S04E14 - The Movie
No: 54 | Season: 4 Episode: 14 | Air Date: 6-Jan-1993 | Production #415
Let me tell you something. When Ponce looked in that mirror and saw that he hadn't changed, and that tear started to roll down his cheek... I lost it.
Jerry tries to make two show dates and afterwards go to the movie theater to meet everyone. George gets in the wrong line for tickets. George, Elaine & Kramer decide to go to another theater to see the movie. Kramer waits outside for Jerry but also wants a hot dog. Jerry misses his first show, then goes to movie theater to tell everyone he won't make the movie, but no one is there. Through a comedy of errors, everyone (but Kramer) misses the movie, they were originally going to see.
Director and Writers
Director: Tom Cherones
Writers: Steve Skrovan
Notes and Trivia
When Kramer is sitting in "Checkmate", eating his hot dog, you can hear the dialogue between two actors on the screen. One of them says, "Yes, but it's only a game." This is the voice of Jerry Seinfeld. Larry David provides yet another voiceover as one of the characters in "Checkmate".
This episode marks the first time we hear of the (fictional) film "Rochelle, Rochelle".
This is one of the few episodes in the series that doesn't include any scenes in Jerry's apartment.
Writer Steve Skrovan appears in an uncredited cameo as the man with the white hat that sits next to Elaine at the movie.
|Jerry Seinfeld||Jerry Seinfeld|
|Julia Louis-Dreyfus||Elaine Benes|
|Jason Alexander||George Costanza|
|Barry Diamond||Pat Buckles|
|Tom La Grua||Kernis|
|Cathy Lind Hayes||Woman Behind Elaine|
|Allan Kolman||Cab Driver|
|Jeff Norman||Man in Line|
|Paul Eisenhauer||Man in Theatre|
|Montrose Hagins||Woman in Theatre|
|Tory Christopher||Comedy Club Waiter (uncredited)|
|Larry David||Character in Checkmate (voice) (uncredited)|
|Sergio Kato||Himself (uncredited)|
|Steve Skrovan||Movie Patron (uncredited)|
|J.D. Walters||Loud Movie Patron (uncredited)|