Guest Stars: Barney Martin (Morty) Liz Sheridan (Helen) John Michael Higgins (Kurt) Miguel Sandoval (Marcelino) Andrea Bendewald (Celia) Kathryn Joosten (Betsy) Paul Perri (Detective #1) Al White (Detective #2) Ray Proscia (Prison guard) Opening scene: Jerry and Elaine are waiting on the street for George. We were supposed to go to the auto show, I waited for you, you never came.
I mean, last week we waited for that friend of Kramer's for like, forty minutes. ELAINE: So, the longer you know someone, the shorter you wait for 'em.
(Later, in season six’s “The Soup,” Kolis would play a completely different character, Kelly, a Monk’s waitress that George tries to impress.) Since: her last role was in 1999, as Sheila in the “Wild, Wild Mess” episode of : Coming home after a date, Carol asks George if he wants to come up to her apartment for some coffee, a clear euphemism for “let’s have sex.” He stupidly declines and doesn’t realize his mistake until the next day.
Then come the unanswered phone calls and long, rambling messages…
Since: An accomplished character actress, Diol’s recurring roles include Beth Calavicci (the first wife of Albert Calavicci, played by Dean Stockwell) on : For some reason, the beautiful Ava starts coming on to George, her co-worker, at a party he attended with Elaine and Jerry, and she even admits that she wants to make love to him.
His response: “I long for you.” The two leave the party, leaving Jerry and Elaine behind.
Critics reacted positively to the episode, and David received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
As they are watching TV in Jerry's apartment, Jerry and Elaine flip through the channels, stumbling upon the soft-core pornography channel.
Christine Dunford, as Leslie (“The Baby Shower”) On : George considers the worst date of his life to be the one he had with Leslie, when she poured Bosco all over his red shirt during a performance art piece in Brooklyn, and he’s excited to tell her as much during her baby shower, which Elaine is planning at Jerry’s apartment.Since the real O'Brien's flight is overbooked and he will not be arriving in New York soon, George tells Jerry that since it is such a long wait to get a cab, they should pose as O'Brien and his colleague and take the limo home.George chooses the first name Colin and assumes the identity of O'Brien, as Jerry makes up the name Dylan Murphy. GEORGE: Well, first, I'm brushing my teeth and this piece of apple-skin, that must have been lodged in there for days, comes loose. Anyway, they made this large donation to a women's prison, and I get to go down there and check it out. JERRY: It was a mistake, the bank sent me the wrong ones.