Elaine helps George cheat on an IQ test so that he can impress his new girlfriend.
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Jerry: This woman he's dating is making him to take this IQ test for this course.
Elaine: Oh, that sounds like fun.
George: Yeah, fun. IQ tests are totally bogus. They prove nothing.
Elaine: You'll do well, you're smart.
Jerry: No see, he's not smart. People think he's smart, but he's not.
Elaine: What did you get on your SAT's?
George: It varies.
Jerry: You know, I don't even know my IQ.
Elaine: Mine's 145.
Jerry: Get out of here!
Elaine: You get out of here!
Jerry: You get out of here!
George: You should take the test for me.
Jerry: Boy, that’d be something, cheating on an IQ test. Hey, remember in college when you passed Lettick the test out the window? You became a legend after that.
George: Yeah, yeah. I really had some guts back then. Why don’t we do it again?
George: You could take the IQ test for me. I could pass it to you out of a window. We could do it; she lives on the first floor.
Elaine: Are you serious?
George: Why not?
Elaine: Where would I take the test?
George: I don't know, she lives right around the corner. Take it here or go to the coffee shop.
Elaine: No, that would be too noisy.
Jerry: Take it at Dream Cafe, you won't hear a peep.
Elaine: Hey, what do you think?
Jerry: Hey, I love a good caper.
Elaine: Yeah, that's what is, isn’t it, a caper.
George: You'll do it?
Elaine: What the hey.
George: Yeaah, beautiful ... Sorry...
George: Go in the living room. I'll take the test in here.
Monica: But why?
George: I won’t be able to concentrate in front of you.
Monica: Oh, I think you're making too much of this. IQ tests don't mean anything.
George: Are you kidding me? This is the best tool we have today of measuring a person’s intelligence.
Monica: Well, I certainly don't place any importance on it.
George: Well, I think you're wrong about that. And now if you will excuse me, I would really like to get started please.
Monica: Good luck.
George: Don't need it.
Elaine: What's been going on in there? I've been standing here 20 minutes.
George: I'm sorry I'm sorry, here's the test. Thanks again for doing this.
Elaine: All right, what time do you want me back here?
George: Uh, uhhhh, twenty to three.
George: Thanks again.
Elaine: All right.
George: And don't settle for 145. You can do better. You're a genius.
Babu: Ladadeeda, laadadeeda....
Elaine: Babu! If you don't mind?
Elaine: Oh my God! It's all over the test!
Babu: Oh, I'm terribly sorry.
Elaine: Oh man! Look at this...and I'm out of time anyway.
Babu: Please, forgive me, please...
Jerry: Go ahead; I'll take care of it.
Babu: Please, I’m very sorry.
Elaine: It was an accident.
George: What? Did you go on a picnic?
Elaine: Babu Bhatt did it.
George: Babu Bhatt? How am I gonna explain this?
Monica: Time's up George.
George: Ok. Here you go.
Monica: How did you do?
George: Piece of cake!
Monica: What happened to the test?
George: What? Oh, I spilled some food on it.
Monica: Food? What food?
George: What are you talking about?
Monica: Where did you get food?
George: From my pocket.
George: I uh, I had a sandwich in my pocket.
Monica: And coffee?
George: Yeah, had some coffee, yeah.
Monica: Where did you get the coffee?
George: Where did I get the coffee? Where do think I got the coffee, at the grocery store.
Monica: How did you get there?
George: I walked.
Monica: How did you get out of the apartment? I didn't see you leave.
George: I climbed out the window.
Monica: You climbed out the window?
George: Of course.
Monica: Why didn't you go out the door?
George: The door? Why would I go out the door? The window is right here.
Monica: You are a fascinating man, George Costanza.
Jerry: Hey Georgie!
George: Coming up.
Jerry: How did you do on the IQ test?!
George: 85, Jerry! 85 IQ!
Jerry: Well, well, well...
Elaine: He's coming up?
Jerry: Well, I'm no genius, but according to my calculations, he should be here in a few seconds.
Elaine: Yeah, but an 85, Jerry. That's ridiculous.
Jerry: Well, maybe the test was gender-biased; you know a lot of questions about hunting and testicles...
George: Oh, hello professor.
Elaine: George, I cannot believe...
Elaine: No, there has got be a mistake.
George: You should've seen her face. It was the exact same look my father gave me when I told him I wanted to be a ventriloquist.