Jerry Seinfeld and his long-time partner in comedy, Larry David, created one of the most successful TV comedies of all time. But what was it like to work on such a monumental show? The show’s other producers have told tales of jealously within the writing room and a few unpleasant run-ins with the star. Now that all is said and done, it seems Jerry himself has been saving some thoughts for later.
Introduction to The Jerry & Marge Go Large
A brief on what the article is going to be about: “In the episode, Jerry and his girlfriend Marge try to live a ‘larger’ lifestyle, which involves larger homes and cars. The episode was written by George Price and directed by James Burrows.” The Jerry & Marge Go Large is an episode from Season 3 of Seinfeld. In it, Jerry Seinfeld’s character tries to grow up a bit to impress his girlfriend Marge (played by Sue Ellen Mischley). Meanwhile, Kramer (played by Michael Richards) deals with a death in his family.
It is appropriate to say that the episode was written by George Price and directed by James Burrows. The episode begins with Jerry and Marge in a new apartment, having just gotten out of their old one. The reason for the move is Jerry’s new job as an advertising copywriter at Pendant Publishing, a company that sells greeting cards.
Names of the characters in The Jerry & Marge Go Large
Here are the celebrity’s names mentioned below:
- Bryan Cranston as Jerry
- Annette Bening as Marge
- Rainn Wilson as Bill
- Larry Wilmore as Steve
- Michael McKean as Howard
- Ann Harada as Shirley
- Jake McDorman as Doug
- Anna Camp as Dawn
- Devyn McDowell as Liz
- Ana Cruz Kayne as Heather
- Colton Whitfield as DJ
- Jackson Whitfield as DJ
- Uly Schlesinger as Tyler
- Cheech Manohar as Eric
- Tracie Thoms as Maya
- Lindsay Rootare as Mindy
- Don Stallings as Leon
- Subhash Mandal as Raj
The storyline of The Jerry & Marge Go Large
Jerry & Marge Go Large is a “spin-off” of the very popular Jerry and Marge cartoons. In Jerry and Marge Go Large, the duo has been living in an apartment building for decades, until one day they find out that someone is moving into their old home and have to find a new place to live. They’ve been booted from their stucco shack so someone can build something for themselves?!? The cartoon will follow them as they try to find a new home.
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Jerry and Marge Go Big: The Selbees’ Real Story, as Reported on 60 Min
Jerry and Marge Selbee ran an Ohio dry cleaning business for 30-plus years until the IRS came knocking on the door. In 1992, Jerry started a new venture – a wedding planning service for large families like theirs. Jerry’s family had 16 children and were putting on two weddings a year just from mail orders from their clients who couldn’t fulfill such enormous orders through traditional means. Jerry’s profits tripled and they eventually sold the business but continue to work in their field of expertise as successful consulting advisors.
Jerry met Marge when they were in high school and they were married in 1959. They had their first daughter, Laura, then ten years later their second, which was the start of a flurry of activity. In 1960, Jerry came home one night to find a local priest trying to convince his wife not to have another child.
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