gs: Robert Wagner (Dr. Abbott) Jill St. John (Mrs. Abbott) Debra Messing (Beth) Suzanne Cryer (Marcy) Stephen Caffrey (Arnie) Henry Woronicz (Father Curtis) Monica Lacey (Julie) Ali Marsh (Karen) David Chandler (Brian) Virginia Watson (Nun) Walter Franks (Waiter) Jerry Maren (Dad) Danny Woodburn (Mickey) Bryan Cranston (Whatley)
George's girlfriend is big on using the phrase "yada yada"; Jerry says at least she is succinct. Jerry's dentist just became Jewish and he is already making jokes that make Jerry uncomfortable. Kramer and Mickey double date but they can't decide which of the women is right for them. Elaine is a character reference for a couple who is trying to adopt; a story she tells during the interview destroys all hope of adoption. George drops by Jerry's dental appointment. Mickey and Kramer continue to fight over who gets Karen or Julie. George determines that his girlfriend might be leaving out some significant details with her overuse of the phrase "yada yada." He gets her to fill in the details and discovers more than he wants to know. Jerry confesses to a priest about what he thinks about Tim's conversion. George drops by Jerry's confession. Kramer decides on the right woman and Mickey also decides to make his a commitment. Tim hears about Jerry's dental joke. After hearing Jerry's complaints about Tim, Kramer accuses Jerry of being an "anti-dentite." Elaine lobbies on behalf of Beth and Arnie and makes a sacrifice to try getting them a child. Meanwhile, Beth comes to Jerry for help when her marriage is falling apart. It does and she accompanies Jerry to Mickey's wedding where she reveals an unknown side of her personality.
b: 24-Apr-97 pc: 819 w: Peter Mehlman and Jill Franklyn d: Andy Ackermanposted at September 21, 2003 9:57 PM | TrackBack
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