After dating for a short time Jerry takes her to a bed and breakfast in Vermont but rainy weather keeps them inside and ruins the whole trip.Hey Jerry, next time you are looking for things to do, stick to what you know.Elaine doesn’t really have any close female friends. Right now she’s at Pendant Publishing, working for Mr. Frankly it’s a notch below her educational pedigree and her (self-reported) 145 IQ, but sometimes Elaine loses focus or her temper gets the best of her.Maybe women are less tolerant of being physically pushed out of the room after telling Elaine something surprising, which she is wont to do. Let’s hope she puts it all together, but don’t bet the house on it. eating big salads, dancing (albeit terribly), carrying on feuds, and watching quality films. (She once scandalized a local pharmacist when she tried to stockpile her favorite contraceptive, the sponge, before it was taken off the market.) Elaine has no problem attracting eligible suitors including a former baseball star and the president of NBC, but her screening system for who’s truly “sponge-worthy” needs serious work.
Elaine Marie Benes is a fictional character on Seinfeld, played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus.She would make her first appearance in the second episode, "The Stake Out".Her character was added because NBC executives felt the show was too male-centric, and demanded that creators Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David add a woman to the cast, or the show would not be renewed.In some cases, their careers were reborn, Played by: Pamela Brull Appears in The Seinfeld Chronicles Laura calls Jerry to ask if she can stay with him while she is visiting New York.Jerry is interested in Laura but is having a hard time reading her signals.