gs: Susan Walters (Mystery Woman) Sherman Howard (Roy) Victor Raider-Wexler (Doctor)
Jerry has a date with a woman whose name he has forgotten, but it "rhymes with a female body part." Could it be "Mulva"? Elaine visits an old boyfriend who's in the hospital for an operation; he was once fat, thin she's interested again. Kramer gets an opportunity to witness the operation and he drags Jerry along, while watching they have an accident with a "Junior Mint."
b: 18-Mar-93 pc: 421 w: Andy Robin d: Tom Cherones
NOTE: Her name is... I can't tell you everything! However, if you must know, see "The Foundation," where she returns assuming that Jerry has grown up.
This episode sparked a lawsuit from an employee of a company located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. The employee claims that this company allegedly used the following incident as an excuse to fire him. He discussed this episode with a female co-worker. She didn't get the joke. So he provided a photocopy of a dictionary definition of the body part in question so he wouldn't have to say it.
For the record, the company from Milwaukee was in fact Miller Brewing Company, of Miller High Life and Miller Lite fame. Second biggest brewer in the country. This is why this case got so much press. He originally won about $25 million in damages, but later had to file for bankruptcy after Miller appealed and the courts threw the case out. (http://www.jsonline.com/news/Metro/dec01/4579.asp for more information)