang! ♪ ♪


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