Elaine attempts to convert a gay man to heterosexuality. Kramer sets George up with a woman and, not having a photograph, describes her to a police sketch artist. Jerry hooks up with a ... See full summary »

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Elaine attempts to convert a gay man to heterosexuality. Kramer sets George up with a woman and, not having a photograph, describes her to a police sketch artist. Jerry hooks up with a female officer who then has Jerry take a polygraph test on whether or not he's seen the show "Melrose Place." Written by halo1k

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George Costanza: I told her the truth.
Jerry Seinfeld: As you see it?
George Costanza: Yes, as I see it.
Jerry Seinfeld: Did you tell her about, uh, your little hat there?
George Costanza: What hat?
Jerry Seinfeld: You know, you're little hair hat there.
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"They're only comfortable with their equipment."
4 October 2011 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

Season 6, Episode 15, "Teh Beard" Not a great episode, but a good one. Number one main reason to see George wearing a toupee. Number two is Elaine, who's the real star of the episode and pulls some very good acting. TV mainstay Robert Mailhouse is excellent as her gay love interest.

The main weakness the episode half is lack of material; nothing very interesting happens to Kramer or Jerry, in fact Jerry's storyline is one of the silliest in the show's run. But Elaine and George are both terrific and they make the episode work, even if it's not one of the best of season 6.


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