Seinfeld: Season 3, Episode 6

The Parking Garage (30 Oct. 1991)

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The four get stuck in a parking garage for hours when they forget where they parked.

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David Dunard ...
Security Guard
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Michele
Gregory T. Daniel ...
Man in Corvette (as Gregory Daniel)
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Having gone to a mall in Jersey so Kramer can buy a new air conditioner, George, Jerry, Elaine and Kramer find themselves unable to find their car when they're ready to go home. George has an outing with his parents, Jerry is in dire need of a bathroom and Elaine's repeated attempts to get help from other shoppers are a dismal failure. Written by garykmcd

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When Kramer struggles to put the box with his air conditioner into the trunk, resulting in him simply slamming the box into the trunk hard, Michael Richards injured himself. He banged his lip on the box's corner, cutting it open. Thus, sending the other cast members into genuine laughter. Richards himself managed to stay in character, as he looked at Julia Louis-Dreyfus and said "I really hurt myself, Elaine." While, the line and reactions from the cast is not seen in the final episode, it can be seen on both the third season DVD's "Inside Look" and in The Seinfeld Story (2004) (TV). See more »

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Lost and Micturition.
17 December 2006 | by (terra incognito) – See all my reviews

Single Favorite Line: (Kramer) "Jerry, are you aware that, adult diapers are a $600,000,000-a-year Industry?"

Notable Guest Stars:David Dunard (Security Guard), Adam Wylie (Kid / Brat)

Memorable Exchange: (all four looking for car) Elaine: "Well, I'm sure it's right around here" - Kramer: "Yeh, yeah, looks familiar --I remember the elevator..." - George: "There's elevators all OVER --everything looks the same!..We're like rats in some experiment!!" - Jerry: "There it is, it's over there!" (they all walk to where it isn't)

Key Topics: *Forgotten Parking Spots *Urination *Thrift *Unfriendliness *Scientology

Part I Didn't Like: The security guards seeming omniscience about when people are on the verge of losing control of their bladder.

Extra Nice Touch: Richards (Kramer) is carrying a real - and really heavy- air conditioner, throughout the episode, and it shows...adding to this weak episode his saving grace --the patented Kramer pratfalls.

4 of 10 - more dead than alive


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