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Seinfeld: The Opposite

George realizes that if he'd do the opposite of what he would normally do, his luck may change for the better. Once George quits following his instincts, he finds himself with a job, girlfriend, and free of his parents. Elaine's luck isn't as good as George's after she buys a box of Jujyfruits. Kramer appears on Regis & Kathie Lee to promote his newest product.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x22
Production Number: 521
Airdate: Thursday May 19th, 1994

Guest Stars
Estelle HarrisEstelle Harris
As Estelle Costanza
Hiram KastenHiram Kasten
As Michael
Jeff BartonJeff Barton
As Poker Player #3
Jerry StillerJerry Stiller
As Frank Costanza
Martin BravermanMartin Braverman
As Poker Player #1
Marty RackhamMarty Rackham
As Jake Jarmel
Melanie SmithMelanie Smith
As Rachel
Siobhan FallonSiobhan Fallon
As Tina
Susan SegalSusan Segal
As Waitress
Dedee PfeifferDedee Pfeiffer
As Victoria
French StewartFrench Stewart
As Manager
Fritz MashimoFritz Mashimo
As Interpreter
Jeffrey von MeyerJeffrey von Meyer
As Poker Player #4
Ken TakemotoKen Takemoto
As Chairman
Oscar JordanOscar Jordan
As Counterperson
Paul GleasonPaul Gleason
As Cushman
Regis PhilbinRegis Philbin
As Himself
Rolando MolinaRolando Molina
As Punk #1
Wesley ThompsonWesley Thompson
As Poker Player #2

Larry DavidLarry David
voiced George Steinbrenner
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
Marty Rackham (Jake) previously appeared in "The Sniffing Accountant".

Episode Quotes
Jerry's Opening Monologue: It seems pretty hard to justify, at this point in human history, the existence of men and their handkerchiefs. I mean, they open it up, blow their nose in it, and then put it back in their pockets with their other valuables. Wallet, keys, mucous, yup, got everything. Is it because men can't give birth that they're just proud of anything that comes out of us? Well, actually have a monogram sewn on to it. What is the source of pride here? We-ah-uh, sticking out of the breast pocket of our jacket. 'I have a snot rag.'

Jerry's Closing Monologue: Coffee's a drink that seems to encourage a lot of accessories around it. Coffee cake, coffee table, coffee table book, clutches of people. Say what you want about alcohol, but not only are there not a lot of optional accessories, alcohol actually helps you get rid of things. Family, home, job, driver's license. In fact, at a certain point, the only thing you have to remember to get, is more alcohol, and maybe a rag for your squeegee.

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