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Seinfeld is the story of a fictionalized version of stand-up comedian Jerry Seinfeld, his life in New York City and his quirky group of friends who join him in wrestling with life's most perplexing, yet often trivial questions. Often described as "a show about nothing," Seinfeld mines the humor in life's mundane situations like waiting in line, searching for a lost item, or the trials and tribulations of dating.
George enjoys the single life. Elaine takes over the catalog when J. Peterman suddenly goes missing. Kramer is taking karate lessons.
George thinks the Board of Directors are talking behind his back. Kramer has a crush on Jerry's new girlfriend. Elaine doesn't see the big deal in having a baby.
George uses Susan's death to pick up women. Elaine's new friend is Jerry's exact opposite. Jerry's new girlfriend has manly hands. Kramer pretends to work for an upscale firm.
Jerry is forced to bootleg a movie for Kramer's friend. George tries the "bad boy" image. No one has the heart to tell Elaine that she's a terrible dancer.
A mysterious package arrives for Jerry. Elaine is curious about what the doctors are writing in her records. George tries to hit on the cute girl at the "One Hour Photo" place.
Jerry's new girlfriend's mentor is dating Bania. Kramer volunteers to host a Jewish singles mixer. George tries to study up on risk management. Elaine promotes a man she is afraid to fire.
Jerry gets hundreds of royalty checks, worth 12 cents each, for appearing on a Japanese TV program and gets writer's cramp. George and Jerry pitch their pilot to Japanese TV executives.
Kenny Rogers' Roasters sets up shop across the street from Jerry and Kramer's apartment. Elaine gets comfortable in her position as president of the catalog but is quickly accused of abusing her company credit card benefits. George purposefully leaves a hat at his girlfriend's apartment in hopes that it will score another date.
Abstinence allows George to become a genius, but it turns Elaine into an idiot. Jerry gets bumped from career day at his old Jr. High School. Kramer turns his apartment into a smoking lounge and all the smoke disfigures his face.
A survivor of a shipwreck beats George out of an apartment, so George decides to tell the landlords the tragedies of his life in hopes of getting it back based on pity.
Jerry bounces a check. Kramer buys a live chicken. George dates a female convict. Elaine dates a man who shaves his head.
Jerry's parents believe he is financially unstable. Kramer has trouble sleeping with his girlfriend. Elaine enjoys her position as President of the J. Peterman catalog. George hopes to get his parents' money when they die.
George tries to come up with a good comeback after someone insults him. Elaine falls in love with a mysterious employee at the video store. Kramer wants to die a certain way. Jerry takes advice from a tennis player who stinks.
Kramer gets mixed up with a gang when he is mugged by them and mistakenly shows their secret sign.
Kramer sets his watch an hour ahead. George tries to avoid a breakup with his girlfriend. A colleague keeps calling Elaine, Susie. Jerry gambles on a basketball game, but the bookie can't pay him.
Jerry accidentally drops his girlfriends toothbrush in the toilet. George loses his car keys in a newly paved pothole. Elaine orders food from a restaurant that refuses to deliver to her area. Kramer adopts a highway.
Elaine is dragged to see the movie "The English Patient" on multiple occasions, even though she absolutely hates the film.
George takes a nap under his desk. Kramer swims in the East River. Jerry has some maintenance done on his kitchen. Elaine's new boyfriend buys her a new mattress.
George's new girlfriend keeps including "Yada Yada" in her stories. Jerry is offended by Tim Whatley's Jewish jokes. Elaine tries to help her friends adopt a baby. Kramer and Mickey fight over two women.
Kramer and Newman compete during the early planning of each of their millennium parties.
Elaine opens a new bakery that sells only the tops of the muffins.
Unemployed again, George decides to have a "memorable" summer. Jerry's new girlfriend has another dude. Kramer wins a Tony Award. A new girl at work is hostile towards Elaine.
Jason Alexander(George Louis Costanza)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus(Elaine Marie Benes)
Jerry Seinfeld(Jerry Seinfeld)
Michael Richards(Cosmo Kramer)
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