Seinfeld: Season 8, Episode 18

The Nap (10 Apr. 1997)

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George needs to find a way to have a nap at work. His glass wall doesn't seem to make that possible but he finds a way anyways. He runs into a bit of trouble when Mr. Steinbrenner wants to ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Delivery Man
Secretary (as Jonell Kennedy)
Bomb Squad Guy
Sid Newman ...
Old Man
Kevin Keckeisen ...


George needs to find a way to have a nap at work. His glass wall doesn't seem to make that possible but he finds a way anyways. He runs into a bit of trouble when Mr. Steinbrenner wants to see him and decides to wait in George's office. Elaine has a problem with her new boyfriend Hal who has a new mattress delivered to house. Kramer has taken up swimming but finds the pool crowded. He finds a new place that gives him lots of room - the East River. Jerry is losing his patience with the man he's hired to install new kitchen cabinets. Written by garykmcd

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A scene in Jerry's apartment reveals the bottom of set lights. It is in the scene with Jerry and George, right after Elaine and Kramer leave. See more »


References The Omen (1976) See more »


Written by Geoff Gill and Cliff Wade
Performed by Larry David
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A great episode
4 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

I'm convinced. I'm completely convinced that Seinfeld can't make a single episode wrong. I've always liked this show unfortunately it nearly isn't ever on TV so I haven't seen many episodes. But this episode is one of the most memorable ones for me.

Why? Because the ideas behind this episode seem so random and weird yet those running gags throughout the episode, and the weird situation in which George is stuck under his table are just priceless.

So, like every Seinfeld episode, this episode was great and I don't have anything more to say about it. Just priceless and funny throughout the whole episode.

Recommended 10/10.

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