"The Muffin Tops" - Season 8 Episode 21 of Seinfeld Premiers
"The Muffin Tops" is the 155th episode of the sitcom Seinfeld.
This was the 21st episode for the 8th season. It aired on May 8, 1997.
George watches a bag for a tourist who never comes back, so he starts wearing some of the clothes. Elaine tells Kramer that the stories he sold to J. Peterman were put into Peterman's biography. Kramer goes to the book signing, claiming he is the "real" Peterman. George becomes a tourist from Little Rock, Arkansas when he meets a beautiful woman (Rena Sofer) from the tourist bureau on the street. Jerry shaves his chest hair and worries about it, until he discovers his girlfriend (Melinda Clarke) likes hairless dogs.
Elaine eats only the tops of muffins and says that it is a million dollar idea. Mr. Lippman, her former boss, decides to start a business (Top of the Muffin to You!). Kramer starts conducting "Peterman Reality Tours" on a school bus for $37.50 a piece. When the muffin top business doesn't seem to be working, Lippman asks Elaine for advice. She tells him that he must make the whole muffin, and pop the top from the stump; she also demands that he remove the exclamation point from his sign ("Its not top of the muffin, TO YOU!" to which Lippman replies "No, it is"). The stumps can be given to the homeless, only they don't want them. In fact, nobody wants them. Jerry continues to shave his chest, despite Kramer's warning about hair growth.
George "moves" to New York and takes a job with the Yankees. Steinbrenner is led to believe that George is holding down two jobs, and makes a deal to trade George for a fermented chicken drink and some chicken snacks for the stadium. Elaine convinces Kramer to get rid of her stumps on the tour, and he convinces Jerry and his girlfriend to take his tour. Jerry's chest begins itching from hair growth, as Kramer searches for a dump that will take the stumps. Jerry's itching makes him run into the forest to scratch his chest; when the moon comes out he howls like the Wolf Man. Elaine eventually hires "a cleaner" (Newman, in a Pulp Fiction spoof) to make the muffin stump problem go away until the store gets private garbage removal.