George has gone cold on his latest girlfriend, Marlene, but he hates breaking up and is tied up in knots at the prospect. Jerry encourages him to just do it quickly, just like taking off a band-aid. He finally works up the gumption to do it but forgets a few books at her apartment and asks Jerry to get the for him. Soon Jerry is under Marlene's spell, wanting her and wanting to break up with her at the same time. Elaine meanwhile is growing increasingly annoyed with one of her neighbors who won't acknowledge her when they pass each other in the building. Written by
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GEORGE'S GIRLFRIEND COUNTER: #2-Marlene, the boring Southern belle. See more
The lemon wedge in Marlene's glass of tea is first in the glass then on the edge and back in the glass between shots. See more
[in his monologue to his audience at the club
The Waiting room. I hate when they make you wait in the room. Because it says waiting room. There's no chance of not waiting. Because they call it the waiting room. They gonna use it. It's set up for you to wait. You sit there and you got your little magazine. You pretend you read it but you're really looking at other people. You know you're thinking about them. Things like:"I wonder what he's got?"