George meets Susan's cousins. The wife is expecting a baby and they are having a hard time agreeing on the name. George reveals that he wants to name his kid Seven after Mickey Mantle. The cousins like the idea of naming their kid Seven, but nobody else does. Elaine buys an antique bicycle and hurts her neck in the process. Kramer fixes her neck and wants the bicycle in exchange for payment. Jerry's new girlfriend wears the same dress every single day. Written by
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The scene where Newman decides on who gets to keep the bike is based on the biblical story "The Judgement of Solomon" (1 Kings 3:16-28). In the story, King Solomon is asked to decide - between two women - who should keep a child - one being the true mother. After some deliberation, King Solomon calls for a sword. He declares that there is only one fair solution: the live son must be split in two, each woman receiving half of the child. The boy's true mother then cries out, "Please, My Lord, give her the live child - do not kill him!" King Solomon instantly gives the baby to the real mother, realizing that the true mother's instincts were to protect her child. See more
Part of Kramer's anti-mooching system involves a pen on a string. He sets this down on the counter, attached to the glass bowl. The string is taut at first, then slackens in later shots without being touched. See more
[George plans to name his first child "Seven"
Awright, let's see. How about Mug? Mug Costanza, that's original. Or uh, Ketchup? Pretty name for a girl.
Alright, you having a good time there?
[Jerry is in the kitchen, and opens a cupboard
I got fifty right here in the cupboard. How about Bisquik? Pimento. Gherkin. Sauce. Maxwell House.
Awright already! This is a very key issue with me, Jerry. I had this name for a long time.