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The Limo (Seinfeld)

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The Limo (Seinfeld)

"The Limo"
Seinfeld episode
Episode no. Season 3
Episode 19
Directed by Tom Cherones
Teleplay by Larry Charles
Story by Marc Jaffe
Production code 318
Original air date February 26, 1992
Guest actors

"The Limo" is the 18th episode of the third season of the American sitcom Seinfeld (The 36th episode overall). It aired on February 26, 1992.


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After the call, Jerry and George learn that two of the people the passes were intended for are still coming. The chauffeur stops and a man, Tim (

George reads O'Brien's speech and finds to his and Jerry's dismay that it is full of remarks expounding Paramount, adjacent to MSG, to deliver the speech at a rally. He is an outspoken Neo-Nazi, admirer of Adolf Hitler, and passionate fascist to the extent of denouncement from David Duke. Crowd control officers have lined up several barricades to keep away hordes of protesters.

On the street, Kramer and Elaine run into her friend Dan and his friends, who tell them they are going to the Nazi rally to protest O'Brien. He then mentions no one knows what O'Brien looks like. As George explains to Jerry that he is attracted to Eva, they plan to have the limo drive back to the

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