The entire cast of “Seinfeld” is great. While Michael Richards as Kramer has welcome applause, Jason Alexander’s George and Julia Louis-Dreyfuss’ Elaine remain consistent. “The Susie” is a remarkable introduction to Louis-Dreyfuss, from her mentions of Sharon, the “fanatical, smoker from Staten Island” to her feud with co-workers. Peggy (Megan Cole). At work, Peggy calls Elaine “Susie”, and the two soon begin to feud.
A meeting to resolve a feud is a classic case of identity confusion, with Elaine, Peterman (John O’Hurley) and Peggy convening to discuss the issues between Peggy and Susie. Elaine tries to maintain her identity, calling both herself and Susie “her” and “her”. At one point, Louis=Dreyfuss was delighted when Peggy felt left out, commenting, “I think I’m part of the problem.” In response, Elaine said, “You’re a big part of the problem.” It’s one of the best delivery lines on the show. Meanwhile, messages on George’s famous answering machine are revealed, and Jerry is embroiled in some of Kramer’s mess. However, it was Elaine who made the episode, and for that alone, it was one of the best episodes.
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