Elaine becomes concerned about this one after discovering that he has a number of crazed ex-girlfriends, one of whom stabs him, another who throws hot coffee in his face.She decides she has to end it, and so Alan tells her she has a big head.
He tells Elaine, They get back together, but in a later episode, Elaine is waiting for Jake at a movie theater when she find out that he’s been injured in a car accident.on being called “Maestro” at all times, even in the middle of making out with Elaine.They sing opera in his convertible and galavant off to Tuscany, but eventually break up after she ruins a signed poster of his favorite tenor (not Domingo, not Pavarotti … She tries to make it up to him in a later episode, but the same thing happens again.They meet after Jake feels the fabric of Elaine’s gabardine coat.Unfortunately, but not for us, Elaine messes their relationship up massively and memorably — twice.She makes Kramer pretend to be her new boyfriend so she has an excuse to break up with him, but the plan backfires when Dr.Reston befriends Kramer and talks him into recommending that Elaine stay with Dr. ” They meet at a party, but when Elaine bumps into him on the street later, she realizes that he remembers every single detail about that night, except for her.He has a stroke before she can break up with him, and there’s an uncomfortable moment where he’s incapacitated after the stroke, on the couch of Jerry’s apartment, and no one knows what to do.Jerry Seinfeld years later said that this stroke plotline made the episode his least-favorite A co-worker of Elaine’s at Pendant Publishing and a recovering alcoholic, he falls off the wagon after Jerry leaves a vodka-and-cranberry next to him at a party, and Dick mistakes it for his cranberry juice. Elaine dates Kevin briefly, but they decide to remain friends, like with Jerry, opening a portal into “bizarro” world, one of the show’s many Superman allusions and one of its best episodes.(Elaine accuses Jerry of doing this intentionally.) He’s eventually fired from his job for drinking, and later drunkenly heckles Jerry during one of his comedy sets. Kevin is everything Jerry’s not: a reader of books, a generous friend, and not obsessed with what Elaine calls “the excruciating minutiae of every single daily event.” But it’s not long before Elaine is exiled from the group (which includes Kramer counterpart “Feldman” and George doppelgänger “Gene”) after her trademark “Get out! We only see a little of Fred, Elaine’s co-worker at Pendant Publishing, the (very religious) boyfriend who breaks up with Elaine after she sends out a Christmas card with her nipple exposed.Elaine really likes Billy, but, after learning about a sudden shortage of contraceptive sponges, she decides she needs to reevaluate her “entire screening process.” She puts Billy through a rigorous interrogation to decide whether he is “sponge-worthy.” He’s able to convince Elaine that he is, by making a compelling case (“I own a very profitable electronics-distribution firm. Her parting words to Fred: “I have seen the nipple on your soul!