The Limo

318 - Limo

The Limo (season 3, episode 19)

written by Larry Charles and Marc Jaffe, directed by Tom Cherones
original airdate: February 26, 1992

Jerry and George hop into a limo that was unaccounted for at the airport. They’re thrilled to learn that they’re headed for Madison Square Garden and invite Kramer and Elaine to join them. The gang fears for their lives when Neo-Nazis hop in the limo and they discover their true destination.


Jerry’s Apartment and Monk’s Café are not featured in this episode.

The Improv

John F. Kennedy International Airport
Jamaica, Queens, NEW YORK
nearest subway: Howard Beach – JFK Airport (A)
Jerry flies “Atlantic Northern” from Chicago to Kennedy. The episode reveals that the airport George picks up Jerry from is Kennedy, as the Belt Parkway leads directly into JFK.

Belt Parkway
Queens, NEW YORK
George’s car breaks down on the Belt en route to Kennedy airport.

Chicago, ILLINOIS (map)
Jerry comes to the airport from Chicago, where he saw that an irate O’Brien was kicked off an overbooked flight.

Madison Square Garden
4 Pennsylvania Pl., New York, NEW YORK
nearest subway: 34th Street – Penn Station (1,2,3)
Jerry mentions to George how the real O’Brien was screaming how he had to get to the Garden. Once they are in the limo, Jerry and George assume they are headed to see the Knicks vs. Bulls game, but are proven very wrong.

Grand Central Parkway
Queens, NEW YORK
George’s questions the limo driver as to why they are pulling off the Grand Central, when its revealed that Jerry and George will not be the only passengers in the limo.

Paramount Theater (now The Theater At Madison Square Garden)
4 Pennsylvania Pl., New York, NEW YORK
nearest subway: 34th Street – Penn Station (1,2,3)
The actual destination of O’Brien’s limo, where he is set to make a speech at a Neo-Nazi rally. Elaine’s friend Dan takes part in the rally that nearly flips the limo over, with the gang inside. George has to declare on live television that “I am not O’Brien!”

Dublin, IRELAND (map)
Jerry claims that he, as Dylan Murphy, is from Dublin, and that he emigrated to America due to a cereal famine. When his accent is deciphered by Tim as being more Scottish, Jerry claims “they were right on the border” (although Ireland and Scotland are divided by the Irish Sea and the North Channel).


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