Seinfeld/The Kiss Hello

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The Kiss Hello
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Season 6, Episode 17
Airdate February 16, 1995
Production Number 614
Written by Larry David,
Jerry Seinfeld
Directed by Andy Ackerman
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The Kiss Hello is the seventeenth episode of the sixth season of Seinfeld, and the one hundred third episode overall.

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

and Jason Alexander (George)

Guest Starring: Liz Sheridan (Helen), Barney Martin (Morty), Len Lesser (Uncle Leo), Wendie Malick (Wendy), Billye Ree Wallace (Nana)

Also Starring: Carol Leifer (Receptionist), Julio Oscar Mechoso (Julio), Rondi Reed (Mary), Gene Elman (Buddy), Mary Scheer (Joan), Louisa Abernathy (Nurse), Timothy McNeil (Jeff), Mark Fite (Jack), C.D. LaBove (Steve), Wendy Worthington (Louise), Belinda Barry (Stephanie)


Plot Overview

Elaine's friend, a physical therapist, whom Jerry must "kiss hello," has an old style hairdo, that Jerry and Elaine want Kramer to comment on. Jerry's grandmother wants him to open a ketchup bottle and she tells a story about some money that Uncle Leo was supposed to give his sister. Jerry's father is anxious to collect the money and interest Leo owes. Kramer puts tenant pictures up in the lobby and soon Jerry is giving every woman in the building, the "kiss hello"; however, when he stops, he becomes unpopular. George gets his arm looked at, misses a follow up appointment and must pay for that visit. The therapist skips out on her patients, including George, and goes skiing with Elaine. After their trip, she drops Elaine off 3 blocks from her apartment. Elaine injures her shoulder carrying her equipment home, and can't get any complementary treatment. Jerry gets proof of his uncle's dishonesty.


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