"The Trip, Part 1" - Season 4 Episode 1 of Seinfeld Premiers

"The Trip" is a two-part story (the forty-first and forty-second episodes to air) of NBC's popular sitcom, Seinfeld.

Airing on August 12, 1992 and August 19, 1992, it kicked off the fourth season of the show.

Plot Summary:
In The Trip, Part 1, Jerry is offered two free tickets from New York to Hollywood to appear on The Tonight Show. He offers one to George and they decide that while they are in Los Angeles they will track down Kramer, who headed to Los Angeles in the previous episode, "The Keys", to become an actor. A dead body turns up in another part of LA and Kramer's script he had given to the woman is found on her person. George thinks he has insightful conversations with the talk show guests (Corbin Bernsen and George Wendt) but they both call him "nuts". Jerry can't remember the wording for a joke and blames the hotel maid, Lupe, who threw it away while cleaning the room. As Jerry and George leave the Tonight Show, they see Kramer's picture on the news. He is the main suspect for the "Smog Strangler".