Not even the minor revelation that George cheated during "The Contest" can save what is an uninspired parade of guest stars and forgotten characters. An episode about sitting around waiting for someone in a hotel lobby, “The Jacket” offers all the thrills of … Peterman at the end of this episode — but Peterman doesn't get it, and neither does the audience. One of a few episodes in Seinfeld's early seasons that temporarily upsets the show's dynamic, the season-three finale sees Kramer flee to L. A.-centric episode "The Trip," though Kramer's Murphy Brown cameo at the end provides perfect punctuation. (The closest they come is Estelle's "I find my son treating his body like it was an amusement park" remark, which still kills.) Peerless TV, no question. But upon rewatching, you realize that, yeah, it is that bad. The story works best as an extended setup for the supersize L. The rest of the episode focuses on Jerry not wanting Elaine to move into his building. But here, the show's architects created an entire episode about it without once saying the word, instead creating their own language that doesn’t resort to cheap euphemisms.Topping the table was NFU Mutual, with customers praising its local customer service, rather than having to talk to a call centre, as well as the company’s efficiency. More than 97 per cent of customers said they would renew their NFU Mutual policy, even though it is not the cheapest insurer. How Jerry Seinfeld Changed Modern Comedy With Seinfeld Are You a Seinfeld Trivia Whiz? Notable only for the following bit of trivia: Lawrence Tierney, who plays Elaine's cranky father, Alton Benes, attempted to steal a butcher knife from the set and mock-threatened Seinfeld with the very real prop when caught in the act. This episode also features the first appearance of Ping, the recurring Chinese-food-delivery-guy character who suffers a bike accident after an encounter with Elaine in "The Virgin." 164. Larry David specifically wrote this episode to satisfy NBC brass's continued demands to get Jerry and Elaine back together, and it's easy to see why the writers’ room was eager to split them up shortly thereafter. Jerry dates a woman who has the surname "Chang" but isn't actually Chinese, which turns into a (possibly accidental) examination of racial stereotypes. " Elaine says when Jerry says he "loves Chinese women." Jerry disagrees, but jokes about Confucius and conflating s now come off as especially dated.
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