After Jerry touches Kramer’s elbow, Jerry notices that his sense of touch is through the roof — every interaction is twice as stimulating. He immediately thanks Kramer and heads straight to his girlfriend’s apartment for what he can only assume will be incredible sex. Kramer wipes a bittersweet tear from his eye.
The next day, after hearing about the phenomenon, George and Elaine stop by Kramer’s place for similar reasons: Elaine wishes for super-hearing, so that she may better know when Peterman is getting up to speak to her and she will have ample time to escape. With a single dulcet tone of Kramer’s voice, her wish is granted. George believes he will be devilishly handsome if he can rid himself of those glasses, so Kramer stares him directly in the eye for several seconds. The glasses are immediately rendered useless. He and Elaine, so giddy and full of joy, run from the apartment to try out their improved skills. Slowly and clumsily, Kramer gets up and closes the door.
After many days in which no one has heard from Kramer, Newman pays him a visit to make sure that he is all right.
Several hours later, Newman emerges from Kramer’s dark apartment with flecks of blood still around his mouth. He takes one long whiff of the air and licks his lips in salacious satisfaction.