“You're in trouble, Kramer. I shouldn't even be talking to you, but I'm telling you as a friend. Here's how it's going to happen: You may be walking. Maybe on a crisp, autumn day just like today. When a mail truck will slow beside you and a door will open, and a mailman you know, maybe even trust, will offer to give you a lift.”


Newman warns Kramer that ever since Kramer defied the post office, he will one day meet his comeuppance with a personal visit from the Postal Service.

Tagged: Mail, Revenge, Kidnapping

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