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SeinfeldFour single friends -- comic Jerry Seinfeld, bungling George Costanza, frustrated working gal Elaine Benes and eccentric neighbor Cosmo Kramer -- deal with the absurdities of everyday life in New York City.
S3, EP23 "The Keys"Becoming annoyed at Kramer's invasions of privacy, Jerry takes away his spare key. Kramer, shaken, decides to leave for California to pursue an acting career.
S4, EP3 "The Pitch"Jerry is approached by network executives and asked to to create a new television show.
S4, EP4 "The Ticket"Jerry tries to evade a vengeful writer; Kramer agrees to be a witness at a friend's trial; George woos an executive.
S4, EP5 "The Wallet"Jerry tries to explain to his visiting parents (Liz Sheridan, Barney Martin) the whereabouts of a gift they once gave him.
S7, EP4 "The Wink"An uncontrollable wink creates problems for George and Kramer.
S8, EP19 "The Yada Yada"George begins to wonder what his new girlfriend (Suzanne Cryer) isn't telling him when she says, "Yada, yada, yada."
S9, EP1 "The Butter Shave"Competing comic Bania warms to Jerry's crowds; Elaine and David unite for a European trip; Kramer reconsiders butter.
S9, EP2 "The Voice"Jerry finds part of his new date's anatomy of interest; George's job is threatened; Elaine's relationship sputters.
S9, EP3 "The Serenity Now"Jerry tries to reveal more of his feelings on the advice of his new girlfriend (Lori Loughlin). With Jason Alexander.
S9, EP4 "The Blood"At his parents' insistence, Jerry is coached by personal trainer Izzy Mandelbaum (Lloyd Bridges) to lose weight.
S9, EP5 "The Junk Mail"Jerry, promised a vehicle as payment for a performance, winds up getting a van instead of a car; Elaine meets a new man; Kramer has no need for mail.
S9, EP6 "The Merv Griffin Show"Jerry has designs on his new date's collection of toys; Kramer discovers furniture with a noteworthy past.
S9, EP7 "The Slicer"Kramer gets into meat slicing; Jerry dates a doctor (Marcia Cross) who isn't impressed with his job; George's new boss is a former adversary.
S9, EP8 "The Betrayal"Elaine, Jerry and George go to India for the wedding of Elaine's friend (Brenda Strong); Kramer's death threat.
S9, EP9 "The Apology"Jerry dates a woman with few inhibitions about her body; George awaits an apology; Kramer researches short showers.
S9, EP10 "The Strike"George and his father celebrate an alternative holiday; Kramer goes back to work after a long bagel strike.
S9, EP11 "The Dealership"Jerry is finally ready to buy a new car, but things don't go very smoothly when he visits Elaine's boyfriend to make the deal.
S9, EP12 "The Reverse Peephole"Elaine's boyfriend, Puddy, wears a fur coat; Jerry starts living without a wallet; Newman may be evicted.
S9, EP13 "The Cartoon"Jerry is aggravated when a woman uses him as a subject for her show; Elaine doesn't understand a cartoon.
S9, EP14 "The Strong Box"Jerry keeps finding Kramer's hidden strongbox key; Elaine dates a mysterious man; George plans a breakup.
S4, EP6 "The Watch"Jerry tries to buy back the watch his parents gave him; George attempts to renegotiate his network deal.
S4, EP7 "The Bubble Boy"Jerry gets lost en route to visiting a sick fan who must live in a protective plastic bubble.
S4, EP8 "The Cheever Letters"Jerry and George try to write the pilot for their series; Kramer solicits cigars from the Cuban consulate.
S4, EP9 "The Opera"A night at the opera turns into a nightmare when Jerry meets Elaine's new boyfriend (Peter Crombie).
S7, EP5 "The Hot Tub"Jerry tries to ensure that Elaine's houseguest (Jeremiah Birkett) doesn't sleep through the New York Marathon.
S9, EP15 "The Wizard"Jerry buys his father (Barney Martin) an organizer but can't make him use it; Kramer retires next to the Seinfelds.
S9, EP16 "The Burning"George learns to leave at the right moment; Jerry has a new girl (Cindy Ambuehl) with a past; Puddy (Patrick Warburton) is religious.
S9, EP17 "The Bookstore"Jerry decides to teach Uncle Leo a lesson after he catches him shoplifting at a bookstore; Elaine humiliates herself at a party.
S9, EP18 "The Frogger"Elaine wolfs down Peterman's (John O'Hurley) pricey cheesecake; Kramer calls in "the guys" for George.
S9, EP19 "The Maid"Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) begins dating his new maid (Angela Featherstone); George ponders a nickname; Elaine has to get the new area code.
S9, EP23 "The Finale"After NBC picks up Jerry and George's sitcom, the four pals are arrested for breaking the good Samaritan law.
S9, EP24 "The Finale"After NBC picks up Jerry and George's sitcom, the four pals are arrested for breaking the good Samaritan law.
S1, EP1 "Good News, Bad News"A woman's impending visit excites Jerry, until he learns she's getting married.
S4, EP10 "The Virgin"Jerry and George must think of an idea for a TV series before meeting with network bigwigs.
S4, EP11 "The Contest"Jerry challenges George, Kramer and Elaine to a contest of self-denial; Elaine looks forward to a special date.
S4, EP12 "The Airport"Jerry parties it up in first class while Elaine suffers in cramped coach; Kramer is chased by the police.
S4, EP13 "The Pick"Elaine accidentally reveals too much cleavage on her Christmas card; Kramer is asked to pose for a risque underwear ad.
S7, EP6 "The Soup Nazi"Jerry must choose between his girlfriend (Alexandra Wentworth) and a bowl of soup when a vendor (Larry Thomas) refuses to serve her.
S1, EP2 "The Stakeout"Jerry goes to great lengths to find and woo a woman he met at a party.
S1, EP3 "The Robbery"Jerry's plans to move to a new apartment are complicated by George and Elaine.
S1, EP4 "Male Unbonding"Jerry breaks off an unusual friendship with a fellow (Kevin Dunn) he has disliked for years.
S1, EP5 "The Stock Tip"George and Jerry invest in falling stock after a bad tip from a stock-market shyster.
S2, EP1 "The Ex-Girlfriend"Jerry gives George advice on breaking up and then finds himself in the same boat.
S2, EP2 "The Pony Remark"Jerry feels responsible for the death of an elderly woman (Rozsika Halmos) he upset the day before.
S2, EP3 "The Jacket"Jerry buys a very expensive suede jacket but learns that clothes don't always make the man.
S4, EP14 "The Movie"Jerry is shadowed by a pesky comic (Barry Diamond); the gang's decision to meet for a movie begins in disaster.
S4, EP15 "The Visa"Jerry takes pity on a foreigner (Brian George) when the man's immigration papers are left in Jerry's mailbox.
S4, EP16 "The Shoes"Jerry and George meet with a skeptical TV executive about their show; Kramer dates Jerry's ex-girlfriend.
S4, EP17 "The Outing"An eavesdropping college reporter prints the mistaken story that Jerry and George are longtime intimate companions.
S7, EP7 "The Secret Code"George tries to conceal his ATM code from his fiancee, Susan (Heidi Swedberg); Elaine is intrigued by a man she met at a party.
S4, EP18 "The Old Man"When Jerry, George and Elaine volunteer to comfort senior citizens in their homes, it leads to disaster for all.
S4, EP19 "The Implant"Jerry dumps his girlfriend when he finds out she may have breast implants; Kramer claims to have seen Salman Rushdie at a health club.
S4, EP20 "The Junior Mint"When Jerry and Kramer observe an operation, they accidentally drop a candy into the surgical cavity.
S4, EP21 "The Smelly Car"A car valet with killer body odor leaves Jerry and Elaine gasping for breath; George sees an ex-girlfriend holding hands with someone else.
S4, EP22 "The Handicap Spot"George's father (Jerry Stiller) is arrested when Jerry and George park his car in a handicapped spot.
S4, EP23 "The Pilot"Jerry and George produce their pilot, but George doesn't like the actor playing him; Kramer has a personal problem.
S4, EP24 "The Pilot"Jerry and George produce their pilot, but George doesn't like the actor playing him; Kramer has a personal problem.
S5, EP1 "The Mango"Jerry begs Elaine for another chance when she reveals her true feelings about their relationship; Kramer is banned from his favorite fruit shop.
S5, EP3 "The Glasses"George and Elaine go to an optician after George loses his glasses at his health club; Elaine fears she has rabies after being bitten by a dog.
S5, EP2 "The Puffy Shirt"Jerry appears on "Today" with Bryant Gumbel, but must wear a silly shirt as the result of a misunderstanding with Kramer's "low talker" girlfriend; George moves in with his parents.
S5, EP4 "The Sniffing Accountant"Jerry, Kramer and Newman (Wayne Knight) investigate their accountant's unexplained sniffles; Elaine's new boyfriend has an annoying habit.
S5, EP5 "The Bris"Jerry and Elaine are apprehensive about being the godparents to their friends' newborn son; George is thrilled with his new parking spot.
S5, EP6 "The Lip Reader"George asks Jerry's date (Marlee Matlin) to read the lips of his ex-girlfriend at a party; Elaine has trouble communicating with a limo driver.
S5, EP7 "The Non-Fat Yogurt"Jerry and Elaine begin gaining weight and suspect a nonfat-yogurt shop may be making false claims; Jerry's use of a bad word influences Maryedith's son.
S5, EP8 "The Barber"Jerry decides to change barbers because his has a history of giving bad haircuts; George poses as an employee after a job interview.
S5, EP9 "The Masseuse"Jerry becomes tense when he can't get his masseuse girlfriend (Jennifer Coolidge) to give him a massage.
S5, EP10 "The Cigar-Store Indian"Elaine's American Indian friend thinks Jerry is a racist after he gives Elaine a cigar-store Indian statue as a present.
S5, EP11 "The Conversion"Jerry thinks his girlfriend (Kimberly Campbell) has a fungus; George converts to the Latvian Orthodox religion.
S5, EP12 "The Stall"Elaine's toilet stall has no tissue and the woman in the next stall refuses to give her some; George acts giddy around Elaine's boyfriend (Dan Cortese).
S5, EP13 "The Dinner Party"Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer search for something to take to a dinner party; Jerry and Elaine forget to take a number at the bakery; Kramer and George have trouble buying wine.
S5, EP14 "The Marine Biologist"George poses as a marine biologist while on a date with a former college classmate (Rosalind Allen); Elaine loses her electronic organizer.
S5, EP15 "The Pie"Jerry becomes obsessed when his date refuses to sample his pie; a clothing store mannequin resembles Elaine .
S5, EP16 "The Stand-In"Kramer befriends a little person when he is hired as a stand-in for a soap opera; George wants to break up with a girlfriend.
S5, EP17 "The Wife"Jerry lets his girlfriend (Courteney Cox) pose as his wife so she can receive a discount at the dry cleaner.
S5, EP18 "The Raincoats"Kramer has a scheme to sell vintage raincoats; Jerry and his girlfriend can't get any alone time; George sells his father's cabana clothes.
S5, EP19 "The Raincoats"Kramer's scheme to sell vintage raincoats backfires; George tries to dump his "little brother"; Jerry and his girlfriend go to a movie to be alone.
S7, EP8 "The Pool Guy"The swimming pool maintenance man (Carlos Jacott) at Jerry's health club is convinced he is Jerry's best friend.
S7, EP9 "The Sponge"Elaine realizes that the manufacturer of her birth control device has gone out of business and its product is in limited supply.
S7, EP10 "The Gum"Lloyd Braun (Matt McCoy) gets Jerry packs of a special brand of Chinese gum; George runs into a former neighbor.
S7, EP11 "The Rye"A loaf of rye bread becomes a point of contention when George's and Susan's parents have dinner together.
S7, EP12 "The Caddy"A caddie (Armin Shimerman) helps Kramer improve his golf game; George is considered for a promotion at work.
S7, EP13 "The Seven"A girlfriend (Lisa Deanne) piques Jerry's interest by always wearing the same dress; Kramer expects Elaine to honor an offer made in jest.
S7, EP14 "The Cadillac"Jerry buys his parents (Barney Martin, Liz Sheridan) a Cadillac, which only complicates their lives; George rethinks his engagement.
S7, EP15 "The Cadillac"Jerry buys his parents (Barney Martin, Liz Sheridan) a Cadillac, which only complicates their lives; George rethinks his engagement.
S7, EP16 "The Shower Head"Jerry pays a price for mocking his uncle (Len Lesser) on "The Tonight Show"; tenants hate new shower heads.
S7, EP17 "The Doll"George is dismayed because one of the dolls in Susan's collection bears an uncanny resemblance to his mother.
S7, EP18 "The Friars Club"Jerry's new membership in the Friars Club is jeopardized when a jacket he borrowed from the club gets lost.
S7, EP19 "The Wig Master"George introduces Kramer to the person in charge of the wigs for "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.".
S7, EP20 "The Calzone"George ingratiates himself with his boss (Lee Bear) by sharing a delectable eggplant calzone with him.
S7, EP21 "The Bottle Deposit"Jerry's mechanic (Brad Garrett) steals his car; Kramer and Newman plan to return used bottles to Michigan.
S7, EP22 "The Bottle Deposit"Kramer spots Jerry's stolen car in Ohio; Elaine gives Peterman JFK's golf clubs; George is institutionalized.
S7, EP23 "The Wait Out"Jerry and Elaine get a chance for romance after George's comment to a couple (Debra Messing, Cary Elwes) leads to a breakup.
S7, EP24 "The Invitations"George searches for a way to stop his impending nuptials even as he and Susan are selecting their wedding invitations.
S8, EP1 "The Foundation"George is ready to move on after mourning the death of his fiancee, while Jerry breaks off his engagement.
S8, EP2 "The Soul Mate"George suspects the attorney for the Susan Ross Foundation believes he murdered Susan; Jerry likes his date.
S2, EP6 "The Statue"Jerry suspects his new cleaning person (Michael D. Conway) of stealing a statue he had promised to George.
S2, EP7 "The Revenge"George plots revenge on his former boss (Fred Applegate); Jerry seeks to get even with a laundromat owner (John Capodice).
S2, EP8 "The Heart Attack"Hypochondriac George gets advice from a "holistic" healer (Stephen Tabolowsky) for his claimed heart attack.
S2, EP9 "The Deal"Jerry and Elaine come up with one stipulation when they discuss getting back together as a couple.
S2, EP10 "The Baby Shower"Jerry's cable TV installer (Vic Polizos) shows up on the day Elaine is using his apartment for a baby shower.
S2, EP12 "The Busboy"George feels responsible for getting a busboy fired and tries to make it up to him.
S3, EP1 "The Note"Jerry persuades a dentist friend (Ralph Bruneau) to prescribe an expensive massage for medical reasons.
S3, EP2 "The Truth"George tries honesty when he explains to his new girlfriend (Valerie Mahaffey) why they must break up.
S3, EP3 "The Pen"Jerry and Elaine go to Florida when a condo association honors his father.
S3, EP4 "The Dog"Jerry is in charge of a troublesome dog and is stuck in his apartment, which leaves George and Elaine stranded together with very little in common.
S3, EP5 "The Library"The library has no record of Jerry returning a book he took out in 1971.
S3, EP6 "The Parking Garage"Jerry and his friends lose their car in the multilevel parking garage at a huge mall.
S3, EP7 "The Cafe"Jerry's attempt to increase business at a small cafe backfires; George regrets agreeing to an IQ test.
S3, EP8 "The Tape"Jerry is shocked to hear the naughty suggestions on his tape recorder; George sees Elaine in a new light.
S3, EP9 "The Nose Job"Jerry straddles the fence regarding his latest flame (Tawny Kitaen); George's attention is focused on his date's (Susan Diol) nose.
S3, EP10 "The Stranded"After a party, and much to the host's chagrin, Jerry and Elaine wait for Kramer to pick them up.
S3, EP11 "The Alternate Side"Elaine breaks up with her 66-year-old beau (Edward Penn), who suffers a stroke in front of Jerry's apartment.
S3, EP12 "The Red Dot"Jerry is unintentionally responsible for Elaine's romantic woes; George gives Elaine a cashmere sweater.
S3, EP13 "The Subway"Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer have unique experiences on their subway rides.
S3, EP14 "The Pez Dispenser"George worries over gaining the upper hand in his current romance.
S3, EP16 "The Fix-Up"Elaine and Jerry arrange a date for George with one of her unattached friends (Maggie Jakobson).
S3, EP17 "The Boyfriend"Jerry's baseball hero, Keith Hernandez, falls for Elaine; George schemes to extend his unemployment benefits.
S3, EP18 "The Boyfriend"Jerry's baseball hero, Keith Hernandez, falls for Elaine; George schemes to extend his unemployment benefits.
S3, EP19 "The Limo"Jerry and George commandeer a limousine headed for a neo-Nazi rally.
S3, EP20 "The Good Samaritan"Jerry tracks down a hit-and-run driver (Melinda McGraw); George skips town to escape an irate husband.
S8, EP3 "The Bizarro Jerry"Elaine's ex introduces her to two of his friends who look like George and Kramer but act like their exact opposites.
S8, EP4 "The Little Kicks"Jerry discovers a hidden talent when Kramer gets him to perform an illegal activity; George acts like a rebel.
S8, EP5 "The Package"Kramer tries to scam the post office; Elaine has a rash but has trouble finding a doctor who will treat her.
S8, EP6 "The Fatigues"The mentor of Jerry's latest girlfriend (A.J. Langer) is dating a rival (Steve Hytner); Elaine must fire a troubled employee.
S8, EP7 "The Checks"Jerry is unhappy about receiving bundles of small residual checks from a Japanese TV show; Kramer makes friends with a group of Japanese tourists.
S8, EP8 "The Chicken Roaster"Jerry and Kramer are affected when a celebrity opens a new restaurant in the neighborhood and the eatery's sign shines its neon light directly into Kramer's apartment.
S8, EP9 "The Abstinence"George's intellect benefits when his girlfriend's illness requires their abstinence; Elaine experiences the opposite effect; Jerry returns to his junior high school for career day.
S8, EP10 "The Andrea Doria"George competes for a better apartment against a survivor of the Andrea Doria; Kramer visits a vet for his cough.
S3, EP21 "The Letter"After Jerry breaks up with his new girlfriend (Catherine Keener), she resorts to someone else's words to woo him back.
S3, EP22 "The Parking Space"George and Elaine have some explaining to do when they take Jerry's car for a ride.
S4, EP1 "The Trip"When Jerry is booked to appear on "The Tonight Show,"' he takes George with him to Los Angeles to search for Kramer, who vanished in a huff months earlier.
S4, EP2 "The Trip"While in Los Angeles, Jerry and George are picked up by the police; Kramer is a suspect in a series of serial murders.
S8, EP11 "The Little Jerry"George finds his perfect woman (Andrea Bendewald); Kramer names his new pet after Jerry; Elaine dates a bald man.
S8, EP12 "The Money"Jerry's parents (Barney Martin, Liz Sheridan) think he is low on money; J. Peterman (John O'Hurley) resumes his position as Elaine's boss.
S8, EP13 "The Comeback"Jerry joins a tennis club where the pro is a lousy player; George is too late in concocting a witty comeback to an insult.
S8, EP14 "The Van Buren Boys"George interviews students for the scholarship memorializing his late fiancee; Elaine is hired to ghostwrite J. Peterman's autobiography.
S8, EP15 "The Susie"A co-worker's mistake forces Elaine to create an alternate personality; Jerry unintentionally becomes a mobster.
S8, EP16 "The Pothole"George pulls out all the stops to find a commemorative key ring he lost; Jerry drops his girlfriend's toothbrush in the toilet; Kramer adopts a highway.
S8, EP17 "The English Patient"Jerry ends up in a weightlifting contest with an older man (Lloyd Bridges); a beautiful woman (Chelsea Noble) mistakes George for her ex-boyfriend.
S8, EP18 "The Nap"George finds the ideal napping spot at work; Jerry has his kitchen rebuilt; Elaine meets a new beau (Vince Grant).
S8, EP22 "The Summer of George"George's plans for a summer getaway are foiled; Elaine's well-meaning criticism of a co-worker is not well-received.
S8, EP21 "The Muffin Tops"Elaine's new business, selling only the upper part of muffins, is challenged to dispose of the unused bottoms.
S8, EP20 "The Millennium"Newman nixes Kramer's millennium-party plans; Jerry obsesses about his position on his girlfriend's speed dial.
S7, EP3 "The Maestro"Jerry is challenged when Elaine's boyfriend insists it is impossible to rent a villa in the Tuscany region of Italy.
S7, EP2 "The Postponement"George tries to find a way to persuade Susan (Heidi Swedberg) to postpone their wedding; Elaine's dog problem is solved by a rabbi with a cable show.
S7, EP1 "The Engagement"A pact with Jerry prompts George to offer former girlfriend Susan (Heidi Swedberg) a proposal; Elaine's sleep is interrupted by a barking dog.
S2, EP11 "The Chinese Restaurant"Jerry and his friends have difficulty getting a table at a crowded Chinese restaurant.
S2, EP5 "The Apartment"Jerry encourages Elaine to move into the vacant apartment in his building.
S2, EP4 "The Phone Message"George enlists Jerry's help in removing a message that he left on a date's (Tory Polone) answering machine.
"Seinfeld"Four single friends -- comic Jerry Seinfeld, bungling George Costanza, frustrated working gal Elaine Benes and eccentric neighbor Cosmo Kramer -- deal with the absurdities of everyday life in New York City.
Four single friends -- comic Jerry Seinfeld, bungling George Costanza, frustrated working gal Elaine Benes and eccentric neighbor Cosmo Kramer -- deal with the absurdities of everyday life in New York City.
Original Air Date: Jul 5, 1989
Rating: TVPG
Playback: HD
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