Elaine's birth control method of choice is being discontinued and she goes all over New York to find the last remaining case. After she successfully finds it, she then begins the agonizing process of determining whether or not her dates are "sponge-worthy". Kramer participates in an AIDS walk but when he refuses to wear the ribbon, he suffers the consequences. Meanwhile, Jerry meets a woman and doesn't get her phone number. He then gets it from the list of participants in the AIDS walk. He tells George, who proceeds to tell Susan, who then starts a chain reaction of phone calls and ultimately winds up getting back to Jerry, who gets dumped as a result.
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When Kramer comes into the restaurant with the clipboard, Elaine reaches for it. In the next shot, she is already writing on it. See more
People can be so vain, don't you know? I have a friend who wears eyeglasses, no prescription in the glasses, because he thinks he looks more intelligent. Now, why? Why do we think that glasses makes us look more intelligent? Is it from the endless hours of reading and studying and researching that this person supposedly blew out their eyeballs? And that's why they need the glasses? It's just a corrective device. If you see someone with a hearing aid, you don't think, "Oh, they must...
Referenced in Nostalgia Critic: North
Music by Roger Roger
(as Eric Swann)
Plays during the montage of Elaine searching for sponges. See more