The exterior of the building shown throughout the series is actually the Shelley Building, at 755 S. This is also Kramer’s first entrance to the apartment to take food, although he is called “Kessler” in the episode, and has a golden retriever named Ralph.
Jerry’s Apartment does NOT appear in the following episodes: “The Chinese Restaurant,” “The Pen,” “The Limo,” “The Movie,” “The Hamptons” and “The Dealership.” Seasons: One • Two • Three • Four • Five • Six • Seven • Eight • Nine • Curb • CICGC “The Seinfeld Chronicles” The first appearance of Jerry’s apartment in the series.
In the script, George Constanza’s job with the New York Yankees has him appearing at a ceremony honoring first responders in the days after the 9/11 tragedy.Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Seinfeld Season 1, Seinfeld Season 2, Seinfeld Season 3, Seinfeld Season 4, Seinfeld Season 5, Seinfeld Season 6, Seinfeld Season 7, Seinfeld Season 8, Seinfeld Season 9 The focal point of the entire series, where the gang spends most of their time. George tries to convince Jerry to move (as well as Elaine, so she can take the apartment), but a fight between Jerry and George over the new apartment prevents anyone from moving. Jerry’s apartment is robbed after Kramer fails to close the door after stopping by.A shoot-out between a cowboy and a clown is by its very description a representation of exaggerated difference; the clown with his fluffy shirt, big round nose, and painted smile against the serious, cowboy gun-fighter.Peirce distinguishes that which is true from what he calls real, and he is careful to explain that something can be real and still not exist beyond thought (1955: 419-20).