Seinfeld: Season 9, Episode 19

The Maid (30 Apr. 1998)

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Jerry winds up dating the maid he hired, and she starts to slack off on her duties.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kruger (as Daniel Von Bargen)
Phone Guy #1
Phone Guy #2 (as Kyle Colerider Krugh)
Davenia McFadden ...
Damon Jones ...
Co-Worker #1
Colin McClean ...
Co-Worker #2


Jerry dates his maid, and blurs the fine line between professional relationship and prostitution. Kramer begins a long-distance relationship. Elaine becomes annoyed at all the faxes she's getting from Kramer's restaurant service and has her phone number changed. But she gets a new area code and that only complicates things. George gets an unwanted nickname at Kruger. Written by halo1k

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When Kramer and Elaine discuss sending her a fax, the level in Kramer's juice bottle suddenly drops without him drinking any. See more »


Cindy: [in reference to slacking off on her duties] Well, I made the bed.
Jerry Seinfeld: Yes, but after you took a nap in it!
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References Quincy M.E. (1976) See more »

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One of the best from season 9
21 October 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"The Maid" is not exactly a classic Seinfeld episode like "The Chinese Restaurant", "The Parking Garage" or "The Contest", but is still hilarious and clever like all episodes, even this late in the series; George Costanza's plot was the best in this episode in my opinion, Elaine Benes' plot was pretty silly, the plot with Jerry Seinfeld and the Maid was quite clever, but Kramer's plot was not that funny and weak, though shared with Elaine's plot, I wish he did something wackier like we all know him for in other episodes, and I think he done something similar to this in a previous episode; nonetheless, it's still a normal episode of Seinfeld that you can watch anytime and don't need to watch earlier episodes for it to make sense, being a show about nothing

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