|Air Date||January 25, 1996|
|Writer(s)|| Gregg Kavet|
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Kramer befriends a caddy, who helps him improve his golf game and offers him other advice. George leaves his car at work, and Mr. Wilhelm and George Steinbrenner think he's been working extra hard. Elaine encounters Sue Ellen Mischke (Brenda Strong), an old high-school friend who is now an heiress to the Oh Henry! candy bar fortune and a "bra-less wonder". After Elaine gives Sue Ellen a bra as gift, Sue Ellen starts wearing only a bra without a top. Having to take George's car to a car wash, Kramer and Jerry get into an accident with it when Kramer is distracted by bra-clad Sue Ellen. Finding the car in this state, with blood from the accident, all of George's co-workers think that George got into a bad accident. Mr. Wilhelm tells Steinbrenner, and they begin an immediate search for George. They can't find him and declare him dead. Kramer and Elaine take her rival Sue Ellen to court for damages after the accident, and only Jerry may stand in the way. At the trial, the caddy tells Kramer to get Sue Ellen to try on the bra. She tries, but the bra doesn't fit, costing Kramer the trial.
Notes about Nothing
- A Windows 95 box is on Jerry's desk.
- Armin Shimerman (Stan the Caddy) and Phil Morris (Jackie Chiles) would later fight against each other as Quark and Thopok (respectively) in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places, which aired later in the year.
- Jackie’s remark that a bra has to fit "like a glove" is a reference to the O.J. Simpson trial.
- The picture of Jackie’s "daughter" happens to be Brandy Norwood.