Feeling overwhelmed, George wants to postpone marrying Susan.

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Immediately after proposing, George tries to postpone his marriage to Susan, and does so successfully. Elaine becomes increasingly jealous of George's engagement and has a discussion with her neighbor, a rabbi, who then proceeds to tell the whole neighborhood. Jerry learns about the dog-napping plot (see previous episode) and immediately fingers Newman as the culprit. Kramer sneaks a café latte in the movie theater and burns himself, and hires Jackie Chiles in an effort to sue the coffee shop. Written by halo1k

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28 September 1995 (USA)  »

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The Rabbi in this episode, Bruce Mahler, wore a hat and glasses. Although in real life he never wore glasses and very rarely wore a hat. In later life he did need glasses for reading. See more »

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When Jerry and George talk in the apartment while Jerry reads the newspaper, a blue glass on the table moves around between shots. See more »

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Jerry: Elaine, if I could say a word here about the Jewish people: that man
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Jerry: in no way represents our ability to take in a nice piece of juicy gossip and keep it to ourselves.
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References Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959) See more »

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