Seinfeld #711 “The Rye” Teleplay

Seinfeld The Rye script episode 711

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Just the facts, and everything else you should know about episode #7.11.

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Take a look at the "Seinfeld - The Rye" episode logline.

A loaf of rye bread becomes a point of contention when George's and Susan's parents have dinner together. NBC

"Seinfeld - The Rye" Teleplay Details.

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Okay, here are the facts:

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Type ...
SCANNED
Version ... Table DraftBlue Revisions
Episode ... 7.11
Date ... 11.20.1995
Pages ... 72
Genres ... Comedy
Teleplay ... Carol Leifer
IMDb ID ... 0697769

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Glossary

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DUPLICATE
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It's the same, but different.

All right, so our understanding is that a professional screenwriter retyped the original script. Think of it as a modern-day "photocopy." So, that means you'll see all of the original author's spelling, grammatical, and/or formatting anomalies.

FYC
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For Your Consideration.

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ORIGINAL
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Official, authentic, real.

Like FYC screenplays, this is an official copy provided by the studio or original author.

REPLICA
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Unofficial reproduction.

This is a tricky one to explain. On one hand, this screenplay is an unofficial copy. On the other, it's formatted and transcribed by a professional writer and not a fan. Basically, that's why we've chosen to list it. So, although the typesetting and dialogue may be accurate, the scenarios and action blocks are likely not the works of the original credited screenwriter.

SCANNED
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Digitized version of the screenplay-actual.

Using a scanner, the paper version of the ORIGINAL script was digitized. Yep, it's that simple.

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