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Jerry offends a female Native American when he gives Elaine a "Cigar Store Indian" as a gift. George spills coffee on his parents' coffee table, makes Elaine take the subway home, and gives her a TV Guide to read on the ride home. On the subway, Elaine meets a man obsessed with television. Meanwhile, Kramer comes up with an idea for a coffee table that folds out from a book.
Jerry's Monologue: You can always tell what was the best year of your father's life, because they seem to just freeze that clothing style and just ride it out to the end, don't they? And it's not like they don't continue shopping, it's just they somehow manage to find new old clothes. Every father is like this fashion time capsule, you know what I mean. It's like they should be on a pedestal, with someone next to 'em going 'This was nineteen sixty-five'. To me the worst thing is shopping for pants. I hate dressing and undressing in that little room. What men need is a place to shop where you go in, you check your pants at the door, and you just walk around the store in your underwear. That would be the best way. Then you'd really have to lie to the salesman. 'Need some help?' 'No, just getting some air.'