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He tries to pay Vittorio, the Calzone cook with pennies and a fight ensues with the seller kicking Kramer out of the restaurant.Kramer goes to George's office and drops his burnt clothes by a vent.
Kramer puts his clothes in the pizza oven at Paisano's, and they get burned.There is no end, no beginning, it captures a brief period with an agenda in mind that you will have the time of your life. This makes the relationship between the viewers and the characters, similar to what the viewers have in the outer world, maybe a friend or a family member.Basically it would never be interesting, sure some cases would come up, just as chapters does in here, but that too will carry the momentum of just that brief period of screentime.As he comes back, he finds Steinbrenner digging through his office, realizes the smell is from the clothes, and gets the idea to put the Yankees' clothes in a pizza oven.
Jerry and Elaine lose Nicki and Todd to one another, when Nicki sees Todd about the cigars but he winds up wheedling another "non-date date" dinner with her.
"The Calzone" is the 130th episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. George becomes Steinbrenner's pet, when he shares an eggplant calzone with him.