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When Jerrymeets a woman over the phone, he and everyone else assume she is Chinese because of her Asian surname. After she turns out to be Jewish, Jerry isn't quite as interested in her and George's mother decides the woman's advice doesn't carry as much weight as it did when she thought she was Chinese. Meanwhile, Kramer takes steps to increase his sperm count and Jerry and Elaine spot George's father on the street talking to a man in a cape. Kelly Coffield, Angela Dohrmann, and William Utay guest star. Originally airing October 13, 1994, "The Chinese Woman" was the fourth episode of the show's sixth season.