Kramer decides to help out a small mom and pop shoe repair shop by sending business their way. As part of his project, he cleans out Jerry's closet and sends all of his sneakers to them for repair. Kramer's suggestions for repairs in the shop send the old couple into bankruptcy. George has been looking for a new car and makes his choice buying a car that was supposedly once owned by Jon Voight. It turns out that Elaine knows quite a bit about big band music and her correct answer in a radio contest lets her boss Mr. Pitt do something he has always wanted: hold the giant balloon of Woody Woodpecker in the Macy's Thanksgiving parade. Jerry isn't sure what to do when he seems not to have been invited to a Thanksgiving-eve party. Written by
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According to Andy Ackerman, Jon Voight did not tell Michael Richards that he was going to bite him, so Richards resistance and reaction to this action was completely real. See more
When everyone is watching the Woody Woodpecker balloon float by, it is night time. In the footage of the balloon deflating, it is clearly day. See more
Composed by Jonathan Wolff See more