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Guess Winerkleiner's Secret #2


  • 3 years ago · Quote · #121

    winerkleiner

    RobertLiu666 wrote:

    your a apple

    Nope the wrong A

    Pee Wee German

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #122

    RobertLiu666

    Your African American

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #123

    winerkleiner

    RobertLiu666 wrote:

    Your African American

    Ha nice but no, cold not my secret and wrong A

    Pee Wee German

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #124

    winerkleiner

    snakesbelly wrote:

    Let's see ...small & classification starts with an 'a' ....sir,you have made it too easy ,you are one of those puppets ventriloquists use in their shows....A Ventriloquist's Puppet

    Lol I am not a puppet nor is my boss a ventriloquist, however, the height issue sounds right...keep going you and a few others are warm!  Even guess the popular sitcom I walked across briefly (no dialogue given).

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #125

    winerkleiner

    Oh no shoot, I meant to rate that comment, but nope never cut in half I still have all limbs, such as they are.

    Tomorrow is day 25 and I better throw out another hint or at least remind people of the known few.

    I wonder if Chess.comers will discriminate against me when this surfaces.

    KCO warned me about personal matters.

    Pee Wee Herman

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #126

    winerkleiner

    Alright today's BIG clue:

    What resembles me

    lies in Mickey's friend Johnnie

    on Seinfeld no less

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #127

    winerkleiner

    chubbychocobo wrote:

    u're a dwarf?

    Yes, I have achondroplasia, but now guess the sitcom I walked a scene through.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #128

    Joseph-S

    Kramer has got a job as a stand-in actor, in the series All My Children, along with his friend Mickey Abbott (Danny Woodburn), a "little person" who is offended by the term "midget". Mickey, however, is worried to keep up his role as a rapidly-growing child. Kramer suggests Mickey use "lifts" to increase his height, to whom Mickey reluctantly agrees. Jerry later sets up a date for Elaine with his friend, Phil Totola.

    Jerry visits Fulton in the hospital where he tells a story about a guy "Pachyderm" and the hot pizza slices he was juggling, but Fulton doesn't laugh. Phil arrives at the hospital to make Fulton laugh, but to no avail. Meanwhile, other "little" actors notice something different on Mickey as he plans to date Tammy, a little woman.

    Johnny Bigiano,

     

    another small actor who envies Mickey for being stand-ins for some famous child actors, sets to find out what is going on with him.

    Jerry feels added pressure to be funny after his first visit to the hospital coincides with a deterioration in Fulton's condition. He offers to do his act with new material. Elaine had a good evening with Phil, including the Pachyderm story, until Phil suddenly takes "it out".

    When Johnny discovers the lifts after breaking Mickey's locker open, Mickey is ostracized by the other dwarf actors, including Tammy; even though Mickey tries to defend himself and his career and even blaming everything on Kramer, no one believes him and as Tammy leaves with Johnny, Mickey angrily attacks Kramer. At the hospital, Jerry is being so funny that Fulton cannot stop laughing. Fulton then suddenly stops laughing, supposedly dying from it. Later at Monk's, George has said to Jerry that he would go as far as to marry Daphne just to prove he can commit. However, to George's relief, Daphne says that she met another person: Jerry Persach, who George reveals is "Pachyderm" who used the pizza trick from his earlier mentioned story to woo Daphne.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #129

    Joseph-S

    winerkleiner wrote:
    chubbychocobo wrote:

    u're a dwarf?

    Yes, I have achondroplasia, but now guess the sitcom I walked a scene through.

    Whatever this was?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #130

    Joseph-S

    Joseph-S wrote:                             Page 4  #79

    Until you cough up some more hints winekleinr, we're forced to go out on a limb here; so I'll say a midget?

     

    I basically nailed it on page 4!          Smile

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #131

    winerkleiner

    Joseph-S wrote:

    Kramer has got a job as a stand-in actor, in the series All My Children, along with his friend Mickey Abbott (Danny Woodburn), a "little person" who is offended by the term "midget". Mickey, however, is worried to keep up his role as a rapidly-growing child. Kramer suggests Mickey use "lifts" to increase his height, to whom Mickey reluctantly agrees. Jerry later sets up a date for Elaine with his friend, Phil Totola.

    Jerry visits Fulton in the hospital where he tells a story about a guy "Pachyderm" and the hot pizza slices he was juggling, but Fulton doesn't laugh. Phil arrives at the hospital to make Fulton laugh, but to no avail. Meanwhile, other "little" actors notice something different on Mickey as he plans to date Tammy, a little woman.

    Johnny Bigiano,

     

    another small actor who envies Mickey for being stand-ins for some famous child actors, sets to find out what is going on with him.

    Jerry feels added pressure to be funny after his first visit to the hospital coincides with a deterioration in Fulton's condition. He offers to do his act with new material. Elaine had a good evening with Phil, including the Pachyderm story, until Phil suddenly takes "it out".

    When Johnny discovers the lifts after breaking Mickey's locker open, Mickey is ostracized by the other dwarf actors, including Tammy; even though Mickey tries to defend himself and his career and even blaming everything on Kramer, no one believes him and as Tammy leaves with Johnny, Mickey angrily attacks Kramer. At the hospital, Jerry is being so funny that Fulton cannot stop laughing. Fulton then suddenly stops laughing, supposedly dying from it. Later at Monk's, George has said to Jerry that he would go as far as to marry Daphne just to prove he can commit. However, to George's relief, Daphne says that she met another person: Jerry Persach, who George reveals is "Pachyderm" who used the pizza trick from his earlier mentioned story to woo Daphne.

    Good that is my clue reference, good job!

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #132

    winerkleiner

    chubbychocobo wrote:

    everybody likes raymond?

    Nope man not the sitcom, good try!

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #133

    winerkleiner

    snakewit wrote:

    OK, that is awesome dude!

    Thanks man, I can't be the only one here on Chess.com.  Maybe I should start my own tournie! 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #134

    AnnaZC

    winerkleiner wrote:

    Alright today's BIG clue:

    What resembles me

    lies in Mickey's friend Johnnie

    on Seinfeld no less


    could you give more clues in relation to my generation, clues like,

    1. Greys Anatomy or CSI

    2. Rihanna or Lady GaGa

    3. Nickelback or Coldplay

    4. Matt Damon or Nicholas Cage

    things like that, thank youSmile

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #135

    winerkleiner

    AnnaZafi wrote:
    winerkleiner wrote:

    Alright today's BIG clue:

    What resembles me

    lies in Mickey's friend Johnnie

    on Seinfeld no less


    could you give more clues in relation to my generation, clues like,

    1. Greys Anatomy or CSI

    2. Rihanna or Lady GaGa

    3. Nickelback or Coldplay

    4. Matt Damon or Nicholas Cage

    things like that, thank you

    Yes but Joseph_S guess the clue already or at least he got the refenence to the names in my clue, the sitcom which I appeared in is the only part left...guess the sitcom if you can.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #136

    winerkleiner

    snakesbelly wrote:

    Stop the clocks!!! I got it!!!

     

     

    Man with the Golden Gun

    Hah! Well that was hardly a sitcom in my opinion.

    Lol not the sitcom but it was an older show I was in and I was younger of course then, and I won the part because of my height. 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #137

    winerkleiner

    snakesbelly wrote:

    Although looking at it now it was quite funny espesially the part where you end up in the cage tied to the mast of that ship.

    So you are a dwarf ...I can see how you would think that classification starts with an 'a' ...a dwarf... but to be honest that was a bit misleading.

    A figurehead on The Titanic are you talking about? If so funny but no, lol.

    The a I am referring to is Achondroplasia (Dwarfism). 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #138

    winerkleiner

    snakesbelly wrote:

    10 hours later....I just want to mention that you look way different without the beard ,almost oriental looking,I'm guessing German father ,Japanese mother?

    Still have the beard and I had it in the sitcom as well, not sure what you are referring of.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #139

    Joseph-S

    winerkleiner wrote:

    Lol not the sitcom but it was an older show I was in ... 

    Red Dwarf?

    Life's Too Short?

    Quark?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #140

    winerkleiner

    chubbychocobo wrote:

    now the beard clue comes out ... arrgggh

    Lol I wore the beard on the show!


     


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