George’s Apartment #2

George's Apartment 2

GEORGE’S APARTMENT #2
W. 86th St., NEW YORK, NEW YORK (map)

George’s apartment from the end of Season Five (once he begins working for the New York Yankees) until the end of the series, which he shares with his fiancé Susan during Season Seven. Although George says the apartment is on 86th St., multiple episodes feature an establishing shot of the awning 114 W. 16th St. as George’s apartment (70 blocks south of his supposed location), while others feature the exterior of George’s first apartment at 321 W. 90th St.; both exteriors were once even shown in the same episode!

FEATURED EPISODES

The Opposite
George reveals thanks to his new job, he’s going to buy an apartment on W. 86th St. he’s been looking at and move out of his parents’ house.

The Couch
George tries reading “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” for his book club, but ends up reading the sports section, watching TV and reading “Cracked” magazine instead.

The Doorman
George and Kramer discover Frank has breasts (“these were real hooters!”), leading to the creation of the “Bro” / “Man-siere,” and George catching Kramer and Frank cha-chaing in his apartment, bra and all.

The Fusilli Jerry
George finally masters “the move” on Nancy…but only by using crib notes. George on his “cheating”: “you know its not the SATs!”

The Engagement
George dumps Alice for beating him at a game of chess.

The Postponement
Susan breaks down when George first wants to postpone the wedding, but George later breaks down and Susan accepts: “No, no, still marry, still marry! Still love, still love!”

The Secret Code
Susan grills George for his secret ATM code, later mocking him when she discovers it’s “Bosco.”

The Pool Guy
George’s “worlds collide” when Elaine invites Susan to a museum, wanting to be girlfriends with her separate from the gang.

The Sponge
George fails to “beat the clock,” as he is unable to open a condom wrapper in order to have make-up sex with Susan in absence of the sponge. An incorrect establishing shot in the episode shows the outside awning of George’s first apartment on W. 90th St.

The Cadillac
George dreams of living with Marisa Tomei in his apartment, before they meet, she discovers he’s married, and punches him in the face. George is once again punched out, this time by Susan, for seeing another woman and lying about the Art Vandelay importing / exporting story.

The Doll
Susan moves in her doll collection, including one that looks shockingly like Estelle.

The Friars Club
George invites Jerry and Hallie to dinner at their apartment, but Jerry refuses since he’s “soured” on Hallie. George: “you have to sweeten!”

The Wig Master
The “wig master,” Ethan, stays at George and Susan’s apartment for two weeks while in town with the Broadway production of “Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”

The Wait Out
After much soul-searching and thought about the wedding…Susan tells George that she’s decided she wants to go with the chicken.

The Invitations
George tries smoking to drive Susan away, after Susan kaiboshes Kramer and Elaine from the wedding party. George later tries getting Susan to sign a pre-nup to drive her away…but Susan simply laughs and signs, since she has more money. Susan eventually dies as a result of licking all the toxic wedding envelopes, after which George calls Marisa Tomei for a date, as Susan is now no longer a concern.

The Foundation
The Rosses find George eating a solid block of cheese in his underwear, celebrating his bachelor status, and tell him they are establishing the Susan Ross Foundation with George on the board of directors.

The Bizarro Jerry
George struggles to dress “properly” for Amanda, and later accidentally burns Gillian’s picture with his hairdryer, forcing him to resort to magazine cutouts of “Susan.”

The Checks
George hires the cleaners / religious cult Sunshine Carpet Cleaners to clean his carpets, and is offended when he is not “invited” to join them.

The Abstinence
George discovers his girlfriend Louise has mono (“nucleosis?”), and in turn becomes something of a genius when forced to abstain from sex.

The Little Jerry
Kurt visits George to solve his balding problem…and they are interrupted by Celia, who just decided to do the “break-out pop-in” with George. Kurt is later arrested at George’s apartment for aiding and abetting a fugitive, along with Celia, as the police think he is George, as they are both bald.

The Susie
Allison tries dumping George, who tries delaying the break-up until the ball. George uses his infamous Greatest American Hero “Believe It Or Not” answering machine voicemail to avoid her.

The English Patient
George rushes home from a free invitation to sleep with a beautiful woman, in the hopes he can be home to receive a call from his doppelganger who has been with said woman already.

The Muffin Tops
George “moves” into his place again to fool Mary Anne, who thinks he’s being ripped off on rent and that the place smells like the last tenant had monkeys.

The Summer Of George
George spends an extra-elongated “decompressing” period for the Summer of George, even buying a new recliner with a built-in fridge. He “decompresses” so far though, that his body is severely atrophied, and he needs to undergo physical therapy after falling down the stairs (thanks to the invitations).

The Junk Mail
George makes his weekly call to his parents, only to learn he’s being ignored by them.

The Merv Griffin Show
George ends up taking the squirrel he hit with his car home with him, sleeping on the couch while the squirrel gets his bed.

The Reverse Peephole
George accidentally has Joe Mayo’s massage chair delivered to him, but decides to keep it (and not tell the gang) after realizing how much it helps his back.

The Strongbox
George has difficulty dumping Maura, and later Loretta, who he ends up dating simultaneously, with both women knowing about the other.

The Finale
In a deleted scene, Jerry asks George in the cab back from NBC what he’ll be doing with his apartment now that they will be moving to California.

Florida

Florida

STATE OF FLORIDA

Nickname: The Sunshine State
Population: 21,477,737 (2019)
Capital: Tallahassee

FEATURED EPISODES

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Sarasota–Bradenton International Airport
6000 Airport Cir., Sarasota, FLORIDA
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The Pony Remark
Morty, upset he loses his Super Saver ticket due to Manya’s funeral, wants to try getting an army transport flight to a base in Sarasota. He later discovers the Army closed its Sarasota base, forcing him to pay full fare. Sarasota Army Airfield closed in 1947, and is now Sarasota–Bradenton International Airport.

Alice Wainwright Park
2845 Brickell Ave., Miami, FLORIDA
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The Pen
Morty instructs Jerry with directions to go scuba diving, saying to go along Biscayne Blvd. (US Route 1) from Interstate 95. I-95 intersects with Rt. 1 (or Brickell Ave.) in this part of Miami, near Alice Wainwright Park.

Sullivan’s (NOT REAL)
FLORIDA
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The Wallet
Helen defends the sofa with the giant metal bar, because they bought it from Sullivan’s, “a good store.”

FLORIDA (map)
The Visa
Kramer is at a New York Yankees Baseball Fantasy Camp in Florida, which is cut short after Kramer accidentally punches Mickey Mantle.

FLORIDA (map)
The Old Man
Jerry mentions Florida in his opening monologue, joking that Spring Break was started thousands of years ago, when life expectancy was only 30, and people would thus move to Florida in their late teenage years.

Miami, FLORIDA (map)
The Raincoats
Kramer says he wants to ensure he buys handcream that Helen brings him from Saks 5th Ave. the next time he is in New York, neglecting that Saks 5th Ave. is located on 5th Avenue in New York. There are two Saks locations in the Miami area, one at Dadeland Mall (7687 North Kendall Dr.) and Bal Harbour Shops (9700 Collins Ave.).

Miami, FLORIDA (map)
The Fire
Jerry mentions a show in Miami that he had was cancelled, likely due to the scathing Leonard Christian review (thanks to Toby’s heckling).

FLORIDA (map)
The Hamptons
To teach Jane and Rachel the basics of “shrinkage,” George wears an extra-tight t-shirt that says “My parents visited Florida and all I got was this lousy T-shirt.”

Joe Robbie Stadium (now Hard Rock Stadium)
347 Don Shula Dr., Miami Gardens, FLORIDA
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The Label Maker
Jerry tries to give away Super Bowl XXIX tickets (in “row F, in front of the Gs…hobnobbing with the Ds and Es!”) to George so he can be in the Drake’s wedding party. Jerry gives them to Tim Whatley, who gives one to Newman, later Elaine, and then back to Jerry. Whatley gives his other one to Newman, as “he’s in love” with Elaine. The San Francisco 49ers won Super Bowl XXIX, defeating the San Diego Chargers 49-26 on Jan. 29, 1995.

Royal Ambassador Hotel (now Dream Hotel South Beach)
1111 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FLORIDA
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The Label Maker
Tim gets this hotel for Elaine and himself during the Super Bowl…right “downtown”. Elaine requests 2 beds…”for 2 of us” to avoid sleeping with Tim.

Miami Beach, FLORIDA (map)
The Scofflaw
After seeing George with a toupee, Jerry tells him to “buy some white shoes, move down to Miami Beach, just get the whole thing over with.”

Walt Disney World
Lake Buena Vista, FLORIDA
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The Rye
Dennis mentions he’s taking his family to Disney World when he asks Kramer to drive his hansom cab for a week.

FLORIDA (map)
The Cadillac
Jerry mentions Florida in his opening monologue, noting that the state flag of Florida should just be a steering wheel with a hat and two knuckles on it, and the state motto is “drive slow, sit low.”

Boca Raton, FLORIDA (map)
The Cadillac
Morty says if he’s impeached as condo president, that he and Helen would have to move to Boca.

Scott’s Restaurant (NOT REAL)
FLORIDA
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The Cadillac
Where the Seinfelds go for dinner at 6 P.M., skipping the early bird, adding fuel to the fire of Morty’s alleged embezzling amongst the Del Boca Vista community.

FLORIDA (map)
The Doll
Frank tells George he wants to convert his old bedroom into a billiards parlor, since he is no longer moving to Florida.

Everglades, FLORIDA (map)
The Fatigues
Kramer mentions to Jerry that Lomez usually runs Jewish Singles Night, but Kramer is taking over since Lomez is in the Everglades.

Naples, FLORIDA (map)
The Money
The only condition of Jack’s selling back of the Cadillac to Jerry is that Jack gets to drive his wife Doris to Naples.

Alligator Alley (Interstate 75)
Naples, FLORIDA
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The Money
Jack crashes the Cadillac into a swamp along Alligator Alley, submerging the car, and becoming the final resting place for both the Cadillac and The Pen.

Walt Disney World
Lake Buena Vista, FLORIDA
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The Money
Frank, on potentially moving to Florida with Estelle: “you can drop a grand in Disney World like that!”

Exxon
Orlando, FLORIDA
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The Reverse Peephole
When trying to prove George doesn’t need everything in his overstuffed wallet, Jerry discovers a card for a free “Save The Tigers” poster from any Orlando-area Exxon station. As of this writing, there are 10 Exxon-Mobil stations in the city of Orlando.

Bob Sacamano Sr.’s
FLORIDA
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The Wizard
In a deleted scene, Jerry visits a mute Bob Sacamano Sr. to fill his order of 20 “Willard” organizers at $50 a piece, as he cannot afford to buy 20 new Wizards at that price.

FLORIDA (map)
Curb Your Enthusiasm
George reveals to Amanda that his mother is living in Florida (perhaps in Del Boca Vista?), and he will break the news that they are back together to her, in the hopes that this will be the news that may finally kill her.

New York

New York State

STATE OF NEW YORK

Nickname: The Empire State
Population: 19,453,561 (2019)
Capital: Albany

FEATURED EPISODES

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Yonkers Raceway
810 Yonkers Ave., Yonkers, NEW YORK
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The Pony Remark
Helen mentions she heard the son of a relative owns a few horses, trotters “like at Yonkers.”

Temple Of Music (NOW CLOSED)
34 Fordham Dr., Buffalo, NEW YORK
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The Bet
In the abandoned script, Elaine holds a gun to her stomach and asks Jerry “Where do you want it, the Kennedy? The McKinley?” This is in reference to the assassination of U.S. President William McKinley, by a bullet to the stomach, in Buffalo on September 14, 1901.

Greater Rochester International Airport
1200 Brooks Ave., Rochester, NEW YORK
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The Bet
In the abandoned script, George, acting as a reporter to question the stewardess Kramer supposedly slept with, introduces Elaine and Jerry as his wife Amanda and her cousin, who are “going to Rochester on the 1:15, and they’re a little early so they’d just like to listen.”

Lake George, NEW YORK (map)
The Revenge
Levitan is bragging to his friend about what he and his lover did “in” Lake George, which he videotaped.

Rochester, NEW YORK (map)
The Deal
Elaine mentions she believes her last “time” was in Rochester, when her hair was a lot shorter.

Buffalo, NEW YORK (map)
The Baby Shower
Jerry lets Elaine use his apartment while he is performing at a show in Buffalo.

White Plains, NEW YORK (map)
The Stranded
George picks Jerry’s medicine over his because it is made in White Plains instead of New Jersey.

Albany, NEW YORK (map)
The Good Samaritan
Elaine claims that Kramer is getting seizures due to Mary Hart’s voice, just like a woman in Albany.

Westchester, NEW YORK (map)
The Parking Space
Jerry loans George and Elaine his car so they can go to a flea market in Westchester.

Lighthouse Westchester County
170 Hamilton Ave., White Plains, NEW YORK
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The Pitch / Ticket
Newman claims he was driving back from doing charity work (playing parcheesi with the blind) in Westchester when he was caught for speeding.

Westchester Country Club
99 Biltmore Ave., Rye, NEW YORK
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The Bubble Boy
Kramer announces to Jerry and George he’s spending the weekend playing here, but the weekend is cancelled due to a tournament, and he goes to the Ross’ cabin instead.

Sanger House (NOT REAL)
Wappingers Falls, NEW YORK
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The Bubble Boy
Jerry mentions the word “Falls” is in the name (likely Wappingers Falls, only a few miles from Hopewell Junction). Susan mentions the house is on the way to her father’s cabin.

Taconic State Parkway
NEW YORK
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The Bubble Boy
The gang is taking the Parkway to the Bubble Boy’s house, as Jerry and Elaine to keep up with a racing George and Susan.

I-90 / Thruway toll booth
East Chatham, NEW YORK
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The Bubble Boy
George gives Susan money for the tolls, which are only at the end of the Taconic, which turns into the NY State Thruway eastbound in East Chatham.

Hopewell Junction, NEW YORK (map)
The Bubble Boy
Jerry and Elaine get off the Taconic at the Beekman Rd. / Hopewell JCT / Sylvan Lake exit into Hopewell Junction, which turns out to be right near the Sanger’s house.

café (NOT REAL)
Wappingers Falls, NEW YORK
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The Bubble Boy
Intended to be down the road from the Sanger’s house, where Jerry signs a cheesy line for the waitress (“nothing’s finer than being in your diner”). This was filmed on the same set used for Reggie’s, the “Bizarro” coffee shop.

Ross’ “47 Cabin” (NOT REAL)
NEW YORK
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The Bubble Boy
Kramer acccidentally burns down the Ross’ family cabin with one of Mr. Ross’ cigars.

Westchester Country Club
99 Biltmore Ave., Rye, NEW YORK
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The Cheever Letters
Kramer mentions he is no longer allowed here, as he can’t give the pro any more Cuban cigars, since they perished in the cabin fire. Kramer later heads up with his new Cuban friends Luis, Jorge and Umberto, as he now has an unlimited supply of Cubans coming his way.

Ross’ “47 Cabin” (NOT REAL)
NEW YORK
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The Cheever Letters
Mr. Ross mentions to George and Susan both of his parents died in that cabin, and that it holds tremendous sentimental value…and then discovers its burned down.

New York State Comptroller’s Office
110 State St., Albany, NEW YORK
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The Junior Mint
George mentions he received a check from the Comptroller’s Office due to his donations as a student, which he decides to use to buy a painting from Roy.

Sanger House (NOT REAL)
Wappingers Falls, NEW YORK
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The Pilot
The Sanger family from “The Bubble Boy” are shown watching the pilot at home.

Catskill Mountains, NEW YORK (map)
The Glasses
Jerry mentions George lost his glasses on their way back from the Catskills, and squinted his way from Wurtsboro to the Tappan Zee Bridge.

Wurtsboro, NEW YORK (map)
The Glasses
Jerry mentions George lost his glasses on their way back from the Catskills, and squinted his way from Wurtsboro to the Tappan Zee Bridge.

Tappan Zee Bridge (NOW CLOSED)
Tarrytown, NEW YORK
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The Glasses
Jerry mentions George lost his glasses on their way back from the Catskills, and squinted his way from Wurtsboro to the Tappan Zee Bridge. The original was demolished in 2017 and a New Tappan Zee Bridge was constructed.

rock climbing
NEW YORK
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The Stall
Kramer and George make Tony take…a bit of a “tumble” while rock climbing.

Reggie’s (actually Munson Diner, NOW CLOSED)
12 Lake St., Liberty, NEW YORK
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The Soup
Kramer confirms he’s dating Hildy, a “full figured gal” who is a waitress here, a rival to Monk’s Café. George, Elaine and Jerry go, but cannot order an egg white omelette (they make a note of specifically saying no), a big salad or a decaf coffee. George is later seen eating here by himself, after getting scorned by Larry the manager for calling Monk’s too often, trying to get Kelly in trouble. The original Hell’s Kitchen location was moved, via flatbed, outside the city to Liberty in 2005.

Knollridge Nursing Home (NOT REAL)
NEW YORK
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The Kiss Hello
Nana was put in this home to “silence” her by Uncle Leo, but she met Buddy (her old neighbor), who backed up Nana and Helen’s story of Leo owing Helen money from their childhood.

Ithaca, NEW YORK (map)
The Diplomat’s Club
Jerry does a 3:00 show in Ithaca, and is scheduled to arrive back at night to see Bridget at the Diplomat’s Club…but the plans go awry. Katie and Jerry drive a rental car into a backyard pool outside Ithaca on the way home, prompting Mr. Pitt to recognize him (and subsequently have Elaine fired).

Ithaca Civic Auditorium (NOT REAL)
Ithaca, NEW YORK
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The Diplomat’s Club
Where Jerry bombs on a show because Katie tells him the pilot is in the audience…and Jerry “freaks out” (incorrectly spelled as “ITHICA” in the episode).

Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport
72 Brown Rd., Ithaca, NEW YORK
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The Diplomat’s Club
Jerry gets kicked off a United Airlines flight because he had some sort of “problem” with him, forcing him and Katie to rent a car and drive back to New York. Earl bets on Ithaca for his double-or-nothing bet with Kramer, but the bet is voided when its discovered that Jerry single-handedly delayed the flight.

Greater Rochester International Airport
1200 Brooks Ave., Rochester, NEW YORK
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The Diplomat’s Club
Rochester is one of the airports shown on the flight board during Kramer and Earl’s “competition.”

Syracuse Hancock International Airport
1000 Col. Eileen Collins Blvd., Syracuse, NEW YORK
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The Diplomat’s Club
Syracuse is one of the airports shown on the flight board during Kramer and Earl’s “competition.”

Monticello, NEW YORK (map)
The Engagement
Newman tells Kramer and Elaine they’re okay to dump the dog, as they’re nearly in Monticello.

Reggie’s (actually Munson Diner, NOW CLOSED)
12 Lake St., Liberty, NEW YORK
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The Pool Guy
George eats here once his “worlds collide,” and there’s no room left at Monk’s Café now that Susan is getting friendly with the rest of the gang. The original Hell’s Kitchen location was moved, via flatbed, outside the city to Liberty in 2005.

Ross’ “47 Cabin” (NOT REAL)
NEW YORK
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The Caddy
George mentions the Rosses rebuilt the “47 cabin,” and George and Susan go for a getaway, where he realizes he needs Jerry to clear the flyers from his car, still stuck at Yankee Stadium.

NEW YORK (map)
The Bottle Deposit
Kramer mentions the 5 cent bottle refund is offered in various states, including New York.

Ithaca, NEW YORK (map)
The Wait Out
Mickey auditions for a part (with Kramer) by doing a scene from the fictional play “Flesh Wounds In Ithaca.”

Westchester, NEW YORK (map)
The Invitations
Jerry is depressed about George’s wedding, as he figures Susan will later get pregnant, and they’ll both move to Westchester and away from him forever.

Reggie’s (actually Munson Diner, NOW CLOSED)
12 Lake St., Liberty, NEW YORK
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The Bizarro Jerry
Elaine dumps Kevin, and becomes platonic friends with him as the “Bizarro Jerry.” She later goes out for coffee with Gene (“Bizarro George”) and Feldman (“Bizarro Kramer”) to Reggie’s, the “Bizarro” coffee shop. The original Hell’s Kitchen location was moved, via flatbed, outside the city to Liberty in 2005.

women’s prison
NEW YORK
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The Little Jerry
George meets Celia while on a tour of the prison for a Susan Ross Foundation visit, who later breaks out to visit George.

men’s prison
NEW YORK
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The Little Jerry
Kurt tells Elaine he will be in prison for 14 months (10 with good behavior) for punching a cop, prompting Elaine to return his engagement ring.

Scarsdale, NEW YORK (map)
The Summer Of George
Kramer wins a Tony Award for “Scarsdale Surprise,” about the murder of Scarsdale Diet creator, Dr. Herman Tarnower, and is forced to fire Raquel Welch as “payment” for keeping his Tony.

Chappaqua, NEW YORK (map)
The Strike
Home of the original Festivus celebrations, started in 1966 by Danny O’Keefe Sr., father of “Seinfeld” writer Dan O’Keefe. The O’Keefe’s would finish the evening by listening to “Stardust” by Willie Nelson, “Orfeo ed Euridice” by Christoph Willibald Gluck, and “Billy Joel’s Greatest Hits.”

Interstate 95 Exit 15 (New Rochelle, The Pelhams)
Interstate 95 and U.S. Route 1, New Rochelle, NEW YORK
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The Dealership
Kramer and Rick decide at the last minute to truly test the Saab’s tank, peeling off of Exit 15 at the last minute to continue down I-95, screaming in glee as they do it.

Hartsdale Pet Cemetery
100 North Washington Ave., Hartsdale, NEW YORK
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The Strongbox
Jerry and Kramer head to the pet cemetery to dig up Fredo the parrot, in the hopes of finding the strongbox key. The nearest pet cemetery to Manhattan is the Hartsdale Pet Cemetery.

NEW YORK (map)
Curb Your Enthusiasm
George’s ex-wife Amanda gleefully tells George that according to the laws of the State of New York, her half of her Madoff money is still hers and hers alone.

Iran

Iran

🇮🇷 ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN

Location: Asia
Languages: Persian
Population: 84,345,954 (2021)
Capital: Tehran

FEATURED EPISODES

IRAN (map)
Male Unbonding
Proving Joel Hornick’s ignorance and self-obsessiveness, Jerry blurts out that he was invited to perform for Hezbollah at their annual summer luncheon in Iran.

IRAN (map)
The Fire
In a deleted scene, Jerry proudly declares to Elaine after heckling Toby “that’s the way they deal with hecklers in Iran – a heckle for a heckle!” This in reference to the controversial “an eye for an eye” rulings under Sharia law in many Islamic countries, including Iran.

The Fire

518 - Fire

The Fire (season 5, episode 20)

written by Larry Charles, directed by Tom Cherones
original airdate: May 5, 1994

George panics during a fire at his girlfriend’s son’s birthday party and bolts for an escape route. Kramer saves Elaine’s co-worker’s pinky toe.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv
Elaine’s coworker Toby boos and hisses Jerry off the stage…and George later evacuates it when he thinks comic Ronnie Kay pulls a gun on the wait staff. George dates Robin, a waitress at the comedy club, until his reaction at her son’s birthday party to a minor grease fire quickly ends the relationship.

Jerry’s Apartment
Kramer tells Jerry and George about his epic efforts to reunite Toby with her severed pinky toe, knocking out a mugger and driving a New York City bus after his driver passes out from the commotion of the potential hijacking.

Monk’s Café
George defends his actions at the birthday party to Jerry. He later convinces Jerry to turn the tables on Toby, and go to heckle her at her office: “there’s no precedent baby!”

Pendant Publishing
Where Jerry boos, hisses and heckles Toby out of the building, where she runs into oncoming traffic and loses her pinky toe.

Costanza House
George has a flashback to his seventh birthday party: “Blow out the candles!” “Stop it Frank! You’re killing him!” “BLOW OUT THE CANDLES!”

Knopf Publishing (now Knopf Doubleday Publishing)
1745 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK
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nearest subway: 59th Street – Columbus Circle (1)
Toby mentions Bob Rosen is going to Knopf to be a vice president, leaving an opening for senior editor.

Robin’s apartment
33 Greene St., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: Canal Street (N,Q,R,W)
George is vilified by an entire birthday party after George pushes through a room full of children during a grease fire, to ensure he gets out first, without any regard or assistance for anyone else (Jerry: “every man, woman, child and invalid for themselves”). Thanks Erkan B. for the tip!

Miami, FLORIDA (map)
Jerry mentions a show in Miami that he had was cancelled, likely due to the scathing Leonard Christian review (thanks to Toby’s heckling).

IRAN (map)
In a deleted scene, Jerry proudly declares to Elaine after heckling Toby “that’s the way they deal with hecklers in Iran – a heckle for a heckle!” This in reference to the controversial “an eye for an eye” rulings under Sharia law in many Islamic countries, including Iran.

Kramer’s bus route
New York, NEW YORK

Kramer tells Jerry and George how he took Toby’s pinky toe from Pendant to the hospital, to ensure it could be reattached (as “it’s a valuable appendage”), even though his bus was hijacked by a mugger he had to fight off (“yeah, I am Batman!”). The nearest hospital to Pendant would be Lenox Hill Hospital (100 E. 77th St.), accessible by bus routes M101 or M102 northbound on Lexington Ave.

Pendant Publishing

Pendant Publishing

PENDANT PUBLISHING (NOT REAL)
600 Madison Ave., New York, New York (map)

Home of Pendant Publishing, where Elaine works reading manuscripts from Seasons Two through Five. Also George’s employer for one episode in Season Three.
nearest subway: 5th Avenue – 59th Street (N,Q,R)

FEATURED EPISODES

The Jacket
Elaine tells her father that she is now working reading manuscripts for Pendant.

The Statue
Elaine and Rava prepare to meet Mr. Lippman, but due to Rava’s disbelief of coincidences, the deal falls apart.

The Library
Elaine fears for her job after she is not invited to order lunch, and when Mr. Lippman rejects her manuscript.

The Stranded
Elaine tells a partygoer that she is working at Pendant, when Jerry intervenes with “Pendant…those bastards!”

The Red Dot
Jerry accidentally gets Elaine’s boyfriend Dick back on the wagon (or off the wagon?), and Elaine gets George a job. George later gets fired from said job after sleeping with the cleaning woman on the desk in his office.

The Letter
Elaine desperately tries getting the Sunday Sports section away from Mr. Lippman, to avoid being seen on the cover of the sports page, and caught lying about her trip to Maryland.

The Cheever Letters
Elaine confronts her assistant Sandra about chatting too much with Jerry, making her quit almost immediately.

The Pick
Elaine is tortured at the office, being nicknamed “Nips” at work, her sister Gail screaming at her over the phone, and Fred eventually dumping her, all over her nipple showing in her Christmas card.

The Pilot
Russell mentions to the other two Greenpeace activists that Elaine works at Pendant. When Russell “dies,” one of the activists (played by Larry David with an accent) promises that he’ll “write to her…I’ll tell her all about you, and what you did out here!”

The Mango
Elaine asks a fellow coworker if she’s ever faked “it.”

The Sniffing Accountant
Elaine gets in trouble from Mr. Lippman for putting in too many exclamation points in Jake Jarmel’s manuscript.

The Lip Reader
Renee convinces Elaine to take a car service, where she is forced to act like she is deaf to avoid conversation with the driver.

The Non-Fat Yogurt
Estelle tells Lloyd that Elaine works at Pendant, so Lloyd can track her down and ask her on a date.

The Masseuse
Elaine tells her coworkers that her boyfriend’s name is Joel Rifkin, leading to jokes and cracks at Joel (the boyfriend’s) expense about the other Joel Rifkin.

The Cigar Store Indian
Kramer sells the Indian to Mr. Lippman, and pitches the coffee table book idea to him. Lippman tells Elaine she should come up with ideas like Kramer’s, asking “what the hell do you do around here all day anyway?”

The Pie
Jerry drops off Elaine (and the lookalike mannequin) at her office after their trip to Rinitze, on Jerry’s way to Poppie’s.

The Raincoats
Aaron picks up Elaine from work to go to My Fair Lady…with Helen and Morty. Morty mentions that Harry Fleming used to have an office in the building…and a deli on the first floor (“you don’t get corned beef like that anymore”).

The Fire
Where Jerry boos, hisses and heckles Toby out of the building, where she runs into oncoming traffic and loses her pinky toe.

The Opposite
Elaine gets promoted due to Pendant’s takeover by Matsushimi, a Japanese conglomerate. However, Elaine is later released, as the company is collapsed after Elaine fails to tell Lippman he forgot his handkerchief (thanks to a mouthful of Jujyfruits), setting off a chain reaction that spelled the end of Pendant Publishing (and Kramer’s coffee table book). As a result, Elaine “becomes” George, unemployed and defeated.

The Hot Tub
Elaine mentions she met Jean-Paul while editing a book on running while at Pendant.

Pines Of Mar Gables

Pines Of Mar Gables

PINES OF MAR GABLES (NOT REAL)

First home of Jerry’s parents, Morty and Helen, in a retirement community in Florida, from Seasons One through Seven. Not a real location, but based on Florida retirement communities like Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, etc.

FEATURED EPISODES

The Pony Remark
Jerry mentions in his opening monologue that his parents live in Florida, not because they want to, but because “they’re in their sixties, and that’s the law.” Morty and Helen fly in from Pines Of Mar Gables to visit Manya. Morty: “she made me fly all the way from Florida for this, then she criticizes my jacket.”

The Statue
Jerry mentions he was going to send his grandfather’s things to his parents in Florida, but they didn’t want it. Jerry later tells Rava his mother is in Florida, when she tells how her mother abandoned her family as a child.

The Chinese Restaurant
Jerry mentions that his aunt will call his mother in Florida, upon realizing Jerry didn’t say hello to a mutual friend he didn’t recognize.

The Pen
The site of the entire episode. Jerry and Elaine stay with Morty and Helen, experiencing overheating, upside-down space pens, foldout bed bars, chiropractors and dinner checks for $19.45. Jerry also mentions his parents in his opening monologue, noting how old people do not wear bathing suits, they wear “trunks.”

The Outing
Jerry’s parents discover the article claiming he and George are a couple, and Morty blames Helen for his supposed sexuality: “it was those damn culottes you made him wear when he was 5!”

The Pilot
Jerry’s parents are seen watching the pilot at home, with Helen once again asking “how could anybody not like him?”

The Wife
Jerry’s parents call when they hear from Uncle Leo that Jerry got fake-married.

The Raincoats
Morty calls Jack Klompus to have him courier his raincoats overnight. The Seinfeld’s condo is later robbed upon their return, since Jack never fixed the broken window to their garage he had to break to get inside.

The Secretary
Jerry mentions to Willy that his mother keeps her fur coat in his apartment for when she visits from Florida.

The Kiss Hello
Morty calculates that Uncle Leo owes Helen $663.45, with 5% interest compounded quarterly from track winnings he was given by their father as a child.

The Doodle
Elaine uses Jerry’s parents address as her own in her interview with Viking Press, in order to get a free stay at the Plaza Hotel.

The Cadillac
Jerry surprises his parents by giving his father a Cadillac, which ultimately leads to Morty’s downfall and impeachment as condo board President due to a fraud scandal, forcing Morty and Helen to leave the complex for Del Boca Vista.

The Money
Jerry flies back to Florida to buy his car back from Jack Klompus. Jerry later maxes out his credit cards by cleaning up the car (after Jack drives it into a swamp), and ends up sleeping in it, since Jack won’t let him stay in his condo.

The Wizard
Helen mentions that Morty can’t run for condo president in Del Boca Vista, as he was impeached once before…to which Morty says he in fact only “resigned.”