Seinfeld (1989–1998)
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The Caddy 

Elaine's floozy former ex-roommate Sue Ellen Mischkie returns. George locks his keys in his car and leaves it in the Yankees parking lot. Elaine, out of spite, buys Sue Ellen a bra for a ... See full summary »



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Elaine's floozy former ex-roommate Sue Ellen Mischkie returns. George locks his keys in his car and leaves it in the Yankees parking lot. Elaine, out of spite, buys Sue Ellen a bra for a birthday gift as she has never worn one. George, having successfully convinced Wilhelm and Steinbrenner that he's putting in extra hours, decides to skip town with Susan after learning that her father rebuilt the cabin. So George asks Kramer and Jerry to go to Yankee Stadium and take the fliers off of his car. The car is really dirty, and Jerry and Kramer decide to go take it to the car wash. But along the way, they see Sue Ellen wearing the bra as a top. Jerry and Kramer get distracted and crash George's car. They return the damaged car back to Yankee Stadium. Steinbrenner, having seen the damage, and with George nowhere in sight, thinks George is dead. Kramer injures his arm in the accident, and his golf game is ruined. Elaine decides that Sue Ellen is a menace to society, and Kramer hires ... Written by halo1k

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Kramer and Jerry pull out of the car wash which is on Broadway and East Houston Street in Manhattan, (now demolished), and then immediately crash the car at Court Street and Baltic Street in Brooklyn. These two location are 5 miles away from each other. It makes no sense. Also, if they were heading back to the Bronx and Yankee Stadium there is no way Jerry and Kramer would be driving in Brooklyn. See more »


When Kramer tries to convince Jerry to testify, he waves his arms wildly and points at Jerry. His hands are in a completely different position in the next shot. See more »


[last lines]
Jackie Chiles: You can't let the defendant have control of the key piece of evidence. Plus, she's trying it on over a leotard, of course a bra's not gonna fit over a leotard. A bra gotta fit right over a person's skin. Like a glove!
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"This is quite a life I lead here"
29 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

Another highlight from Season 7, this episodes shines with enjoyment. It's got to be one of the most entertaining and fast-paced episodes of the season. There's so much going on and everything is on the same level of quality.

We got two main stories. On one hand, we got George's storyline which is incredibly dense compared to previous episodes. Because he locked the car with the keys in it, Mr. Wilhem thinks that he's putting in extra hours. That's a killer idea right there. Also, I love that George decides to take a few days off to the cabin with Susan. It's like a momentary lapse of time in which he's happy with the relationship. The other story is Elaine and her "Lex Luthor", Sue Ellen Mishky. This character is so insane and yet so plausible that it lends itself for numerous gags. Jerry and Kramer tie this story with George's by crashing George's car at the sight of Sue Ellen using a bra as a top. So then they decide to sue her and we get a more that welcome reappearance from the great Jackie Chiles.

The episode flows smoothly from one storyline to the other, it has a perfect pace, a good chunk of excellent supporting characters and a little, yet important advance in the season's arc.

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