Synopsis by Matthew Tobey
George finds himself in a Catch-22 when he realizes that while his sitcom-writing job is a good way to pick up women, if he cheats on Susan, he'll lose the job. Meanwhile, Jerry becomes interested in an old flame who reveals herself to be a virgin, but Elaine makes things difficult by giving her the low-down on the behavior of the post-coital male. Guest starring Frasier's Jane Leeves as Marla the virgin, this episode was co-written by brothers Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly, who would go on to write and direct such films as Dumb and Dumber and There's Something About Mary. Originally airing November 11, 1992, "The Virgin" was the tenth episode of the show's fourth season.