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Jerry is stunned to learn that his new girlfriend has a mysterious "tractor story" that she is not telling him. Kramer and Mickey act out symptoms for medical school students, but Kramer gets repeatedly typecast. George perfects the showmanship art of going out on a high note during meetings at Kruger. Meanwhile, Elaine is stunned to learn that Puddy is religious, and he informs her that she's going to hell.
Kramer and his friend Mickey have landed a new acting gig at a local hospital where they are assigned a particular disease to act out for medical students to diagnose. Kramer isn't too keen on the disease he's been assigned but makes the most of it. Elaine is surprised to learn that on again-off again boyfriend Puddy is religious. George's effort at impressing his dim-witted boss is paying off in ways he would have preferred to avoid. Jerry's new girlfriend has a story about a tractor that she is reluctant to tell him.
Elaine finds out that Puddy is religious. Kramer pretends to have gonorrhea. Jerry's new girlfriend has a tractor story to tell him. George wants everyone at work to like him.
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