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Though it's grapefruit juice that has caused George to wink uncontrollably, Yankee executive Mr. Wilhelm thinks he's hinting at a problem with his boss, Mr. Morgan, and Kramer takes it as an okay to sell an autographed birthday card intended for the team's owner. Meanwhile, after Elaine agrees to date her wakeup service man, James, she reveals that her cousin Holly found Jerry's new diet a problem during a recent date. So when Jerry joins the two cousins for dinner, Elaine borrows his jacket for the walk home, unaware it's hiding his serving of mutton in the pockets wrapped in a pair of old napkins. But when Holly discovers that Grandma Mimma's antique napkins are missing, she's sure Elaine is a thief.
Although Kramer has already sold the card to a memorabilia dealer, George must get it back for Morgan to sign so it can be presented to Yankee owner George Steinbrenner. Because it now belongs to a boy hospitalized with a fatal disease, Kramer can get it only by promising that Yankee Paul O'Neill will hit two home runs in the next game. Meanwhile, to escape a pack of mutton-hungry dogs, Elaine seeks refuge in James's apartment. However, her spending the night causes him to oversleep. And when James forgets to wake his newest client, Mr. Morgan's late arrival at work causes Wilhelm to be concerned.
While Holly is cooking pork chops for Jerry, Elaine shows up to meet James. And when he arrives with Jerry's jacket, Holly is upset to sees James's dogs wearing Mimma's napkins. Finally, after claiming responsibility for the circumstances that reflected poorly on Morgan, George gets the card back. But because it's been framed and Morgan is unable to sign it, George not only gets credit for a job well done, but is promoted when his boss is fired.