The Spark

George sits in a sticky seat on the subway. His first instinct is to stand up, but he’s too afraid that the next person who sits there will think he was the source of the stickiness. Instead, he stubbornly remains in the seat, even when an elderly woman on crutches boards the train and looks at him imploringly. The other passengers glare at him until he finally screams at them about what a huge favor he’s doing them. Elaine runs out of dryer sheets, and her clothes end up with so much static cling that she can barely move. After a heckler makes fun of the way Jerry speaks, he starts taking elocution lessons. Kramer mishears this as “electrocution lessons”, subsequently wondering why anyone would intentionally shock themselves and what benefits it would provide. After extensive research, he purchases a TENS kit and hooks it up to various parts of his body. The resulting muscle spasms prevent him from being able to remove the electrodes. Instead, he writhes across the floor to Jerry’s apartment to ask for help, conceding, “Now I know why someone would need to take lessons!”

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