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As George telling Jerry about what seems to be a job offer from Sanalac president Alan Tuttle, Kramer arrives fresh from getting a haircut by their neighborhood barber, Gino. Admitting that Gino's Uncle Enzo does a less than satisfactory job with his own hair, Jerry claims he feels too sorry for him to change. However, persuaded to drop by and see Gino for a haircut to prepare for a charity bachelor auction he agreed to do for Elaine, Jerry is surprised to find Enzo there and, losing his nerve, lets the elderly barber give him another bad haircut.
Following up on the somewhat vague job offer, George decides to simply start working while Mr. Tuttle is on vacation and, introducing himself as the new employee and is assigned to work on the Pensky account. Meanwhile, when Jerry goes to Gino's apartment for another haircut, Enzo drops by unexpectedly, forcing him to hide in the closet. But, upon finding a familiar looking hair, Enzo suspects his nephew of trying to steal one of his customers. So, stuck with a poor haircut, Jerry sends Kramer to the charity auction in his place while, complaining about the disloyalty of a customer, Enzo asks Newman for a sample of Jerry's hair.
Given the hair sample, Enzo quickly confirms it is the same as the one he found in Gino's apartment and sets out for revenge. Arriving to find Jerry and Gino watching a favorite movie together, Enzo threatens to kill them both until he is entranced by the film and quickly forgets what he came for. After Pensky drops in to inquire about his file and makes George another vague job offer, Mr. Tuttle returns from his vacation and expresses dismay that he has done so little in his absence. So, convinced he can get a job with Pensky, George quits -- only to learn that his other prospective employer is under indictment and cannot hire anyone. Finally, after fmding Newman at the barbershop giving haircuts if his own, Jerry gets revenge for his trouble with Enzo.