A kooky New Age doctor? garykmcd, I like the bit where they both have neck braces on. 13. This FAQ is empty. CBS Studio Center - 4024 Radford Avenue, Studio City, Los Angeles, California, USA. [Setting: Night club] Seinfeld S02E08 - The Heart Attack - George thinks he's had a heart attack. It aired on April 25, 1991. AKA: Seinfeld, Stand Up, Stand-Up, The Jerry Seinfeld Show, Good News, Bad News "Seinfeld" The Heart Attack subtitles Arabic | 3 subtitles Ad blocking detected , … With Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander. "The Heart Attack" is the eighth episode of the second season of NBC's Seinfeld, and the show's 13th episode overall. Subscribe to the Seinfeld ONLY Podcast on iTunes[/caption] Rob and Akiva didn’t let the Labor Day Weekend stop them from recapping the eighth episode of season two titled “The Heart Attack”, which aired April 25, 1991. He wakes in the middle of the night and scrawls a joke for his stand-up comedy act. While arguing with Jerry and Kramer over this, he takes his eyes off the road, causing a crash. [7], "A 1991 episode of Seinfeld correctly predicted the score of a 2019 Cavs-Spurs game", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Heart_Attack&oldid=999306834, Short description is different from Wikidata, Television episode articles with short description for single episodes, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 9 January 2021, at 14:38. Was this review helpful to you? Take the Quiz: Seinfeld Facts of Seasons 1 2. In the middle of the night, Jerry wakes up, thinking of a joke and writes it down. Watch Seinfeld Season 2 Episode 8 online via TV Fanatic with over 5 options to watch the Seinfeld S2E8 full episode. He also claims to have lived with eskimos briefly, where he supposedly learned some of his healing techniques. "The Heart Attack" (April 25, 1991) SUMMARY George thinks he's had a heart attack; in fact, he needs to have his tonsils taken out. [1] He was inspired to write the ambulance scene by a news report about an ambulance driver and EMT who stopped an ambulance in the middle of traffic so that they could get out and have a fist fight, leaving a dying patient in the back. Kramer, being paranoid about surgery, recommends a holistic healer as an alternative. The Seinfeld cast also included Jerry Seinfeld, ... 93, dies of a heart attack as baseball world mourns beloved Hall of Fame skipper who led team to two World Series titles View production, box office, & company info. Episode summary, trailer and screencaps; guest stars and main cast list; and more. [5] However, Andy Patrizio of IGN considered "The Heart Attack" one of season two's best episodes. 1 of 5 people found this review helpful. While Jerry has lunch with George and Elaine at Monk's Café, hoping they can interpret his note, George becomes alarmed by pains in his chest and thinks he is having a heart attack; they have him transported to a hospital. Upon drinking the tea, George becomes purple and has to be transported to the hospital again. Including T-Shirts, DVDs, and more! Dan, it turned out, had died from the heart attack. The doctor tells him otherwise, but he might want to get his tonsils and adenoids removed. During his one-time appearance Tor claims he became a healer to fight the medical establishment, believing it functions like a business and is only interested in keeping people sick so they can make more money. With a cast that included Hugh Grant and ... as part of a book she was writing. When the show was revived a few years ago, ... Seinfeld. First Aired: April 25, 1991. [2], The doctor's tongue fetish was more extreme in Charles original draft, but these scenes were cut over concerns that they were too dark. Elaine meanwhile takes a liking to George's doctor and they go out on a date that doesn't go too well. Season 1- The Seinfeld Chronicles, Male Un-bonding, The Stake Out, The Robbery, The Stock Tip. Jerry warns George that the healer Kramer is recommending had spent time in prison, but, because of the large difference in price, George takes Kramer's advice. That's hitting the broad side of a barn. [2], Jerry's line "You're not a doctor, but you play one in real life" is a play on a famous line from a 1986 commercial for cough syrup: "I’m not a doctor, but I play one on TV. d1xvdtpa0005 "[2], In a bizarre coincidence, the episode seemingly makes an outlandish prediction when Jerry attempts to have Tor translate the note he wrote. Written by: Larry Charles Directed by: Tom Cherones Broadcasted: April 11, 1991 for the first time. It aired on April 25, 1991. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Use the HTML below. Stephen Lee, the character actor who hilariously played an overly loquacious cabinet installer on Seinfeld – among dozens of other roles on TV and in the movies – has died at 58. He is Jerry's arch-nemesis and Kramer's friend. [3], Critical responses to the episode were mixed; Mike Flaherty and Mary Kaye Schilling of Entertainment Weekly graded the episode with a D, writing "What Seinfeld excels at is finding the eccentric in the apparently normal. ... George and Jerry are suspected by the cast and Kramer of deliberately injuring Bette Midler during a softball game, ... Kramer gets a new pet, a rooster that he names "Little Jerry Seinfeld"; of course he really wanted a hen for the eggs. Here is a quiz over various facts from the first two seasons of Seinfeld. George thinks he has a heart attack, but really just needs a tonsillectomy. Like many other characters, Mr. Wilhelm made his final, and brief, appearance in Seinfeld’s two-part 1998 finale. Upon examining it, Tor laughs and mutters "Cleveland 117, San Antonio 109", leaving Jerry even more baffled. We've curated a list of lesser-known films to help you explore the space-time continuum from the comfort of your couch. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Tor Eckman is a one-time character in "The Heart Attack". JERRY: Kramer, George didn't have a heart attack. [6] St. Louis Post-Dispatch critic Eric Mink also reacted very positively on the episode, praising the Shakespeare reference and Michael Richards' performance in particular. The following day he is unable to read what he wrote down; a running gag in the episode has Jerry asking people what he wrote and they all offer different interpretations. He then concocts a tea containing cramp bark, cleavers, and couch grass that would cure him, also prescribing that George stop using hot water entirely. He also had rabies at some point. 1 Plot 2 Quotes 3 Notes About Nothing 3.1 Guest Stars After watching a science-fiction B movie, Jerry goes to bed, but wakes up in the middle of the night laughing and writing down a joke for his stand-up comedy act. Kramer helps George and Jerry get discounts or glasses and an air conditioner. Find out when Seinfeld is on TV, including Series 2-Episode 8: The Heart Attack. It was written by Larry Charles and directed by Tom Cherones. Written by Jerry thinks it's all ridiculous, especially after he sees just what Tor is up to. Elaine becomes attracted to George's doctor and goes on a date with him, only to discover that he has a fetish for tongues, which causes her to dump him once the date ends. The doctor informs him he actually needs a tonsillectomy— he had had his tonsils removed when he was younger, but now they have grown back. 145090742. Kramer suggests that he should seek alternative therapies to surgery and suggest he visit his own herbalist, Tor. Season 2 - The Ex-Girlfriend, The Pony Remark, The Busboy, The Baby Shower, The Jacket, The Chinese Restaurant, The Phone Message, The Apartment, The Stranded, The Statue, The Heart Attack, The Revenge, The Deal. This two really carried the entire show on their backs >> Anonymous 01/14/21(Thu)11:19:08 No. KRAMER: The really bad thing about the heart is the sex thing. Rewatching seinfeld i realized the show is extremely dependent on George and Kramer, all the other characters are mediocre or just bad. Eckman performs a number of hand gestures to identify George's ailment, which he concludes has nothing to do with his tonsils, but with his "imbalance with nature". "The Revenge" is the seventh episode of the second season of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld, and the show's 12th episode overall. George not wanting to deal with the cost and the procedure decides to take Kramer's advice of going to see a naturalist, which only makes the situation worse. In "The Heart Attack," Kramer explains how Bob had a botched hernia operation, so that now he has a high-pitched voice and spends his days in a wheelchair. At lunch at Monk's, George thinks he's having a heart attack and is rushed to the hospital to learn that the only thing wrong with him is tonsillitis. Meanwhile, Jerry suspects his … It was not a favorite of Rob, who felt that the “real” material they were dealing with in the episode was a bit too dark. "[4] The Sydney Morning Herald critic Robin Oliver felt that, though he did not think the episode was bad, it was among Seinfeld's lesser episodes. Season 2 suffered a bit from the same issues as season 1, though this was Seinfeld at their most creative, it was a shorter run than subsequent seasons and that does count against it. You get that heart pumping and suddenly, boom! thing you know, you got a hose coming out of your chest attached to a piece of luggage. It aired on May 7, 2012. Watch Seinfeld: Season 2 The Heart Attack on DIRECTV Hypochondriac George gets advice from a "holistic" healer (Stephen Tabolowsky) for his claimed heart attack. Elaine visits briefly to give George some ice cream. He appears in some cheesy science-fiction movie that Jerry is watching on television. After suffering what he thinks is a heart attack, George discovers he has inflamed tonsils and seeks alternative medicine to heal. Season 2, Episode 8 The Heart Attack. Newman is a recurring character and the primary antagonist on the television show Seinfeld, portrayed by Wayne Knight from 1991 until the show's finale in 1998. Some of the questions do not come directly from the episodes. The story revolves around George Costanza's (Jason Alexander) plot to exact revenge on his boss, with his friend Elaine Benes' (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) help, after he quits his job at Rick Barr Properties and is refused re-employment. EPISODE GUIDE from Jerry Seinfeld: The Entire Domain by Kathleen Tracy. Add the first question. While watching a science fiction B movie, The Flaming Globes of Sigmund, Jerry falls asleep. Title: The Heart Attack Air date: Apr 25, 1991 When George is convinced he's having a heart attack, he goes to the emergency room only to find out that he's actually suffering from tonsillitis. Next. READ MORE: Brian May says he was ‘very near death’ after suffering heart attack Bob worked, for a time, in a condom factory and provided a bag of defective condoms to Kramer in " The Fix-Up ," which George then used with Elaine's friend, briefly thinking he had impregnated her as a result. 28 years after the episode aired, the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the San Antonio Spurs 117-109. "Seinfeld" The Heart Attack (TV Episode 1991) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Get a sneak peek of the new version of this page. Elaine meanwhile takes a liking to George's doctor and they go out on a date that doesn't go too well. While helping him pick a new pair, Elaine is bitten by a dog and fears she has rabies. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Kramer recommends George see a holistic healer instead, who gives him a tea that makes George sick. The Heart Attack At lunch at Monk's, George thinks he's having a heart attack and is rushed to the hospital to learn that the only thing wrong with him is tonsillitis. Stars: Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael D. Conway (as Ray), and Nurit Koppel (as Rava). See, you gotta be careful about sex now. "The Heart Attack" is the eighth episode of Season Two, and it first aired on April 25, 1991. They stop the ambulance to fight outside. Kramer suggests that he should seek alternative therapies to surgery and suggest he visit his own herbalist, Tor. George, Kramer and Jerry meet Tor Eckman, the holistic healer. "The Heart Attack" is the eighth episode of the second season of NBC's Seinfeld, and the show's 13th episode overall. Intro thread The Season 2 episode, "The Heart Attack" features another one of David's most random cameos. Elaine is interested in the doctor and he is interested in her tongue. The Straw In My Donut Holeis the 23rd episode of season 9. As he realizes this, he notes "That's not funny. I got some of the questions from the Seinfeld DVDs. Like George, Charles had his tonsils removed and grow back later in life. Seinfeld S05E03 - The Glasses - George's glasses are stolen at the health club. George, Kramer, and Jerry meet Tor Eckman, the holistic healer (Stephen Tobolowsky). Elaine begins dating the doctor, who is interested in her tongue. The driver beats the EMT bloody and leaves him in the street. The hospital television shows The Flaming Globes of Sigmund again, and Jerry remembers that what he wrote down was a line from the movie. Seinfeld List Builder Project: 211 "The Heart Attack" This is the 16th thread in an ongoing series dedicated to building a few definitive Seinfeld lists, episode by episode. On the way, the EMT (John Fleck) and the driver get into an altercation over a missing Chuckle. George and Jerry are put in neck braces and George has the tonsillectomy. (25 Apr 1991). After suffering what he thinks is a heart attack, George discovers he has inflamed tonsils and seeks alternative medicine to heal. Episode Guide for Seinfeld 2x08: The Heart Attack. ", "The Heart Attack" was written by Larry Charles. George thinks he's had a heart attack. Check out our complete Seinfeld Gift Guide right now! Directed by Tom Cherones. Jerry thinks it's all ridiculous, especially after he sees just what Tor is up to. Episode guide, trailer, review, preview, cast list and where to stream it on demand, on catch up and download.