|"The Pilot, Part 2"|
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"The Pilot, Part 2" is the 24th episode of Season Four and the 64th episode overall. This episode first aired on May 20, 1993; it is the second part of a two part hour-long episode, with the first part being "The Pilot, Part 1". It was written by Larry David and was directed by Tom Cherones.
Synopsis of Part 2
Jerry and George go to the studio to rehearse the pilot, Jerry. The crew doubts Jerry's acting, and George doubts Tom Pepper's (TV Kramer's) delivery of the lines. George tries to correct him, but Tom goes aggressive on George, and backs away. Backstage, Elaine breaks up with Russell over the phone; he quits his job and joins Greenpeace to impress Elaine (none of the others are aware).
Kramer, still with constipation problems, tries to resolve them by administering himself an enema.
At the night of the taping, the crew get the set ready and put makeup on the actors, while Tom chows down on the raisins he took from the office. George gets his biopsy results being negative. Jerry starts to introduce the show, when Crazy Joe Davola dives onto him yelling, "Sic semper tyrannis!" Joe is then removed from the premises. When the pilot aired on Thursday, everyone sat down to watch, including Morty and Helen, Newman and the characters they met throughout Season Four:
- Susan and her girlfriend Allison (The Outing), (The Smelly Car)
- Sidney Fields and the cleaning woman (The Old Man)
- Marla and JFK Jr. (The Virgin, The Contest)
- The Drake (The Handicap Spot)
- Ping and Cheryl (The Visa)
- The Bubble Boy and his parents. (The Bubble Boy)
- Calvin Klein and Tia Van Camp (The Pick)
- Sidra and Salman Rushdie (The Implant)
Jerry gets a phone call from Russell's replacement, Rita Kirson, who declines picking up the show as a series. Both Jerry and George blame this on Elaine, due to her past relationship with Russell.
Back at Monk's, Elaine gets the truth. The big-breasted waitresses are actually the daughters of the new owner.
Russell gets lost at sea during his working for Greenpeace. One of his shipmates vows to one day meet Elaine and tell her about his work for Greenpeace. As Russell goes adrift, his copy of the script for Jerry is also seen floating adrift.
Notes About Nothing
- Russell's shipmates at Greenpeace are played by series co-creator Larry David and writer Larry Charles.
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|Season Four Episodes|
|The Trip, Part 1 | The Trip, Part 2 | The Pitch | The Ticket | The Wallet | The Watch | The Bubble Boy | The Cheever Letters | The Opera | The Virgin | The Contest | The Airport | The Pick | The Movie | The Visa | The Shoes | The Outing | The Old Man | The Implant | The Junior Mint | The Smelly Car | The Handicap Spot | The Pilot, Part 1 | The Pilot, Part 2|