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Seinfeld: The Trip (1)

Jerry and George go to L.A. where Jerry is going to be on the Tonight Show. While in L.A., they try to find Kramer who is trying to get his script read. Jerry loses paper with his jokes written on them and his act doesn't go well after George pesters the guests. Kramer mistakenly becomes the number one suspect in a serial killing when his script is found at the crime scene.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x1
Production Number: 401
Airdate: Wednesday August 12th, 1992

Director: Tom Cherones
Writer: Larry Charles

Guest Stars
Elmarie WendelElmarie Wendel
As Helene
Keith MorrisonKeith Morrison
As Himself (as Newscaster)
Peter MurnikPeter Murnik
As Lt. Martel
Ricky Dean LoganRicky Dean Logan
As The Freak
Vaughn ArmstrongVaughn Armstrong
As Lt. Coleman
Corbin BernsenCorbin Bernsen
As Himself
Debi A. MonahanDebi A. Monahan
As Chelsea
Dyana OrtelliDyana Ortelli
As Chambermaid (Lupe)
Fred SavageFred Savage
As Himself
George WendtGeorge Wendt
As Himself
Manfred MelcherManfred Melcher
As Officer
Michael Gerard (1)Michael Gerard (1)
As Receptionist
Main Cast
Jerry SeinfeldJerry Seinfeld
As Jerry Seinfeld
Michael RichardsMichael Richards
As Cosmo Kramer
Jason AlexanderJason Alexander
As George Louis Costanza
Episode Quotes
George: Kramer was on Murphy Brown?
Jerry: Yeah.
George: Are you sure?
Jerry: Yeah.
George: Murphy Brown, the TV show.
Jerry: C'mon, will ya?
George: Kramer was on Murphy Brown? That son of a gun!
Jerry: Something, isn't it?
George: With Candace Bergen!
Jerry: I know!
George: I've always liked her. Remember her in 'Carnal Knowledge'?
Jerry: Sure.
George: Did she show her breasts in that?
Jerry: She's not really the naked type.

(Leaving "The Tonight Show" set)

Jerry: I was terrible.
George: What are you, crazy? You were fine.
Jerry: Nah, did you hear the end? I couldn't remember what I was trying to say, that whole thing about the, uh...
George: Conveyor belt.
Jerry: Yeah. Because she threw out my napkin.
George: I can't believe, you're blaming Lupe?
Jerry: Yes, Lupe. I'm blaming Lupe.

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