Olympic Moments & Facts

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Olympic Moments & Facts (pre-season 4)

original airdate: summer 1992

In the lead-up to NBC’s coverage of the Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, NBC shot a series of “Olympic Moments & Facts” starring Jerry, George and Kramer, airing in the summer of 1992 as a precursor to both the Games and the Season 4 premiere, “The Trip.”

FEATURED LOCATIONS

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry introduces a series of “Olympic Facts” from the desk in his apartment.

Monk’s Café
Jerry has a number of “Olympic Moments” at the coffee shop with George and Kramer.

Palau Blaugrana
Carrer d’Aristides Maillol 12, Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
In an “Olympic Moment,” George mentions how he loves watching the judo finals, especially when they break the bricks…which Jerry corrects him is actually karate. After arguing over various combat sports, George challenges Jerry to explain Taekwondo, which Jerry describes as “the Judo, but with the spicy prawns. Judo and Taekwondo at the 1992 Olympics were held here.

Barcelona, SPAIN (map)
Presenting an “Olympic Fact,” Jerry notes how the pronunciation of Barcelona is said with a slight lisp, due to the King of Spain pronouncing it this way, and his subjects simply repeating it for fear of reprisal.

Camp de Tir Olímpic de Mollet
Mollet del Vallès, SPAIN
(map)
In an “Olympic Moment,” George brings up target shooting to Kramer, noting how “that’s a dull one.” Shooting at the 1992 Olympics was held here.

O.K. Corral – Tombstone Historic District
326 E. Allen St., Tombstone, ARIZONA
(map)
In an “Olympic Moment,” Kramer claims that target shooting should just be like a shootout at the O.K. Corral – only one winner, no silver or bronze medalists.

La Vila Olímpica del Poblenou
Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
In an “Olympic Moment,” Kramer claims that target shooting should be a free-for-all shootout in the Olympic Village. The athletes’ village at the 1992 Olympics was here.

Port Olímpic
Edificio Capitanía, Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
In an “Olympic Moment,” George argues that yachting at the Olympics is uninteresting, as he finds it too easy to cheat (“stick a small motor under the hull, they never check!”). Sailing at the 1992 Olympics was held here.

Modern Pentathlon sites
Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
In an “Olympic Moment,” Jerry and George compare the Modern Pentathlon to the ancient Pentathlon, which supposedly included events such as “the Caligula Head Toss” and “Run Till You’re Dead.” The Modern Pentathlon, which is made up of fencing, swimming, shooting, running and equestrian, was held at the following locations in Barcelona:
– fencing: Palau de la Metal-lúrgia (map)
– swimming: Piscines Bernat Picornell (map)
– shooting: Camp de Tir Olímpic de Mollet (map)
– running: Circuit de Cros
– equestrian: Real Club de Polo de Barcelona (map)

Piscina Municipal de Montjuïc
Avinguda de Miramar 31, Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
In an “Olympic Moment,” Jerry and George discuss the diving finals, where George claims there is “no action.” Diving at the 1992 Olympics was held here.

Jamsil Indoor Swimming Pool
10 Jamsil-dong, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
(map)
In an “Olympic Moment,” Jerry discusses the excitement of Greg Louganis’ gold-medal, concussion-inducing diving performance at the 1988 Olympics, which he brands as “the Louganis half-gainer no-brainer.”

Marathon, GREECE (map)
Presenting an “Olympic Fact,” Jerry notes how the modern marathon was formulated at 26.2 miles, after the legend of Pheidippides running from Marathon to Sparta to deliver a message regarding a victory over the Persians in battle, before collapsing and dying.

Sparta, GREECE (map)
Presenting an “Olympic Fact,” Jerry notes how Pheidippides had to run 26.2 grueling miles to Sparta, while if he had only run to “Sprint, a mere 100 metres away, Pheidippides would be alive today.”

Palau Saint Jordi
Passeig Olímpic 5-7, Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
In an “Olympic Moment,” Kramer demonstrates the iron cross hold on the Rings to Jerry and George at the coffee shop, noting how it is “the most graceful thing I’ve ever seen,” before ungracefully dismounting and falling over a number of tables. Gymnastics at the 1992 Olympics was held here.

Indiana

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STATE OF INDIANA

Nickname: The Hoosier State
Population: 6,732,219 (2019)
Capital: Indianapolis

FEATURED EPISODES

Lucas Oil Stadium
500 S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis, INDIANA
(map)
The Over-Cheer
George discovers he was uninvited from the Wasserstein’s Super Bowl party, after his “over-cheering” for the Giants in Super Bowl XLVI ruined the whole party (“It was the Giants! What was I supposed to do, I cheered!”). The Giants defeated the New England Patriots here 21-17 on February 5, 2012.

The Over-Cheer

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The Over-Cheer (season 3, episode 6)

written by Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld, directed by Larry David
original airdate: February 2, 2014

The halftime of Super Bowl XLVIII profiled “two regular New Yorkers” taking in the game in New York: Jerry Seinfeld, and his “best friend for almost every single day of the 1990s,” George Costanza, as part of his series “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.” Jerry takes George out in a 1976 AMC Pacer: “it doesn’t work, it looks ridiculous, and falls apart – which makes it the perfect car for Mr. George Costanza.”

FEATURED LOCATIONS

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry and George step out of the apartment for a quick coffee (the apartment, however, remains unseen), where George criticizes Jerry for not putting out his favorite curly chips (Jerry: “I’m sick of the curly chip!”).

Monk’s Café
Jerry and George go for a halftime cup of coffee (at the REAL New York location of Tom’s), where George discovers that Jerry invited George over for the game only because George’s prior “over-cheering” got them banned from a legitimate Super Bowl party. The Pacer later stalls outside the coffee shop, leaving them stranded in the snow.

New Jersey Turnpike, Exit 14
Newark, NEW JERSEY
(map)
Jerry is seen driving down the Turnpike in the rain into New York City, in his AMC Pacer, on his way to pick up George.

MetLife Stadium
1 MetLife Stadium Dr., East Rutherford, NEW JERSEY
(map)
When George comments how he can’t believe that the Super Bowl is in New York, Jerry angrily replies, saying “well, they gotta have it somewhere!” The Seattle Seahawks ended up defeating the Denver Broncos 43-8 at MetLife.

Lucky Strike Lanes
660 W. 42nd St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 42nd Street – Port Authority Bus Terminal (A,C,E)
Jerry and George pass by here on their way to the coffee shop, arguing over the Super Bowl.

Amigos Mexican Bar & Restaurant (NOW CLOSED)
2888 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 116th Street – Columbia University (1)
Jerry claims he wants to try a different place from the coffee shop, where they put cinnamon on tuna; “Is cinnamon ever bad? Cinnamon enhances everything!” However, they show up when the restaurant is closed for the game, and are forced to head to the coffee shop instead.

The Wasserstein’s
New York, NEW YORK

Jerry confesses to George that he was invited to the Wasserstein’s to watch the Super Bowl, but turned it down as George was shunned due to his behaviour two years earlier, partially for “over-cheering,” but in particular for “availing himself of the toilet in their master bedroom.” George later tells Jerry to leave for the second half, before he discovers Newman is a guest of the party.

Lucas Oil Stadium
500 S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis, INDIANA
(map)
George discovers he was uninvited from the Wasserstein’s Super Bowl party, after his “over-cheering” for the Giants in Super Bowl XLVI ruined the whole party (“It was the Giants! What was I supposed to do, I cheered!”). The Giants defeated the New England Patriots here 21-17 on February 5, 2012.

Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season Three

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SEASON THREE (WINTER 2014) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: Louis C.K.Patton OswaltJay LenoTodd BarryTina FeyGeorge CostanzaHoward Stern


Pier Sixty
Chelsea Piers, New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 23rd Street (C,E)
“Comedy, Sex And The Blue Numbers”
Jerry picks up comedian and “Louie” creator Louis C.K. in a 1959 Fiat 600 Jolly, where they park at the pier before heading out for coffee on Louis’ personal yacht.
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Handsome Coffee Roasters (now Blue Bottle Coffee)
582 Mateo St., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“How Would You Kill Superman?”
Jerry goes for a fancy, hipster-ish coffee with actor and comedian Patton Oswalt, who he picks up in a DeLorean DMC-12 (which breaks down), gets a ride downtown in a 2012 Honda Accord (via the Uber app), and takes home in a replacement DeLorean DMC-12 (which may or may not fly, a la “Back To The Future“).
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Jones Coffee Roasters
693 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Comedy Is A Concealed Weapon”
Jerry goes for coffee with comedian and “The Tonight Show” host Jay Leno, who he makes try his first ever cup of coffee after picking him up in a 1949 Porsche 356/2.
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Tom’s Coney Island
1229 Boardwalk W., Brooklyn, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: West 8th Street – New York Aquarium (F,Q)
“So You’re Mellow And Tense?”
Jerry goes for a cup of coffee with comedian Todd Barry on Coney Island, who he picks up in a 1966 MG MGB.

Nathan’s Famous
1310 Surf Ave., Brooklyn, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue (D,F,N,Q)
“So You’re Mellow And Tense?”
Jerry and Todd stop off for a hot dog following their first coffee, discussing the nuances of the Independence Day hot dog eating contest.

Everyman Espresso
136 E. 13th St., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 3rd Avenue (L)
“So You’re Mellow And Tense?”
Jerry and Todd try again for a good cup of joe back in the city, this time in the East Village.
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Floridita Restaurant & Bar (NOW CLOSED)
2276 Twelfth Ave., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 125th Street (1)
“Feces Are My Purview”
Jerry goes for coffee, and the mysterious “Wheat Puffs” shake, with “Saturday Night Live” alum and “30 Rock” creator Tina Fey, who he picks up in a 1967 Volvo 1800S.

Dominique Ansel Bakery
189 Spring St., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: Spring Street (C,E)
“Feces Are My Purview”
Jerry convinces Tina to head back downtown to try a legendary “Cronut,” as creator and baker Dominique Ansel personally put one aside just for them.

Pier Sixty
Chelsea Piers, New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 23rd Street (C,E)
“Feces Are My Purview”
Jerry and Tina pass the pier, where Tina tells Jerry about a project she and Louis C.K. worked on for Chris Rock, where Jerry is stunned that Louis told him the very story while at Pier Sixty while filming his episode, “Comedy, Sex And The Blue Numbers.”
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For a full profile of the Super Bowl XLVIII episode “The Over-Cheer,” starring George Costanza, click HERE.
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Bel Aire Diner
31-91 21st St., Astoria, Queens, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: Broadway (N,Q)
“The Last Days Of Howard Stern”
Jerry goes for a reluctant meal with the self-proclaimed “King Of All Media,” shock radio legend Howard Stern, who he picks up in a 1969 Pontiac GTO called “The Judge.”

Associated Supermarket (now City Fresh Market)
2115 Broadway, Astoria, Queens, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: Broadway (N,Q)
“The Last Days Of Howard Stern”
Jerry and Howard stop in a nearby grocery store, where Jerry plays a rousing rendition of “What Does It Cost?,” hosted by Howard.
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Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season Two

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SEASON TWO (2013) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: Sarah SilvermanDavid LettermanGad ElmalehDon RicklesSeth MeyersChris Rock


Millie’s Cafe
3524 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“I’m Going To Change Your Life Forever”
Jerry goes for an awkward lunch with actor and black comic Sarah Silverman, who he picks up in a 1969 Jaguar E-Type Series 2.

K & C Donut (NOW CLOSED)
3500 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“I’m Going To Change Your Life Forever”
Following their lunch, Jerry and Sarah stop in for a few donuts to nibble on during their drive back.
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Stew Leonard’s
99 Federal Rd., Danbury, CONNECTICUT (map)
“I Like Kettlecorn”
Jerry demonstrates the practicality of his 1995 Volvo 960 by speeding around the parking lot with a trunk full of groceries, promptly spilling them everywhere (as he left the trunk open).

Ron Jon’s Pit Stop
58 Padanaram Rd., Danbury, CONNECTICUT (map)
“I Like Kettlecorn”
Jerry stops off for trendy “family car” decals for the back of David’s Volvo, except he asks for 2 men, which he finds out is not legal for marriage in the state of Connecticut.

The Green Granary
84 Railroad St., New Milford, CONNECTICUT (map)
“I Like Kettlecorn”
Jerry goes for coffee with comedian and long-time “Late Show” host David Letterman, who he picks up in Letterman’s own souped-up 1995 Volvo 960.

Taylor & Son True Value Hardware
85 Railroad St., New Milford, CONNECTICUT (map)
“I Like Kettlecorn”
Jerry and David venture into a nearby hardware store, to see if it captures that “hardware store smell” they discussed previously.
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Pommes Frites (NOW CLOSED)
123 2nd Ave., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: Astor Place (6)
“No Lipsticks For Nuns”
Jerry picks up French comedian (“the French Jerry Seinfeld”) Gad Elmaleh in a 1950 Citroën 2CV, first stopping off for fries in his French excursion of New York City. The property was destroyed in an explosion in 2015, but has since reopened at 128 Macdougal St.

Balthazar
80 Spring St., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: Spring Street (6)
“No Lipsticks For Nuns”
Jerry quickly stops off here, leaving Gad in the car to buy the quintessential French cuisine…baguettes.

French Roast
2340 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 86th Street (1)
“No Lipsticks For Nuns”
Jerry and Gad stop off for French coffee and French cuisine on the Upper West Side.

Baked By Melissa
2325 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 86th Street (1)
“No Lipsticks For Nuns”
Jerry goes for a mini-cupcake here, relishing at the fact that the cupcakes cost $2 even, no change required.
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Factor’s Famous Deli
9420 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“You’ll Never Play The Copa”
Jerry goes for coffee with the godfather of insult comedy, “Mr. Warmth” Don Rickles, who he picks up in a 1958 Cadillac Eldorado.
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Roebling Tea Room (NOW CLOSED)
143 Roebling St., Brooklyn, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: Bedford Avenue (L)
“Really?”
Jerry shares a cup of coffee with “Saturday Night Live” and “Late Night” writer and host Seth Meyers, who he picks up in a 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS.
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Allendale Eats! (NOW CLOSED)
101 W. Allendale Ave., Allendale, NEW JERSEY (map)
“Kids Need Bullying”
Jerry goes for a bite with actor and fellow comic Chris Rock, who he picks up in a 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400S.

Ramsey Lukoil
1065 Rte. 17 N., Ramsey, NEW JERSEY (map)
“Kids Need Bullying”
Jerry and Chris are famously pulled over by police outside of this gas station in Ramsey, leaving Season Two on a very unexpected cliffhanger for a simple web series about getting coffee in nice cars.
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Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season One

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SEASON ONE (2012) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: Larry DavidRicky GervaisBrian ReganAlec BaldwinJoel HodgsonBob EinsteinBarry MarderColin QuinnCarl ReinerMichael Richards


John O’Groats Grille & Pub
10516 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Larry Eats A Pancake”
Jerry stops in for coffee with “Seinfeld” co-creator Larry David, in a 1952 Volkswagen Beetle, where Jerry forces Larry to eat some of his pancakes.

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City Island Diner
304 City Island Ave., Bronx, NEW YORK (map)
“Mad Man In A Death Machine”
Jerry stops in for coffee and a bite with “The Office” creator Ricky Gervais, in a 1967 Austin-Healey 3000.
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Rae’s Restaurant
2901 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA (map)
“A Monkey And A Lava Lamp”
Jerry has coffee and lunch with comedian Brian Regan, who he picks up in a 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A.
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Champion Parking
201 W. 75th St., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 72nd Street (1,2,3)
“Just A Lazy Shiftless Bastard”
Jerry and Alec Baldwin park their 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL here, where Baldwin asks the parking attendant if they can just have coffee in the garage.

Fairway Market Café
2127 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 72nd Street (1,2,3)
“Just A Lazy Shiftless Bastard”
Jerry has lunch with acclaimed actor Alec Baldwin, who he picks up in a 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL.
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Skylark Fine Diner & Lounge
17 Wooding Ave., Edison, NEW JERSEY (map)
“A Taste Of Hell From On High”
Jerry has coffee with comedian and “Mystery Science Theater 3000” creator Joel Hodgson, who he picks up in a 1963 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia.
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Pinz Bowling Center
12655 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Unusable On The Internet”
Jerry picks up comic actor and “Super Dave Osborne” himself, Bob Einstein, in a 1970 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3, and stop off to watch some bowlers on the way to Jerry’s Famous Deli.

Jerry’s Famous Deli
12655 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Unusable On The Internet”
Jerry and Bob share a meal, post-bowling-watching, but leave unsatisfied with the deli selection.

Nate ‘n Al’s of Beverly Hills
414 North Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Unusable On The Internet”
Jerry and Bob go for their second meal, and are much more impressed with the sandwich options at Nate ‘n Al’s.
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Bendix Diner
Rte. 17 & Williams St., Hasbrouck Heights, NEW JERSEY (map)
“You Don’t Want To Offend A Cannibal”
Jerry grabs a bite with comedian and Ted L. Nancy creator Barry Marder, who he picks up in a 1966 Porsche 356 SC Cabriolet.
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Fort Defiance Café
365 Van Brunt St., Brooklyn, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: Smith – 9th Street (F,G)
“I Hear Downton Abbey Is Pretty Good…”
Jerry picks up comedian Colin Quinn in a 1976 Triumph TR6, where they meet up for coffee and food with fellow comic and Seinfeld nemesis “Maroon Golf,” Mario Joyner.
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Norm’s Restaurant
470 La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“I Want Sandwiches, I Want Chicken”
Jerry shares a meal with comedy writing legend Carl Reiner, who he picks up in a 1960 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II, before reconvening with Reiner (and fellow comedy icon Mel Brooks) later for dinner.
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Jay Mohr’s / “Sugar Ray Leonard’s” house
El Medio Ave., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“It’s Bubbly Time, Jerry”
Michael Richards makes Jerry take an unexpected detour in their 1962 Volkswagen Bus, as Michael claims he wants to visit Sugar Ray Leonard at his home. However, when knocking at the door, they discover it is actually Jay Mohr’s house, and quickly leave.

The Malibu Kitchen
3900 Cross Creek Rd., Malibu, CALIFORNIA (map)
“It’s Bubbly Time, Jerry”
Jerry picks up his “Seinfeld” costar, comic acting legend Michael Richards, in a revamped 1962 Volkswagen Bus, for coffee and lunch in Malibu.
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The Astonishing Travels Of Seinfeld!

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Ever ponder who in the gang has logged the most miles throughout the history of Seinfeld? No? Well, ponder no more my friends – we here at Maps About Nothing have not-so-painstakingly done the math for you! We’ve calculated all of Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer’s travels over nine seasons around the world, to see who the true globetrotter of the gang is! A few notes about the math:
– all locations were calculated with the starting point of New York City (obviously), using Distance.to
– only locations beyond the New York City or Long Island limits were included in calculations
– visits mentioned as only being to states/countries were calculated as travel distance to the capital city of the respective location (i.e. a visit to Cuba is calculated to the distance to Havana, Cuba)
– locations in italics imply that they were visited before the events of the first episode

JERRY
Mumbai, India, via Sarajevo, Bosnia (“The Betrayal“) → 16,066 miles
Tuscany, Italy (“The Maestro“) → 8,334 miles
Los Angeles, California (“The Trip“) → 4,896 miles
Pines Of Mar Gables, Florida x2 (“The Money“) → 4,208 miles
Puerto Rico (“The Implant“) → 3,218 miles
Dallas, Texas (“The Mom And Pop Store“) → 2,740 miles
Miami, Florida (“The Label Maker“) → 2,186 miles
Pines Of Mar Gables, Florida (“The Pen“) → 2,104 miles
Pines Of Mar Gables, Florida (“The Cadillac“) → 2,104 miles
Del Boca Vista, Florida (“The English Patient“) → 2,104 miles
Del Boca Vista, Florida (“The Wizard“) → 2,104 miles
Minneapolis, Minnesota (“The Robbery“) → 2,034 miles
Memphis, Tennessee (“The Doll“) → 1,908 miles
Alabama (“The Maid“) → 1,786 miles
St. Louis, Missouri (“The Airport“) → 1,748 miles
Chicago, Illinois (“The Parking Garage“) → 1,426 miles
Chicago, Illinois (“The Dog“) → 1,426 miles
Chicago, Illinois (“The Limo“) → 1,426 miles
Lansing, Michigan (“The Seinfeld Chronicles“) → 1,124 miles
Buffalo, New York (“The Baby Shower“) → 586 miles
Williamsburg, Virginia (“The Pitch / Ticket“) → 558 miles
Vermont (“The Stock Tip“) → 512 miles
Latham, Massachusetts (“The Finale“) → 380 miles
Ithaca, New York (“The Diplomat’s Club“) → 352 miles
Thompson, Pennsylvania (“The Cadillac“) → 248 miles
Atlantic City, New Jersey (“The Chaperone“) → 192 miles
Catskill Mountains, New York (“The Glasses“) → 192 miles
Wappingers Falls, New York (“The Bubble Boy“) → 122 miles
Parsippany, New Jersey (“The Mom And Pop Store“) → 48 miles
Hartsdale, New York (“The Strongbox“) → 48 miles
Elizabeth, New Jersey (“The Parking Garage“) → 22 miles

TOTAL MILES TRAVELED → 66,192 miles

ELAINE
Yangon, Myanmar (“The Chicken Roaster“) → 16,836 miles
Hong Kong, China (“The Bookstore“) → 16,090 miles
Mumbai, India, via Sarajevo, Bosnia (“The Betrayal“) → 16,066 miles
Oslo, Norway via Rome, Italy (“The Butter Shave“) → 9,856 miles
European trip (London, Paris, Rome) (“The Pitch / Ticket“) → 8,732 miles
Tuscany, Italy (“The Maestro“) → 8,334 miles
England, United Kingdom (“The Soup“) → 6,930 miles
Mexico (“The Foundation“) → 4,180 miles
Puerto Rico (“The Implant“) → 3,218 miles
Cuba (“The English Patient“) → 2,620 miles
Pines Of Mar Gables, Florida (“The Pen“) → 2,104 miles
St. Louis, Missouri (“The Airport“) → 1,748 miles
Chicago, Illinois (“The Invitations“) → 1,426 miles
Rochester, New York (“The Deal“) → 502 miles
Medford, Massachusetts (“The Puerto Rican Day“) → 382 miles
Latham, Massachusetts (“The Finale“) → 380 miles
Towson, Maryland (“The Letter“) → 330 miles
Thompson, Pennsylvania (“The Pilot“) → 248 miles
Reading, Pennsylvania (“The Blood“) → 208 miles
Monticello, New York (“The Engagement“) → 162 miles
Wappingers Falls, New York (“The Bubble Boy“) → 122 miles
Westchester, New York (“The Parking Space“) → 60 miles
Elizabeth, New Jersey (“The Parking Garage“) → 22 miles
East Rutherford, New Jersey (“The Masseuse“) → 20 miles

TOTAL MILES TRAVELED → 100,576 miles

GEORGE
Mumbai, India, via Sarajevo, Bosnia (“The Betrayal“) → 16,066 miles
Paris, France (“The Raincoats“) → 7,262 miles
Los Angeles, California (“The Trip“) → 4,896 miles
Havana, Cuba (“The Race“) → 2,620 miles
Michigan (“The Merv Griffin Show“) → 1,124 miles
Detroit, Michigan (“The Implant“) → 962 miles
Akron, Ohio (“The Comeback“) → 788 miles
Boston, Massachusetts (“The Chinese Restaurant“) → 380 miles
Latham, Massachusetts (“The Finale“) → 380 miles
Atlantic City, New Jersey (“The Chaperone“) → 192 miles
Catskill Mountains, New York (“The Glasses“) → 192 miles
Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania (“The Apartment“) → 144 miles
Wappingers Falls, New York (“The Bubble Boy“) → 122 miles
Westchester, New York (“The Parking Space“) → 60 miles
Elizabeth, New Jersey (“The Parking Garage“) → 22 miles

TOTAL MILES TRAVELED → 35,200 miles

KRAMER
Tuscany, Italy (“The Maestro“) → 8,334 miles
Sweden (“The Letter“) → 7,862 miles
Los Angeles, California (“The Keys“) → 4,896 miles
El Paso, Texas (“The Merv Griffin Show“) → 3,804 miles
Cayman Islands (“The Suicide“) → 3,090 miles
Del Boca Vista, Florida (“The Wizard“) → 2,104 miles
Florida (“The Visa“) → 1,830 miles
Ohio (“The Bottle Deposit“) → 954 miles
Latham, Massachusetts (“The Finale“) → 380 miles
Atlantic City, New Jersey (“The Chaperone“) → 192 miles
Monticello, New York (“The Engagement“) → 162 miles
Westchester, New York (“The Bubble Boy“) → 60 miles
Parsippany, New Jersey (“The Mom And Pop Store“) → 48 miles
Hartsdale, New York (“The Strongbox“) → 48 miles
New Rochelle, New York (“The Dealership“) → 36 miles
Elizabeth, New Jersey (“The Parking Garage“) → 22 miles
East Rutherford, New Jersey (“The Masseuse“) → 20 miles

TOTAL MILES TRAVELED → 33,842 miles

YOUR WINNER – Elaine Marie Benes!
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Seinfeld Super Terrific Happy Hour Trivia!

Behold, the standings for Seinfeld Super Terrific Happy Hour Trivia! Be sure to follow us on our Facebook page for updates and info about upcoming trivia nights, and how you can become the next Sacamano Cup champion!


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DEC. 8, 2016 – PART XVI: HOW ABOUT ANOTHER FESTIVUS FOR THE REST OF US?!?

Sacamano Cup Winner: Your Face Is My Case (2x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. Your Face Is My Case – 24 pts.
  2. The Low Talkers – 23 pts.
  3. Tyler Chicken Moonlighters – 22 pts.
  4. The Spongeworthy – 21.5 pts.
  5. The Sniffing Accountants – 9.5 pts.
  6. Tobias Lehigh Nagy – 6 pts.

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AUG. 18, 2016 – PART XV: THE SUMMER OF GEORGE!

Special Categories: Summer Olympics
Sacamano Cup Winner: The Bookmen (3x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. The Bookmen – 48 pts.
  2. Jon Voight’s Car – 42 pts.
  3. These Guys Are Bonkos! – 40 pts.
  4. The Spongeworthy – 39.5 pts.
  5. The Anguished Cry Of Pig Man Cries For Help – 39 pts.
  6. Billy Mumphrey – 38.5 pts.
  7. Serenity Now! – 38 pts.
  8. Bananas On The Side! – 34 pts.
  9. K-Uger – 32.5 pts.
  10. Whoops Sniffing Accountants – 20.5 pts.
  11. Sniffing Accountants. – 20 pts.
  12. Shaky Mohels – 20 pts.
  13. Smuckers, Rusty & Farfel – 10.5 pts.

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DEC. 16, 2015 – PART XIV: YET ANOTHER FESTIVUS FOR THE REST OF US!

Special Categories: Food & Drink
Sacamano Cup Winner: The Bookmen (2x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. The Bookmen – 29 pts.
  2. East River Swim Club – 26 pts. (won tiebreaker)
  3. Bananas On The Side! – 26 pts.
  4. Handsome Homeless – 24 pts.
  5. Can’t Standyas (a.k.a. Baked Bean Teeth) – 21 pts.
  6. Atomic Sub Captains – 19.5 pts.
  7. The Spongeworthy – 19 pts.
  8. I Had A Pony – 17 pts.
  9. Man Hands And  The Situational Comedies – 15 pts.
  10. Cosmo & Co. – 2 pts.

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JUL. 16, 2015 – PART XIII: FLAMING GLOBES OF SIGMUND!

Special Categories: Curb Your Enthusiasm
Sacamano Cup Winner: Famous Original Spongeworthy (6x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. Famous Original Spongeworthy – 42 pts.
  2. Jon Voight’s Car – 40 pts.
  3. Two Mendy’s – 36.5 pts.
  4. East River Swimming Club – 33 pts.
  5. Aunt Baby – 30.5 pts.
  6. Sven Jollies – 28 pts.
  7. Breathtaking Babies – 20 pts.
  8. The Cool Guys You Didn’t Know Lived In This Neighbourhood – 18 pts.

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APR. 23, 2015 – PART XII: OH, THE HUMANITY!

Special Categories: around the world
Sacamano Cup Winner: Bananas On The Side! (first-time champs)
Final Standings:

  1. Bananas On The Side! – 41 pts.
  2. East River Swimming Club – 38 pts.
  3. The Spongeworthy – 37 pts.
  4. My Wallet’s Gone! – 34 pts.
  5. Major Players Of “The Big Game” – 32 pts.
  6. Son Of Dad – 29 pts.
  7. Team Improv – 16 pts.
  8. Farfel & The Moops – 13 pts.
  9. Shaky Mohels – 12 pts.
  10. Space Pirates – 0 pts.

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FEB. 12, 2015 – PART XI: BOUTROS…BOUTROS…GHALI!

Special Categories: boyfriends/girlfriends, movies
Sacamano Cup Winner: East River Swimming Club (first-time champs)
Final Standings:

  1. East River Swimming Club – 40 pts.
  2. The Spongeworthy – 38 pts.
  3. Happy Pappy – 36 pts.
  4. K-Uger – 35 pts.
  5. Is It February Or Feb-You-Ary… – 30 pts.
  6. No Bagel No Bagel No Bagel – 28 pts.
  7. Changsteins – 26 pts.
  8. Marble Ryes – 24 pts.
  9. Uromisotisis – 21 pts.
  10. Kenny Roasters – 19 pts.

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DEC. 2, 2014 – PART X: ANOTHER FESTIVUS FOR THE REST OF US!

Special Categories: songs
Sacamano Cup Winner: Jon Voight’s Car (5x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. Jon Voight’s Car – 31 pts.
  2. The Children’s Alliance – 29 pts.
  3. Lemon Tree – 26 pts. (won tiebreaker)
  4. Friends O’ Clyde – 26 pts.
  5. The Spongeworthy – 24 pts.
  6. Scandals & Animals – 24 pts.
  7. Son Of Dad – 22 pts.
  8. Vegetable Lasagna – 18 pts.
  9. I Had A Pony – 16 pts.
  10. Bovary – 15 pts.

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AUG. 28, 2014 – PART IX: SODA! IT’S BUBBLY! IT’S REFRESHING!

Special Categories: Newman, celebrities
Sacamano Cup Winner: The Spongeworthy (5x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. The Spongeworthy– 45 pts.
  2. Jon Voight’s Car – 42 pts.
  3. Male Mammals, Approximately 30-60 Years Of Age, Weight…Indeterminate – 35 pts.
  4. Nurse Paloma – 28 pts.
  5. I Had A Pony – 23 pts.
  6. Able Mentally Challenged Adults – 10 pts.
  7. The Sidlers – 4 pts.

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JUN. 12, 2014 – PART VIII: HAPPY BIRTHDAY? NO SUCH THING…

Special Categories: Mr. Pitt, talk shows
Sacamano Cup Winner: Famous Original Spongeworthy (4x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. Famous Original Spongeworthy– 40.5 pts.
  2. The Team That Lost The Fat Man And Is Running Lean – 39.5 pts.
  3. Tippy Toe – 36 pts.
  4. Billy Mumphrey’s Unbridled Enthusiasm – 35 pts.
  5. Aunt Baby – 31.5 pts.
  6. The Magic Loogies – 29 pts.
  7. Son Of Dad – 24.5 pts.
  8. Three Guys Chewing Gum – 24 pts.
  9. I Had A Pony – 17 pts.
  10. No Soup For You – 0 pts.

817 - English Patient

APR. 10, 2014 – PART VII: SCANDALS & ANIMALS

Special Categories: Morty & Helen Seinfeld, religion
Sacamano Cup Winner: John Voight’s Car (4x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. John Voight’s Car– 36.33 pts.
  2. Jerry, It’s Frank Costanza, Steinbrenner’s Here, George Is Dead, Call Me Back – 33.5 pts.
  3. The Rrrrribbon Bullies – 33 pts.
  4. My Wallet’s Gone! My Wallet’s Gone! – 29 pts.
  5. MA-Newer – 27.75 pts.
  6. Son Of Dad – 25.33 pts.

904 - Blood

FEB. 13, 2014 – PART VI: TUB IS LOVE

Special Categories: David Puddy, dating & relationships
Sacamano Cup Winner: John Voight’s Car (3x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. John Voight’s Car– 47 pts.
  2. Good Night Jugdish – 40 pts.
  3. Vorstein (formerly The Panties Your Mother Laid Out For You) – 39 pts.
  4. Scandals & Animals– 39 pts.
  5. Manya’s Pony – 37 pts.
  6. Jerry, It’s Frank Costanza, Steinbrenner’s Here, George Is Dead, Call Me Back – 35 pts.
  7. My Name Is Magnus! – 26.5 pts.
  8. Neon Dean’s – 24 pts.
  9. Mr. & Mrs. Seinfeld, Party of 2 – 20.5 pts.
  10. Del Boca Vista, Phase II – 16 pts.
  11. Del Boca Vista – 11 pts.

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DEC. 19, 2013 – PART V: A FESTIVUS FOR THE REST OF US!

Special Categories: Susan Ross, Festivus/holidays
Sacamano Cup Winner: John Voight’s Car (2x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. John Voight’s Car– 37 pts.
  2. Assistants To The Travelling Secretary – 34 pts.
  3. Once, Twice…OH THE HUMANITY! – 30 pts.
  4. The Panties Your Mother Laid Out For You– 29 pts.
  5. Aunt Baby – 27 pts.
  6. The Braless Wonders – 26 pts.
  7. The Van Buren Boys – 25 pts.
  8. Sue Ellen & The Bubble Boys – 10 pts.

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OCT. 30, 2013 – PART IV: THE GHOST OF AUNT BABY

Special Categories: Uncle Leo, travels
Sacamano Cup Winner: The Panties Your Mother Laid Out For You (3x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. The Panties Your Mother Laid Out For You (formerly The Spongeworthy)– 37 pts.
  2. Tippy Toe– 28 pts.
  3. The Braless Wonders – 26 pts.
  4. Sack Lunch – 20 pts.
  5. Police Benevolent Association Orchestra – 20 pts.
  6. Aunt Baby – 20 pts.
  7. Smog Stranglers – 16.5 pts.
  8. Mandelbaums – 15 pts.
  9. Next Stop Pottersville – 12.5 pts.
  10. Not That There’s Anything Wrong With It – 5 pts.

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SEP. 19, 2013 – PART III: LOMEZ’S REVENGE!

Special Categories: Frank & Estelle Costanza, aliases/nicknames
Sacamano Cup Winner: John Voight’s Car (first-time champs)
Final Standings:

  1. John Voight’s Car– 43.5 pts.
  2. The Spongeworthy– 40.5 pts.
  3. The Frasiers – 40 pts.
  4. The Van Buren Boys – 38 pts.
  5. The Simon, Bennett, Robbins, Oppenheim & Tafts – 31 pts.
  6. Seven – 29.5 pts.
  7. Top Of The Muffin To You! – 28 pts.
  8. Mike And Graham: An Erotic Journey From Dufferin To Pape – 20 pts.
  9. Mandelbaums – 19.5 pts.

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JUL. 18, 2013 – PART II

Special Categories: Mr. Peterman, baseball
Featured Episode: The Switch
Sacamano Cup Winner: The Spongeworthy (2x champs)
Final Standings:

  1. The Spongeworthy– 36 pts.
  2. The Van Buren Boys – 34.5 pts.
  3. Plaza Cable Table – 32.5 pts.
  4. Aunt Baby – 27 pts.
  5. The Human Fund – 26.5 pts.
  6. Jugdish – 18 pts.
  7. The Jerk Store – 16 pts.
  8. Mulva! – 13 pts.
  9. Mandelbaums – 11 pts.

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JUN. 12, 2013 – THE BEGINNING

Special Categories: Newman, world leaders
Featured Episode: The Sniffing Accountant
Sacamano Cup Winner: The Spongeworthy (inaugural champs)
Final Standings:

  1. The Spongeworthy– 43 pts.
  2. The Human Fund – 36 pts.
  3. Snapple? – 35 pts.
  4. The Van B. Boys – 34 pts.
  5. 8-Ball – 33 pts.
  6. The Juilliard Trained Dermatologists – 30 pts.
  7. The Moops – 23 pts.
  8. Penny Packers – 21 pts.
  9. The Mackinaw Peaches – 19 pts.

A Song Of Ice And Yada

We’ve already gotten a glimpse into what Game Of Thrones would be like in the sitcom-verse of Seinfeld. But what if the characters of Seinfeld had fly their own banners of their houses, to survive the bloody world of Game Of Thrones?

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Croatia

🇭🇷 CROATIA

Location: Europe
Languages: Croatian
Population: 4,047,200 (2020)
Capital: Zagreb

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Jerry points out the stunning woman on the court, who George mistakes for “the Croat.” The match they are watching was between Mary Pierce of France and Natalia Baudone of Italy, but their section did include a Croatian competitor, Nadin Ercegović.