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"The Fix-Up"
Seinfeld episode
Episode no. Season 3
Episode 33
Written by Larry Charles & Elaine Pope
Directed by Tom Cherones
Original airdate February 5, 1992
Guest stars

Maggie Wheeler

Season 3 episodes
Seinfeld – Season 3
September 1991 – May 1992
  1. "The Note"
  2. "The Truth"
  3. "The Pen"
  4. "The Dog"
  5. "The Library"
  6. "The Parking Garage"
  7. "The Cafe"
  8. "The Tape"
  9. "The Nose Job"
  10. "The Stranded"
  11. "The Alternate Side"
  12. "The Red Dot"
  13. "The Subway"
  14. "The Pez Dispenser"
  15. "The Suicide"
  16. "The Fix-Up"
  17. "The Boyfriend, Part 1"
  18. "The Boyfriend, Part 2"
  19. "The Limo"
  20. "The Good Samaritan"
  21. "The Letter"
  22. "The Parking Space"
  23. "The Keys"
List of Seinfeld episodes

"The Fix-Up" is the thirty-fourth episode of the sitcom Seinfeld. The episode was the 16th episode for the show's third season. It aired on February 5, 1992. The episode won the award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series at the 1992 Emmy Awards. The writers of the episode were Larry Charles and Elaine Pope.

Plot

George says that he would never sink to fix-ups, saying that a fix up is one step away from prostitution or personal ads (however, in The Race he replies to a personal ad in the Daily Worker).

Jerry and Elaine set George up with Elaine's friend Cynthia (Maggie Wheeler, credited as Maggie Jakobson). They hit it off and have sex in George's kitchen but he is horrified to discover that Kramer has given him a defective condom. George's girlfriend says she misses her period but ends up having it at the end of the episode.

The end of the episode sees George, Elaine, Jerry and Cynthia sitting down for dinner at a restaurant (at a table closest to the kitchen) when George begins to eat his appetizer in a way that seems to disgust Cynthia.

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