George meets Jerry at the airport as scheduled but his car broke down on the way there and now don't have a way to get back. When Jerry notices a limo driver waiting for someone named ... See full summary »



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Man at Protest
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George meets Jerry at the airport as scheduled but his car broke down on the way there and now don't have a way to get back. When Jerry notices a limo driver waiting for someone named O'Brien, he knows the passenger will never show up since he was supposed to be on Jerry's flight but refused boarding. George has a solution to their problem - just tell the driver he's O'Brien and they'll get a free ride into Manhattan. When the driver tells them he's taking them to Madison Square Garden, they assume they're going to see a Knicks-Bulls game. They're joined by an interesting pair of bodyguards and soon realize that it's not a basketball game they're going to. Written by garykmcd

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Further replicating the success of "The Chinese Restaurant" whilst adding its own touches
28 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

"The Limo" is excellent, and continues the recent rich form of this season. Here we have George picking up Jerry at the airport, not before his car broke down. Seeing a limo driver with a board named "O'BRIEN", George and Jerry decide to get a free limo ride. Problems then begin to arise, that perfectly unfold into a series of misadventures, making for one of the show's funniest episodes to date.

The entire limo plot is indescribably good! Whilst Seinfeld's acting is far from spectacular, he once again brings forth enough charisma to the episode to allow Jason Alexander, Michael Richards and Julia Loius Dreyfus to dominate. Alexander is phenomenal, hilarious in every ounce of breath! Richards is equally brilliant, and his scene with Elaine where he attempts to reason what's going on, is nothing short of classic Kramer!

"The Limo" is entertaining from start to finish, but more importantly, it gets stronger and stronger as the episode continues. It almost never feels as though it is territory already trekked, even though many episodes have now made excellent use of a confined setting. "The Limo" is Season 3 at its near best to date.

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