Intro: En este capítulo (The Couch, 1994), Elaine va con Jerry a comer al restaurante de Poppie. Ella, pro-choice acérrima, se negará a comer si es que Poppie es del bando contrario. El pasaje ejemplifica la disposición a dialogar de Poppie, característica de los pro-life:
"Jerry and Elaine at Poppie's Restaurant.
JERRY: Poppie, I was just curious...where do you stand on the abortion issue?
POPPIE: When my mother was abducted by the Communists, she was with child...
JERRY: Oh, boy.
POPPIE: ...but the Communists, they put an end to that! So, on this issue there is no debate! And no intelligent person can think differently.
ELAINE (offended): Well...Poppie. I think differently.
POPPIE: And what gives you the right to do that?
ELAINE (standing up): The Supreme Court gives me the right to do that!
Recap: Kramer con Poppie deciden abrir un restaurante en donde la gracia es que cada uno se pueda preparar su propia pizza. El diálogo ilustra las posiciones respecto a cuándo comienza la vida humana.
New scene - Kramer and Poppie in the kitchen of the restaurant, making the first 'test pizza.'
KRAMER (in a chef's hat and apron): See, anybody can do this.
POPPIE: Use your wrist! It's all in the wrist.
KRAMER (puts the dough on the counter): Alright, put a little sauce on here...
POPPIE: Not too much!
POPPIE: Wait a second...what is that?
KRAMER: It's cucumbers.
POPPIE: No, no. You can't put cucumbers on a pizza.
KRAMER: Well, why not? I like cucumbers.
POPPIE: That's not a pizza. It'll taste terrible.
KRAMER: But that's the idea, you make your own pie.
POPPIE: Yes, but we cannot give the people the right to choose any topping they want! Now on this issue there can be no debate!
KRAMER: What gives you the right to tell me how I would make my pie?
POPPIE: Because it's a pizza!
KRAMER: It's not a pizza until it comes out of the oven!
POPPIE: It's a pizza the moment you put your fists in the dough!
KRAMER: No, it isn't!
POPPIE: Yes, it is!