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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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Jerry and George commandeer a limousine headed for a neo-Nazi rally.
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Elaine and Jerry arrange a date for George with one of her unattached friends (Maggie Jakobson).
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Jerry's baseball hero, Keith Hernandez, falls for Elaine; George schemes to extend his unemployment benefits.
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Jerry's baseball hero, Keith Hernandez, falls for Elaine; George schemes to extend his unemployment benefits.
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Jerry is unintentionally responsible for Elaine's romantic woes; George gives Elaine a cashmere sweater.
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Elaine breaks up with her 66-year-old beau (Edward Penn), who suffers a stroke in front of Jerry's apartment.
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Jerry straddles the fence regarding his latest flame (Tawny Kitaen); George's attention is focused on his date's (Susan Diol) nose.
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Jerry is shocked to hear the naughty suggestions on his tape recorder; George sees Elaine in a new light.
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Jerry's attempt to increase business at a small cafe backfires; George regrets agreeing to an IQ test.
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Jerry and his friends lose their car in the multilevel parking garage at a huge mall.
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Jerry and Elaine go to Florida when a condo association honors his father.
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The library has no record of Jerry returning a book he took out in 1971.
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Jerry is in charge of a troublesome dog and is stuck in his apartment, which leaves George and Elaine stranded together with very little in common.
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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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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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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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