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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 tries honesty when he explains to his new girlfriend (Valerie Mahaffey) why they must break up.
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Jerry persuades a dentist friend (Ralph Bruneau) to prescribe an expensive massage for medical reasons.
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Jerry and Elaine come up with one stipulation when they discuss getting back together as a couple.
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George plots revenge on his former boss (Fred Applegate); Jerry seeks to get even with a laundromat owner (John Capodice).
aired 2 days ago
Hypochondriac George gets advice from a "holistic" healer (Stephen Tabolowsky) for his claimed heart attack.
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Jerry suspects his new cleaning person (Michael D. Conway) of stealing a statue he had promised to George.
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After a party, and much to the host's chagrin, Jerry and Elaine wait for Kramer to pick them up.
aired 2 days ago
Jerry encourages Elaine to move into the vacant apartment in his building.
aired 6 days ago
George enlists Jerry's help in removing a message that he left on a date's (Tory Polone) answering machine.
aired 6 days ago
Jerry and his friends have difficulty getting a table at a crowded Chinese restaurant.
aired 6 days ago
Jerry buys a very expensive suede jacket but learns that clothes don't always make the man.
aired 6 days ago
Jerry's cable TV installer (Vic Polizos) shows up on the day Elaine is using his apartment for a baby shower.
aired 7 days ago
Jerry feels responsible for the death of an elderly woman (Rozsika Halmos) he upset the day before.
aired 7 days ago
Jerry gives George advice on breaking up and then finds himself in the same boat.
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George and Jerry invest in falling stock after a bad tip from a stock-market shyster.
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Jerry's plans to move to a new apartment are complicated by George and Elaine.
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Jerry goes to great lengths to find and woo a woman he met at a party.
aired 8 days ago
Jerry breaks off an unusual friendship with a fellow (Kevin Dunn) he has disliked for years.
aired 8 days ago
A woman's impending visit excites Jerry, until he learns she's getting married.
aired 8 days ago
After NBC picks up Jerry and George's sitcom, the four pals are arrested for breaking the good Samaritan law.
aired 8 days ago
After NBC picks up Jerry and George's sitcom, the four pals are arrested for breaking the good Samaritan law.

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