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Episode 122

Written by: Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin
Directed by Andy Ackerman

Episode no. 122
pc: 712, season 7, episode 12
Broadcast date: January 26, 1996

The Cast

Jerry Seinfeld..........................Jerry Seinfeld
Jason Alexander......................George Costanza
Julia Louis-Dreyfus..................Elaine Benes
Michael Richards.....................Cosmo Kramer

Guest Stars:
Brenda Strong........................Sue Ellen Mishke
Armin Shimerman...................Stan The Caddy
Arthur Rosenberg....................Judge
Cynthia Madvig.......................Woman #1
Marilyn Tokuda.......................Woman #2
Jerry Stiller.............................Frank Costanza
Estelle Harris...........................Estelle Costanza
Heidi Swedberg.......................Susan Ross
Phil Morris...............................Jackie Chiles
Richard Herd...........................Wilhelm
John O'Hurley..........................J Peterman

(Scene:  Jerry's Apartment)


Jerry:  So why don't you get a locksmith?

George:  I was going to, but then I found out that the auto club has this free locksmith service, so I signed up.  Just waiting for the membership to kick in.

Jerry:  How long has your car been sitting in the Yankee parking lot?

George:  I don't know, about three days.

(Kramer enters with golf clubs)

Jerry:  Y- you're not playin' golf?

Kramer:  Yes, indeed.  The calendar says winter, but he gods of spring are out.

George:  Are the courses open?

Kramer:  No, no........I'm sneaking in with Stan the Caddy, we've been going through the caddies entrance.

George.  Huh, No kidding?

Kramer:  Yeah, and I'll tell ya something else.  Stan's advice has transformed my game.  He's never wrong.  Oh, he thinks eventually I'll have a shot at making it big on the senior tour.  Oh, that's my dream, Jerry.

Jerry:  Really, you're getting that good?

Kramer:  Oh, I'm the real deal.

(Knocking is heard from outside in the hallway)

Kramer:  Yeah, here, Stan, in here!

(Stan enters)

Kramer:  There he is, yeah - Jerry, George, this is Stan the Caddy.

George:  How ya doin'?

Jerry:  Hi.

Stan:  Nice to meet you.  Ready to hit the links, Kramer?

Kramer:  Oh yeah, you betcha.

Stan:  What are those, ah, cotton pants?

Kramer: Yeah...Why, is it too cold out?

Stan:  Here's what you do:  you bring a lightweight jacket, that way the sun comes out, you play the jacket off the sweater.

Kramer:  Ah, that makes sense, that's a good call, Stan.  Alright, we'll see you guys later, huh?

George:  Yeah.

Jerry:  Yeah, we'll see ya.

(Kramer and Stan leave)

Jerry and George (together):  Stan The Caddy.


(Scene: On the street)

Sue Ellen:  Elaine?

(Elaine turns to see Sue Ellen waving her hand)

Sue Ellen:  Hi!

Elaine (thinking to herself):  Oh, great.  It's the bra-less wonder. Who does she think she's kidding?  Look at her, she's totally out of control.

Sue Ellen:  I was thinking that woman looks like Elaine Benes.

Elaine:  Yeah, ha ha ha.  What have you been up to?

Sue Ellen:  I've just been hanging out.

Elaine (nodding): I see.

Sue Ellen:  Oh, listen!  I'm having a birthday party tomorrow evening, I'd love it if you came by.

Elaine:  Tomorrow...?  I don't know if I can.

Sue Ellen: Nooo?

Elaine:  Yeah, I'm just really, really busy.

Sue Ellen:  Oh, that's too bad.

Elaine:  Yeah.

Sue Ellen:  Well, I hope you can get me a gift anyway.........ha ha ha.

Elaine:  Ha ha ha.

(Scene:  Yankee Stadium)

Wilhelm:  George!?

George:  Mr. Wilhelm!

Wilhelm:  I'm sorry to interrupt you, but Mr Steinbrenner and I really want you to know we appreciate all the hours you've been putting in....And, ah, confidentially, Sozonkel, our Assistant to the General Manger, hasn't really been working out. And the boos thinks, you're the man for the job!  So, keep it under your hat!

(Scene:  Jerry's Apartment)

George:  Assistant to the General Manager!!  You know what means?!?  He'd could be askin' my advice on trades!  Trades, Jerry, I'm a heartbeat away!

Jerry:  That's a hell of an organization they're running up there.  I can't understand why they haven't won a pennant in 15 years.

George:  And, it is all because of that car.  You see, Steinbrenner is like the first guy in, at the crack of dawn.  He sees my car, he figures I'm the first guy in.  Then, the last person to leave is Wilhelm.  He see my car, he figures I'm burning the midnight oil.  Between the two of them, they think I'm working an 18 hour day!

Jerry:  Locking your keys in your car is the best career move you ever made.

(Elaine enters)

Elaine:  Hey.

Jerry: Hey.

George:  Hey, how ya doing?!?

Elaine:  Better, now.

Jerry:  yeah, what happened?

Elaine:  You know Sue Ellen Mishke?

Jerry:  Sue Ellen Mishke?

Elaine:  Yeah, the woman I grew up with in Maryland, she moved here last year...

Jerry:  Sounds familiar.

Elaine:  The heiress to the O'Henry candy bar fortune--

Jerry:  Oh, yeah, you mentioned her.

Elaine:  Yes.  I ran into her today.  This woman has never, not once, ever, as long as I have known her, worn a bra.

George: Ah, that is disgusting--

Jerry:  That is just shameless, I don't know, There's no--

George:  The woman's a pig, what wrong with her--

Jerry:  It's wrong, it's rude, and it's--

George:  It's disgusting--

Elaine (getting up to leave):  Alright, there's no---

George:  Come on! Come-on.

Jerry:  We're only kidding!

Elaine:  You don't understand.  See, she hasn't changed at all.  She stole my boyfriend when I was in high school.  I was at this party, and I was dating this really cute guy, his name was Tom Cosley, by the way, and she goes walking by, in this little floozy outfit, and he follows her, right out the door!

Jerry (excited):  She's your Lex Luthor!

Elaine:  Her birthday's comin' up, so I decided to get her a little present.

Jerry:  What are you going to get her?

Elaine:  A very traditional, a very supportive, brazier.

Jerry:  There's nothing subtle about that.

George:  No, no, she might just think its a gift.

Jerry:  Have I ever bought you a jock strap as a gift?

(Scene:  The coffee shop)

George:  Ahhh, Hey-Ho.

Jerry:  What the hell are you doing here, aren't you supposed to be at work?!?

George:  Yeah, well I'm thinking about getting out of town with Susan for a few days....Her parents rebuilt the cabin!

Jerry:  So, you're just taking off from work?

George:  They won't know.  I got the car there.

Jerry:  Do you think this is such a good idea, with you being on the verge of this big promotion?

George:  My presence, in that office, can only hurt my chances.

(Scene:  Elaine's office at J Peterman)

Receptionist on Intercom:  Sue Ellen Mishke to see you.

Elaine:  Sue Ellen Mishke?  Ah, alright, send her in.

(Sue Ellen enters, wearing the brazier as a top, with a black blazer)

Sue Ellen:  Hi Elaine.

Elaine:  Hellllloo.

Sue Ellen:  I happened to be in the neighborhood, so I thought I'd stop in, and thank you for your lovely gift.

Elaine:  Ohhhhh.  You're....welcome.

Sue Ellen:  Is anything wrong?

Elaine:  Well, Sue Ellen, it's a, it's not a top, it's a bra.

Sue Ellen:  Oh, I know. Thanks again.

(Scene:  The Rosses cabin)

George:  This is the life!  Isn't it, huh, kid?

Susan:  Wanna check out a swap meet?

George:  Yeah, maybe.  Where'd you get that?

Susan:  Oh, it was on the windshield of the car when we came out of that rest stop.

(George sits up suddenly)

(Scene:  Jerry's apartment, phone ringing)

Jerry (answering phone):  Yello.

George:  Hey, hey, it's George, I need ya to do me a favor.

Jerry:  What's goin' on?

George:  I just remembered, there's this Chinese restaurant out near Yankee Stadium, that puts flyers on all the cars.

Jerry:  Yeah, so?

George:  Alright, this is what ya gotta do: I need ya to go out to the parking lot at Yankee Stadium, and take the flyers off my car.

Jerry:  You know last time you had me throwin' a rye bread up three floors to you, now you want me to go up to the Bronx, take flyers off your car, where does it end?!?

George:  Alright, alright.  I'll drive the 4 hours each way, 6 hours all together, and take 'em off myself!!

Jerry:  Alright, alright, I'll do it!!

(Jerry hangs up, Kramer enters Jerry's apartment)

Jerry:  Hey, what are ya up to?

Kramer.  Nothin'.

Jerry:  Do ya wanna go with me up to the Bronx and see if there's any flyers on George's car.

Kramer (excited):  Sure!

Jerry:  I guess I coulda said just about anything there, couldn't I?

Kramer:  yep.

(Scene: Yankee Stadium parking lot.)

(George's car is covered with flyers bird droppings)

Jerry:  Oh, man, look at this mess!  You know what's gonna happen if they see this?  What are we gonna do?

Kramer:  I don't know.

Jerry:  Well, we gotta get it washed....Ah, the keys are locked inside!

Kramer:  Wait a second....

Jerry:  What are ya gonna do?

Kramer:  I'll just snag the lock with this.  Here we go...

Jerry:  Yeah, this quite a life I lead here, huh?

(Scene:  Jerry and Kramer driving George's car, after the car wash.  Kramer is behind the wheel.)

Kramer:  George has gotta be happy about this.

Jerry (indifferent):  Yeah, yeah, yeah...

Jerry:  Oh my God, Kramer, is that woman just wearing a bra?

(Sue Ellen is seen walking down the street)

Kramer:  Oh, mama.

Jerry:  Kramer!!!

(Car crashes into a lamp post)


(Scene:  Jerry's Apartment)

Elaine:  My God, are you okay?

Kramer:  I got a cut on my head and I banged my shoulder.

Jerry:  I guess I have to bring his car back up to the stadium, if it can make it.

Elaine:  So how did this happen?

Jerry: He was starin' at some woman!

Kramer:  I couldn't help it, you saw what she was wearing.

Elaine:  What woman?

Jerry:  There was this beautiful woman walking down the street wearing just a bra.  I can't get that image out of my mind.

Elaine: God.

Jerry:  What?

Elaine:  Was it a tall woman, in a black blazer?

Jerry:  Yeah!

Elaine:  Ohhh!  That's Sue Ellen Mishke!

Jerry:  Sue Ellen Mishke?

Elaine:  That's the bra I gave here, she's wearing it as a top!  The woman is walking around in broad daylight with nothing but a bra on, she's a menace to society.

Kramer:  You know, my arm really hurts.  I wonder if its gonna affect my golf swing.

(Kramer makes a golf swing motion and collapses in pain)

(Stan enters)

Stan (out of breath):  I got your message, how's the shoulder?

Kramer:  Yeah, it's my left arm, I can't swing it!

Stan:  No, no.  Not the left arm!

Kramer:  What happens if I can't play like I was? What about the tour, and all my dreams?

Elaine:  Oh!  I got it!  Let's sue her!

Kramer:  Sue her?

Elaine:  Yeah, she's loaded.  She's the heiress to the O'Henry candy bar fortune.

Kramer:  No, no, no, I can't.  I learned my lesson from that coffee company.

Elaine:  Kramer, listen to me.  Listen!  This is a once in a lifetime opportunity.  Your dreams have been shattered, somebody's got to be held accountable.  Come on, we'll take for every penny she's got!

Kramer:  What do you think, Stan?

Stan:  Let's go for the green!  You know a good lawyer?

(Kramer smiles)

(Scene:  Jackie Chiles' office)

Jackie:  So you're driving in the car, you're with your friend, minding your own business?

Kramer:  Yeah.

Jackie:  Then what happened?

Kramer:  The we saw this woman, and she was wearing a bra with no top.

Jackie:  No top?  She didn't have a top on?

Kramer:  No.  So I got distracted and I crashed the car.

Jackie:  Well how would you describe this woman?  Would you say she was an attractive woman?

Kramer:  Oh, yeah.

Jackie:  So we got an attractive woman, wearing a bra, no top, walkin' around in broad daylight.  She's flouting society's conventions!

Kramer:  She was flouting.

Jackie:  That's totally inappropriate.  It's lewd, vesivius, salacious, outrageous!

Kramer:  It was outrageous.  And she's the heir to the O'Henry candy bar fortune.

Jackie:  Could you repeat that?

Kramer:  I said she's the heir to the O'Henry candy bar fortune.

Jackie:  O'Henry?  That's one of our top-selling candy bars.  It's got chocolate, peanuts, nougat, it's delicious, scrumptious, outstanding!  Have you been to a doctor?

Kramer:  No.

Jackie (speaking to the intercom):  Susie, call Dr. Bison, set up an appointment for Mr. Kramer, tell him it's for me.

Kramer:  So whadda ya think, Jackie? I mean we got a case?

Jackie:  Like taking candy from a baby.

(Scene:  The cabin)
George: �I think I got it. �How 'bout this? How 'bout this? We trade Jim Leyritz and Bernie Williams, for Barry Bonds, huh? �Whadda ya think?  That way you have Griffey and Bonds, in the same outfield! �Now you got
a team! Ha ha ha.

Susan:  I don't know, George. I'm still worried about this car thing.

George:  Would ya stop worrying?

Susan:  Well, what about the flyers?

George:  Jerry took the flyers off the car, I got the whole thing covered.

(Scene:  Yankee Stadium parking lot)

(Jerry having difficulty parking the car.  After getting the car in the space, Jerry leans against the door, trying to close it.  Finally he gives up and leaves, kicking a piece of the car under it as he goes)

(Scene:  Yankee Stadium, Steinbrenner's office, someone is knocking)

Steinbrenner:  Come in!

(Wilhelm enters)

Steinbrenner:  Ah, Wilhelm.

Wilhelm:  Mr. Steinbrenner, I am very concerned about George Costanza.

Steinbrenner:  How 'bout a 'good morning'?

Wilhelm:  Yes sir, good morning, good morning, sir.

Steinbrenner:  Good morning to you, Wilhelm.

Wilhelm:  Anyway, his car's in the parking lot, the front end is based in, and there's blood in the car, and we can't find him anywhere.  Obviously he was in some sort of terrible car accident, and, trooper that he is, he tried to make it into work, sir.

Steinbrenner:  Alright, Wilhelm, listen to me.  I want the stadium scoured.  He could be bleeding to death in the bullpen.  Put everyone on alert, check all the area hospitals, clinics, shelters, we've gotta find that kid.

Wilhelm:  Yes sir, yes sir.

Steinbrenner:  We must find George, find him, Wilhelm!

(Scene:  The hallway in Jerry's building)

(As Jerry walks down the hall to his apartment, he finds Sue Ellen knocking on Kramer's door)

Sue Ellen:  Excuse me, do you happen to know the gentleman across the hall?

Jerry (mesmerized): Yes, yes, I do.

Sue Ellen:  Do you happen to know if he'll be back anytime soon?

Jerry:  No, I don't.

Sue Ellen:  Oh...

Jerry:  Is there something I can help you with?

Sue Ellen:  No, I really just needed to speak with him.

Jerry:  Well, you can wait for him in here if you like.

Sue Ellen:  Oh, maybe I will.

(Jerry quickly unlocks his door, before she can change her mind)

Sue Ellen:  If you don't mind.

Jerry:  No, no, not at all.

Sue Ellen:  Thanks.

Jerry:  I'm Jerry Seinfeld.

(Scene:  Yankee Stadium, Steinbrenner's office, someone is knocking)

Steinbrenner:  What is with these people, all day long.  Come in, come in.


Wilhelm:  Ah, Mr. Steinbrenner, you know, we've searched everywhere, there's no sign of him.  Not even anyone who remotely fits his description, sir.

Steinbrenner:  Oh my God, do you know what this means, Wilhelm?

Wilhelm:  What, sir?

Steinbrenner:  He's dead!  Costanza's dead!

Wilhelm:  Well, no, no, you see, I don't think--

Steinbrenner:  As quickly as he came here, he's gone.  The poor little guy!  Easy.  Easy, big Stein, get it together.  Ok, Wilhelm.

Wilhelm:  Yessir?

Steinbrenner:  Find out where his parents live.

Wilhelm:  Parents.

Steinbrenner:  I'm gonna personally notify them. ...and, ah, line up some candidates to fill that assistant to the General Manager position, we can't grieve forever!  We gotta get back to business!  Back to Business Wilhelm!

(Scene: Jerry's Apartment)

(Kramer enters)

Kramer:  Well, buddy, he's taking the case!  Jackie Chiles is right on it!  Right on it, he's all over it!

Jerry (not happy):  Oh, really?

Kramer:  Why, wh-wh-what's wrong, come on?

Jerry:  I don't know, so the woman was walking around in a bra, I mean it's no big deal.  You're still drivin'.  You should have been watching the road.

Kramer:  Well, your attitude has certainly changed.

Jerry:  I don't think my attitude has changed.

Kramer:  Now listen, Jerry, I'm gonna need you to testify.

Jerry:  Well, I don't know if I....

Kramer:  Jerry, Jerry, you gotta testify!

Jerry:  I don't think I--

Kramer:  Listen, this is a million dollars we're talkin' about, Jerry, now this is the big league, the big time, now I need you on my team, Jerry!

Jerry:  Well, I'm just not sure how I feel about it, Kramer.

Kramer:  Alright what's gotten into you, what's happened?!?

Jerry:  Nothing's happened.

Kramer (in disgust): Goohhhhck.

(As Kramer begins to leave, he notices an O'Henry wrapper in the garbage can)

Kramer (picking up the wrapper):  Ohhhh, what's this?

Jerry:  Oh, no, no, no, wait a second, wait a second,...

Kramer: I see....Yessss.  Little Miss Candy Bar paid a visit, didn't she?

Jerry:  Kramer, it is not what you think.

Kramer:  Ah, Ah, Ahhhhh!  I know what I think.  I think you're gaga over this dame.  She's twisted you around her little finger, and now, you're willing to sell me, and Elaine, and whoever else you have to, right down the river.

Jerry:  And what about yooou?!?  Tryin' to bilk an innocent bystander out of a family fortune, built on sweat and toil, manufacturing quality O'Henry candy bars, for honest, hard-working Americans!

Kramer:  You're just out for sex!

Jerry:  You're just out for money!

Kramer and Jerry (together):  Ah, Ah, Ahhhhh!

(Scene:  The Costanza house, Queens)

(Steinbrenner is knocking, Estelle open the door)

Steinbrenner:  Mrs. Costanza?

Estelle (smiling):  Yesss?

Steinbrenner:  My name is George Steinbrenner, I'm afraid I have some very sad new about your son.

(Scene changes to Costanza living room)

Estelle (crying):  I can't believe it, he was so young.  How could this have happened?

Steinbrenner:  Well, he'd been logging some pretty heavy hours, first one in in the morning, last one to leave at night.  That kid was a human dynamo.

Estelle:  Are you sure you're talking about George?

Steinbrenner:  You are Mr. and Mrs. Costanza?

Frank (yelling):  What the hell did you trade Jay Buhner for?!?  He had 30 home runs, over 100 RBIs last year, he's got a rocket for an arm, you don't know what the hell you're doin'!!

Steinbrenner: �Well, Buhner was a good prospect, no  question about it.  But my baseball people love Ken Phelps' bat. �They kept saying 'Ken Phelps , Ken Phelps'.

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(Scene:  Jerry entering his apartment, as Frank is leaving a message on his answering machine)

Frank (from the answering machine):  Jerry, it's Frank Costanza, Mr. Steinbrenner is here, George is dead, call me back!

(The phone rings again)

Jerry (answering phone):  Hello?

George (other end of phone):  Hey, it's George.  

Jerry:  Where have you been?!?

George:  What?

Jerry:  I just got the most bizarre message from you father, Steinbrenner is at you house, they think you're dead!

George:  Dead?

Jerry:  Yeah, and we had an accident with your car, it's a little crumpled.

George:  My car is a little crumpled?!?

Jerry:  Yeah, yeah, I didn't know what to do so I put it back at the stadium.  Oh, wait a second, wait a second, they saw the car, they saw the blood, they couldn't find ya, and now that's why Steinbrenner thinks you're dead!

George:  Okay, I gotta head back right away, I'll -- I gotta figure something out here.

Jerry:  Well you gotta call your parents.

George:  I can't, Steinbrenner might still be there!

Jerry:  Aren't you gonna tell your parents you're still alive?

George:  Nnnooo!  They could use the break!

(Scene:  Elaine's office at J Peterman)

(Elaine is at her desk, Peterman enters)

Peterman (holding up a bra):  Elaine, do you see this?  Do you see what I'm holding is my hands?

Elaine:  Yeah, it's a bra.

Peterman:  I saw a woman in our hallway wearing one of these as a top.  What exquisite beauty, I ran down the hallway to talk to her, but the elevator door closed.  It was not to be.  Perhaps our paths will cross again some day.

Elaine:  What is this all about?

Peterman:  I wanna market this item as a new direction in women's fashion.  We're gonna sell this as a top.  Here's the angle:  Zelda Fitzgerald, aaaand, somebody in the 20s, wearing this at wild parties, driving all the men crazy.....Have it on my desk by the end of the week.

(Scene:  Yankee Stadium, Steinbrenner's office, someone is knocking)

Steinbrenner:  Come in, come in.

(George enters, with a bandage on his head, walking with crutches)

George:  Mr. Steinbrenner--

Steinbrenner (shocked):  Ahhh, Ahhh!  Ah, ah ah!  Is it you?

George:  Yeah, it's me sir.  It's been a harrowing few days.  After the car accident, I crawled into a ditch and managed to survive on grubs and puddle water, until a kindly old gentleman picked me up.

Steinbrenner:  Grubs, huh?  Gotta admit, I never tasted one of those.

George:  Anyway, as I was lying in the puddle, I think I may have found a way for us to get Bonds and Griffey, and we wouldn't have to give up that much.

Steinbrenner:  Well, don't tell it to me George, tell it to the new Assistant to the General Manager.

George:  I didn't get the job?

Steinbrenner:  Well, once you were dead, we couldn't just sit on our hands.  We had to make a move...

(Dejected, George turns to leave, no longer walking with he crutches, and takes the bandage off his head)

Steinbrenner:  But, you still have your old job.  Of course, we'll have to dock you for the time you missed.  We're running a ball club here.  If I give special treatment to you, everyone will want it. Next thing you know its chaos!  And I can tell you this, chaos does not work for the New York Yankees!  Not as long as I'm running the show!

(Scene:  Courtroom)

Jackie:  So it was the meeting on the street that prompted you to buy the bra for Miss Mishke, would you say that was correct?

Elaine (on the witness stand):  Yes...ummm, yes, that's correct.

(Sue Ellen leans back and smiles at Jerry, Kramer notices, worried)

Jackie:  And you have also brought with you, another bra, exactly like the one that she so flagrantly exhibited herself in!

Elaine:  Yes, that's correct.

(Kramer is now on the witness stand)
Jackie:  What was you golf score, the last round you played...before you shoulder was injured?

Kramer:  Three under par.

(Stan nods proudly)

Jackie (impressed):  Oooohhhh, three under par...That's what the professionals shoot, isn't it?

Kramer:  If they're lucky.

(Stan laughs)

(Jerry is now on the witness stand)
Jackie:  Would you tell this jury exactly what you saw on the corner of 83rd Street and Columbus?

Jerry (hesitant): I...don't remember.

Jackie:  Well, did you, or did you not, see the defendant, wearing the bra?

Jerry:  I don't know.  Maybe.

Jackie:  Mr. Seinfeld, I might remind you that you are under oath.  Now I ask you again, did you or did you not, see this woman wearing the bra?!?

Jerry:  ....Alright, alright, I saw her!  And she was beautiful in that bra!  I'm crazy about her!  I love her whole free swinging, free wheeling attitude!

Judge (banging his gavel):  This court will come to order!

Jackie:  No further questions, your honor.

Judge:  You may step down.

Jackie (to Kramer):  I think we got this wrapped up.[Image:1192003_31543_33.png]

Kramer:  Yeah, yeah...What's your read, Stan?

Stan:  You're close, you're on the green.  You just have to go for the cup.

Kramer:  What do you mean?

Stan:  Have her try on the bra, see if it fits.

Jackie:  No, no, no, no!

Kramer:  Do it, Jackie.  Stan's the man.

Jackie:  Stan?  Who the hell is Stan?

Kramer:  He's my caddy.

Jackie:  You're caddy?!?  This is a big mistake!

Kramer:  G- cada-

Jackie:  Your honor, we request at this time, that Miss Mishke...try on the bra.

Judge:  This court will come to order!  Go ahead Miss Mishke, try it on.

(Sue Ellen proceeds to try on the bra, over her top, but it seems too small)

Sue Ellen:  Ah, it doesn't fit...I can't put it on.

Jackie (to Kramer and Stan):  Damn fools!  Look at that!  We got nothin' now, nothin'!  I've been practicing law for 25 years, you're listenin' to a caddy!  This is a public humiliation!  You can't let the defendant have control of the key piece of evidence.  Plus, she's trying it on over a leotard, of course a bra's not gonna fit on over a leotard.  A bra gotta fit right up a person's skin, like a glove!

(Scene:  Elaine's office)

(Two women enter wearing bras as tops)

Woman #1:  Oh, hey, Elaine, how 'bout some lunch?

Elaine:  Oh, no, I don't think so.

Woman #2:  Great job on the Gatzby Swing Top.  It's a winner.

Elaine:  Yeah, yeah, thanks.

Woman #1:  Are you sure you don't wanna go?  We have reservations.

Elaine:  Oh, I don't think you'll have any trouble gettin' a table.

Woman #1:  Ciao.

Woman #2:  Ba-bye.

(Elaine makes a gun with her fingers and points it to her head)

(End of Episode)

Transcribed by Stan The Caddy
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