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Seinfeld: The Handicap Spot

George parks his father's car in a handicap parking spot while he tries to find an engagement present for "the Drake." A handicap woman gets injured because of George's parking, so feeling guilty, George and Kramer visit her in the hospital. Kramer falls in love with the woman and buys her a new wheelchair, which does more harm than good. George's father gets arrested for parking in the handicap space and George becomes his butler to make up for it.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x22
Production Number: 420
Airdate: Thursday May 13th, 1993

Director: Tom Cherones
Writer: Larry David

Guest Stars
David BlackwoodDavid Blackwood
As Security Guard
Donna EvansDonna Evans
As Lula
Elizabeth DennehyElizabeth Dennehy
As Allison
Estelle HarrisEstelle Harris
As Estelle Costanza
Jerry StillerJerry Stiller
As Frank Costanza
Martin BravermanMartin Braverman
As Cop
Rick OvertonRick Overton
As The Drake
Eric FleeksEric Fleeks
As Kicker
Fritzi BurrFritzi Burr
As Maj-Jongg Lady #1
Ina ParkerIna Parker
As Maj-Jongg Lady #3
Kathy KinneyKathy Kinney
As Angry Woman
Nancy LenehanNancy Lenehan
As Volunteer
Norma JanisNorma Janis
As Maj-Jongg Lady #2
Main Cast
Jerry SeinfeldJerry Seinfeld
As Jerry Seinfeld
Julia Louis-DreyfusJulia Louis-Dreyfus
As Elaine Marie Benes
Michael RichardsMichael Richards
As Cosmo Kramer
Jason AlexanderJason Alexander
As George Louis Costanza
Episode Quotes
Jerry's Monologue: I have a friend who is about to get married, they're having the bachelor party and the bridal shower on the same day... So it's conceivable that while she's getting the lingerie, he'd be at a nude bar watching a table dancer wearing the same outfit. That is possible. But to me, the difference between being single and being married, is the form of government. You see, when you're single, you are the dictator of your own life. I have complete power. I can give the order to fall asleep on the sofa with the TV on in the middle of the day, no-one can overrule me! When you're married, you're part of a vast decision-making body. Before anything gets done there are meetings. Committees have to study the situation. And this is if the marriage works. That's what's so painful about divorce: you get impeached and you're not even the president!

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