The Daily News extends their Seinfeld odyssey today, continuing a focus on the iconic show's relationship with Queens. Last week, they took actor Jerry Stiller, who played Frank Costanza, to visit the Astoria home used as the exterior of the Costanza residence on the show. Now you can see a video ("this documentary or something," according to Stiller) of that trip below, including Stiller reminiscing in the back of a car, and the surprising (and sweet) meeting with the home's owners.

This week, the News charts the on-screen and behind-the-scenes connections between the show and Queens. Kenny Kramer, the "slouch" who inspired Kramer on the show, said he would be "thrilled" to host a Queens tour similar to the Seinfeld tour he does in Manhattan.

Among the possible stops for the tour: the Queensboro Plaza subway stop, where Kramer raved about $3 gyros; Dante Caterers in East Elmhurst, where Elaine was French-kissed at her boss's sons bar mitzvah; Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, where Kramer worked as a ballboy at the US Open; and Shea Stadium, site of the infamous spitting incident involving Kramer, Newman, Keith Hernandez and Roger McDowell. Off-screen, Jerry Seinfeld graduated from Queens College in 1976.