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The Note 

Physical therapy proves painful for Jerry when his small talk with the therapist leads to a misunderstanding; Jerry uses a dentist note to cover his therapy.

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Jerry Seinfeld
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Elaine Benes
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Kramer
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Ralph Bruneau ...
Roy
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Julianna
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Flo Di Re ...
Receptionist (as Flo DiRe)
Liz Georges ...
Pam
Paul Rogers ...
Man in Waiting Room
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Dental Patient
Joshua Liebling ...
Billy
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Elaine and George are fascinated to learn that a massage from a physical therapist can be claimed on health insurance if they have a doctor's note. Jerry offers to get his dentist friend to provide a note for them. George is enthusiastic about it all until he learn that his massage will be given by Raymond, leading him afterward to wonder if he is gay. Jerry is having his own problems with his masseuse who now fears he's a child molester. Kramer meanwhile has trouble convincing everyone that he saw Joe DiMaggio in coffee shop. Written by garykmcd

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Trivia

This episode marks the first time Kramer comes into the diner. See more »

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The character Roy is listed as "Lloyd" in the closing credits. See more »

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Referenced in Mike & Mike: Episode dated 21 December 2015 (2015) See more »

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Joltin' Joe DiMaggio
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Performed by The Les Brown Orchestra
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Getting it right
3 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

This marks the beginning of the third season and the first solid one. On this season the Seinfeld staff starts developing the style they'll master by season 4.

Two main story lines here. Jerry having trouble with his two doctors and George getting a massage from a man and questioning his sexuality. This is the beginning of the whole homophobic thing that went on in the series (notable episode "The Outing"). Elaine and Kramer don't actually have a story line so this episode might never hit Classic level. Nevertheless, everything about George's story is.

Also, as most of the episodes of season 3, the pace is quite slow.


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