George takes a convoluted route through a museum in an attempt to avoid getting “corralled” through the gift shops on his way out. He ends up increasingly lost, in stranger and stranger exhibits.
Elaine is frustrated by a coworker who only communicates through Post-It notes. Every time she tries to confront the woman in person, she manages to quickly slip away, leaving only a Post-It reading “We’ll talk later.”
Jerry does a show for a particularly dull-witted audience that doesn’t seem to get any of his jokes, no matter how much he tries to dumb them down. He resorts to explaining why each joke is funny after telling it, which elicits raucous laughter. At the end of the set, when he ironically mumbles “tip your waitress,” the patrons stand up, grab their nearest waitresses, and flip them onto their sides.
Kramer finds an abandoned hot dog cart. Ravenously hungry, he decides to help himself to whatever is inside. He opens the lid on the boiler only to discover it’s filled with human fingers.
Finally, Elaine manages to corner her passive-aggressive coworker, but before she can say anything, there’s a loud noise somewhere behind her that causes her to reflexively turn around. When she turns back toward the woman, she finds only a Post-It note with a stick figure drawing of a woman on it, captioned “Sorry.”
George eventually finds himself crossing a bridge at sunset with no idea how he ended up outside. Frustrated and still deeply lost, he slaps his hands to the sides of his face and lets out an agonized scream.