Played by: Suzanne Cryer
Appears in: The Yada Yada
George’s new girlfriend Marcy likes to say “yada yada yada” to shorten her stories and he becomes suspicious when she told him that her ex-boyfriend had visited her the night before “and yada yada yada, I’m really tired today.” George suspects that Marcy is using the “yada yada” to cover up sex with her ex-boyfriend, saying “you don’t yada yada sex!” George eventually asks Marcy stop with the “yada yada” and tell him the whole story, but discovers that she has been shoplifting.
George: So, Marcy, you should’ve seen me in the hot tub yoday.
George: I was naked.
Marcy: Oh, George.
Jerry: I saw it.
Marcy: How’d he look?
Jerry: Okay. I wouldn’t see it again.
Marcy: You know, a friend of mine thought she got Legonare’s disease in the hot tub.
George: Really? What happened?
Marcy: Oh, yada yada yada, just some bad egg salad. I’ll be right back. (She gets up)
Jerry: I noticed she’s big on the phrase “yada yada.”
George: Is “yada yada” bad?
Jerry: No, “yada yada” is good. She’s very succinct.
George: She is succinct.
Jerry: Yeah, it’s like you’re dating USA Today.
Marcy: So I’m on 3rd Avenue, mindin’ my own business, and, yada yada yada, I get a free massage and a facial.
George: What a succinct story.
Marcy: I’m surprised you drive a Cadillac.
George: Oh, it’s not mine. It’s my mother’s.
Marcy: Are you close with your parents?
George: Well, they gave birth to me, and, yada yada…
Marcy: Yada what?
George: Yada yada yada…
George: Well, we were engaged to be married, uh, we bought the wedding invitations, and, uh, yada yada yada, I’m still single.
Marcy: So what’s she doing now?
Marcy: Speaking of ex’s, my old boyfriend came over late last night, and, yada yada yada, anyway. I’m really tired today.
George: Well it was a helluva yada yada.
Marcy: He’s moving to Seattle. We wanted to say goodbye, I was just getting out of the shower, and yada yada yada–
George: All right, enough! Enough! From now on, no more yada yada’s. Just give me the full story.
George: Tell me about the free facial.
Marcy: Okay, well, like I said I was on 3rd Avenue, and I stopped by a large department store.
George: Which one?
George: Very good. Go on.
Marcy: Oh, and I stole a Piaget watch.
George: What’s that?
Marcy: And then, I was on such a… high, that I went upstairs to the salon on the fifth floor, and got a massage and facial, and skipped out on the bill.
Marcy: Well, what about you? You told me that you were engaged. What was the rest of that?