Jerry does a set at a comedy club, then goes to meet George, Elaine, and Kramer afterward to see a screening of Checkmate. However, a simple miscommunication causes the four to keep missing each other at two different theaters.

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Tom La Grua ...
Kernis
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Maurice
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Christie Mellor ...
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It's a evening of mix-ups and mayhem when Jerry is supposed to get together with Elaine, Kramer and George to go to the movies. He has two gigs that night and in the process of moving them round, he manages to miss both of them. George is first at the theatre and gets in line not realizing the tickets had to be bought first. By the time he realizes what's going on, the movie is sold out. George, Elaine and Kramer then go to another theater but their attempts to leave Jerry a message only adds to the confusion. Written by garykmcd

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6 January 1993 (USA)  »

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When Kramer is sitting in the movie, eating his hot dog, you can hear the dialogue between two actors on the screen. One of them says, "Yes, but it's only a game." This is the voice of Jerry Seinfeld. See more »

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Elaine Benes: Can I have a medium diet coke?
Concessionaire: Do you want the medium size or the middle size?
Elaine Benes: What's the difference?
Concessionaire: Well, we have three sizes: medium, large, and jumbo.
Elaine Benes: What happened to the small?
Concessionaire: There is no small. Small's medium.
Elaine Benes: What's medium?
Concessionaire: Medium is large and large is jumbo.
Elaine Benes: Ok. Give me the large.
Concessionaire: That's medium.
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best episode of season 4
11 May 2008 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

this the best episode of season 4 because its one of those episodes that they are outside and its one plot not following 4 stories,and its hilarious cause there going to the movies but the get lost and meet some funny characters its just "great". this is no just the best of season 4 is one of the best in the whole bunch.

so if you ever buy the series check to have season 4.and a good thing about the movie its hilarious all the jokes are funny even the idea of the plot. but i don't wanna give anything away to spoil it but this is a must see Seinfeld episode its as much fun as "the jimmy" and better than the "smelly car" and they even give jokes about the movies the sounds,the names i could watch it again and again and wont get tired of it.

giddy up for "the movie"


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