Seinfeld/The Pilot (2)

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The Pilot (2)
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Season 4, Episode 24
Airdate May 20, 1993
Production Number 424
Written by Larry David
Directed by Tom Cherones
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The Pilot (2) is the twenty-fourth episode of the fourth season of Seinfeld, and the sixty-fourth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Anne Twomey (Rita), Jeremy Piven (Michael Barth (TV George)), Larry Hankin (Tom Pepper (TV Kramer)), Kevin Page (Stu), Elena Wohl (Sandi Robbins (TV Elaine)), Al Ruscio (Manager), Richard Gant (Fred), Peter Blood (Jay), Brian Bradley (Butler), Bob Shaw (Paul), Deborah Swisher (1st AD), Jeff Oetjen (Wilton), Pat Hazell (Himself), Kari Coleman (Allison), Bill Erwin (Sid), Lanai Chapman (Housekeeper), Jane Leeves (Marla), Rick Overton (The Drake), Elizabeth Dennehy (Allison), Maggie Han (Cheryl), Ping Wu (Ping), Brian Doyle-Murray (Mel), Carol Mansell (Mother), Jon Hayman (Voice of Donald), Jennifer Lynn Campbell (Tia), Nicholas Hormann (Calvin), Teri Hatcher (Sidra), Tony Amendola (Sal Bass (Rushdie)), Larry David (Man on Raft (uncredited)), Bob Balaban (Russell Dalrymple), Peter Crombie ("Crazy" Joe), Heidi Swedberg (Susan), Barney Martin (Morty Seinfeld), Liz Sheridan (Helen Seinfeld), Wayne Knight (Newman)

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Plot Overview

George thinks he has cancer because of a white blemish that appears under his lip. Elaine objects to the new coffee-shop owner only hiring buxom waitresses. At the taping of the pilot, Elaine sneaks in disguised and "Crazy" Joe jumps out of the audience. Kramer is forced to work on his plumbing by using the "dreaded apparatus." Everyone from the past season comments on the pilot as it's broadcast. Russell Dalrimple is lost at sea after taking Elaine's advice to join Greenpeace.

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