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Coolidge's performance is quite weak though, so the main thing is to just be amazed at how good she looked back then.Isn't that a line you hear from almost any man who has been dating women? Elaine and Jerry are having this hilarious conversation, after Elaine informs him that she is dating someone.See more » Season 5, Episode 9, "The Masseuse" "The Masseuse" is one of the weaker episodes in the excellent season 5.Elaine's storyline makes no sense whatsoever, though it does produce a couple of laughs.George's story feels like a particularly depressing episode of Curb You Enthusiasm, but somehow doesn't quite work here.The main thing that makes the episode memorable is the appearance of two actresses who will become very familiar faces a decade later - Lisa Edelstein and Jennifer Coolidge - as George's and Jerry's girlfriends-of-the-week.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!
Then Marlene dates George's lightly-wracked-with-guilt but primarily horny friend, Jerry, for a while, until she sees Jerry do standup."The Library"Sherry Becker is a self-actualized woman living in the New York City suburbs.
Jerry is desperate for his new girlfriend, a professional masseuse, to give him a massage but every hint or suggestion seems to fall on deaf ears.
They go on a double date with George and his new girlfriend and it's obvious that Jerry's girlfriend doesn't like him, which drives George to extremes.
"The Seinfeld Chronicles"Laura is a professor of political science at Michigan State University.
After being awarded tenure, Laura has a panic attack about how she is wasting her life in East Lansing, when what she really wants to do is write pop-history books about America's First Ladies.