After Kramer rescues the set of the old Merv Griffin show from a dumpster, he sets it up in his apartment where he interviews anyone who happened to drop by. George's new girlfriend gives him a hard time after he strikes a pigeon with his car. When he hits a squirrel she insists that he take it to the vet and then care for it at home. A new guy at the office is driving Elaine crazy. Jerry has a new girlfriend who inherited a fabulous collection of classic toys from her late father. She won't let Jerry touch them - let alone play with them - but he soon finds a way around that. Written by
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The "commercial break" music Kramer uses on his Merv Griffin set is actually the theme music of the "Jerry" sitcom pilot from the Season 4 finale. See more
I was sittin' there, making Cup-a-Soup, singing that song from The Lion King.
I thought I was alone.
That doesn't make it right.
A few seconds of the Merv Griffin theme song is played when the "Castle Rock Entertainment" logo is shown at the end of the show. See more
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