Elaine loans Mr. Pitt's expensive tennis racket to an executive from Doubleday who hints there may be a job opening for Elaine soon. When the woman injures her arm, Elaine can't quite get the racket back. Jerry's girlfriend never smiles or laughs at his jokes but her roommate laughs at everything he says so he contemplates the switch. George comes up with an idea as to how he might get away with it. George's girlfriend, a model, eats like a horse but never puts on weight. Kramer suggests she might be bulimic. The gang learns Kramer's first name, thanks to his mom Babs.
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The name Cosmo is a variant of the Italian "Cosimo", derived originally from Greek "Kosmas", meaning "order", "lawful" or "decency", which here is somewhat ironic. It was brought into English use in 1720 by the Scottish second Duke of Gordon, who named his son (the third Duke of Gordon) after his friend Cosimo III de' Medici. See more
In Jerry's apartment, after he concludes nobody can do the switch, cameras are clearly visible in the vintage Porsche poster above Jerry's right shoulder. The camera's red light can be seen panning from L to R as Jerry moves. See more
Tennis is the only sport where the uniform is what you would wear under your clothes in any other sport. You're actually out there in your underwear. Unless in the old days, you know, they would wear those long pants and the big heavy sweaters. How long did it take them to get over that? "We're out here in the hot sun, running around after a ball. What exactly are we all dressed up for?" Maybe that's why they started keeping score like that. "Point? You know what? Make it 15. I'm ...
Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff See more