Was moops a real misprint?

Was moops a real misprint?

The “Moops” misprint incident was based on a real-life incident that occurred to one of the Seinfeld writers while playing the “Jeopardy! The Board Game” (9th Edition, 1972).

Does Trivial Pursuit really say moops?

While the word “Moops” never actually occurred in Trivial Pursuit, the typo is not entirely fictionalized. Appropriately, the uniforms combine the visual aesthetic of both Trivial Pursuit and actual bubbles.

Did moops invade Spain?

In the episode “The Bubble Boy”, George claims “The Moops” is the answer to the Trivial Pursuit question “Who invaded Spain in the 8th century?” The Bubble Boy contested the answer, claiming it was the Moors (which is correct).

What does moops mean?

: to keep company : associate closely.

Who is the Bubble Boy in Seinfeld finale?

Jon Hayman is an American actor, writer and Seinfeld crew member. Most notably, he played Donald Sanger AKA The Bubble Boy; he also had the penultimate lines in “The Finale”, where he played a prison guard: “All right, Seinfeld, that’s it. Jon appeared in “The Bubble Boy”, “The Pilot”, and “The Finale”.

Who is Jon Hayman from Curb Your Enthusiasm?

Jon Hayman is a producer and writer, known for Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000), It’s Like, You Know… (1999) and Seinfeld (1989). See full bio » Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 nominations.

What did Jerry say about the Juicer in Seinfeld?

Not only that, a juicer is one of the healthiest ways it makes the juice extracts the pulp and the vitamins, for long life and vitality. JERRY: How could you leave a mesage like that on my machine.? GEORGE: Well how could you just play your message in front of anybody? JERRY: Because I didn’t think anyone would leave it!

What did Jerry Seinfeld call the stand up comedian?

Stand-up comedian considered a ‘hack’ by Jerry and other comedians. Jerry especially dislikes him because he uses Jerry’s act to warm up his audience.