Any fan of the classic 1990s sitcom Seinfeld knows the unfortunate conclusion by which the series ends. Jerry Seinfeld, with his friends and the show's three mainstays, Elaine Benes, George Costanza, and Cosmo Kramer, are on their way to Paris in NBC's company jet, which was loaned to Seinfeld in return for the network keeping the pilot of his sitcom, Jerry (a show about "nothing"), on the shelf for five years. Upon Kramer's erratic jumping and clumsily stumbling into the plane's cockpit (not all that strange of an occurrence in comparison to Kramer's typical behavior), an emergency landing ensues in the fictional town of Latham, Massachusetts. While awaiting takeoff, the foursome witnesses an overweight man being robbed.
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