Episode Number: 148
First Aired: February 6, 1997
Writer: Darin Henry
Director: Andy Ackerman
Guest Stars: David Moscow (as Lomez Jr.) Bruce Davison (as Wyck) Christine Taylor (as Ellen) Jed Rhein (as Steven Koren) Tony Colitti (as Leader) Yunoka Doyle (as Lydia) Dublin James (as Maurice) Justine Slater (as Melissa) Michelle Maika (as Kim) Steve Hofvendahl (as Man) Barney Martin (as Morty) Liz Sheridan (as Helen) John O'Hurley (as Peterman)
Jerry's girlfriend Ellen seems perfect to him in every way, but everyone else seems to have a problem with her. George interviews canditates for the foundation's first scholarship and become taken with Steven Koren. Elaine is asked to ghostwrite Petermans biography but has trouble getting started so Peterman decides to buy Kramer's life to use in his biography. Kramer tells Elaine and Jerry about his encounter with The Van Buren and how he accidentally flashed their secret sign. George feels betrayed with Steven when he sets his sights higher than Architecture., George retaliates by refusing to give him the scholorship. After Jerry reveals to George that he is spending the weekend with Ellen he enlists Kramer to tell Jerry that she's a loser. Kramer stuggles to find stories and can't tell a Bob Saccamano story at a party.
Steven Koren confronts George with The Van Buren Boys and demands he gives him the scholorship, George tells them he was a former member but to prove it he has to rob the next person who walks on by. Jerry's parents fly in to talk about Ellen at first it seems they like her but then they want Jerry's opinion. To George's horror The Seinfelds walk on by and he attempts to get Mr. Seinfeld to give him his wallet so that it looks like he robbed them but they end up leaving because George is acting wierd. George is then forced to run away from The Van Buren Boys.
The character Steven Koren is the real name of a writer/producer on the show.