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Jerry takes back Kramer's key to his apartment and gives it to Elaine instead. When Jerry needs his spare key to get into his apartment, he enlists the help of George to get it out of Elaine's apartment and they discover the script she had written. Kramer, feeling like he can come out of Jerry's shadow, lands a role on Murphy Brown and travels to California for the part.
Jerry's Monologue: So, I fly a lot. I like planes. I was on a plane the other day and I was wondering - are there keys to the plane? Do they need keys to start the plane? Maybe that's what those delays on the ground are sometimes. When you're just sitting there at the gate, maybe the pilot's just up there in the cockpit going (mimics looking for keys) "Oh, I don't believe this. Oh my God...I did it again." They tell you it's something mechanical, because they don't want to come on the PA system..."Ladies and gentlemen, we're going to be delayed here on the ground for a little while, I uh...Oh God, this is so embarrassing...I - I left the keys to the plane in my apartment." You see the technicians all running underneath the plane; you think they're servicing it, but they're actually looking for the magnet "hide-a-key" under the wing..."maybe he left it up there somewhere..."
Visual: While in California Kramer lands a role on Murphy Brown.
Murphy Brown was a CBS sitcom starring Candice Bergen. The show aired for nearly 10 years, from November 1988 until May 1998, and had a total of 247 episodes. Kramer appears as on-screen as Murphy Brown's secretary.