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The Reverse Peephole 

Elaine is embarrassed by Puddy's fur coat. Kramer tries to keep Newman from getting evicted. George carries everything in his wallet. Jerry is through with wallets.

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George Costanza
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David Puddy
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Silvio
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Joe Mayo
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Keri
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Delivery Guy
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Storyline

Jerry, George, Elaine, and Puddy get invited to Joe Mayo's party. Elaine throws Puddy's fur out the his window. Kramer and Newman put reverse peepholes so they can see if anyone is in their apartment before entering. The super tries to evict Newman but Kramer sticks up for him. Newman begins a secret love affair with the super's wife and Kramer gets worried. Newman finds Puddy's fur in a tree and George winds up paying for a massage chair because his back is tweaked from his fat wallet. Jerry carries a purse and wears a fur to fool the super and gets robbed on the street. Written by Jim

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15 January 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Jerry's girlfriend, played by Jennette Robbins, who says his pants are "nice" at Joe Mayo's party, was in a Dockers commercial in the '90s where she's on a subway, sees a guy, they get separated, and she mouths the words "nice pants" as the train pulls away. See more »

Goofs

Whenever we're shown the inside of Kramer's apartment via the peephole looking in, there's what appears to be a living room immediately in front of the door. However, when Kramer opens the door a wall is in its place, contradicting what the peephole reveals. See more »

Quotes

[repeated line]
Jerry Seinfeld: It's not a purse! It's European!
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References Planet of the Apes (1968) See more »

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Mexican Radio
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Written by Chas T. Gray, Marc Moreland, Joe Nanini, and Stan Ridgway
Sung by Michael Richards
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