gs: Corbin Bernsen (Himself) George Wendt (Himself) Debi A. Monahan (Chelsea) Fred Savage (Himself) Peter Murnik (Lt. Martel) Elmarie Wendel (Helene) Debi A. Monaham (Chelsea) Ricky Dean Logan (The Freak) Vaughn Armstrong (Lt. Coleman) Keith Morrison (Himself) Manfred Melcher (Officer) Christopher Michael Moore (Studio Guard) Dyana Ortelli (Lupe) Michael Gerard (Recepcionist)
With Elaine in Europe, Jerry asks George to accompany him on a trip to LA and The Tonight Show; while there they will try to locate Kramer. While auditioning, Kramer must deal with the advances of an older female landlord (an actress who hasn't worked since 1934) and get someone in Hollywood to read his script treatment. A body is discovered; the victim, a young woman, was strangled. Kramer meets a woman at an audition and he gives her a copy of his script. Jerry loses the correct phrasing for some new jokes and George tries to get Lupe, the chambermaid, to make his bed just right. At The Tonight Show, George disturbs the guests and Jerry bombs. The woman Kramer gave the script to is strangled and his script is found in her possession. Kramer's face is shown on the news as the prime suspect for the "Smog Strangler," a serial-killer.
b: 12-Aug-92 pc: 401 w: Larry Charles d: Tom Cherones