gs: Marisa Tomei (Herself) Walter Olkewicz (Nick (Cable Guy)) Ann Guilbert (Evelyn) Frances Bay (Mabel Choate) Bill Macy (Herb) Jesse White (Ralph) Annie Korzen (Doris Klompus) Daniel Zacapa (Power Guy (John)) Golde Starger (Bldg "A") Janice Davis (Bldg "B") Art Frankle (Bldg "C") Liz Sheridan (Helen) Barney Martin (Morty) Heidi Swedberg (Susan) Sandy Baron (Klompus)

Kramer continues to play with the cable guy. George's obsession with Marisa makes Susan suspicious. Elaine calls Jerry in Florida and tells him she wants to come and join him. Elaine gets George Marisa's phone number and now he needs her for an alibi (which involves her "boyfriend" Art Vandelay, an importer/ exporter). Morty's ace in the hole, to keep him from impeachment, is the woman Jerry stole the marble rye from, but she doesn't remember him, at least at first. The cable guy zeros in on Kramer, but he gets away. George's meeting with Marisa doesn't go as well as planned and Susan thinks he he's having an affair with Elaine. The cable guy concedes defeat.

b: 08-Feb-96 pc: 717 w: Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld d: Andy Ackerman

NOTE: Originally broadcast as part of a 60 min episode.
Someone once asked why this production number is 717 and not 715, directly following part 1. I can only assume (I can't prove) that production was initially begun on the orginal script and part way into its production they realized that they had enough material for a second part. Since the 715 & 716 scripts were probably already beginning pre-production, the next number available was 717. Of course, this is only a theory.
When Kramer is chased by the Cable Guy, it can be noticed that there is an obvious product placement of Rold Gold Pretzels that Kramer is eating out of his grocery bag. A product that was being endorsed by Jason Alexander.