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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.

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Jerry begs Elaine for another chance when she reveals her true feelings about their relationship; Kramer is banned from his favorite fruit shop.
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Jerry and George produce their pilot, but George doesn't like the actor playing him; Kramer has a personal problem.
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Jerry and George produce their pilot, but George doesn't like the actor playing him; Kramer has a personal problem.
aired 1 day ago
A car valet with killer body odor leaves Jerry and Elaine gasping for breath; George sees an ex-girlfriend holding hands with someone else.
aired 2 days ago
When Jerry and Kramer observe an operation, they accidentally drop a candy into the surgical cavity.
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George's father (Jerry Stiller) is arrested when Jerry and George park his car in a handicapped spot.
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Jerry dumps his girlfriend when he finds out she may have breast implants; Kramer claims to have seen Salman Rushdie at a health club.
aired 3 days ago
Jerry and George meet with a skeptical TV executive about their show; Kramer dates Jerry's ex-girlfriend.
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An eavesdropping college reporter prints the mistaken story that Jerry and George are longtime intimate companions.
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Jerry is shadowed by a pesky comic (Barry Diamond); the gang's decision to meet for a movie begins in disaster.
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Jerry takes pity on a foreigner (Brian George) when the man's immigration papers are left in Jerry's mailbox.
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When Jerry, George and Elaine volunteer to comfort senior citizens in their homes, it leads to disaster for all.
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Elaine accidentally reveals too much cleavage on her Christmas card; Kramer is asked to pose for a risque underwear ad.
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Jerry parties it up in first class while Elaine suffers in cramped coach; Kramer is chased by the police.
aired 4 days ago
Jerry challenges George, Kramer and Elaine to a contest of self-denial; Elaine looks forward to a special date.
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Jerry and George must think of an idea for a TV series before meeting with network bigwigs.
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A night at the opera turns into a nightmare when Jerry meets Elaine's new boyfriend (Peter Crombie).
aired 5 days ago
Jerry and George try to write the pilot for their series; Kramer solicits cigars from the Cuban consulate.
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Jerry tries to buy back the watch his parents gave him; George attempts to renegotiate his network deal.
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Jerry tries to explain to his visiting parents (Liz Sheridan, Barney Martin) the whereabouts of a gift they once gave him.
aired 8 days ago
Jerry gets lost en route to visiting a sick fan who must live in a protective plastic bubble.

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