"The Little Kicks" is a memorable episode, where the plot is once again constructed meticulously. The way the plot transitions from Elaine to George OR from Jerry to George is stunning, once again helping confirm "Seinfeld" as the father of all sitcoms.
George's 'bad boy' image is excellent, and his story line is terrific, even if perhaps a tad underused. Jerry and Kramer share an excellent story, full of bootlegging! Seinfeld, though not the greatest actor, is terrific in his awkward facial expressions. I found myself laughing constantly at his facial acting!
There is little that needs to be said about the acting. Michael Richards is exceptional, and he and Jerry Seinfeld share a hilarious opening scene where they discuss what side of the sidewalk is most dangerous to walk on! Jason Alexander as a 'bad boy' is hilarious and Julia Loius Dreyfus as dancing Elaine is memorable! The excellent Jerry Stiller has a brief, but memorable appearance at the end of the episode.
"The Little Kicks" is vintage "Seinfeld". Memorable and iconic, it should not be forgotten.