gs: Matt McCoy (Lloyd) Mary Jo Keenen (Deena) Eric Christmas (Haarwood) Sandy Ward (Pop Lazzari) Ruth Cohen (Cashier) Lionel Mark Smith (Florist) Vito D'Ambrosio (Cop) Alan Watt (Attendant)
Kramer is active in the re-opening of an old movie theater. He also is keeping an eye on a friend, Lloyd, who's recovering from a nervous breakdown. Lloyd has a pack of Chinese gum, that Kramer insists everyone tries. George thinks the cashier short-changed him and meets a former neighbor (who's had a breakdown) and his daughter, Deena. George lets his former neighbor look at his car. Elaine tries to avoid interacting with Lloyd, loses a button from her blouse and reveals herself to Lloyd and Kramer. Because of Elaine's lie, Jerry must wear glasses while around Lloyd. Deena tells George that she thinks he is showing signs of being on the verge of a breakdown. George's car, once owned by "Jon Voight" in "The Mom & Pop Store", catches fire. Elaine shows more to Lloyd. Jerry gets more gum. George keeps trying to convince Deena he's not crazy.
b: 14-Dec-95 pc: 710 w: Tom Gammill & Max Pross d: Andy Ackerman
NOTE: Writer / executive producer Larry David makes an uncredited cameo as a guy who sells George a pack of gum.
Actor Peter Keleghan (from "The Non-Fat Yogurt") is replaced by actor Matt McCoy as "Lloyd Braun".