Go. Go! Go…
Go, come on. Can I help you?
Name, please. Seinfeld. I made a reservation
for a mid-size, and she’s a small. I’m kiddin’ around, of course. Okay, let’s see here.
– Sixty six years old?! Yeah. Well, he’s in perfect health.
He works out – he’s vibrant. You’d really like him. Why do people always say that?
I hate everybody – why would I like him? So, what do you think – could you
go out with a 66-year-old woman? Well, I’ll tell ya… She would have to be really vibrant.
So vibrant she’d be spinning. I’m sorry, we have no mid-size
available at the moment. I don’t understand – I made a reservation.
Do you have my reservation? – Yes, we do. Unfortunately, we ran out of cars. But the reservation keeps the car here. That’s why you have the reservations. I know why we have reservations.
– I don’t think you do. If you did, I’d have a car. See, you know how to take
the reservation. You just don’t know how to hold the reservation. And that’s REALLY the most
important part of the reservation, the holding.
Anybody can just take ’em. Let me speak with my supervisor. Here we go, the supervisor. You know what she’s saying over there? Hey, Marge, see those two people over there?
They think I’m talking to you, so you pretend like you’re talking to me.
Okay, now you start talking. Oh, you mean like this – so it looks like
I’m saying something, but I’m not really saying anything at all? Okay, now you say something else and they won’t yell at me
’cause they thought I was checking with you. Okay, I think that’s enough.
See ya later! I’m sorry. My supervisor says
there’s nothing we can do. Yeah… It looked like you were
in a real conversation over there. Well, we do have a compact –
if you would like that. Fine.
– Alright. Well, we have a blue Ford Escort for you, mr. Seinfeld.
Would you like insurance? Yeah… You better give me the insurance,
because I am gonna beat the hell out of this thing. Please, fill this out.