The Friar’s Club
George successfully delays his wedding until late June, three months after it was supposed to take place. Jerry goes out with Susan’s best friend. Jerry loses a jacket he borrowed for dinner at the Friars Club. Kramer tries polyphasic sleep, also known as Da Vinci sleep. J. Peterman hires a hearing-impaired employee and Elaine suffers the consequences, when she gets loaded with most of his work. Elaine questions the employee’s disability and coerces Jerry to test him. The results are inconclusive, and Elaine has some fun testing him by swearing her love for him. Elaine’s boss overhears, and gives them two tickets to the magic show where Jerry lost his jacket the night before. Elaine is pressured to attend by her boss, who suspects Elaine’s remarks to Bob Grossberg (the practically “deaf” employee) were not sincere.