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"The Cadillac"
Seinfeld episode
Episode no. Season 7
Episode 124 - 125
Written by Larry David
Jerry Seinfeld
Directed by Andy Ackerman
Original airdate February 8, 1996
Guest stars

Marisa Tomei
Sandy Baron
Frances Bay

Season 7 episodes
Seinfeld – Season 7
September 1995 – May 1996
  1. "The Engagement"
  2. "The Postponement"
  3. "The Maestro"
  4. "The Wink"
  5. "The Hot Tub"
  6. "The Soup Nazi"
  7. "The Secret Code"
  8. "The Pool Guy"
  9. "The Sponge"
  10. "The Gum"
  11. "The Rye"
  12. "The Caddy"
  13. "The Seven"
  14. "The Cadillac, Part 1"
  15. "The Cadillac, Part 2"
  16. "The Shower Head"
  17. "The Doll"
  18. "The Friars Club"
  19. "The Wig Master"
  20. "The Calzone"
  21. "The Bottle Deposit, Part 1"
  22. "The Bottle Deposit, Part 2"
  23. "The Wait Out"
  24. "The Invitations"
List of Seinfeld episodes

"The Cadillac" is an hour-long, two-part episode of NBC sitcom Seinfeld. It was the 124th and 125th episode and 14th and 15th episode for the 7th season. It aired on February 8, 1996.

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Plot

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The Cadillac, Part 1

Jerry comes back from a high paying gig and awes Kramer with his earnings. Jerry surprises his parents by buying them a new Cadillac Fleetwood; learning about his financial situation, Elaine becomes infatuated with Jerry once again. The cable company wants to meet with Kramer, who makes sure he isn't at home when they arrive, to retaliate for their lateness when his cable was installed. George reconsiders his engagement when one of Elaine's friends reveals that she is friends with actress Marisa Tomei who happens to love short, quirky bald men and that had it not been for Susan, she would have set George up with her. After hearing this, George begins to develop an obsession for Marisa. Jack Klompus accuses Morty of embezzling funds from the office of condo president to pay for his new Cadillac (Jack doesn't believe Jerry has enough talent to earn so much money, convincing the rest of the board of this). George wants to meet Marisa for a cup of coffee, even when Elaine's friend is in the hospital with a heart condition.

The Cadillac, Part 2

Kramer continues to avoid the cable guy. George's obsession with Marisa Tomei makes Susan suspicious. George receives Marisa's phone number and must now create an alibi involving Elaine and her "boyfriend" Art Vandelay. Morty's only testimony is from the woman from whom Jerry stole the marble rye ("The Rye") to prevent him from impeachment. The vote is reversed when Mabel hears Jack Klompus refer to her as an old bag and remembers Jerry used that statement when he stole her loaf of marble rye on the street. Morty is impeached as President. A scene showing him and his wife leaving the condo spoofs Richard Nixon as he was leaving the White House, turning around and waving good-bye from the steps of the helicopter he was about to enter. Susan thinks George is having an affair with Elaine while George meets up with Marisa Tomei behind Susan's back. George's plan to befriend Marisa backfires when he tells her he is engaged. Elaine calls Jerry in Florida and tells him she wants to come and join him. The cable guy zeros in on Kramer, but he gets away. The cable guy concedes defeat, and reconciles with Kramer.

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