Jerry Seinfeld (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Seinfeld_%28character%29) rarely reads any part of the newspaper but the funnies but happens to flip past Carrie’s (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrie_Bradshaw) column and finds it hilarious. He then sees her picture on the side of a bus in New York and thinks pretty and funny! Seinfeld asks Elaine, with her many contacts in the New York publishing scene, to get Carries number. Turns out that Elaine is friends with Carrie and thinks they would be a good couple. Carrie and Seinfeld meet in an upscale restaurant in upper Manhattan. They make fun of all the patrons in the restaurant and then proceed to make fun of all the dishes as well. They take a stroll through Central Park and Carrie takes out a cigarette and lights up. Seinfeld cuts the date short. The idea of kissing the mouth of a smoker sickens him. Seinfeld never calls Carrie again. Carrie obsesses about Seinfeld for about a week before moving onto a new boy toy. She consoles herself with the thought that he really wasn’t all that good looking even if he was funny.
Fast forward to forty years in the future, Seinfeld is on his death bed. Kramer mentions that he has taken up smoking again because there are these new cigarettes that are totally safe and he is going to make a mint selling them. Seinfeld thinks of Carrie the smoker and says “Carrie” before he dies. At the funeral none of the remaining gang can figure out who the heck Carrie was. Elaine can’t help the gang figure out who Carrie is since she drowned in the Great New York Flood of 2020 due to the melting polar ice caps. Ironically, Carrie died in the same flood trying to save her shoes from getting wet rather than going to shelter.
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