Seinfeld (1989–1998)
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The Money 

Jerry's parents believe he is financially unstable. Kramer has trouble sleeping with his girlfriend. Elaine enjoys her position as President of the J. Peterman catalog. George hopes to get his parents' money when they die.



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Jack Klompus
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Jerry buys his parents a Cadillac. His parents sell it to Jack Clompus for 6000 dollars and try and give the money to Jerry. Elaine has stock options at Peterman's and buys George coffee. George feels that she is "sticking" it to him. George tries to convince his parents to stay in Queens because he wants their money. They then decide to buy expensive things and move to Florida. Kramer's girlfriend has the "jimmy legs" and they sleep in the Costanza's apartment when they go to Florida. Jerry buys back the Cadillac from Clompus for 14000 dollars. Clompus crashes it along Alligator Alley. Jerry has to sleep in the Cadillac because he has no money. Elaine hires Morty Seinfeld because he thinks he needs to support Jerry. Peterman returns and dismisses Elaine from her position with no stock options. The Seinfeld's sell their condo and attach a camper to their Cadillac. Written by Jim

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16 January 1997 (USA)  »

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According to Sarah Silverman, Michael Richards screamed at her because she kept blowing her line "It was probably the wind." See more »


When Kramer wakes up to his door knob turning it is 5:30 on his alarm clock then after he puts the covers over his head it is 5:26 on his alarm clock. See more »


Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff
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A Dull One
22 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

I can't remember the last time I was so uninterested by a Seinfeld Episode.

Being serious here, this has to be one of the most dull, boring and worst performed episodes in the entire series. The jokes aren't funny, the pace it's a turtle, there's no arc in any character's story. My God, even the audience isn't laughing that much. Having said that, it is a Seinfeld episode with Seinfeld characters. With that you will at least get the characters that you love and it will make the episode bearable.

When I think of this episode there just a blank space. The only thing that comes to mind is Sarah Silverman. Now, that's alright.

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