Seinfeld/The Wig Master

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The Wig Master
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Season 7, Episode 19
Airdate April 4, 1996
Production Number 719
Writer(s) Spike Feresten
Director(s) Andy Ackerman
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The Wig Master is the nineteenth episode of the seventh season of Seinfeld, and the one-hundred and twenty-ninth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Patrick Bristow (Wig Master (Ethan)), Harry Van Gorkum (Craig), Gina Mastrogiacomo (Prostitute), Kim Chase (Charmaine), Chaim Jeraffi (Jiffy Park Guy), Michael McDonald (Jesse), Pamela Dillman (Salesperson), Zack Phifer (Bob), Shashi Bhatia (Flower Girl), Norman Brenner (Ian), Heidi Swedberg (Susan)

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Jerry uses Elaine to prove that a sales clerk is wrong about his looking at an expensive jacket. Elaine is picked up by the clerk. George has an unwanted house guest, a wig master for the touring company of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." He also has found a parking lot that charges $75 dollars a month; Kramer decides to put his car there. Unfortunately, he leaves his apartment key there. When he can't get his key, he is allowed to borrow a pink Cadillac. Jerry is convinced the clerk is working Elaine. George discovers why the lot is so cheap, he finds a used condom in his car and is asking a prostitute for information, just as Susan approaches. George discovers that he may have an out with Susan; she says she must be able to trust him and have no doubts. Kramer stays at Jerry's apartment. Elaine has a walking stick she lets Kramer have. Jerry tries to return his jacket, but discovers that "spite" isn't a viable reason. Kramer is allowed to borrow the back up "Electric Color Dreamcoat." Jerry is put out, when both sexes assume he isn't in a relationship with the person he is with (Elaine in one instance, the Wig Master in the other). Kramer finds a fuzzy white hat. With all the parts put together, his new ensemble is a sight to behold, just ask the NYPD after he is caught pulling a prostitute out of his borrowed car.

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