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Seinfeld: The Nose Job

George starts dating a woman with a large nose and when Kramer is honest to her about the size of her nose, she gets a nose job. Meanwhile, Jerry has to decide if he wants to stay in a relationship where the only good thing is the sex and Elaine helps Kramer get the jacket back.

Episode Info


Episode number: 3x9
Production Number: 309
Airdate: Wednesday November 20th, 1991

Director: Tom Cherones
Writer: Peter Mehlman


Guest Stars
David BlackwoodDavid Blackwood
As Interviewer
Recurring
Susan DiolSusan Diol
As Audrey
Recurring
Joseph V. PerryJoseph V. Perry
As Newsstand Owner
Roy BrocksmithRoy Brocksmith
As Landlord
Tawny KitaenTawny Kitaen
As Isabel
Main Cast
Jerry SeinfeldJerry Seinfeld
As Jerry Seinfeld
Julia Louis-DreyfusJulia Louis-Dreyfus
As Elaine Marie Benes
Michael RichardsMichael Richards
As Cosmo Kramer
Jason AlexanderJason Alexander
As George Louis Costanza
Episode Notes
This is the first time that Kramer uses the alias of Dr. Von Nostrand. He will later use the alias in a few episodes including season 8's "The Package" and season 9's "The Slicer".

Kramer's mother's name is revealed to be Babs.



Episode Quotes
George: Where'd you meet her?
Jerry: I met her on an elevator.
George: On an elevator? You met a woman on an elevator?
Jerry: Impossible, right?
George: You got less than 60 seconds. It's like dismantling a time bomb.

Jerry: Isabel? She is the most despicable woman I have ever met in my life. I have never been so repulsed by someone mentally and so attracted to them physically at the same time.

Jerry: It's like my brain is facing my penis in a chess game. And I'm letting him win.
George: You're not letting him win. He wins 'till you're forty.
Jerry: Then what?
George: He still wins but it's not a blowout.

George: Very exciting, very exciting! It's like watching a birth!



Cultural References
Jerry: My nose, my nose, my kingdom for nose.

This is a reference to the Shakespeare play Richard III. In the play, Richard III speaks the famous line, “A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse.”



Episode References
When Jerry's brain and penis are playing chess, Jerry says the line, "One for all the marbles." Kramer will later use this line in "The Betrayal".



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