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Best of Ann Arbor Table of Contents

Chris Farah's Weekend, etc.
Column .................................................3
Best of Restaurants..................................4-6
Best of Entertainment.................................7
Best of Dating.............................................8
Best of Business.....................................9-11
State of the Arts.......................................12
Best of the University............................13-15

Photostory: Best of Daily Photo.....16-17
Best of the Rest........................................18
Best of Film..........................................20-21
Best of Theater.....................................22-23
Best of Books.......................................24-25
Best of Music.......................................26-27
Best of TV/New Media...........28-29
Best of Daily Arts.................................30-31

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Best of Daily Arts -
Continued
* CRISP Lady: Please enter a four-
digit personal security number of your
choice.
Joshua Pederson: Hold on, CRISP
Lady. I totally trust you. There's no
need for personal security numbers
between friends. Especially friends as
close as we are. Wow, CRISP Lady,
you sound really sexy today.
Remember, we're talking about this
girl I like.
CL: For registration transactions,
press one now.
JP: Registration transactions?
What's that supposed to mean? Is that
some kind of joke? I don't think you
understand, CRISP Lady ...
CL: For fall term, press one now.
JP: Fall term! Fall term? I mean, two
years together and all you can talk
about is fall term? Live in the now,
CRISP Lady! We're talking about us
here! I don't think I even know you any
more ...
CL: To add a class, press one. To
drop a class, press two. To swap class-
es ...
JP: Stop it, CRISP Lady! Don't
you realize what you're doing to
me? After all we've shared, all
we've been through! ..."To swap
classes."
Oh, I think I understand now.
There's someone else, isn't there.

And all these years I thought I was
the only one. I was just your little
toy, wasn't I? It was all just a game to
you ...
CL: I have not received your
response.
JP: Response, shmesponse! What
about my feelings? ... I'll press nine!
Don't think I won't do it! I'll press
nine and exit the system, you little ...
CL: I have not received your
response.
JP: You're making me do this,
CRISP Lady! When you're whining in
your little room thinking to yourself,
"He was so good to me. He pressed my
buttons just right," don't you come
crying back to me. One of these days,
I'm gone. I mean, I won't always be
here for you ...
- From "CRISP personality proves
stable in a student's time of woe," by
Joshua Pederson, April 9, 1998.
* So in the spirit of nostalgia for
the show that has created more "isms"
than anything ...
Remember the one with the Soup
Nazi? If someone did not order soup
in the way he liked, he yelled "No
soup for you," and threw the person
out.
Remember the contest between
Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer
over who could go without (ahem)
pleasuring themselves the longest?
Remember when Jerry dated a

masseuse but got upset because she
wouldn't give him a massage? He
compared it to going to Idaho and not
having a potato.
Remember the show about "shrink-
age?" George and Jerry asked Elaine
if she knew about the effect of cold
water on men's bodies. "It shrinks?"
she asked, and Jerry replied, "Like a
frightened turtle."
The list could go on for pages. But
there's time for everything to end. To
the cast and crew of "Seinfeld":
thanks for nothing! And for showing
us how funny it could be.
- From "Bidding farewell to a 'Sein'
of the times," by Michael Galloway,
Jan. 14, 1998.
* One doesn't necessarily have to
sell his soul to the dark prince in
order to listen to Mephiskapheles'
music.

"All of the Satan stuff is to draw
you in and get you curious. We used
to do some weird Satan stuff on
stage, now you just come to the show
and get this musical experience. It's
up to you to decide what it means to
you," said trombone player Greg
Robinson. "We don't kill small ani-
mals and stuff like that. It's more like
a concept."
This idea of devilish undertones has
existed since the band's inception in
1990. "The whole thing started off as a
Satan band, but not a death metal band.
They don't really play dance music,"
Robinson said.
- From "Mephiskapheles takes ska
to new levels," by Curtis
Zimmermann, March 25, 1998.
* Of all the great musical memo-
ries that are Marvin Gaye's legacy,
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