Plus, we get more of dentist Tim Whatley (“I choose not to run!”Jerry is finally dating a woman named Lois, but her new boss is a high school rival who Jerry once beat in a track meet, and now wants a rematch.Angry George is funny, but Furious Elaine is downright hysterical.“The sea was angry that day, my friends.Like an old man trying to send back soup at a deli.”George starts dating a woman who thinks he’s is a marine biologist.
Meanwhile, Jerry gets his dentist in trouble after getting a bogus doctor’s note, while Kramer insists upon seeing John Di Maggio in Dinky Donuts.
Meanwhile, Elaine finds out that her boyfriend is a Communist, and Kramer gets a job as a mall Santa.
There’s something about this episode that seems so self-aware of itself, which just makes it all the funnier.
They’re running out of shrimp.”George comes up with a comeback to a co-worker’s insult, albeit far too late, and then becomes obsessed with getting revenge.
Meanwhile, Jerry gets sold a bad tennis racket by a terrible tennis player, and Elaine develops a crush on a video store employee she’s never met due to their shared taste in movies. George’s obsession with his “jerk store” comeback is classic Costanza, and Elaine’s crush on enigmatic video store clerk Vincent is as endearing as it is entertaining.