Elaine’s former boss, Mr. Lippman, sees Elaine eating only the top of muffins and is inspired to start a bakery based on the concept. However, he has a hard time disposing of the rest of the muffins and enlists the help of Elaine and Kramer. Meanwhile, George pretends he is a tourist to increase his chances of meeting women. His plan backfires when his boss begins to believe that George is moonlighting.
When George is forced to forgo sex with his girlfriend, he discovers that he is becoming much more intellectual. Elaine is happy to be dating a doctors, but disturbed to learn that he hasn’t passed his qualifying exams yet. Elaine suggests that he forgo sex to help with his studies. Kramer sues a tobacco company and takes a unique settlement.
When Kenny Rogers Roaster chicken restaurant opens across the street, its bright lights interfere with Kramer’s sleep. Kramer switches apartments with Jerry but fails in his efforts to boycott the restaurant. George convinces Elaine to buy him a fur hat on her company’s account. However, her purchases are later scrutinized when the 8,000 dollar bill comes in.
Jerry is overwhelmed with hundreds of checks of just a few cents each from royalties on a Japanese television commercial. Kramer convinces Jerry and George to pitch the pilot for their show to some Japanese television executives. But, after Kramer inadvertently locks some Japanese tourists in this dresser, things start to fall apart.
Elaine sneaks a peak at her medical chart and learns that her doctor thinks she is “difficult”. After having his film developed, George finds a provocative photo that he suspects is from the woman at the photo store. Kramer tries to get Jerry a refund on his stereo and Jerry ends up being charged with mail fraud.