Kramer gets new license plates, but a DMV screw-up gives him a new vanity license plate - "ASS MAN". George's mom gets plastic surgery. Kramer makes pasta sculptures of his friends, and ... See full summary »

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Kramer gets new license plates, but a DMV screw-up gives him a new vanity license plate - "ASS MAN". George's mom gets plastic surgery. Kramer makes pasta sculptures of his friends, and makes one out of Jerry using Fusilli pasta. Jerry tells Puddy about his "move", which he proceeds to use on Elaine. He also tells George, but George screws it up, and his girlfriend gets freaked out when he uses crib notes. Kramer finally tracks down the Ass Man when Frank falls on the Fusilli Jerry and they have to take him to a proctologist. Written by halo1k

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The first appearance of David Puddy. See more »

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Sally leaves a note on Kramer's windshield with her measurements 36-24-46. But upon seeing Sally, it's very apparent that her waistline is much larger than 24". See more »

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Frank Costanza: [while on his way to confront Kramer for making a pass at his wife, he spot's Kramer's ASSMAN vanity license plate and immediately becomes embroiled in rage] ASSMAN? I'll give him ASSMAN!
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"It was a million to one chance, doc... a million to one."
18 October 2011 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

Season 6, Episode 20, "The Fusilli Jerry"

Much like episode 19 and the entirety of the latter season 6, "The Fusilli Jerry" relies too much on gags and too little on good writing, which was the staple of seasons 4 and 5, but it's so funny that it's impossible not to love it. Once again, none of the leads are at their best; Kramer, in fact, is shockingly sane and nowhere near as funny as he can be, even in the latter seasons. Elaine and George both have their moments though. And the ones who really make the episode are Estelle Harris and Jerry Stiller, both outrageously hilarious as George's parents. Almost as importantly, the episode features the first appearance of Patrick Warburton as David Puddy, the closest thing the series had to a steady romantic interest other than the infamous Susan Ross. His character is surprisingly normal though, and will become much more over-the-top later on.


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