Regular watchers of the show had their favorite girlfriends (come on, we always wanted him to get back with Elaine really), and even part-time viewers couldn’t help but fall in love with some of the women themselves – Tia, anyone?
If you’ve ever wondered what happened to some of the women that Jerry Seinfeld dated – and where you can find them now – then wonder no more.
As a self-confessed germaphobe and neat freak, some women were dumped simply because they didn’t meet his high standards.
Others unfortunately said something he didn’t agree with (you know, you don’t always have to have the same opinion, Jerry) and so were ditched.
In a more rural setting, she is often branded the "village bicycle" (been everywhere and everyone's had a ride...). See also Everybody Has Lots of Sex for cases where this Trope more-or-less applies to the entire cast of a work.Many rock stars are too exhausted after a concert to immediately get it on with their groupies, for instance.Even though this trope can be Truth in Television for some very attractive people, most of the time the amount of sex they have is grossly exaggerated.begin Anna Gunn’s character, Amy, dated Jerry briefly in season five, but the relationship was doomed from the start – it is Jerry after all!While Amy was popular with viewers, she was less popular, it seemed, with the forever hard-to-please Jerry.Men tend to have fewer partners in life, but usually exaggerate the number because that is what society expects from them.