Lawyers and members of the jury laughed as they watched a Seinfeld episode at the centre of a lawsuit brought by an executive who was fired after telling a woman colleague about the risque show. Jerold Mackenzie was fired from Miller Brewing after describing how Seinfeld tries to remember the name of a woman he is dating - his only clue being that it rhymes with a female body part. He tries 'Mulva' and 'Gipple', but when the offended girl storms off, he remembers and shouts out 'Dolores!' It was no longer a laughing matter for Mackenzie, who didn't watch the courtroom monitor and showed no reaction to the comedy. He is suing his former employers in a US$9.2 million (HK$71.2 million) wrongful termination lawsuit. Mackenzie was fired from his US$95,000-a-year job in March after he told co-worker Patricia Best about the episode and she complained. Best said the incident was one of several episodes of harassment, including a voice-mail message, played for the jury, in which Mackenzie called her 'a breath of fresh air'. Mackenzie said he thought nothing of discussing the Seinfeld episode with her. He said he was surprised that Best was offended because he had heard her use crude language about male body parts. 'Those were some of her favourite words,' he said. A Miller lawyer told the jury how Mackenzie had previously been sued for harassing a secretary. He denied that charge, but the case was settled out of court.