In a fit of pique - his boss tells him his personal office bathroom is out of bounds - George quits his job letting him know just what he thinks of him. As he and Jerry discuss his future, he realizes that he may have acted precipitously and so Jerry suggests that he should just show up for work on Monday morning and pretend as if nothing happened. His boss won't let him get away with that and so George enlists Elaine to help him get his revenge. Jerry meanwhile realizes that he left $1500 in his laundry bag but when laundry service tells him their not responsible for its disappearance, Kramer suggests they get him.
Did You Know?
Newman was originally written as the African-American son of Jerry's landlord. William Thomas Jr.
was cast but the role was greatly reduced during production. Tim Russ
also auditioned for the role. See more
When Jerry and Kramer are at the laundromat to get revenge, Jerry is distracting the owner while Kramer puts the cement in the washer. At one point you see Kramer emptying the cement into the washer & the bag is almost empty. In the next shot Kramer is holding a full bag signaling to Jerry that the "job" is done. See more
What is the point of all this?
Oh, the best revenge is living well.
There's no chance of that.
Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff See more