Mad About You

Season 1 Episode 8

The Apartment

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Nov 11, 1992 on NBC
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The Apartment
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Planning their last will and testament together brings up the subject of Paul's old bachelor pad, which he now sublets to Cosmo Kramer (guest star Michael Richards). Jamie wants Paul to get rid of his apartment, but Paul is against that. They get into a fight, which results in Paul deciding about the future of his apartment and Jamie getting rid of her t-shirt from her past (which she later wants back).moreless

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Michael Richards (I)

Michael Richards (I)

Cosmo Kramer

Guest Star

Al Ruscio

Al Ruscio

Uncle Jules

Guest Star

Leila Kenzle

Leila Kenzle

Fran Devanow

Recurring Role

Richard Kind

Richard Kind

Mark Devanow

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • This episode is called "The Apartment". The episode is probably called this as a tribute to "Seinfeld". They probably did this because Michael Richards(Cosmo Kramer) is in this episode. The episode was probably named "The Apartment" because every episode of Seinfeld (besides the pilot, Highlights of a Hundred, and Male Unbonding) starts with the word "The".

    • The Buchmans live in Apartment 11D.

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  • NOTES (2)

    • Cosmo Kramer ("Seinfeld") appears in this episode, and Jerry Seinfeld ("Seinfeld") appears in another (he was playing himself, so we can't know if he was the Seinfeld known by the show, or by his comedic performances in pubs). But, in one "Seinfeld"'s episode, George Costanza & Susan Ross said that "Mad about You" is a show, so Cosmo Kramer's appereance in this episode isn't explained.

    • Michael Richards crosses over as his "Seinfeld" character Cosmo Kramer.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • When Paul asks Kramer what 'that Jerry guy' is up to, Kramer answers that he is writing a show for NBC. In the fourth season of Seinfeld (1992-1993) there is a story arc about Jerry and George writing a sitcom.

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