Thursday, December 01, 2005
George interviews candidates for foundation funds from the foundation he set up in a previous episode for Susan after her death. George doesen't like anyone he interviews until he discovers a boy that is much like him in his desire to be an architect. George agrees to give him scholarship money. George encounters a gang of boys known as the Van Buren Boys. He saves himself from their wrath by flashing a gang sign by luck. George ultimately learns that he can not give the sholarship to his first choice and has to break the news. His "disciple" joins the Van Buren Boys and turns against Geoge. George attempts to show how tough he is by saying strong words while attempting to steal from his parents who have just come around the street corner. His plan does not work and the Van Buren boys are now onto him and know he is not one of them. Peterman, Elaine's boss decides that he wants a biography written of his life. Peterman's life is boring, and Elaine finds she can do little with the stories. Peterman hears of some of the stories of Kramer's life and buys the rights to them for $750 dollars. Elaine thinks that Kramer's stories are stupid but Peterman loves them. Elaine decides that she can make up even more tales than Kramer's life can provide. She tells them to Peterman and he hates them. Then she tells one of Kramer's stories and he loves it. Peterman comes to believe that the story Elaine made up was Kramer's so Peterman lets Kramer have the rights to his stories back. Elaine is left pondering what to do for the biograpy now. Jerry's new girlfriend Ellen is perfect in every way and nicer to Jerry than anyone ever has been. Others however are suspicious of her including Kramer, and Elaine. Jerry utlimately asks his parents what they think of her. They like her, so Jerry figures if they like her, she would have to absolutely by terrible for him, so he dumps her.
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