Played by: Kari Coleman
Appears in: The Outing
While at the coffee shop, Elaine notices a woman in the next booth eavesdropping on their conversation, so as a joke she speaks to Jerry and George as if they are a gay couple. The woman turns out to be an NYU reporter who is planning to interview Jerry. Later, she visits Jerry’s apartment to conduct the interview and solidifies her misconception that they are gay. Jerry ends up dating the college reporter, in an attempt to convince her that he is heterosexual. Later, George decides to use the misunderstanding as an excuse to break up with his girlfriend, Allison. George tries to act gay with Jerry in front of Allison to prove that they’re homosexuals but she doesn’t buy it.
Allison: I don’t want to live! I don’t want to live!
George: Because of me? You must be joking! Who wouldn’t want to live because of me? I’m nothing!
Allison: No… You’re something.
George: You can do better than me. You could throw a dart out the window and hit someone better than me. I’m no good!
Allison: You’re good. You’re good!
George: I’m bad. I’m bad!
Allison: You’re killing me!
Allison: Yeah? So?
George: Yeah so??
Allison: Well this is nice. They mention your name.
George: Don’t you see what it says here? Don’t you understand what that’s implying?
Allison: No, what?
George: I’m gay! I’m a gay man! I’m very, very gay.
Allison: You’re gay?
George: Extraordinarily gay. Steeped in gayness.
Allison: I don’t believe it.
George: You don’t believe me? Ask Jerry.
Allison: I will.
George: What do you mean you will? That’s a bad idea. Jerry is a very private person.
Allison: I want to hear it from Jerry…