At the police station, George likes the picture and Jerry has his eye on a female Sergeant, Sgt. On their way back, Kramer argues with the homeless man and cannot retrieve his Tupperware container.
At the ballet, Elaine is acting as Robert's girlfriend.
She is going as a beard for a gay man (Robert Mailhouse) whose boss, he believes, is homophobic.
On their way to the station, Kramer gives Chinese food leftovers to a homeless man (Jon Gries).
The citrus peelers offered by Tupperware are probably the absolute best way to market Tupperware.
Send out sales fliers to your list depending on how long they've been on it.
This bowl and cover were made by Tupperware Corporation, Woonsocket, R. These women formed a market for new and effective methods of food storage.
He devised translucent and opaque colored containers that he first marketed in 1942 as "Welcome Ware," then added lids with a patented seal later in the decade.
Back at Monk's Café, Elaine talks with Jerry how nice Robert is, and the possibility to make him "change teams" (i.e., "convert" to heterosexuality).
Jerry says conversion is not possible since they are only comfortable with their own "equipment." At Jerry's apartment, Kramer needs a Tupperware to save his meal.