When Jerry runs into his old college friend Diane, she asks how George is and what he's doing now. Not knowing what else to say, Jerry says George is a marine biologist - George had been talking about a science program on TV - and she takes a definite interest. They start seeing each other, but a walk on the beach proves fateful. Kramer has gotten himself a car trunk full of golf balls and decides to go to the beach to practice his golf. He also gives Elaine a electronic organizer. Elaine is thrilled at the prospect of meeting famed Russian author Testikov, but one of Jerry's practical jokes backfires.
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Jerry Seinfeld considers the episode to be one of his favorites. See more
George exits Jerry's bathroom and closes the door behind him, leaving it slightly ajar. After Kramer charges into Jerry's apartment to ask if anyone wants to go hit golf balls, the bathroom door is wide open. As the camera changes views, the bathroom door alternates between slightly open and wide open. See more
[talking with Lippman and Testikow in the limo about "War and Peace"
Although one wonders if "War and Peace" would have been as highly acclaimed as it was if it was published under its original name "War: What Is It Good For?"
Yes, Mr. Lippman. It was his mistress who insisted he called it "War and Peace." "War - What Is It Good For"
[speaking to Testikov
The song got that line got from Tolstoy.
I'm sorry. It's just her sense of humor.
Written by Barrett Strong
and Norman Whitfield
Performed by Julia Louis-Dreyfus See more