From the Seinfeld episode, "The Pez Dispenser:"
Jerry's Apartment (opening scene)
George: . . . pianist. A classical pianist. She plays the piano. She's a brilliant woman. I-I-I sat in her living room . . . She played the Waldstein Sonata! The Waldstein! We did a crossword puzzle together, in bed. It was the most fun I ever had in my entire life. Did you hear me? in my life! Y'know?
Jerry: Were you talking? I couldn't hear anything.
George: I was telling you about Noel.
Jerry: Oh, Noel! Yeah, the one who plays bongos . . .
George: [sarcastically] Heh heh heh... So side-splittingly funny . . .
Jerry: All right, I'm sorry. What about her?
George: What, you think I'm going to repeat the whole thing now?
Daniel Barenboim performs the first movement of Beethoven's "Waldstein Sonata," no. 21.