Kramer becomes annoyed at all the junk mail he gets, so he decides to stage a crusade against the post office. Jerry runs into "Fragile Frankie", a former childhood acquaintance, who tries to sell Jerry a huge new van. Frank and Estelle try to find a way to spice up their love life, against George's objections. Meanwhile, Elaine dumps Puddy for a guy who does TV spots for an electronics store called "Nobody Beats The Wiz". Written by
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Wilford Brimley, as the Postmaster General, sits on a desk and threatens Kramer. The scenario parodies Brimley's performance within "Absence of Malice (1981)" where, as an Assistant U.S. Attorney General, Brimley threatens a room full of lawyers and subordinates using similar statements. See more
When George drives the van to the park with his cousin, it is clearly seen from an overhead shot that a larger man in a brown shirt with an over-sized belly is driving and not George. George is wearing a plaid shirt and his belly is no where protruding as far as shown in the next shot. See more
References Last Tango in Paris