Jerry looks to buy a new car from Elaine's boyfriend. George tries to find a snack. Kramer test drives a car.

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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. 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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8 January 1998 (USA)  »

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When Jerry calls Elaine on the phone and she agrees to come back to the dealership only if Jerry would pay for her taxi it would be an expensive fare, because when Kramer is taking Exit 15 with the dealership in site; The exit sign reads, The Pelhams, which is 20 miles North from the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Also how did Elaine get home so quickly when she first left the dealership. See more »

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Worst episode (except for "The Finale" of course) in Seinfeld's best season
15 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The 9th and final season of Seinfeld is probably the best, but besides the terrible "Finale" and the "Chronicle" (clip show, doesn't really count) this is the worst episode of the season.

Another reviewer was incorrect in his score of ten stars, but was correct about the funny Kramer subplot and the dialogue exchange with the salesman. The other subplots seemed desperate and fell flat.

Something must have gone wrong that week. The gags were bad, the delivery was bad, and the supporting characters were bad. Except for Kramer, the main characters were way off their game, especially George, acting manic like someone going through a breakdown rather than a comedian being funny and entertaining.


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