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Karen – The Mango, The Masseuse

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Played by: Lisa Edelstein

Appears in: The Mango & The Masseuse

George is lacking confidence in bed with his new girlfriend Karen, thinking that she is faking orgasms. He becomes so obsessed with his performance in bed that he has trouble getting aroused. Later, George ends up buying fruit for Kramer and Jerry after they are both banned from Joe’s fruit stand. When George tastes one of Kramer’s mangoes, it reinvigorates his sex drive, “I think it moved!” At the end of the episode, Karen kicks George out of her apartment when he insults her after sex, doubting that she really had an orgasm. Later in The Masseuse, George neglects Karen when he become attracted to Jerry’s girlfriend, Jodi, who dislikes George so much… it’s irresistible.

Karen Quotes:

George: You seem like you really enjoyed your Risotto. You have a very contented air over there. You look very contented, very satisfied. Are you satisfied?
Karen: I’m very satisfied.
George: I’m sure if you weren’t satisfied you would probably say something wouldn’t you
Karen: I probably would. But then again I’m an enigma.
George: Hey, listen… instead of the movie… maybe we’ll go back and… you know…
Karen: Maybe.
George: So… you feel okay about that whole thing… what we do in there… generally okay with everything in there?
Karen: Generally.
George: Do you feel the way you feel after the Risotto?
Karen: No, I feel full after the Risotto.

 

George: It’s Jerry’s fault.
Karen: Jerry?
George: Jerry and Elaine. They made me nuts.
Karen: Oh I don’t care, George, really it’s all right.
George: So you feel okay?
Karen: Well, it’s not like after the Risotto.

 

Karen: Oh George, oooh.
George: Please, it’s not necessary.
Karen: What do you mean it’s not necessary?
George: The little extra moan you threw in there. Laying it on a bit thick, don’t you think?
Karen: What are you talking about?
George: What am I talking about? Come on. You don’t think I bought all that?
Karen: What, what?
George: You’re very good. Very good with the moanings and the gyrations. You really had me going there for a minute.
Karen: You think I was faking?
George: Come on: ‘Oh George, oh Geeeooorge!’ Come on! Not that I don’t appreciate the effort that was put into it.
Karen: I’d like you to leave.
George: What?
Karen: I said, I would like you to leave. Come on, just get your clothes on and get out.
George: But why?
Karen: Because I said so.

 

George: So, what do you think?
Karen: Really enjoyed it.
George: Jody’s nice.
Karen: She’s very nice. (grabs George’s hand) Let’s discuss this later.
George: You think she liked me? She seemed to like me.
Karen: Yeah
George: I was personable. Don’t you think I was personable?
Karen: You were *extremely* personable.
George: I tought I picked up a little something. I’m very good at this. Did you pick up anything?
Karen: I didn’t pick up anything.
George: The second time I sent the noodle back, I tought she made a face…
Karen: I didn’t see a face.
George: I tought I saw a face.
Karen: Anyhow, what is the difference?
George: No difference. I could care less. She’s Jerry’s girlfriend.

 

George: So I lugged that table. That big heavy massage table all the way down to the cab! You ever seen one of those things?
Karen: Of course.
George: No, I don’t know. Maybe you haven’t. You know, not everybody’s seen a massage table.
Karen: What, do you think I’ve never had a massage before?
George: Anyway, I don’t even get a thank you. I don’t get it!
Karen: George, frankly, I’m getting a little tired of hearing about her.
George: I wanna know what I did to this woman.
Karen: What, you got a little thing for her?
George: No, No! She’s going out with a friend of mine. It’s only courteous that we should try and like each other.
Karen: What difference does it make? Who cares if she doesn’t like you? Does everybody in the world have to like you?
George: Yes! Yes! Everybody has to like me. I must be liked!

 

George: You know what? I should really go talk to her. Nothing confrontational. Just two adults sitting down trying to clear the air. I just know if I could spend some time alone with her. I’ve got to. I’ve got to.
Karen: You’re going now?
George: I think I can still catch her.
Karen: All right George. I have had just about enough of this.
George: What? What are you talking about.
Karen: I am talking about you and Jodi. You’re completely obsessed with her!
George: I know. I know.
Karen: Who is more important to you, her or me? I like you, she doesn’t. Who are you gonna pick?
George: I’m sorry Karen. I know I care for you, but I just can’t stand when someone doesn’t like me.
Karen: Well, now I hate you!
George: That I’m used to.

 

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