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The Bookstore 

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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Trivia

Brentano cashier, Merrin Dungey, went on to play "Ursula" in "Once Upon a Time." See more »

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The beer stein in Elaine's apartment is beside the bookstore's cash register. See more »

Quotes

Cosmo Kramer: Jerry, check this out. Remember my idea about rickshaws in New York? Well, we're gonna make it happen!
George Costanza: No, you're not.
Cosmo Kramer: Newman, he knows a guy in the Hong Kong post office.
George Costanza: No, he doesn't.
Newman: He's shipping us a rickshaw. It can't miss!
George Costanza: Yes, it can.
Cosmo Kramer: We'll start out with one, and then when it catches on, we're gonna have a whole fleet.
Newman: It's the romance of the Hansom Cab without the guilt or dander of the equine.
George Costanza: So, who's gonna pull this thing?
Cosmo Kramer: [Perplexed, to Newman] . Well, I just assumed you would.
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Featured in Seinfeld: The Chronicle (1998) See more »

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Theme From Cape Fear
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Music by Bernard Herrmann
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