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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 is dismayed because one of the dolls in Susan's collection bears an uncanny resemblance to his mother.
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Jerry pays a price for mocking his uncle (Len Lesser) on "The Tonight Show"; tenants hate new shower heads.
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Jerry buys his parents (Barney Martin, Liz Sheridan) a Cadillac, which only complicates their lives; George rethinks his engagement.
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Jerry buys his parents (Barney Martin, Liz Sheridan) a Cadillac, which only complicates their lives; George rethinks his engagement.
aired 2 days ago
A girlfriend (Lisa Deanne) piques Jerry's interest by always wearing the same dress; Kramer expects Elaine to honor an offer made in jest.
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A caddie (Armin Shimerman) helps Kramer improve his golf game; George is considered for a promotion at work.
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A loaf of rye bread becomes a point of contention when George's and Susan's parents have dinner together.
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Lloyd Braun (Matt McCoy) gets Jerry packs of a special brand of Chinese gum; George runs into a former neighbor.
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Elaine realizes that the manufacturer of her birth control device has gone out of business and its product is in limited supply.
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The swimming pool maintenance man (Carlos Jacott) at Jerry's health club is convinced he is Jerry's best friend.
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George tries to conceal his ATM code from his fiancee, Susan (Heidi Swedberg); Elaine is intrigued by a man she met at a party.
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Jerry must choose between his girlfriend (Alexandra Wentworth) and a bowl of soup when a vendor (Larry Thomas) refuses to serve her.
aired 4 days ago
Jerry tries to ensure that Elaine's houseguest (Jeremiah Birkett) doesn't sleep through the New York Marathon.
aired 4 days ago
An uncontrollable wink creates problems for George and Kramer.
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Jerry is challenged when Elaine's boyfriend insists it is impossible to rent a villa in the Tuscany region of Italy.
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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.
aired 7 days ago
A pact with Jerry prompts George to offer former girlfriend Susan (Heidi Swedberg) a proposal; Elaine's sleep is interrupted by a barking dog.
aired 7 days ago
Elaine's boyfriend shows his support for a hockey team by painting his face and taunting opposing fans.
aired 7 days ago
Highlights of the funniest moments from the first 100 episodes, including the characters' botched relationships and catchphrases.
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Highlights of the funniest moments from the first 100 episodes, including the characters' botched relationships and catchphrases.
aired 8 days ago
George and Jerry are suspected of roughing up Bette Midler in a softball game, giving Jerry's girlfriend, Bette's understudy, a chance to take the stage.

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