"The Seven" is the 123rd episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. This was the 13th episode for the 7th season. It aired on February 1, 1996.
Elaine strains her neck trying to get a bike down from the wall in a store. In pain, she claims that she would give up the bike to whoever fixes her neck, not expecting anyone to take the promise literally. Kramer saves the day and wants the bike. Elaine complies, but later, her neck pain returns. When she requests Kramer return the bike, he tells her that it is common sense that she should have been sleeping on a board for a week after the chiropractics. The pair decide to have Newman decide who should keep the bike. In a reference to Solomon, Newman decrees that the bike be cut in half, with both Elaine and Kramer receiving one half. Kramer tells Newman to give the whole bike to Elaine instead, saying he would rather it belong to her than see it destroyed. Newman then exclaims that Kramer is the bike's true owner because of this, and gives him the bike. Kramer later sells the bike to Newman for $50 because he needs the money. George gives Susan's cousin a name to give their child, Soda. He has an argument with Susan after telling her he wants to name their first child Seven, which was Mickey Mantle's number. When Susan tells her cousin, they like the name, but George, being George Costanza, confronts them about it. Kramer works out an arrangement with Jerry to keep track of what he takes from Jerry's kitchen. Jerry's girlfriend appears to always wear the same dress. Jerry becomes extremely suspicious of it when she keeps wearing the same dress on every date.