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The Trip: Part 2 

Kramer is arrested when he is mistaken for a serial killer. After he is exonerated, Jerry, George, and he return to New York.

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Elaine Benes (credit only)
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Marty Rackham ...
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Lt. Coleman
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Tobias
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Kerry Leigh Michaels ...
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With Kramer in jail, George and Jerry do their best to try and get him out. They have an interesting ride in a police car where a handcuffed prisoner gives him his own views on how much they should tip the maid at their hotel. At the police station, Kramer gets the third degree in the police interrogation room. Kramer is cleared but when George and Jerry return to New York, they have a bit of a surprise. Written by garykmcd

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus does not appear in this episode as she was on maternity leave. See more »

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When Jerry, George and Kramer are talking on the bench, George lifts up his sandwich to take a bite. In the next shot, the hand with the sandwich is back down by his lap. See more »

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Featured in Seinfeld: The Chronicle (1998) See more »

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Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff
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"Anne Landers sucks!"
24 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

Well, the mini shitstory finally ends, but at least it ends better than it started.

On this episode the cinematic style is tone down a lot, the pace is better and the jokes actually land. The situations are fewer and the characters have more time in each one. That gives way for the typical Seinfeld humor of commenting about a subject on and on (the whole police car conversation, Kramer's interrogation).

Although this is an improvement over the previous episode, something appeared on this one that just scared me: emotions. Seinfeld publicly stated that this was a show with no feelings: "No hugging, no learning". But in the end of the episode Kramer and Jerry really engaged in a serious drama about their friendship and I couldn't be more repelled. Thank God this story is over.


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