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The series Seinfeld mentions many fictional films, sometimes as major plot elements, sometimes minor plot elements and often as running gags. Rochelle, Rochelle is a film referenced many times during the series. It is most likely based on the erotic film Emmanuelle. Like other films referenced by the show, it is never shown, but characters are portrayed watching it.. Susan Ross notes that it contains "a lot of nudity. According to reactions to the movie throughout the series, the plot is completely unbearable, but is still revered because of its nudity.

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Street artist Jayshells made this reproduction of the poster featured on the show and hung it at an abandoned New York City theater in He gave Holton a copy. It even eventually becomes a stage adaptation in an episode guest-starring Bette Midler. And all the time, the movie poster remains the same: a hazy, moody black and white portrait of a beautiful young woman. Here, a few highlights from our interview … for the rest of the good stuff, please check out the book!

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They get split up, can't get into the movie, and three of them end up going to see Rochelle, Rochelle instead. However, they ditch the movie partway through. While at the video store, George sees Susan and her girlfriend for the first time. The plot is inspired by the Nancy Kerrigan beating. Jerry is dating Midler's understudy; in a softball game between his favorite comedy club's team and the team of Rochelle cast members, Midler is injured, and people accuse Jerry of masterminding the event so his girlfriend can go on.
It is the 14th episode of the fourth season, and first aired on January 6, on NBC. Jerry has two stand-up acts scheduled for the same night; due to a delay in one of them, he cannot make both shows. A hopeful comedian, Buckles, hangs around to fill in when somebody drops out. Jerry agrees to lose his moment at the microphone, as he is meeting his friends to see a movie, CheckMate , at