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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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aired 2 days ago
George ingratiates himself with his boss (Lee Bear) by sharing a delectable eggplant calzone with him.
aired 2 days ago
George searches for a way to stop his impending nuptials even as he and Susan are selecting their wedding invitations.
aired 2 days ago
Jerry and Elaine get a chance for romance after George's comment to a couple (Debra Messing, Cary Elwes) leads to a breakup.
aired 6 days ago
Kramer spots Jerry's stolen car in Ohio; Elaine gives Peterman JFK's golf clubs; George is institutionalized.
aired 6 days ago
Jerry's mechanic (Brad Garrett) steals his car; Kramer and Newman plan to return used bottles to Michigan.
aired 13 days ago
After NBC picks up Jerry and George's sitcom, the four pals are arrested for breaking the good Samaritan law.
aired 13 days ago
After NBC picks up Jerry and George's sitcom, the four pals are arrested for breaking the good Samaritan law.
aired 14 days ago
Some of the best scenes from nine seasons of "Seinfeld" are brought together in a celebration of the series.
aired 14 days ago
Some of the best scenes from nine seasons of "Seinfeld" are brought together in a celebration of the series.
aired 14 days ago
Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) begins dating his new maid (Angela Featherstone); George ponders a nickname; Elaine has to get the new area code.
aired 15 days ago
Elaine wolfs down Peterman's (John O'Hurley) pricey cheesecake; Kramer calls in "the guys" for George.
aired 15 days ago
Jerry decides to teach Uncle Leo a lesson after he catches him shoplifting at a bookstore; Elaine humiliates herself at a party.
aired 15 days ago
George learns to leave at the right moment; Jerry has a new girl (Cindy Ambuehl) with a past; Puddy (Patrick Warburton) is religious.
aired 15 days ago
Jerry buys his father (Barney Martin) an organizer but can't make him use it; Kramer retires next to the Seinfelds.
aired 16 days ago
Jerry keeps finding Kramer's hidden strongbox key; Elaine dates a mysterious man; George plans a breakup.
aired 16 days ago
Jerry is aggravated when a woman uses him as a subject for her show; Elaine doesn't understand a cartoon.
aired 16 days ago
Elaine's boyfriend, Puddy, wears a fur coat; Jerry starts living without a wallet; Newman may be evicted.
aired 16 days ago
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.
aired 16 days ago
George and his father celebrate an alternative holiday; Kramer goes back to work after a long bagel strike.
aired 19 days ago
Jerry dates a woman with few inhibitions about her body; George awaits an apology; Kramer researches short showers.
aired 19 days ago
Elaine, Jerry and George go to India for the wedding of Elaine's friend (Brenda Strong); Kramer's death threat.

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