Kramer is annoyed with the catalogs he keeps getting in the mail. Elaine falls in love with a guy because of his smile. George's parents are avoiding him. Jerry can't find it in his heart to reject a gift from an old school friend.

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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 halo1k

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Wilford Brimley's guest appearance as Post-Master General of the United States was an homage to the actor's father, a postmaster. See more »

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When Kramer and Jerry come in offering to help write the ad to sell the van, Jerry's table has nothing on it as Kramer starts pulling a piece of paper out of his jacket pocket. When we see him starting to write, there is an empty envelope on the table. See more »

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References Last Tango in Paris (1972) See more »

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12 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Plot of the episode: Kramer gets ticked off when he gets too much junk mail, so he revolts against the post offices. Jerry runs into his old friend "Fragile Frankie Mourman", who gets very upset easily. He tries to sell Jerry a van, but Jerry doesn't really like it. George's parents don't want to speak to George much because they want to spice up their life. Elaine dumps Puddy for a guy who charms everyone by looking at his face. But he isn't that special, he is The wiz, who is a electronic salesmen.

The Junk mail is perhaps my favorite episode of Seinfeld ever. It is so hard to choose which is the best because they are all so f*cking funny. Every single episode. is funny. The Junk mail has so many funny moments in it and so much happens in it. Seinfeld is the greatest show ever, and the final season is fantastic. Every episode is. But The Junk mail is one of my favorites.


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