15 Things 'Seinfeld's Elaine and Jerry Taught Us About Staying Friends with an Ex
Here's what happened to every single woman Jerry dated on 'Seinfeld'
Sign in. Michael McKean shares a surprising pick that made his Watchlist. Watch now. Title: The Masseuse 18 Nov Jerry is desperate for his new girlfriend, a professional masseuse, to give him a massage but every hint or suggestion seems to fall on deaf ears. They go on a double date with George and his new girlfriend and it's obvious that Jerry's girlfriend doesn't like him, which drives George to extremes.
A vivacious woman in a band of idiot schmucks, her storylines and shenanigans make the most captivating plot points of the beloved sitcom. What a shanda! I stand behind Elaine for that one. Or does she suffer from emotional intimacy problems and rocks the boat at the first sign of smooth sailing? He does not.
I mean, who wants to come home after a long day at work and watch people who aren't lying compulsively, selling each other out frequently, and constantly making a complete mess of their lives? If we wanted that, we'd just watch golf or something. But for all their borderline antisocial career hijinx, dating nightmares, and petty bread thievery , Jerry and Elaine have bested us all in one arena: staying friends after a break-up. Through nine seasons and a seemingly bottomless dating pool for each of them, Jerry and Elaine supported each other, cared for each other, and yes, occasionally had sex to save the friendship. How did these two achieve the kind of calm, drama-free post-relationship relationship that so eluded Ross, Rachel, and the rest of us?