Seinfeld: The Boyfriend, Part 2 (1992)

Genres - Comedy  |   Sub-Genres - Sitcom [TV], Urban Comedy  |   Run Time - 30 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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New York Met Keith Hernandez defends himself against Kramer and Newman's accusations that he once spit on them, using Jerry's "second-spitter" theory. Elaine makes Jerry jealous by dating the ball player, but when she finds out he's a smoker, she begins to have her regrets. Meanwhile, Kramer insists that Jerry has to go see a former neighbor's new baby. Hernandez and fellow Met Roger McDowell guest star as themselves. Originally the second half of a one-hour episode, "The Boyfriend, Part 2" was later shown in syndication as the second episode of a two-parter. Airing February 12, 1992, this was the 16th episode shot for the show's third season, despite being shown 18th.



ball-player, baseball, cigarette, jealousy, neighbor, newborn, smoking