Seinfeld dating loophole
George introduces Steinbrenner to calzones but gets banned from the restaurant when he’s caught with his hand in the tip jar.Jerry points out that Elaine’s boyfriend is dating her without technically asking her out.Overall, a solidly hilarious episode, well deserved of the Top 50. The calzonay, Steinbrenner telling George that "alright, I'm a little jealous", Steinbrenner with his "Costanza's in the building", Todd Gak, and the fake Cuban cigars round this puppy off.Some very funny parts, but not enough to get into the Top 25. "The Calzone" (April 25, 1996) SUMMARY George becomes Steinbrenner's pet when he shares an eggplant calzone with him.Just as he is grabbing the money the guy turns, and under the impression that George is stealing money from the jar, refuses to sell him any more calzones.George then recommends to Steinbrenner that they try something new for lunch the next day.Elaine is going out with someone who uses a dating loophole.
Elaine is sort of dating Todd Gak, who keeps getting dates with her through a series of dating loopholes, but then steals Jerry's gal, who gets away with anything and everything. , three pronounciations of Calzone, forward link to "It's a peach" by Elaine with the cigar with "Rubber fire", Kramer throwing the change at Gak like a mobster, and Steinbrenner getting distracted from not getting the calzone, eating with George each day the calzone, all for Kramer's clothes were heated up in an oven.Steinbrenner insists that they continue to keep their routine.George makes a deal to obtain the calzones for his boss when Newman brings them to him, as he is coming through on his mail route.The Calzone smell wafts into Steinbrenner's office, and he runs to George's office, thinking he has calzones.
George tries to fool Steinbrenner by going to another calzone restaurant.George hires Newman to pick up the calzones on his route, but that plan backfires as well due to Newman’s refusal to follow the USPS creed.