George is convinced he is fated never to have a relationship with an attractive, interesting woman. Similarly, Elaine's friend Cynthia is convinced all of the good men are either taken or know they're good and so not available to her. Jerry and Elaine decide to arrange an introduction for the two of them and agree to share everything they hear after their date. It turns out that they have quite a story, one that is made more interesting when the condoms Kramer got from a friend turns out to have been defective.
Did You Know?
Bob Sacamano is a fictional friend of Kramer (Michael Richards
). He is never seen but is the source of many bizarre anecdotes. Larry Charles
has stated that Sacamano was a real-life friend, although the two fell out shortly after the character was first introduced. Throughout the course of the series he was referenced in the following episodes: See more
When Cynthia talks to Elaine on the phone, the way her comforter is folded changes between shots. See more
I never really understood... the importance of the conductor. Between you and me, what the hell is this guy doing? Do you really need somebody waving a stick in your face... to play the violin? Does that really help you out? I could see how we need him at the beginning, okay? Tap, tap, tap. "Start. " Okay. I could see how you need that. But once we're going, okay. Once it's all happening... what do we need him for then? I don't see the cellist looking up, " I'm confused. I don't know what to do...
Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff See more