Jerry's harsh critique of an actress launches her career; an enigmatic cartoon inspires Elaine.
Elaine's opinion of a film lands her in hot water; Kramer gets stuck with a trio of Cubans cigar rollers while George is obsessed with a beautiful woman's boyfriend. Fake Movie Title - Sack Lunch.
While Elaine suffers in a case of mistaken identity and an ex-friend fears Jerry's retribution, George avoids a girlfriend looking to break up.
When Jerry fails to show up to help her with some work, Elaine calls her boyfriend Kevin, who's the exact opposite of Jerry, and whose friends are the reverse images of George and Kramer - just like Superman's Bizarro World; George uses Susan's death to attract women.
Jerry ends up buying a jacket he doesn't really like; a house guest irritates George.
While George is disturbed by a doll that looks like his mom, his dad searches for a long-lost cousin in Italy.
Jerry obsessively worries when he takes his date to a restaurant famous for their apple pie and she refuses to eat a piece; meanwhile, Elaine discovers that a mannequin resembling her has been showing up in quite a few window displays.
While Jerry and George await news of the future of their pilot, Kramer lobbies to play himself in the show, as NBC President Russell Dalrymple pressures Elaine to go out with him again.
When George's car breaks down at the airport, Jerry coolly convinces a waiting limo driver that they are his intended passengers.
Seinfeld clip - starring Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander.
When an artist she stopped dating because of his weight is admitted for surgery, Elaine asks Jerry to pose as her new boyfriend during her visit.
Upon leaving a restaurant after dinner with Jerry, Elaine discovers that a parking valet's body odor has permeated Jerry's car and, after latching onto them, prematurely ends her date later that same night with Carl.
As George confesses to lacking confidence about his performance in bed with new girlfriend Karen, Elaine arrives and surprises Jerry by admitting she faked her orgasms back when they were romantically involved.
Seinfeld: Season 8 clip - starring Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander.
Jerry tries to make two show dates and afterwards go to the movie theater to meet everyone.
After Jerry is unsuccessful reaching a college reporter about an interview, Elaine notices two women eavesdropping on their conversation.
Elaine gets a blind date with the guy from her wake-up service; however, he likes dogs. A bit of grapefruit pulp, from Jerry's healthy breakfast, gets into George's eye and causes problems for him when his winks keep getting misinterpreted. Jerry's healthy diet conflicts with his dating of Elaine's cousin. Kramer promises a sick boy that Yankee Paul O'Neill will hit two home runs for him, so he can get back a birthday card that he sold based on George's wink.
While visiting Elaine during her holiday office party, George and Jerry meet Dick, her co-worker and a recovering alcoholic who she is secretly dating. After claiming to have a job for George, Elaine takes him to meet her boss Mr. Lippman, while Jerry inadvertently gives Dick a glass containing vodka and causes him to resume his drinking. Meanwhile, George is hired as a reader and, as a thank you gift, he buys Elaine a beautiful cashmere sweater at a bargain price because of flaw -- a small red dot.
While showing Kramer an office building bathroom he frequently uses, George is attracted to the company's receptionist.
As Elaine prepares to date someone who takes his back problems very seriously, Jerry struggles with the indecisive carpenter he's hired to remodel his kitchen.
Jerry gives two Super Bowl tickets to Tim Whatley because he is in the Drake's wedding on Super Bowl Sunday. Tim asks Newman to go to the Super Bowl but then takes the ticket back to ask Elaine. Tim sends Jerry a label maker to thank him but Elaine suspects it is the same label maker she gave to Tim as a gift. George is excited to see his girlfriend Bonnie's apartment but quickly becomes disappointed when he meets her male roommate, Scott, who looks just like him. Kramer and Newman become obsessed with playing the game of world domination, Risk.
After Jerry's grandmother calls for help in opening a bottle of ketchup, he and George meet with Elaine and Wendy, a physical therapist with the irritating habit of kissing hello. To top it all off, none of them are too fond of Wendy's dated hairstyle.
hile Jerry and his parents, Morty and Helen, are on their way to New York for his father's appointment with a back specialist, George is telling the NBC executive who championed their show that the network's offer for the pilot episode is too small and that he and Jerry have agreed to pass.
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