Seinfeld/The Jimmy

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The Jimmy
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Season 6, Episode 19
Airdate March 16, 1995
Production Number 617
Written by Gregg Kavet &
Andy Robin
Directed by Andy Ackerman
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The Jimmy is the nineteenth episode of the sixth season of Seinfeld, and the one hundred fifth episode overall.

Starring: Jerry Seinfeld (Jerry Seinfeld), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Elaine Benes), Michael Richards (Cosmo Kramer)

and Jason Alexander (George)

Guest Starring: Anthony Starke (Jimmy), Bryan Cranston (Tim Whatley), Richard Herd (Wilhelm), Robert Katims (Deensfrei)

and Mel Tormé (Himself)

Also Starring: Alison Armitage (Cheryl), J.D. Bridges (Paramedic), Elan Carter (Receptionist)

Contents

Plot Overview

The guys play a game of basketball with "the Jimmy," a man who talks about himself in the third person. Jimmy sells odd shaped training shoes and George is an interested investor. Fresh from the gym, he attends a Yankees meeting about thefts, during which he sweats profusely. Jerry goes to the dental office and discovers they now carry Penthouse in the waiting room. Elaine gets tickets to a benefit for the AMCA (Able Mentally Challenged Adults) featuring Mel Tormé, the "Velvet Fog." Elaine tries to meet a handsome guy at the gym, but instead talks with "the Jimmy," who makes the date for himself. On a follow-up visit to the dental office, Jerry feels the dentist and his hygienist may have lived out a fantasy during his time in the chair, the type of thing you might read in Penthouse. Kramer has a visit to the dentist complete with Novocain, later while wearing a pair of Jimmy's shoes, winds up getting a him a seat at the main table of the benefit.

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