Susan's friends are in town for the Broadway production of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kramer gets to wear the coat and is mistaken for a pimp in public when he accuses a ... See full summary »

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Wig Master
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Prostitute
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Susan's friends are in town for the Broadway production of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kramer gets to wear the coat and is mistaken for a pimp in public when he accuses a local parking lot of running a prostitution ring out of his car. Jerry buys a jacket and later returns it for spite. Elaine tries to buy a dress from the same guy Jerry gets the jacket from, but is stunned to learn that he's holding it until Elaine sleeps with him. Written by halo1k

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The exterior shot of the Broadway theatre George meets the wig master at is The Majestic on West 44th Street, and has been the home of the Broadway production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera" since 1988. The production the wig master is working for, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat, was also written by Lloyd Webber. See more »

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When George talks to the Jiffy-Park attendant about getting his deposit back, the attendant spreads his hands while he talks. In the next shot, they are clasped together. See more »

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George Costanza: Excuse me, I think I made a big mistake. I'd like my deposit back, please.
Jiffy Park Guy: What's the problem?
George Costanza: You've got hookers turning tricks in my car, how's that for starters?
Jiffy Park Guy: Ah, that is all hearsay.
George Costanza: All right, very good. I'd like my car and deposit back, please.
Jiffy Park Guy: Can't do it.
George Costanza: What do you mean?
Jiffy Park Guy: If you read the agreement you signed, the deposit is non-refundable.
George Costanza: Well does it say anything in the contract about my car being used as a whorehouse? I don't remember reading that clause either.
Jiffy Park Guy: What can I tell ...
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Painful
7 October 2006 | by (New York City, United States) – See all my reviews

There's something missing from this episode. I'm not sure what it is... this one just seems to miss the cutting-edge Seinfeld humor most episodes usually have. One particular detractor from this is the flamboyantly gay and unbelievably stereotypical wig master who is staying with George and Susan - whose character seems to destroy every scene he's in. None of the four main characters have any particularly great lines in this one - except for Kramer's interaction with the cop at the end of episode. The whole Kramer-as-a-pimp bit was overplayed. Coming from Spike Feresten, I'm surprised he couldn't have handled this episode better.

Case in point, avoid it.


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