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"The Watch"
Seinfeld episode
Episode no. Season 4
Episode 46
Written by Larry David
Directed by Tom Cherones
Original airdate September 30, 1992
Guest stars

Peter Crombie & Stephen McHattie

Season 4 episodes
Seinfeld – Season 4
August 1992 – May 1993
  1. "The Trip, Part 1"
  2. "The Trip, Part 2"
  3. "The Pitch"
  4. "The Ticket"
  5. "The Wallet"
  6. "The Watch"
  7. "The Bubble Boy"
  8. "The Cheever Letters"
  9. "The Opera"
  10. "The Virgin"
  11. "The Contest"
  12. "The Airport"
  13. "The Pick"
  14. "The Movie"
  15. "The Visa"
  16. "The Shoes"
  17. "The Outing"
  18. "The Old Man"
  19. "The Implant"
  20. "The Junior Mint"
  21. "The Smelly Car"
  22. "The Handicap Spot"
  23. "The Pilot, Part 1"
  24. "The Pilot, Part 2"
List of Seinfeld episodes

"The Watch" is the forty-sixth episode of the sitcom Seinfeld. It was the 6th episode of the 4th season. It aired on September 30, 1992.

Plot

Jerry has dinner with his parents and Uncle Leo. Elaine uses Kramer as "her boyfriend" in trying to fool her psychiatrist, Dr. Reston, who she was dating (played by Stephen McHattie). George gets Russell Dalrymple's address and tries to get the pilot reinstated. He succeeds -- at a price lower than Russell's original offer. Jerry tries to buy back the watch from Uncle Leo. Outside her shrink's office, Elaine meets "Crazy" Joe Davola, whom she begins to date.

This episode opens with clips from the previous episode "The Wallet", although like that episode, it is a separate one, not part two of a two-parter.

Superman reference

  • Jerry: You know, this is how they negotiate in the bizarro world.

References

"The Watch" at the Internet Movie Database

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