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Seinfeld: The Bottle Deposit (2)

George's boss is impressed by George's work on the project. Jerry has a detective try to find his car, but the detective doesn't come up with anything. On their way to Michigan, Kramer and Newman see Jerry's car in Ohio and Kramer pursues the car. But in the pursuit, Kramer throws all of the cans and bottles, then Newman out of the mail truck to go faster. The mechanic throws the golf clubs at Kramer to try to lose him. Elaine delivers the mangled clubs to Peterman, who thinks that JFK had a bad temper.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 7x22
Production Number: 722
Airdate: Thursday May 02nd, 1996

Guest Stars
Bonnie McNeilBonnie McNeil
As Woman
Brad GarrettBrad Garrett
As Tony
John OJohn O'Hurley
As J. Peterman
Mary Jo KeenenMary Jo Keenen
As Deena
Rance HowardRance Howard
As Farmer
Richard HerdRichard Herd
As Wilhelm
Sandy WardSandy Ward
As Pop
Wayne KnightWayne Knight
As Newman
Dan ODan O'Connor (2)
As Young Cop
Karen Lynn ScottKaren Lynn Scott
As Farmer's Daughter
Nicholas MeleNicholas Mele
As Detective

Larry DavidLarry David
voiced George Steinbrenner
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
George Steinbrenner: Let me tell you, you've got some bats in the belfry! Now this is Hank and Herb. They're going to take you to a nice place. They're nice people . . .
George: -- Mr. Steinbrenner!!

Kramer: We lost the fat man and we're running lean!!

J. Peterman: Elaine . . . I never knew Kennedy had such temper!
Elaine: Oh yeah . . . the only thing worse was his slice . . .

Tony: (to Jerry) Your name may be on the registration, but this car is running on my sweat and my blood!!

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