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Seinfeld: The Smelly Car

A valet leaves a strong odor in Jerry's car, and when Jerry can't get rid of it, he tries to sell the car. When it won't sell, Jerry leaves the car, with the keys in the ignition, for someone to take. George spots Susan holding hands with another woman and Kramer attempts to change the Susan's friend's orientation.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x21
Production Number: 422
Airdate: Thursday April 15th, 1993

Guest Stars
Heidi SwedbergHeidi Swedberg
As Susan
Kari ColemanKari Coleman
As Allison
Michael Des BarresMichael Des Barres
As Restaurateur
Nick BakayNick Bakay
As Carl
Raf MauroRaf Mauro
As Car Washer
Robert NobleRobert Noble
As Salesman
Taylor NegronTaylor Negron
As Hairdresser
Walt BeaverWalt Beaver
As Husband
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 episode marks the return of Susan (Heidi Swedberg) and Allison (Kari Coleman).

Episode Quotes
Jerry's monologue: ...And it is embarrassing, because a doggie bag means either you are out at a restaurant when you aren't hungry, or you've chosen the stupidest possible way to get dog food that there is. How about the doggie bag on a date? That's a good move for a guy, huh? Lemme tell you something: if you're a guy and you ask for the doggie bag on a date, you might as well have them just wrap up your genitals too. You're not going to be needing those for awhile, either.

Episode References
Susan details her life with Kramer, including snippets from "The Pitch" and "The Cheever Letters".

George driving women to lesbianism

George worries that he drove Susan to lesbianism during the episode which references "The Truth" during which George mentions that he's driven women to lesbianism.

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