Friday, September 4, 2009

Seinfeld Reality Tour The Package Cooper Station Post Office

Cooper Station Post OfficeThe US Post Office Cooper Station, is located at 93 4th Avenue, on the north east of east 11th street. The post office serves the 10003 zip code, the neighborhood of the East Village in New York City.

The station is named in honor of Peter Cooper, the mid-19th century industrialist and philanthropist who founded the nearby Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.

Seinfeld: The Package. Episode 5. Season 8 1996 - 1997. First Aired: 10/17/1996: Kramer claims he can get a refund on Jerry's broken stereo, even though the warranty has expired.

Jerry refuses a package in the mail, his mailman complains to Uncle Leo, who offers to accept it. Jerry learns that the package contained his broken stereo that Kramer mailed in order to get the Postal Service to pay for the damages.

When he goes to file his claim, Jerry is interrogated by Newman, but admits to nothing, after confiscating one of George's photos that shows him hitting the stereo, Newman is sure that he's got Jerry who is summoned to the post office where he is charged with mail fraud.

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