George is forced to buy a book he brought into the bathroom. Jerry finds out that his Uncle Leo is a shop lifter. Elaine doesn't want to be known as the office skank. Kramer and Newman start a Hong Kong rickshaw business.

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While at Brentano's, George is forced to buy an expensive art book after taking it into the bathroom. George has a hard time getting rid of said book. Jerry catches Uncle Leo shoplifting and has a hard time dealing with the situation. Kramer and Newman set up a rickshaw business using New York's homeless population but the plans quickly backfire. Elaine gets in trouble when she has a drunken make out session at Peterman's Christmas party and Peterman orders the guy to attend rehab. Written by halo1k

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9 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Newman's rickshaw starts rolling downhill, the actor Wayne Knight mistakenly calls Michael Richards (Kramer) twice by his name 'Mike'. See more »

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As Zach is being run over by the rickshaw, production company trucks, traffic cones and set police are visible in background. See more »

Quotes

J. Peterman: Elaine, do you have a moment? It's about your lover.
Elaine Benes: [Faking a broken heart] Oh yes. I know all about his little performance in the break room.
Elaine Benes: Elaine, who among us hasn't snuck into the break room to nibble on a love newton?
Elaine Benes: Love newton?
J. Peterman: I'm afraid the problem with Zach is more serious. He's back on the horse, Elaine. Smack. White palace. The Chinaman's nightcap.
Elaine Benes: An addict?... Well, it just keeps getting better!
J. Peterman: And, in a tiny way, I almost feel responsible. I'm the one who sent him to Thailand...
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Spoofs Cape Fear (1991) See more »

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Music by Bernard Herrmann
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