Frank sets up a new business selling computers and hires George and Lloyd Braun (seen in "The Non Fat Yogurt" and "The Gum") to compete against each other in a sales contest. But Frank's relaxation technique drives everybody completely nuts. Jerry's new girlfriend encourages him to let his emotions out. Kramer takes Frank's screen door and puts it up in his apartment, creating "Anytown, USA", but the local kids make relaxation difficult. Elaine discovers her "shiksa appeal" and suddenly every Jewish man in New York, including her former boss, is attracted to her.
Did You Know?
This episode's plot was inspired by real-life events in the life of writer Steve Koren
. While driving with his arguing parents, Koren was bewildered to hear his father shout "Serenity now!" at the top of his lungs as part of a rage controlling exercise his doctor had told him about and questioned whether or not the phrase was meant to be yelled. See more
Kramer should have turned on the hose after hooking it up. See more
[Kramer has just taken his built-up anger out on the computers George intended to return
Why couldn't you squeeze one of those stupid rubber balls to get your stress out? Whyyyyy did you have to destroy twenty-five computers?
[eating an orange
George, you listen to me. I owe you one.
Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff See more