Elaine drags Jerry to a birthday dinner for one of her friends where he meets an attractive woman. He promptly forgets her name and refuses to ask Elaine who she is but remembers where she works. Jerry's parents are in town to go to a family wedding and his Dad suggests he stake-out the lobby around lunchtime. George tags along but they can't quite seem to get their stories straight. Elaine hears about it making them both uncomfortable.
Did You Know?
The plot is based on a real life experience of Larry David
. The names of the people in the the law firm "Sagman, Bennett, Robbins, Oppenheim and Taft" are friends David made at college. See more
This episode was released in 1990, but in the scene after the birthday party right before Elaine and Jerry are in the taxi going home, Times Square is shown as the transition. You can see the films The Bodyguard, Malcolm X, and Passenger 57 displayed on the cinema board. All of these movies were from 1992. How can three movies released in 1992 be displayed on TV episode released in 1990? Must have something to do with syndication. See more
She calls me up at my office, she says, "We have to talk."
Uh, the four worst words in the English language.
That, or "Whose bra is this?"
[wincing and nodding
That is worse.
When the episode was first rerun on December 2, 1992, it included a special introductory segment with Seinfeld and Louis-Dreyfus and Seinfeld stating that this is the first episode that they did together. (Although "Male Unbonding" was actually the first episode filmed with Louis-Dreyfus.) This segment can be seen on the DVD release. See more
Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff See more