As a thank you for getting him a job at her own place of work, George wants to get Elaine a thank you gift. When he sees a cashmere sweater marked down from $600 to $85, he's immediately interested. The only problem is that there's a red mark on the front which everyone can see and annoys Elaine to no end. At his new workplace meanwhile, George's tryst with the cleaning lady begins to have ramifications. So does the fact that Elaine's boyfriend falls off the wagon after Jerry mixes up the glasses on a table at an office party and he drinks liquor by mistake.
Did You Know?
After Elaine unwraps the sweater Kramer uses the ribbon as a scarf. In the next scene the ribbon is gone, before it reappears in the following scene. See more
I'm going to get right to the point. It's come to my attention that you and the cleaning woman have engaged in sexual intercourse on the desk in your office. Is that correct?
Who said that?
Was that wrong?
In the credits "Mr. Lippman" is listed as "Mr. Breckman". Richard Fancy, who plays Mr Breckman in this episode, goes on to play the recurring character of Mr Lippman. See more
Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff See more