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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 finds his perfect woman (Andrea Bendewald); Kramer names his new pet after Jerry; Elaine dates a bald man.
aired 2 days ago
George competes for a better apartment against a survivor of the Andrea Doria; Kramer visits a vet for his cough.
aired 2 days ago
George's intellect benefits when his girlfriend's illness requires their abstinence; Elaine experiences the opposite effect; Jerry returns to his junior high school for career day.
aired 2 days ago
Jerry and Kramer are affected when a celebrity opens a new restaurant in the neighborhood and the eatery's sign shines its neon light directly into Kramer's apartment.
aired 3 days ago
George begins to wonder what his new girlfriend (Suzanne Cryer) isn't telling him when she says, "Yada, yada, yada."
aired 3 days ago
George finds the ideal napping spot at work; Jerry has his kitchen rebuilt; Elaine meets a new beau (Vince Grant).
aired 3 days ago
Jerry ends up in a weightlifting contest with an older man (Lloyd Bridges); a beautiful woman (Chelsea Noble) mistakes George for her ex-boyfriend.
aired 3 days ago
George pulls out all the stops to find a commemorative key ring he lost; Jerry drops his girlfriend's toothbrush in the toilet; Kramer adopts a highway.
aired 4 days ago
A co-worker's mistake forces Elaine to create an alternate personality; Jerry unintentionally becomes a mobster.
aired 4 days ago
George interviews students for the scholarship memorializing his late fiancee; Elaine is hired to ghostwrite J. Peterman's autobiography.
aired 4 days ago
Jerry is unhappy about receiving bundles of small residual checks from a Japanese TV show; Kramer makes friends with a group of Japanese tourists.
aired 4 days ago
The mentor of Jerry's latest girlfriend (A.J. Langer) is dating a rival (Steve Hytner); Elaine must fire a troubled employee.
aired 5 days ago
Kramer tries to scam the post office; Elaine has a rash but has trouble finding a doctor who will treat her.
aired 5 days ago
Jerry discovers a hidden talent when Kramer gets him to perform an illegal activity; George acts like a rebel.
aired 5 days ago
Elaine's ex introduces her to two of his friends who look like George and Kramer but act like their exact opposites.
aired 5 days ago
George suspects the attorney for the Susan Ross Foundation believes he murdered Susan; Jerry likes his date.
aired 6 days ago
George is ready to move on after mourning the death of his fiancee, while Jerry breaks off his engagement.
aired 6 days ago
George searches for a way to stop his impending nuptials even as he and Susan are selecting their wedding invitations.
aired 9 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 9 days ago
George ingratiates himself with his boss (Lee Bear) by sharing a delectable eggplant calzone with him.
aired 9 days ago
Kramer spots Jerry's stolen car in Ohio; Elaine gives Peterman JFK's golf clubs; George is institutionalized.

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