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"The Maestro"
Seinfeld episode
Seinfeld s7e3.jpg
George talking to the security guard.
Episode no. Season 7
Episode 113
Written by Larry David
Directed by Andy Ackerman
Original airdate October 6, 1995
Guest stars

Mark Metcalf

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 Maestro" is an episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. It aired on October 6, 1995. It was the series' 113th episode and 3rd episode for the 7th season. "The Maestro" earned a ratings share of 22.5/35. The Maestro character is played by Mark Metcalf.


George decides that he should help a security guard — who must stand all day — who works at Susan's uncle's store. Elaine begins dating Bob Cobb, a.k.a. the "Maestro", after meeting him through Kramer, and immerses herself in classical music. Kramer gets an out-of-court settlement in his lawsuit that nets him free coffee at any location around the world, much to Jackie's dismay, as he and Kramer could have been very rich if Kramer had declined the first offer. Jerry asks Poppy about Tuscany and is referred to Poppy's cousin, who makes him an offer he can't refuse. George delivers a rocking chair to the security guard, who falls asleep in it. At the credits, we see Elaine and the Maestro in his house in Tuscany when they see Jerry and Kramer arrive in a taxi across the street. This episode marks the first appearance of lawyer Jackie Chiles (Phil Morris), a parody of Johnnie Cochran.



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