Everyone makes a comment about a bad check of Jerry’s that is on display at Marcelino’s store. Through the Foundation, George gets the opportunity to visit a women’s prison. He is disappointed when the facility doesn’t meet his impression of what he thinks a women’s prison is. He does however meet a convict that he decides to ask out. He enjoys the liberation that dating a convict offers. Kramer gets a new pet, a rooster that he names “Little Jerry Seinfeld”; of course he really wanted a hen for the eggs. Jerry’s parents find out about the check and offer to send money. Elaine finds out her bald boyfriend once had a fine head of hair. She convinces him to start growing it back, but when he does he shows signs of hair-loss. He begins to feel despondent. George’s dream relationship hangs on the brink, Celia’s up for parole. Kramer enters “Little Jerry” in a cockfight that if he wins, Jerry’s bad check will be taken down. George is a character witness for Celia’s parole hearing; he testifies to try keeping her in. Jerry’s bad check doesn’t come down, because Marcelino wants Jerry to do something for him first. Kurt seeks hair-loss advice from George that causes him to propose to Elaine. Jerry and Kramer train “Little Jerry” for the big cockfight. George experiences “fugitive sex” when Celia breaks out after her parole was denied. Celia is tracked down and Kurt is mistaken for George. Marcelino brings a ringer in for the big fight; Kramer tries to save “Little Jerry” but pays the price.