gs: Jon Voight (Himself) Elsa Raven (Mom) Michael Robello (Pop) Tom Wright (Morgan) Ken Thorley (Car Salesman) Dan Frischman (Guy on Phone) Rick Fitts (Dentist) Nancy Balbirer (Woman at Party) Pat Asanti (Electrician) Steve Brady (Man at Party) Matt Gallini (Tough Guy) Ian Abercrombie (Mr. Pitt) Bryan Cranston (Whatley)

A salesman convinces George to buy a convertible once owned by "Jon Voight." Kramer tries to save a small shoe-repair business, but his good intentions affect Jerry in a big way. Elaine wins tickets for Mr. Pitt, who's always wanted to participate in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

b: 17-Nov-94 pc: 607 w: Tom Gammill & Max Pross d: Andy Ackerman

NOTE: On 24 Nov 94, instead of an episode of Seinfeld being on, Jerry hosted a one hour special highlighting his two favorite comedians, Bud Abbott & Lou Costello. The special was called Abbott & Costello Meet Jerry Seinfeld.
The ending of this episode, with Kramer suffering a nosebleed and Jerry comforting him in the back of a bus, was a takeoff on the ending to the movie "Midnight Cowboy". The "Midnight Cowboy" theme was present throughout this episode, as Jon Voigt starred in the movie, Jerry wears cowboy boots during the episode, and the theme song from the movie, "Everybody's Talking at Me" is heard playing twice.