In the fourth season finale, Jerry and George's pilot is finally a go. But before the taping, Elaine desperately tries to avoid NBC president Russell Dalrymple after an awkward date, while Kramer comes face to face with his TV show counterpart. Before the pilot airs, Crazy Joe Davola (see episode "The Opera") shows up to put a damper in the gang's plans. As the pilot is finally finished and ready for airtime, the executives at NBC aren't impressed with the result. Written by
Did You Know?
Jerry states that "sic semper tyrannis" means "death to tyrants" in Latin. It actually means "thus always to tyrants" and is the Virginia state motto. John Wilkes Booth did say this after shooting President Lincoln - and some witnesses claimed that he added: "The South is avenged." See more
A show is given more than a pilot to see if it gets picked up. They air a partial season, around 5 episodes, or a full season. See more
Featured in Seinfeld: The Chronicle
Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff See more