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One day, out of the blue, an emotionally fifteen but physically thirtysomething man named Jerry, whom she kissed a couple of times in high school, asks her to come into the city for lunch. After a bunch of drama involving Jerry's sociopathic friends, Nina and Jerry break up.
They reminisce about reading "Tropic of Capricorn," a book that Sherry still loves and can quote, though she's now more of an Anaïs Nin person. She decides to turn the breakup into performance art by sending Jerry a letter from Neil Simon's "Chapter Two." He doesn't get it.
She decides she'll shake things up during an upcoming trip to New York by sleeping with an extremely confident**—and very neurotic—**club comedian she once met, named Jerry.
But, on the ride back to his apartment, she remembers that all his jokes were about, like, socks getting lost in the dryer.
nine years, the show "Seinfeld" followed a fictional version of the comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his psychopathic friends Elaine, George, and Kramer as Jerry dated a string of women and wondered what the deal was with various things."Seinfeld" is considered one of the best shows of all time.
But would it have been even better if it were told from the perspective of the normal women whom Jerry terrorized?
Season 8, Episode 4October 10, 1996Elaine's staff loses respect for her after seeing her dance; George benefits socially when Elaine labels him a "bad seed"; Kramer's friend forces Jerry into crime. After Jerry suddenly rushes out of the diner, screaming, Sherry pays both their bills and spends a lovely afternoon at ."The Letter"Nina is a brilliant artist dating Jerry Seinfeld, a comedian who is as observant of life's surface-level quirks as he is terrified of actual emotion. Nina sells a painting of Jerry's neighbor for ten trillion dollars."The Virgin"Marla is a virgin, and her "doesn't need to fuck right now but wants you to know that he DOES fuck" boyfriend, Jerry, and all his friends act like it's this huge deal.Everything is drama with these people."The Junior Mint"Dolores is dating a guy who is so self-absorbed that it's almost like he sees even the most boring details of his life as material for a hit show called "Jerry Seinfeld." It’s extremely clear to her that he’s forgotten her name when they plan a date and he says, "See you then . ." then trails off, grimaces, and finally settles on "champ." Dolores and her friends decide, over coffee, that she should troll him by dropping very oblique hints to what her name is.Laura arranges for a girlfriend to call her and to pretend to be Laura's fiancé, since men respect boundaries only when they’re set by other men."The Stakeout"Vanessa meets her friend Elaine's ex, Jerry, who's apparently a professional comedian, even though Vanessa is exactly as funny as he is and also has a law degree and passed the bar.While she kind of likes him, Vanessa doesn't make a move because she doesn't want to set off down a path where, in a year, every party that she and Elaine attend ends with Elaine screaming, "I GUESS FEMALE FRIENDSHIP IS A MYTH!
Just brilliant, quirky takes on the seemingly mundane events of daily life.