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|"The Junior Mint"|
|Air Date||March 18, 1993|
|← The Implant · The Smelly Car →|
Elaine's ex-boyfriend Roy, an artist, is in the hospital for surgery on his spleen. She takes Jerry and Kramer, who needs rubber gloves so he can stain all the wood in his apartment, to the hospital to visit him. She is surprised he lost a lot of weight, and when she finds out he lost it because he was sad she left him, she becomes interested in him again. The doctor enters the room and Kramer, after watching a new expose, accuses him of using a dangerous medical tool. The doctor invites him to watch the surgery to make sure it is safe. Later, at the surgery, Kramer is eating Junior Mints from the vending machine. He offers them to Jerry several times, and by accident a Junior Mint flies from Kramer's hand and lands inside Roy's body as the surgery is underway. Back at the apartment, they admit that it was never noticed by the doctor and ended up being sewn up inside his body. When they receive news that Roy's condition has deteriorated, Kramer and Jerry begin to worry. Elaine, not knowing about the Junior Mint, convinces George to buy one of Roy's paintings to lift his spirits. Jerry and Kramer decide to come clean, but in the end Roy's spirits were lifted by George's purchase and he makes a recovery.
Meanwhile, Jerry can't remember the name of the girl he is dating. He tries to ask leading questions to get a clue, but only learns that it rhymes with a female body part. He tries looking in her purse, but she catches him. When she tells him that she is falling for him, he can only think to say "Mulva". She leaves, and he then remembers her name: Dolores.
- Susan Walters ... Dolores - Mystery Woman
- Sherman Howard ... Roy
- Victor Raider-Wexler ... Dr. Wexler
Notes About Nothing
In the close-up shot of the Junior Mint going up in the air, it was actually a York Peppermint Patty.