See more » I saw a rerun of this episode yesterday and noticed something strange.
Elaine was talking with her boyfriend about changing his name because he had the same name as a local murderer.
Jerry is desperate for his new girlfriend, a professional masseuse, to give him a massage but every hint or suggestion seems to fall on deaf ears.
They go on a double date with George and his new girlfriend and it's obvious that Jerry's girlfriend doesn't like him, which drives George to extremes.
I survey the grass and look for a quiet spot where I’ll be least likely to get smacked on the head with a ball. I can watch everything going on around me and nobody knows that I can see! A sausage guy is any muscular male who isn’t particularly bright but is pleasing to the eye. Just then I hear a loud beeping noise and I see him reach in his pocket and look at a pager.
b: 05-Jul-89 pc: 101 w: Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld d: Art Wolff NOTE: In this episode, Jerry refers to Kramer as Kessler, because we later learn in "The Betrayal" this was the name on the buzzer for Kramer's apartment.
was known for a cast of funny characters, a lot of the show’s humor actually came from Seinfeld’s daily life and his dating exploits.
Here are some of the women Jerry dated on the show and what the actresses are doing now.
Sara was a doctor that met Jerry and began dating him in season nine.
Of course, the love affair wouldn’t last long before a hilariously awkward breakup would ensue, but Sara’s loss was Marcia’s gain, as the actress would go on to other great TV roles later on.
While in his apartment Elaine gets the idea of trying to get him to change his name so people wouldn't relate him to the real life killer.