After Susan dies, George decides to live the high life by going the bachelor pad route. But his fun quickly ends when Jerry quotes Star Trek II and the Ross's decide to create a foundation in Susan's memory. Jerry gets reacquainted with Mulva (see episode "The Junior Mint") and decides to do some research into which recent break-up story was more believable - his or George's. Elaine gets in trouble when J. Peterman flees to Burma and puts her in charge of the catalog. She doesn't think she is up to the task of running a large business until Kramer motivates her with some life lessons he learned in martial arts training. The stories do the trick until Elaine discovers who Kramer has really been fighting. Written by
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Prior to the closing credits, there is a picture with: "In Memory of Our Friend, Marjorie Gross
." Ms. Gross was a writer on the "Seinfeld" series, who passed away due to ovarian cancer over the summer recess. See more
The first time we see the exterior of Monk's restaurant it is clear that the letter before the apostrophe is not a K. Other shots are careful to crop out everything before the apostrophe so as not to reveal the real premises used for exterior shots, Tom's Restaurant on W112th and Broadway. See more
I was free and clear! I was living the dream! I was stripped to the waist eating a block of cheese the size of a car battery!
Before we go any further, I'd just like to point out how disturbing it is that you equate eating a block of cheese with some sort of bachelor paradise.
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