The goal is to rewatch the entire series chronologically to see what truly worked, what still holds up today, what feels just a bit dated and yada, yada, yada it will be a great time. So settle into your couch with the cushions flipped over, grab a Snapple and enjoy the ride! Kramer was a real fly in the ointment for Jerry and George and I loved his Rushdie stuff and wish we got more of a payoff there. If George had a little more screen time, he probably would have taken it for me. First class stuff here from Lainey. Jerry is a fool for letting that bother him, by the way.
She is very beautiful, but Elaine Benes tells Jerry that her breasts are fake. At first Jerry dismisses this and thinks nothing of it, but as usual, Jerry's neurosis gets the best of him and he obsesses over whether or not her breasts are real. Elaine was in a sauna at the gym with Sidra and she accidentally fell onto Sidra, inadvertently grabbing her breasts in order to break her fall. As a result of this, Elaine then determines that her breasts are in fact real, annoying Jerry. Sidra and Jerry's relationship ends badly because she thinks he sent Elaine into the sauna on purpose in order to find out if her breasts were real or not which wasn't actually the case. Sidra's final line was "They're real, and they're spectacular. Sal asked if that was the same Jerry from their health club.
But trust us: scroll down, and you'll be shocked by how many of these women you recognize. As it turns out, she's engaged, but he's stuck accompanying her on a five-hour boat trip around Manhattan. Today, she's a real estate agent in Los Angeles. Their relationship fizzles after they spend a rainy weekend trapped together in a bed and breakfast.
It originally broadcast on February 25, The episode was written by Peter Mehlman and was directed by Tom Cherones. At the gym, Jerry talks with Sidra , a beautiful and busty girl with whom he has gone out on a date. They schedule another date.