Anna Gunn didn’t hit the big-time until landing “Breaking Bad.” We love her as Skylar White, a role for which she won the 2013 and 2014 Primetime Emmy for best supporting actress. On “Seinfeld,” she’s featured in “The Glasses.” She’s accused of cheating on Jerry by George, naturally, who says he saw her kissing another man.
He should’ve been wearing his glasses because he was wrong, wrong, wrong. Jerry and George spend the bulk of the episode trying to trick her into confessing. When he gets his glasses back, the truth comes out. He saw a policewoman kissing her horse.
Jane Leeves is the winner for most "Seinfeld" episodes as Jerry’s girlfriend. She appears as Marla four times. She was introduced in “The Virgin” episode in 1992 and appeared on the show last in 1998. Leeves is also known for her performance of Daphne Moon in the "Cheers" spin-off of "Frasier," which was another successful NBC sitcom.
She played Daphne in all eleven seasons and was recognized with both a Golden Globe and Emmy nomination. Catching up with her today, Leeves stars on the Fox television drama series "The Resident."
Here’s an actress who is best known for her "Seinfeld" appearance. The episode played during the show’s ninth and final season and was called “The Apology,” but everyone just refers to it as the one with “Jerry’s naked girlfriend.”
Melissa is overly comfortable lounging around his apartment naked. Jerry, who is put off by it at first, sees the value in that sort of confidence, so he tries it himself. His nakedness revolts melissa, says she does not like male nudity, and there went another relationship down the tubes.
This girlfriend of the week is someone we all know, and we’re reasonably confident that Courteney Cox’ $120 million net worth did not come from playing Meryl on "Seinfeld." The episode is called “The Wife” because Meryl discovers that married couples receive a 25% discount at the dry cleaners, and so she talks Jerry into faking being married.
As they are getting more and more into their roles, Jerry finds that saying “my wife” is very appealing. Soon they’re bickering just like married people. All that ends when he blows it again by taking another woman’s laundry to the cleaners.
"Full House" star Lori Loughlin joined "Seinfeld" in 1997 for the “Serenity Now” episode. Anger issues are front and center in this program, opening with George and his parents screaming at each other in the car. Soon, everyone’s venting and belting out, “Serenity now!” Patty tries to get Jerry to express his anger. He does.
But, ironically, she becomes the target of his rage, and she dumps him. Now he has to wait until next week to get another chance with another beautiful woman.