Jerry helps him with his material and comes up with gold. When Bania is scheduled to follow him on the NBC showcase, Jerry plans to take a dive so that Kenny’s act will also bomb. After Bania’s act, two NBC executives offer him a pilot on NBC, thinking Kramer and Newman running onto the stage was part of the act. ‘Cause I read on the Internet he killed.” – Kramer Kenny Bania is seen at the trial of Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer. After seeing Bania’s act, Abby is unimpressed and loses respect for Cynthia, eventually firing her as her mentor. They should call it round tine.” Jerry believes that Kenny Bania is riding his coattails, and that his act is only working because he goes on after Jerry.
Kenny Bania is a fellow New York comedian played by Steve Hytner. Bania: You didn’t think I was really going to give you a suit, did you? Jerry brings him a change of clothes and asks Kramer for the dry cleaning ticket that was in Kramer’s trousers which are now in Bania’s possession. However, Bania wants his money back for the suit because it was stained by Kramer’s moisturizer. Bania: Yeah, I’m huge Well, I’ll leave you guys alone. At the store, Bania is looking for a new suit, and he purchases the clothes off of Kramer’s back for a cool 0. Kramer is left in in the women’s dressing room in nothing but his underwear, so he tells Elaine to ask Jerry to bring him clothes. No matter how desperate we are that someday a better self will emerge, with each flicker of the candles on the cake, we know it's not to be, that for the rest of our sad, wretched pathetic lives, this is who we areto the bitter end. They're hanging in there with the chopsticks, aren't they? Like their posters, they’ve creatively and elusively provided only Seinfeld quotes about themselves. “Yada, yada, yada, we didn’t want to be a pirate.“ Contact us? Steinbrenner’s here, George is dead, message me back.” All you really need to know, however, is how and where to buy their posters and that can be done through their Etsy shop, which is anything but a jerk store.Well, birthdays are merely symbolic of how another year has gone by and how little we've grown. Later, while at the coffee shop, Bania joins George and Jerry in a booth and orders a soup and sandwich. Having ordered soup and a sandwich, Jerry feels he has fulfilled his obligation, but Bania disagrees as they didn’t eat in a fancy restaurant like Mendy’s.