Seinfeld

Season 3 Episode 13

The Subway

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Jan 08, 1992 on NBC
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Everyone has an uncommon experience while going their separate ways on the subway. George meets a beautiful woman who distracts him from his intended destination, a job interview. Jerry falls asleep and then wakes up across from a fat naked man and winds up discussing with him, the New York Mets & Coney Island. Elaine's train stops in the middle of a tunnel on her way to be best man at a lesbian wedding. Kramer overhears a hot tip on a horse on his way to pay $600 in traffic violations.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Ernie Sabella (the naked man) also worked with Jason Alexander (George) in a few episodes of House Of Mouse.

    • Elaine has several outbursts of profanity which were bleeped in the original and syndicated airings, but remain bleeped in the DVD release as well.

    • When Kramer is being chased by the man from the OTB, they are first on the 1 Train to South Ferry. Then they cut to them on the 5 Train to Utica Avenue. Then, when the undercover cop catches the robber, they are on the 1 Train to 207th Street. The 5 Train doesn't run to Utica Avenue, and the 1 and 5 Train do not have any common stations.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Throughout the episode, Jerry mentions going to Nathan's for a hot dog. In 1916, a Polish immigrant named Nathan Handwerker opened a hot dog stand on the corner of Surf and Stillwell Avenues on Coney Island. Nathan used a special hot dog recipe developed by his wife Ida's grandmother. Since then, people such as Al Capone, Carey Grant, Barbara Streisand, Mayor Rudy Guiliani, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Queen Elizabeth have all enjoyed what has gone down in history as the world's most famous hot dog. Today, the restaurant falls back into the spotlight every summer when ESPN televises the annual hot dog eating contest.

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