While eating out, Jerry, Elaine and George stamp out a menu that has caught on fire at a nearby table. George casually mentions that the busboy had just put it on the table. He cringes however however when the busboy is summarily fired. He obsesses over the incident to the point where he feels he has no choice but to track the busboy down and apologize in person. He manages to find him only to let the man's cat out the door and it promptly disappears. Meanwhile, Elaine has a friend staying with her for a week and he's driving her mad.
Did You Know?
One of the last scenes holds an important place in Seinfeld history: The fight between Eddie (Doug Ballard) and Antonio (David Labiosa
), though it happens off-screen, was the first time two different stories collided at the end of a Seinfeld show. This 'dovetailing' of storytelling , would become a Seinfeld trademark for years. See more
When Elaine is making her speech, she brushes her hair out of her face. When it cuts away to Jerry and George and back to Elaine, her hair is back across her face. See more
It's the pesto of cities.
In the Spanish dubbed version, the dialog between Kramer and the busboy in which he asks how do you say a word in Spanish was overdubbed with this dialog: George: "He is a friend of mine" Kramer: "Do you have any friends?" Busboy: "Yes." Kramer: "Have you ever been told that you have a great personality?" See more
Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff See more