Jerry's dating a girl who always finishes his sentences. He decides the time has come to have it out with her. Elaine is getting tired of all the cake parties at work every time someone leaves, arrives, is sick and so on. She realizes she's gotten use to the sugar rush though and raids Peterman's office fridge only to eat a collectible piece of cake from a very special weeding that he bought at a Sotheby's auction. George decide he wants to buy the Frogger game from his old hangout after he sees that he still has the high score. He has to figure out a way to get to his place without erasing the game's memory. Kramer says there's a serial killer around, the Lopper, and that his latest victim resembled Jerry. Written by
Did You Know?
In the real world, antique cake is sometimes saved, but it is not edible. See more
When Kramer's guys are playing Frogger on the machine that they are moving, they check the battery and calculate that they have three minutes before it dies. If they were able to power an AC-powered Frogger machine with a DC battery, they almost certainly would've known that they could've extended that time significantly by turning off nonessential components (especially the power-hungry cathode ray tube display, which is only necessary when the game is actually being played) rather than having to plug the Frogger machine in. This would reduce the machine's power and slow the drain on the battery. See more
You owe me a quarter!
Featured in Seinfeld: The Chronicle
Happy Birthday to You
Written by Mildred J. Hill
and Patty S. Hill
Performed by Julia Louis-Dreyfus See more