The Subway (Seinfeld)
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The Subway Seinfeld
"The Subway"
Episode no.Season 3
Episode 13
Directed byTom Cherones
Written byLarry Charles
Production code313
Original air dateJanuary 8, 1992
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"The Subway" is the 30th episode of the sitcom Seinfeld. It is the 13th episode of the show's third season. It aired on January 8, 1992.

The episode was written by Larry Charles and was directed by Tom Cherones.


Each of the four principal characters has a unique experience during a subway ride. Jerry befriends an overweight nudist (Ernie Sabella) on his ride to Coney Island to pick up his found car (The Alternate Side). George meets an enchanting woman passenger (Barbara Stock) who seduces him, takes him to her hotel bedroom, handcuffs him to a bed while he is in his underwear, and robs him. He misses his job interview due to the delay and has to walk all the way across the city in a bed sheet to get his spare key from Jerry. Kramer overhears a horse racing tip from another passenger, places a $600, 30-to-1 bet at an off-track betting parlor, and wins $18,000, helping to pay for his numerous traffic violations (including "no doors"). On his way back, Kramer is about to be mugged by another bettor, only to be saved by a cop posing as a blind violinist. Elaine misses a lesbian wedding she was to attend due to train delays, which made her feel claustrophobic.


In 2012, Paste Magazine named "The Subway" the 16th best episode of the series, citing it as a "great example of how Seinfeld can turn something as everyday and mundane as riding the subway into not one, but four hilarious stories.[1] In 2013, NYC & Company, New York City's official tourism organization, named it the "New Yorkiest" episode of the series.[2]


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  2. ^ "The 15 New York-iest Episodes of 'Seinfeld'". 30 April 2013.

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