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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The Butter Shave
George gets a new job after he's mistaken for being handicapped while Jerry suspects Bania is taking advantage of him; Kramer's latest shaving technique backfires as Elaine breaks up with her boyfriend during a trans-Atlantic flight.
As Jerry risks losing a girlfriend over a joke, George continues to work despite having been asked to leave; Elaine finds breaking up is hard to do as Kramer hires an assistant.
The Serenity Now
As Jerry accepts his girlfriend's challenge to get angry, George tries selling computers with his father as Elaine fends off Lippman and his teenage son.
Kramer starts his own blood bank and George works at combining, sex, food and television.
The Junk Mail
Kramer's efforts to stop junk mail jeopardizes Newman; Jerry tries to avoid hurting an old friend's feelings, while George suspects his parents are avoiding him and Elaine falls for a TV commercial personality.
The Merv Griffin Show
As Kramer puts a discarded talk show set in his apartment, Jerry schemes to play with a girlfriend's vintage toys; while Elaine deals with a scheming employee.
While Jerry dates a dermatologist to help George deceive a new employer, Kramer is obsessed with a new meat slicer.
Elaine takes Jerry and George to India to upset a rival's wedding; Kramer is the object of an evil birthday wish.
While George demands an apology, Jerry is troubled by a girlfriend's frequent nudity.
Elaine accidentally gives out a fake phone number on the back of a free sandwich coupon; George's father revives a holiday he invented to replace Christmas.
Elaine's boyfriend promises Jerry a good deal on a new car.
The Reverse Peephole
Elaine accidentally tosses out a friend's fur coat; Jerry and George disagree over the need for a wallet.
Jerry's harsh critique of an actress launches her career; an enigmatic cartoon inspires Elaine.
As Kramer hides the keys for his new strongbox in Jerry's apartment, George and Elaine each look for ways out of their respective romantic relationships.
As Kramer moves to Florida, Jerry buys his dad an electronic organizer; George pretends to have a summer home in order to avoid his late fiancee's parents.
Elaine discovers her boyfriend is very religious as Jerry wonders if his latest girlfriend has been totally honest with him.
Jerry turns in Uncle Leo for shoplifting while George is forced to buy an expensive book he was caught reading in the store's bathroom.
As George sets out to preserve his high score on an old arcade game, a serial killer's presence forces Jerry into a relationship he doesn't like.
When Jerry starts sleeping with his maid, her work begins to decline; George decides he wants a nickname.
The Puerto Rican Day
Jerry and his friends try to escape a Puerto Rican Day traffic jam.
The Clip Show, Pts. 1 & 2
A special "Seinfeld" looks back at the 9 hysterical years of production.
Finale, Pts. 1 & 2
In this final episode of the series, Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer are arrested for their callous indifference to a car jacking victim.