"The Couch" - Season 6 Episode 5 of Seinfeld Premiers
"The Couch" is the 91st episode of NBC sitcom Seinfeld.
This was the 5th episode for the 6th season. It aired on October 27, 1994.
Kramer plans to start a "pizza business where you make your own pie" with Poppie. Jerry and Elaine's discussion of the abortion issue causes trouble at Poppie's restaurant when it turns out Poppie is pro-life. George joins a book club to impress his girlfriend and is assigned to read Breakfast at Tiffany's, but tries to rent the movie instead, saying "If it's not about sports, I find it very hard to concentrate!" Elaine dates the hunky man who delivered Jerry's couch. George ends up watching the movie at an apartment with an man named Joe and his daughter Remy (who later make a brief appearance in the episode "The Diplomat's Club"). Meanwhile, Poppie pees on Jerry's new couch, and Jerry is forced to get rid of it. He takes his old couch back from Elaine, who took it when Jerry got his new couch. George accidentally spills grape juice all over the family's couch and is kicked out of their apartment before he can see the ending of the movie. Later, Elaine falls in love with the moving man. Jerry casually asks her what his stand is on abortion. She asks him and breaks down in tears after finding out that he, too, is pro-life. She is forced to break up with him. Kramer's pizza business with Poppie ends because Poppie objects to Kramer putting cucumbers on his pizza. Elaine offers her ex-boyfriend something to drink while he is in her house getting the couch back to Jerry's. She throws grape juice over to him, but the bottle breaks and spills all over the couch. During the last scene, the book club is meeting and George, not having read the book or seen the end of the movie, says that Holly Golightly got together with George Peppard. Realizing his mistake, he quickly changes to calling him Fred, but George's girlfriend just looks at him and says, "George... Fred's gay."