Seinfeld: Season 9, Episode 11

The Dealership (8 Jan. 1998)

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Jerry goes to buy a new car from David Puddy, who's been promoted to the sales floor. But after Elaine breaks up with Puddy (again), Jerry is worried that he wont get a good deal on the car... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Michael Kagan ...
Service Assistant
Howard Mann ...
Willie, Sr.
Steve Susskind ...
Customer #1
Loretta Fox ...
Customer #2


Jerry goes to buy a new car from David Puddy, who's been promoted to the sales floor. But after Elaine breaks up with Puddy (again), Jerry is worried that he wont get a good deal on the car. George seeks revenge on a mechanic after he accuses the mechanic of stealing his candy bar. Kramer takes the same car Jerry is looking at out on a long test drive to see how far he can go on free gas without filling up the tank. Written by halo1k

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Before he buys the candy bar, George tells Jerry that he only needs one more nickel. Once he has the coin from Jerry, he inserts 3 coins into the machine. Later, the camera zooms in, revealing the price of the candy bar to be 50 cents. Three coins minus Jerry's nickel is 45 cents, and there are no two coins that add up to 45 cents. See more »


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Thelma & Louise.
10 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Plot: Jerry wants to buy a car from Puddy. He's not a mechanic anymore. Now he is a car salesman. Jerry is supposed to be getting a deal. But when Elaine and Puddy break up yet again because of a high five he keeps doing, Jerry has to get them back together. Geroge is accusing a worker at the dealership of stealing a Twix bar. Kramer and an employee take a test drive in one of the cars, and drive until the gas runs out.

This is yet another episode with Puddy. Puddy is such a funny character though he is an idiot. I think that this is yet another great episode of Seinfeld. I think that what Kramer and George do is stupid but funny. George goes out of his way to prove that he stole the Twix. Kramer drives for hours and hours. Both very dumb ideas. But e have fun watching.

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