Seinfeld – Season 4 – Episode 10 – The Virgin
Seinfeld The Virgin is the 10th episode of the Seinfeld season 4 and the 50th overall the Seinfeld series and it was aired on November 11, 1992.
In the Seinfeld episode The Virgin, after a month and a half of procrastinating on a television pilot idea, Jerry is nervous about the series’ fate, while George remains indifferent. Jerry then introduces Marla, his new girlfriend, who has not lost her virginity.
George asks out a woman named Stacy. He knows he cannot keep this relationship up, though, considering that he’s dating Susan. George then finds himself in a dilemma: this is the first time he has something good to say when asked “What do you do?”, but he cannot use this title to pick up women because of Susan. However, if he breaks up with Susan to see other women, he’ll wind up losing his good job title, since Susan is one of the executives of NBC. Jerry is amused by the irony of this situation.
Elaine talks colourfully about the diaphragm she carries around while Marla is in the room, unaware of Marla’s virginity. Later, when Jerry informs her of this, she fears that she may have offended Marla and goes to talk to her. She then educates Marla on the “normal behaviour” of men after they’re through having sex with someone. This makes Marla hesitant to have sex with Jerry.
George eventually winds up coming up with an idea for the pilot, involving a man being forced into becoming a butler after a set of insurance-related circumstances. Meanwhile, Elaine becomes the indirect cause of a biking accident that Ping has.
Jerry pitches the butler idea to the NBC executives, getting much unexpected approval; during the meeting, George inadvertently gets Susan fired for kissing her in front of NBC executive Rita.