Season 4 Episode 17

The Outing

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 11, 1993 on NBC

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  • "Not that there's anything wrong with that," created in reaction to a Castle Rock execs notes that the episode needed to be more politically sensitive.

    The Outing is a perfect example of how truly hysterical, fall on the floor funny, Seinfeld is. Taking a subject like sexual preference and the chaos and confusion that ensues when Jerry and George are suspected of being gay partners by a misguided NYU journalist, writer Larry Charles has created a 22 minute masterpiece. The creative team behind the show has stated that Season 4, in their opinion was the best, with so many classics. Charles would leave to pursue other projects by the season\'s end, but not before creating the memorable catch phrase, \"not that there\'s anything wrong with that.\" Jerry seems truly uncomfortable in many of the scenes, and look for his genuine disgust when George tries to touch him. Also, look for the cast trying to control their laughter, especially when the camera is not directly on. An Emmy nominated episode that lost to the other Larry (David) for The Contest.
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