They move about the world totally oblivious to their white privilege. Funny is the world that I live in. I have no interest in gender or race or anything like that, but everyone else is, kind of with their little calculating, 'Is this the exact right mix? Aside from lacking diversity, there are many examples that show the four main characters' reactionary attitude toward women and minorities.
Plot[ edit ] Kramer gets Jerry into trouble when he reveals Jerry's dislike of Sally Weaver Kathy Griffin directly to her when they meet on the street. Elaine obsesses over the meaning of a cartoon that appears in The New Yorker. Kramer makes a number of remarks about it that make George and Jerry uncomfortable including "just because they look alike, that doesn't mean you're secretly in love with Jerry. Kramer therefore decides to stop talking and communicate non-verbally from that point on. Elaine goes to The New Yorker offices to seek an explanation for the cartoon but discovers that even the editor Paul Benedict didn't understand the cartoon either — he simply liked the drawing. Elaine decides that she would be able to do a better job of drawing New Yorker cartoons herself and the editor invites her to draw one. A bitter Sally opens her new one-woman show called "Jerry Seinfeld, the Devil" where she complains about him.