Jerry desperately wants Joel Hornek, a childhood friend who keeps calling him and wanting to hang out together, to leave him alone. George suggests Jerry tell him the truth and break up with him much as he would with a girl. Joel doesn't take the news very well and Jerry backs off, even giving him George's ticket to an upcoming Knicks game. George meanwhile thinks he's blown it with a new girl after he lets he know he likes her. Kramer comes up with a new business idea - a make-your-own pizza place. Written by
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This episode the only episode not to have the word "the" before it. The writers figured creating simple titles like "The Chinese Restaurant" and "The Parking Space" were better because they were simply the main idea of the show, the writers would not have to spend time thinking of clever titles, and they figured many people would never see/hear the titles. See more
Jerry Seinfeld mentions in one scene that he would have been friends with Josef Stalin if Stalin had had a ping pong table. However, Josef Stalin died in March 1953, while Jerry Seinfeld was not born until April 1954. See more
Hey, you missed a great game tonight Buddy.
Knick game! Horneck took me. We're sitting two rows behind the bench. We were getting hit by *sweat*!
Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff See more