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Elaine dates a jazz saxophonist named John Jermaine and admits to Jerry that she has reservations about their dating, because John "actually, he, um, doesn't really like to do 'everything'" (a reference to oral sex). Ross (Grace Zabriskie) evidently likes to drink; Frank displays his ignorance and social gracelessness with every sentence.

It isn't served with the meal, so Frank sneaks it away when they leave.

While George and his parents are in the car, his parents continue to complain about the Rosses: ESTELLE: The mother seems to hit the sauce pretty hard.