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The Pie 

While shopping for a new suit for a job interview, George and the others stumble upon a mannequin which scarily resembles Elaine. Meanwhile Jerry tries to figure out why his girlfriend won't try his apple pie at Monks.



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Jerry is more than a little puzzled when his new girlfriend, Audrey, refuses to share a piece of apple pie with him. He's determined to find out why. When he goes to her favorite restaurant the chef, Poppie, promises them a special dinner. When Jerry sees that Poppie fails to wash his hands after going to the restroom, he faces his own dilemma. George comes across a new suit that he's told will go on sale in a few days. He goes out of his way to make sure it's still there when the sale starts. Elaine is taken aback when she sees a store mannequin that looks just like her. Kramer finds the perfect solution for a back itch. Written by garykmcd

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17 February 1994 (USA)  »

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Actress Christine Dunford, who plays the saleswoman, appeared as Elaine's pregnant friend Leslie in the episode The Baby Shower in the second season. See more »


When George is in a store trying to prevent a costumer from buying a suit, he holds the jacket in his hands. The next shot, it isn't there anymore. See more »


George Costanza: Is that the time? I gotta get downtown and buy that suit. The store opens in twenty minutes.
Kramer: Heh, is that Elaine mannequin still there?
George Costanza: Yeah.
Kramer: Yeah!
George Costanza: The last time I saw her... she was naked.
Jerry Seinfeld: Yeah, Poppie's got problems.
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You might think I'm silly because I find all the episodes to be magnificent but this is Seinfeld
2 July 2009 | by (Lebanon) – See all my reviews

Jerry is having a pie in the restaurant with his girlfriend but she refuses to share with him and nods in an odd way which drives Jerry crazy trying to know why. Kramer has some kind of itch that Olive who works in the restaurant seems to treat it well with her fingernails. Jerry goes with his girlfriend to her father's restaurant popies. He goes to the toilet and sees popies coming out without washing his hands so when he serves the pizza, Jerry refuses to eat the same way his girlfriend did with the pie. George in the meantime when he goes to see the mannequin that Kramer talked about that looks so much like Elaine finds a suit that is very expensive but will be on sale too soon. However, there is another man who is after the same suit and the game starts (you don't want to miss it, believe you me). Elaine so angry with the sleaze way the mannequin is exhibited, steals it with Jerry's help. Before George goes to the job interview, he discovers that his suit makes a swoosh sound when he moves and he tells Jerry : "Let's say it comes down to me and one other guy. He's got a nice quiet suit, and I'm whooshing all over the place! Who do you think he's gonna hire?" At the end the employer doesn't reject him because of the sound but because George refuses to each with them in the restaurant while they say something like we all share. George only refuses to share with them after he knows that the cook is the same guy whom he tricked to get the suit for himself and the funny thing he nods his head just like Jerry and his girlfriend both did. George loses the job but escapes being heavily poisoned like the others who were with him at the table.

The episode ends however and we don't why Jerry's girlfriend refused to share with him the pie.

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