Bosco Seinfeld Episode 1
You can find great comedy in the classic Bosco Seinfeld episode, which is from season one. Seinfeld fans should see this episode. The episode is filled with hilarious antics and classic lines, like “Bosco!”
Bosco was introduced for the first time in 1928. It is the brand name of a chocolate syrup made in Italy. The name also serves as an ATM code and can be found on George Costanza’s shirt in the episode “The Secret Code.” He refuses to reveal the code to anyone, not even his fiancee Susan. Telling her is a sign of trust. George had promised Jerry that he would give Jerry his ATM code in the event that he ever needed cash.
Bosco aired its first episode on television in June 1979, as a pilot for two weeks. The show was intended for pre-schoolers and featured a tiny puppet named Bosco. Camden, New Jersey was the place where the puppet, which lives inside a box, was created. The show was popular with pre-school children, and Bosco subsequently became an iconic icon of American television. However, despite its widespread popularity, Bosco was not always a hit.