Played by: Kimberly Norris
Appears in The Cigar Store Indian
Jerry is interested in Elaine’s friend Winona who is Native American, but she gets offended when Jerry brings Elaine a cigar store Indian as a “peace offering” after they were arguing. Jerry tries to make it up to Winona by taking her out on a date but he continues tripping over his words, making racially insensitive remarks by mistake.
Winona: Who is it?
Jerry: Uh, Winona, it’s Jerry Seinfeld.
Jerry: Uhm, listen, I really felt bad about what happened, and I, I, I’d really like to apologise. Can I come up?
Winona: I’ll come down.
Winona: So, where are we gonna go eat?
Jerry: I thought we’d eat at the Gentle Harvest.
Winona: Ooh, I love that place, but it’s usually so crowded. Can we get a table?
Jerry: Ah, don’t worry. I made reser…
Winona: You made what?
Jerry: I uh, I uh, I arranged for the appropriate accommodation. And then, Knick tickets, floor seats.
Winona: How did you get these?
Jerry: Got ’em on the street, from a scal…A uh, one of those guys.
Winona: What guys?
Jerry: You know, the guys, that uh, they sell the tickets for the sold-out events.
Jerry: Wait a second, you got the Mark McEwan TV Guide.
Winona: That’s Al Roker.
Jerry: Oh well, they’re both chubby weathermen. I get Dom Deluise and Paul Prudhoe mixed up too. Could I have this?
Winona: Sure, take it.
Winona: I like your place. It’s very unassuming.
Jerry: Well, why would I assume. I never assume. Leads to assumptions.
Winona: Oh, by the way. That TV Guide I gave you, I need it back.
Winona: Well, I’m doing a report on minorities in the media, and I wanted to use that interview with Al Roker.
Jerry: Well, it’s too late. I gave it to Elaine, and she’s already on her way to give it to George’s father.
Winona: Jerry, I really need it back. It, it is mine.
Jerry: You can’t give something and then take it back. I mean, what are you…
Jerry: A uh, a person that uh…
Winona: A person that what?
Jerry: Well, a person that gives something and then they’re dissatisfied and they wish they had, had never uh…
Jerry: …give, given it to the person that they originally gave it to.
Winona: You mean like, an Indian giver?!
Jerry: I’m sorry, I’m not familiar with that term.