A stand-up comedian and his three offbeat friends weather the pitfalls and payoffs of life in New York City in the '90s.
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George gets engaged, while Elaine takes drastic measures to silence a barking dog.
Elaine is jealous over George's upcoming wedding, but George wants to postpone it.
Jerry refuses an eccentric friend's request, while George commits himself to helping a store security guard.
Grapefruit juice in George's eye unleashes a wild chain-reaction of events.
The Hot Tub
Jerry worries when Elaine hosts a marathon runner with a tendency to oversleep, while Kramer's new hot tub gets him in hot water.
The Soup Nazi
A demanding soup stand chef bans Elaine from eating his wares.
The Secret Code
George's secret bank code inadvertently becomes a dying woman's last word.
The Pool Guy
George worries about Susan becoming friendly with his pals.
As Jerry conceals how he got an unlisted phone number, Elaine's favorite birth control device is discontinued.
While helping Kramer revive an old movie theatre, George is mistaken for being insane.
George must replace a loaf of bread his parents took from Susan's mom and dad.
While leaving his car at work convinces George's bosses that he's working late, Elaine is disturbed by a bra-less acquaintance.
As Susan's friends steal their new daughter's name from George, Elaine loses an antique bike to Kramer.
The Cadillac, Pts. 1 & 2
Jerry's gift of a new car causes a problem for his dad; George angles for a date with actress Marisa Tomei.
The Shower Head
As George sets out to get his parents to move to Florida, a drug test costs Elaine her job.
While George is disturbed by a doll that looks like his mom, his dad searches for a long-lost cousin in Italy.
The Friar's Club
Jerry's relationship with Susan's best friend is impaired by a missing jacket.
Jerry ends up buying a jacket he doesn't really like; a house guest irritates George.
As George gets his boss hooked on calzones, Kramer develops an addiction to freshly dried clothes; Jerry dates a woman of unusually persuasive beauty and Elaine falls for a man's clever dating tactics.
The Bottle Deposit, Pts. 1 & 2
As George's job is jeopardized by his boss' failing memory, Kramer and Newman hatch a moneymaking scheme; Elaine's boss sends her to buy JFK's golf clubs, and Jerry's car is kidnapped by an over-protective mechanic.
The Wait Out
Jerry and Elaine take advantage of a friend's shaky marriage; Kramer's tight jeans causes problems.
As George continues to have cold feet about his wedding, Jerry meets the woman of his dreams.