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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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George's date gets credit for a salad purchase; Newman once dumped Jerry's date; Kramer clashes with a former athlete.
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Kramer acts as chaperone when Jerry goes on a date with Miss Rhode Island (Marguerite MacIntyre).
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George fears Jerry's girlfriend will give his girlfriend an inaccurate description after she sees him naked.
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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.
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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.
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George learns success lies in doing the opposite of what he would normally do; Kramer appears on "Live -- Regis & Kathie Lee."
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George is forced to confront his cowardliness after he runs from a kitchen fire; Kramer dates one of Elaine's co-workers.
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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.
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Jerry becomes obsessed when his date refuses to sample his pie; a clothing store mannequin resembles Elaine .
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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.
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George poses as a marine biologist while on a date with a former college classmate (Rosalind Allen); Elaine loses her electronic organizer.
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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).
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Jerry thinks his girlfriend (Kimberly Campbell) has a fungus; George converts to the Latvian Orthodox religion.
aired 3 days ago
Elaine's American Indian friend thinks Jerry is a racist after he gives Elaine a cigar-store Indian statue as a present.
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Jerry becomes tense when he can't get his masseuse girlfriend (Jennifer Coolidge) to give him a massage.
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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.
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Jerry decides to change barbers because his has a history of giving bad haircuts; George poses as an employee after a job interview.
aired 6 days ago
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.
aired 7 days ago
Jerry and Elaine are apprehensive about being the godparents to their friends' newborn son; George is thrilled with his new parking spot.
aired 7 days ago
Jerry, Kramer and Newman (Wayne Knight) investigate their accountant's unexplained sniffles; Elaine's new boyfriend has an annoying habit.
aired 7 days ago
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.

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