Written by series co-creators Seinfeld and Larry David and directed by Tom Cherones , the episode was produced to replace a script by staff writer Larry Charles. Views Read Edit View history. George and Jerry would remain skeptical, and make a bet with him; eventually, George, Jerry and Elaine would go to the airport to check if Kramer was telling the truth. It never seemed to quite be as funny as it should be and, because of that, the balance was off and the darkness kind of enveloped it, and it could never really emerge from that darkness and become what it should have been. The episode concerns protagonist Jerry Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld dating a woman who likes a commercial for cotton Dockers he dislikes. In the episode, which was also known as "The Gun", Elaine would bet against Jerry on the ease of buying a handgun to protect herself. Bobbi Jo Lathan was cast as flight attendant Lucy Merrit  and Ernie Sabella was cast as gun salesman Mo Korn,  who was described in the script as "overweight, greasy, slow and low-key". Table reads usually took place on Wednesdays, but the read-through of "The Bet" had been held on December So, it was disappointing but also understandable.
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