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Seinfeld: The English Patient

The gang alienates Elaine when they find out that she didn't like The English Patient. She lies to Peterman about seeing it, so he arranges for her to watch it. Kramer teaches a group of Dominicans about communism, which leads them to revolt on Kramer. Jerry goes to Florida to visit his parents where an elderly man challenges Jerry to a weightlifting competition. Meanwhile, a woman mistakes George for her boyfriend.

Episode Info

Episode number: 8x17
Production Number: 817
Airdate: Thursday March 13th, 1997

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Guest Stars
Barney MartinBarney Martin
As Morty Seinfeld
Edgar SmallEdgar Small
As Sid Luckman
Gene DynarskiGene Dynarski
As Izzy Jr.
Jeff Miller (1)Jeff Miller (1)
As Neil
Joe UrlaJoe Urla
As Dugan
John OJohn O'Hurley
As J. Peterman
Lauren BowlesLauren Bowles
As Waitress
Lisa MendeLisa Mende
As Carol
Liz SheridanLiz Sheridan
As Helen Seinfeld
Lloyd BridgesLloyd Bridges
As Izzy
OO'Neal Compton
As Earl Haffler
Chelsea NobleChelsea Noble
As Danielle
Earl SchumanEarl Schuman
As Izzy Sr.
Juan GarciaJuan Garcia
As Jaime
Todd JeffriesTodd Jeffries
As Blaine
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 References
Elaine: Sex in a tub, that doesn't work.

In "The Robbery", Jerry tells Elaine that if she has sex in his apartment while he's away, do it in the tub.

Warning: Seinfeld season 8 episode 17 guide may contain spoilers
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