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Plot[ edit ] This episode presents a backwards narrative, beginning with the Castle Rock Entertainment logo in reverse but has the music in forward and goes from the final scene to the first scene. Jerry and George are walking down the street while George is wearing Timberland boots and they run into Nina Justine Miceli , an old friend of Jerry's whom he never slept with, because there was never an awkward pause during which he could make a move. Elaine receives a last minute invitation to Sue Ellen Mischke's wedding in India.

Given the late arrival of the invitation, Elaine assumes that this is an "unvitation" and that Sue Ellen doesn't actually want her to come. Sue Ellen will be marrying Pinter Ranawat, whose name seems familiar to Elaine. George asks Jerry to call Nina about setting them up on a date and realizes he must wear his Timberlands because wearing them causes him to seem taller every time he sees her.

Jerry and Nina suffer an awkward pause in their conversation, causing them to have sex on Jerry's counter. Elaine meets Pinter's parents, Usha and Zubin Ranawat, who try to convince her not to go to India for the wedding; they aren't going themselves and dislike India. While at Jerry's to talk about the incident, Elaine discovers that he and Nina have just slept together. She and Jerry agree that they must keep this from George, as he will take it personally.

When she returns to Jerry's to give everyone their surprise tickets, Kramer turns down the offer because he's busy with his own subplot see below. George promptly takes the ticket for Nina, and Elaine and Jerry immediately become awkward, afraid that their secret will get out.

Jerry temporarily escapes talking with George by going with Kramer to Newman's. While under the influence, Elaine reveals Jerry and Nina's encounter to George. Elaine, Jerry, George and Nina arrive in India, where Elaine discovers that Pinter is a man she has slept with and that they are the only people from the United States who are attending the ceremony.

Jerry makes Elaine drink schnapps to find out why George is acting bitterly towards him. Jerry finds out that Elaine told George that Jerry slept with Nina and that Elaine had slept with the groom, a fact that George shouts out during the wedding ceremony. Sue Ellen calls her wedding off when she finds out, and Nina reveals she hates George and isn't interested in Jerry, and only came for a free trip to India. Jerry, George, and Elaine return from their disastrous trip to India that they don't want to talk about to Kramer.

It is revealed that, two years ago, Elaine indeed dated Pinter whom Elaine knew as "Peter" and Jerry tells George and Susan that Nina might be the one. He is very impressed when she mentions something he's never heard of, called " e-mail ". On a later visit, FDR reveals that his wish was for Kramer to drop dead. Kramer tries to get Newman to use his birthday wish to protect Kramer from dropping dead, but he instead wishes for a date with a supermodel, which in fact comes true.

Kramer stops by Newman's apartment with Jerry in tow to avoid George to confront him, at which point Newman's girlfriend suggests he counter the wish himself. Kramer and FDR soon find themselves out-wishing each other by wishing on a shooting star, throwing coins in the fountain, pulling out eyelashes, and even pulling a wishbone.

In the end, Kramer and FDR settle their scores with a snowball. It is revealed that Kramer hit FDR in the back of the head with a snowball in At the end of the episode, a flashback, taking place in , shows Jerry moving into his apartment and his first meeting with Kramer whom Jerry calls Kessler, the name on the buzzer , who welcomes him to the building.

He invites Kramer over for pizza and tells him, "What's mine is yours. The debt to Pinter's play appears in the episode's title, "The Betrayal", in the use of reverse chronology, which mimics a prominent feature of Pinter's play, and in the choice for the first name of the groom, Pinter Ranawat, whose wedding Jerry and his friends travel to India to attend. In one segment of this episode, Jerry betrays George by having sex with George's girlfriend, Nina, while it turns out that Elaine has previously had an affair with Peter, named Pinter in India, who is marrying her rival friend, Sue Ellen Mishke.

Mandel and Mehlman agreed, in part because of the lollipop gag and also having the character Newman involved, the storyline for Kramer is trying to avoid a birthday wish from FDR that he "drop dead". Deleted scenes[ edit ] George, staying in India for a few days, is trying to walk off the need to go to the bathroom.

Before Elaine hands out the plane tickets, George and Nina are hanging out together; also noting the Timberlands he's wearing at the time. Kramer, coming back to greet Jerry, George and Elaine after the Sue Ellen wedding incident, bumps into a kid who gives him the evil eye before he blows out his candles on his birthday. Because of this, he runs out of the restaurant fearing it will happen again. On the plane, after George announces that "Jerry Seinfeld's a funny guy", Elaine tells Nina that she put the fact that Jerry and Nina slept together "in the vault.

Continuity[ edit ] Jerry mistaking Kramer's name as "Kessler" is a reference to " The Seinfeld Chronicles " where Kramer's character was originally named Kessler. The episode also gives us a clue as to why Kramer always helps himself to anything in Jerry's apartment.

Susan Ross , despite having died at the end of Season 7, makes a return appearance in this episode. She appears during a brief flashback to "two years earlier", during the time when she was still alive, and when she and George were engaged. She also provided the phrase George claims he owns: Also at the time revealed by Peter Mehlman in the "Audio Commentary" and Heidi Swedberg in "Inside Look" that she already had her head shaved for another episode in a different show so she has to wear a wig for this appearance.

Ross come out of the store. Vegetable Lasagna aka Magnus seen in " The Butter Shave " in a deleted scene makes a final brief appearance next to Elaine on the plane. Forward chronology[ edit ] This episode's inclusion on the Seinfeld Season 9 DVD is accompanied by a special feature that allows the viewer to watch the episode front-to-back with normal chronology, preceded by a brief introduction from writer David Mandel. This "forward" version has never aired on television.

Critical reception[ edit ] David Sims of The A. Club was "torn" in his review: The best meta joke of all comes right near the end, when we flash to two years prior and see a guest appearance by Susan, who implants the irritating catchphrase 'You can stuff your sorries in a sack, mister! Once you know the plot, everything feels a little less exciting Still, one of Seinfeld's great strengths is its story craft, and The Betrayal is the ultimate example of that, since it's all about the craft.

Another fun example is when, after Jerry tells Elaine, "God bless you," the show cuts to Elaine sneezing. But the deeper effect of the reverse chronology is not too far from the reason Harold Pinter employed it In this episode George, Jerry, and Elaine are particularly nasty. They all lie, cheat, and deceive throughout the story. Both Jerry and George get Elaine drunk to get information from her.

Elaine goes to India to spite Sue Ellen. And the three end up or start out, in the order of the episode furious with each other. Behind the clever gimmick of The Betrayal is a particularly nasty story about fairly nasty characters, so perhaps its greatest triumph is the clever way it reveals the true nature of the show's characters. Keep that in mind next time you're watching Two and a Half Men.

It wasn't only audacity that set the show apart Only Roseanne Barr, whose own sitcom was broadcast during the same period, publicly took against the highfalutin rival show:

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Plot[ edit ] This episode presents a backwards narrative, beginning with the Castle Rock Entertainment logo in reverse but has the music in forward and goes from the final scene to the first scene. Jerry and George are walking down the street while George is wearing Timberland boots and they run into Nina Justine Miceli , an old friend of Jerry's whom he never slept with, because there was never an awkward pause during which he could make a move.

Elaine receives a last minute invitation to Sue Ellen Mischke's wedding in India. Given the late arrival of the invitation, Elaine assumes that this is an "unvitation" and that Sue Ellen doesn't actually want her to come. Sue Ellen will be marrying Pinter Ranawat, whose name seems familiar to Elaine. George asks Jerry to call Nina about setting them up on a date and realizes he must wear his Timberlands because wearing them causes him to seem taller every time he sees her.

Jerry and Nina suffer an awkward pause in their conversation, causing them to have sex on Jerry's counter. Elaine meets Pinter's parents, Usha and Zubin Ranawat, who try to convince her not to go to India for the wedding; they aren't going themselves and dislike India. While at Jerry's to talk about the incident, Elaine discovers that he and Nina have just slept together.

She and Jerry agree that they must keep this from George, as he will take it personally. When she returns to Jerry's to give everyone their surprise tickets, Kramer turns down the offer because he's busy with his own subplot see below.

George promptly takes the ticket for Nina, and Elaine and Jerry immediately become awkward, afraid that their secret will get out. Jerry temporarily escapes talking with George by going with Kramer to Newman's.

While under the influence, Elaine reveals Jerry and Nina's encounter to George. Elaine, Jerry, George and Nina arrive in India, where Elaine discovers that Pinter is a man she has slept with and that they are the only people from the United States who are attending the ceremony.

Jerry makes Elaine drink schnapps to find out why George is acting bitterly towards him. Jerry finds out that Elaine told George that Jerry slept with Nina and that Elaine had slept with the groom, a fact that George shouts out during the wedding ceremony.

Sue Ellen calls her wedding off when she finds out, and Nina reveals she hates George and isn't interested in Jerry, and only came for a free trip to India. Jerry, George, and Elaine return from their disastrous trip to India that they don't want to talk about to Kramer. It is revealed that, two years ago, Elaine indeed dated Pinter whom Elaine knew as "Peter" and Jerry tells George and Susan that Nina might be the one.

He is very impressed when she mentions something he's never heard of, called " e-mail ". On a later visit, FDR reveals that his wish was for Kramer to drop dead. Kramer tries to get Newman to use his birthday wish to protect Kramer from dropping dead, but he instead wishes for a date with a supermodel, which in fact comes true. Kramer stops by Newman's apartment with Jerry in tow to avoid George to confront him, at which point Newman's girlfriend suggests he counter the wish himself.

Kramer and FDR soon find themselves out-wishing each other by wishing on a shooting star, throwing coins in the fountain, pulling out eyelashes, and even pulling a wishbone.

In the end, Kramer and FDR settle their scores with a snowball. It is revealed that Kramer hit FDR in the back of the head with a snowball in At the end of the episode, a flashback, taking place in , shows Jerry moving into his apartment and his first meeting with Kramer whom Jerry calls Kessler, the name on the buzzer , who welcomes him to the building. He invites Kramer over for pizza and tells him, "What's mine is yours.

The debt to Pinter's play appears in the episode's title, "The Betrayal", in the use of reverse chronology, which mimics a prominent feature of Pinter's play, and in the choice for the first name of the groom, Pinter Ranawat, whose wedding Jerry and his friends travel to India to attend. In one segment of this episode, Jerry betrays George by having sex with George's girlfriend, Nina, while it turns out that Elaine has previously had an affair with Peter, named Pinter in India, who is marrying her rival friend, Sue Ellen Mishke.

Mandel and Mehlman agreed, in part because of the lollipop gag and also having the character Newman involved, the storyline for Kramer is trying to avoid a birthday wish from FDR that he "drop dead".

Deleted scenes[ edit ] George, staying in India for a few days, is trying to walk off the need to go to the bathroom. Before Elaine hands out the plane tickets, George and Nina are hanging out together; also noting the Timberlands he's wearing at the time. Kramer, coming back to greet Jerry, George and Elaine after the Sue Ellen wedding incident, bumps into a kid who gives him the evil eye before he blows out his candles on his birthday.

Because of this, he runs out of the restaurant fearing it will happen again. On the plane, after George announces that "Jerry Seinfeld's a funny guy", Elaine tells Nina that she put the fact that Jerry and Nina slept together "in the vault.

Continuity[ edit ] Jerry mistaking Kramer's name as "Kessler" is a reference to " The Seinfeld Chronicles " where Kramer's character was originally named Kessler. The episode also gives us a clue as to why Kramer always helps himself to anything in Jerry's apartment. Susan Ross , despite having died at the end of Season 7, makes a return appearance in this episode. She appears during a brief flashback to "two years earlier", during the time when she was still alive, and when she and George were engaged.

She also provided the phrase George claims he owns: Also at the time revealed by Peter Mehlman in the "Audio Commentary" and Heidi Swedberg in "Inside Look" that she already had her head shaved for another episode in a different show so she has to wear a wig for this appearance. Ross come out of the store.

Vegetable Lasagna aka Magnus seen in " The Butter Shave " in a deleted scene makes a final brief appearance next to Elaine on the plane. Forward chronology[ edit ] This episode's inclusion on the Seinfeld Season 9 DVD is accompanied by a special feature that allows the viewer to watch the episode front-to-back with normal chronology, preceded by a brief introduction from writer David Mandel.

This "forward" version has never aired on television. Critical reception[ edit ] David Sims of The A. Club was "torn" in his review: The best meta joke of all comes right near the end, when we flash to two years prior and see a guest appearance by Susan, who implants the irritating catchphrase 'You can stuff your sorries in a sack, mister!

Once you know the plot, everything feels a little less exciting Still, one of Seinfeld's great strengths is its story craft, and The Betrayal is the ultimate example of that, since it's all about the craft. Another fun example is when, after Jerry tells Elaine, "God bless you," the show cuts to Elaine sneezing.

But the deeper effect of the reverse chronology is not too far from the reason Harold Pinter employed it In this episode George, Jerry, and Elaine are particularly nasty. They all lie, cheat, and deceive throughout the story. Both Jerry and George get Elaine drunk to get information from her. Elaine goes to India to spite Sue Ellen. And the three end up or start out, in the order of the episode furious with each other.

Behind the clever gimmick of The Betrayal is a particularly nasty story about fairly nasty characters, so perhaps its greatest triumph is the clever way it reveals the true nature of the show's characters. Keep that in mind next time you're watching Two and a Half Men. It wasn't only audacity that set the show apart Only Roseanne Barr, whose own sitcom was broadcast during the same period, publicly took against the highfalutin rival show:

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  1. The debt to Pinter's play appears in the episode's title, "The Betrayal", in the use of reverse chronology, which mimics a prominent feature of Pinter's play, and in the choice for the first name of the groom, Pinter Ranawat, whose wedding Jerry and his friends travel to India to attend.

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