Suzanne Snyder’s an Eighties girl who made her way into showbiz scoring sci-fi classics like “Weird Science” and “Killer Klowns from Outer Space.” By the time she hit “Seinfeld,” however, roles were petering out. Now she’s a yoga instructor at an exclusive private school in L.A. In this episode, Jerry freaks out on Audrey for, quite possibly, his most pathetic reason.
She refuses to take a bite of his apple pie. He just wants her to taste it. She refuses. Snyder first appeared on the show in season 3 as Eva in “The Limo,” two seasons prior to “The Pie.”
This time, Jerry ends up dating Gina, a woman who lived with a suicidal man. His failed attempt leaves him in a coma. When Jerry stops by to visit the man at the hospital, his girlfriend Gina shows interest in Jerry. Jerry, predictably self-absorbed and callous, has no problem hooking up with Gina, and they begin dating.
“The Suicide” episode from the third season brings us, Gina Gallego, playing the character of the same first name. Gallego’s "Seinfeld" role landed her parts in films "Erin Brockovich" (2000) and "Anger Management" (2003). She also appeared on "Grey’s Anatomy" and in 28 episodes of "Days of Our Lives."
Katya is a silver medal gymnast who dates Jerry. Elina Löwensohn plays Katya in season 6 on “The Gymnast.” It aired in 1994, ten years after her character would score her medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics. The Romanian American actress, in her role as Katya, piques Jerry’s interest because of her physical prowess.
George, on his part, turns our stomachs after pulling an éclair from the trash and eating it. Katya breaks up with Jerry saying she only dated him because she thought comedians were good in bed. Löwensohn’s most recent role was Docteur de Villeneuve in "The Apparition" (2018).
Actress Tawny Kitaen is another one of the women who got cast as one of Jerry's girlfriends despite being WAY out of his league. The episode in question is titled "The Nose Job" and was aired in 1991. Isabel's good looks on one hand and her unbearable personality on the other spark an epic game of chess between Jerry's brain and his... let's call it "reproductive parts". (The brain wins.)
Since her Seinfeld stint, Kitaen was featured in different shows such as "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" and "The New WKRP" in the 90s but hasn't participated in many acting projects since. Actually, lots of her on-screen appearances in the 2000s were as herself in reality TV shows such as "Botched".
Men having a hard time figuring out women's signals are nothing new, and Jerry can tell you all about it. When he is contacted by Laura (Pamela Brull), who is asking to stay with him during her visit to New York. Some might think she has romantic intentions, Jerry sure thought so, only to find out she was actually engaged and simply being friendly. Oh, the awkward factor... And to think it was in the first episode!
Actress Pamela Brull played Laura way back in 1989. She later kept getting small acting parts, mostly in TV shows and TV movies. That being said, her latest acting credit is from 1997 and she appears to have retired since.