Seinfeld: The Complete Series

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A stand-up comedian and his three offbeat friends weather the pitfalls and payoffs of life in New York City in the '90s. Seinfeld: The Complete Series Wiki

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Seinfeld is the story of a fictionalized version of stand-up comedian Jerry Seinfeld, his life in New York City and his quirky group of friends who join him in wrestling with life's most perplexing, yet often trivial questions. Often described as "a show about nothing," Seinfeld mines the humor in life's mundane situations like waiting in line, searching for a lost item, or the trials and tribulations of dating.

Episode TitleTime
Season 1, Episode 1: Seinfeld23:06
Season 1, Episode 2: The Stake Out23:01
Season 1, Episode 3: The Robbery23:02
Season 1, Episode 4: Male Unbonding23:02
Season 1, Episode 5: The Stock Tip22:59
Season 2, Episode 1: The Ex-Girlfriend22:55
Season 2, Episode 2: The Pony Remark23:01
Season 2, Episode 3: The Jacket23:00
Season 2, Episode 4: The Phone Message22:54
Season 2, Episode 5: The Apartment23:00
Season 2, Episode 6: The Statue23:02
Season 2, Episode 7: The Revenge23:00
Season 2, Episode 8: The Heart Attack23:00
Season 2, Episode 9: The Deal23:00
Season 2, Episode 10: The Baby Shower23:00
Season 2, Episode11: The Chinese Restaurant22:59
Season 2, Episode 12: The Busboy23:00
Season 3, Episode 1: The Note22:27
Season 3, Episode 2: The Truth22:27
Season 3, Episode 3: The Pen22:28
Season 3, Episode 4: The Dog22:28
Season 3, Episode 5: The Library22:27
Season 3, Episode 6: The Parking Garage22:28
Season 3, Episode 7: The Cafe22:29
Season 3, Episode 8: The Tape22:26
Season 3, Episode 9: The Nose Job22:29
Season 3, Episode 10: The Stranded23:00
Season 3, Episode 11: Alternate Side, The22:59
Season 3, Episode 12: The Red Dot22:30
Season 3, Episode 13: The Subway23:06
Season 3, Episode 14: The Pez Dispenser23:29
Season 3, Episode 15: The Suicide23:27
Season 3, Episode 16: The Fix-up23:25
Season 3, Episode 17/18: The Boyfriend, Pts. 1 & 246:29
Season 3, Episode 19: The Limo23:28
Season 3, Episode 20: The Good Samaritan23:29
Season 3, Episode 21: The Letter23:28
Season 3, Episode 22: The Parking Space23:27
Season 3, Episode 23: The Keys23:28
Season 4, Episode 1: The Trip: Part I23:28
Season 4, Episode 2: The Trip, Pt. 223:22
Season 4, Episode 3 and 4: The Pitch / The Ticket46:55
Season 4, Episode 5: The Wallet23:23
Season 4, Episode 6: The Watch23:02
Season 4, Episode 7: The Bubble Boy23:18
Season 4, Episode 8: The Cheever Letters23:29
Season 4, Episode 9: The Opera23:28
Season 4, Episode 10: The Virgin23:29
Season 4, Episode 11: The Contest23:23
Season 4, Episode 12: The Airport23:29
Jerry is ecstatic that a woman he met on the road is coming to stay with him in New York, but his flabbergasted when he discovers she's engaged to be married.
Jerry and his ex-girlfriend Elaine discover the true meaning of friendship when Jerry decides to pursue romance with a gorgeous friend of Elaine's.
When Jerry's apartment is broken into, George persuades him to look at a new one. But the decision to move sets off an unhappy chain of events as Elaine wants to rent Jerry's old place, and George really wants his new one.
Jerry finds that trying to end a friendship with Joel, a guy he's known and disliked for years, is harder than breaking up with a woman.
Jerry invests in the stock market on a hot tip from George.
Jerry's best friend George is obsessed with finding a way to break up with his overbearing girlfriend. However, after dispensing his sage advice on the topic, Jerry finds himself in a similar agonizing position with the same woman.
Jerry feels responsible for his aunt's untimely death.
While shopping with Elaine, Jerry discovers a suede jacket that is totally irresistible in spite of its hefty price tag. After buying the jacket, Jerry learns an age-old truth: Clothes don't make the man.
After mustering enough courage to call a girl for a second date, George repeatedly gets her answering machine then blurts out a nasty message. Regretting it later, he talks Jerry into helping get rid of the message before it can be heard.
Jerry has second thoughts after helping Elaine get an apartment in his building.
Elaine talks Jerry into hiring a friend who's working his way through college by cleaning people's homes. When a statue is discovered missing, he suspects the student. But Jerry is unsure how to handle getting it back.
George plots to get revenge on his boss after-being fired; Jerry and Kramer target a laundry owner who they suspect of stealing.
George, ever the hypochondriac, thinks he's having a heart attack and, at Kramer's urging, seeks the advice of a "holistic" healer.
Jerry and Elaine devise a new set of rules for their relationship.
Kramer talks Jerry into getting cable-television service from an illegal source, and the crooked cable installer shows up on the same day Jerry has given use of his apartment to Elaine for a friend's baby shower.
Jerry, George and Elaine have a harrowing experience trying to get a table without reservations at a crowded Chinese restaurant.
George feels guilty for inadvertently getting a busboy fired from his job and then tries to make it up to him. Meanwhile, Elaine spends the week with an old boyfriend who is visiting her from out of town.
To get a top-of-the-line massage free, Jerry asks his dentist friend to sign a note saying Jerry, George and Elaine need treatment from a certified physical therapist for medical reasons. When the doctor is later suspected of insurance fraud, Jerry must figure a way to save his friend's reputation and career.
After a tortuous evening with a new girlfriend, George tells her they should stop seeing each other. He then makes the mistake of accommodating her when she insists on hearing the reason. Meanwhile, Elaine bites her lip as Kramer's wild romance with her roommate heats up.
Jerry and Elaine visit Jerry's parents in Florida, where Jerry's father is being honored by his condominium association. At dinner, Jerry admires a special astronaut's pen owned by one of the association members. When Jerry accepts it as a gift, he starts a mountain of tension with his folks, who feel Jerry should have refused.
Jerry is stuck at home when he gets roped into dog-sitting a rambunctious hound. Without Jerry around, George and Elaine find they have little in common. Meanwhile, Kramer insists it's the absolute end for him and his girlfriend and that he's going to end the relationship.
The library contacts Jerry about an overdue book dating back to 1971. According to Kramer, with a fine of 5 cents a day for 20 years, the cost could come to $50,000. In a flashback to when Jerry and George were teens in high school, Jerry attempts to recall exactly when he returned the book in question.
Jerry and his friends get lost in a parking garage.
Noticing that few people stop to eat at a certain small neighborhood cafe, Jerry feels sorry for the owner and stops in to suggest ways of increasing business - which causes the restaurant to do even worse. Meanwhile, George agrees to take an I.Q. test as part of his girlfriend's research project and then fears she'll find out he's not as smart as he's been saying he is.
Jerry frantically tries to identify the mystery woman who anonymously whispered naughty suggestions into the tape recorder he used to record his stand-up comedy act. But when Elaine confides to George that the voice was hers, George sees her in a more sensual light! Hoping to impress her, he procures an ancient Chinese potion guaranteed to grow hair.
Jerry is tom between his libido and his brain when he debates whether to continue dating a sexy, gorgeous -- but self-centered and witless -- actress. Meanwhile, George can't help staring at the unusually large nose of an otherwise attractive woman he's been seeing.
Elaine and Jerry are left stranded at a party after George goes home with his date.
Jerry's car is stolen. Elaine dates an older man. Kramer gets a small role in a Woody Allen movie filmed on his and Jerry's block. George must deal with the commotion of the movie filming as he gets a job parking cars on the block.
Jerry accidentally causes Elaine's breakup with her boyfriend, a recovering alcoholic, when he resumes drinking. George shows his gratitude to Elaine for finding him a job by buying her a discounted cashmere sweater, hoping she won't notice the slight blemish in the fabric.
Riding the subway proves both boom and bust for Jerry and his friends.
Jerry's practical joke causes George problems with his new girlfriend.
Jerry frets that his creepy neighbor will awake from his coma and find out that he's been dating the sick man's passionate girlfriend. Meanwhile, Elaine is out of her mind with hunger after fasting to prepare for an ulcer test, and George delays a Caribbean vacation to consult a psychic about his fear of a plane crash.
Against their better judgment, Jerry and Elaine decide to play matchmaker for the jobless, dateless and possibly hopeless George, setting him up with a single friend of Elaine's.
While performing his comedy act, Jerry meets Keith Hernandez (as himself), the former New York Mets all-star and one of Jerry's favorite baseball players.
When George's car breaks down at the airport, Jerry coolly convinces a waiting limo driver that they are his intended passengers. Their clever ruse turns ominous, however, when they learn the real client is a neo-Nazi -- and they're en route to a rally where violent protesters are eager to get their hands on their quarry.
Jerry witnesses a hit-and-run and tracks down the driver, but his good intentions get sidetracked when he discovers she's a beautiful woman -- and willing to go out with him. Meanwhile, George flees town when he has an affair with the wife of a belligerent husband whose revenge knows no bounds.
Jerry's new girlfriend gives his friends Elaine, George and Kramer prime VIP seats to a Yankees baseball game. But when the trio is tossed out for a minor altercation, Jerry backs up his friends and calls it quits with the woman -- until she woos him back with a piece of plagiarized prose.
As Jerry settles in to watch a boxing match on TV, George and Elaine return with his borrowed car and concoct a wild story to explain why it's developed a clanking noise. In addition, the reckless George heatedly debates geometric angles with a fellow parallel parker who challenges his right to the same precious space.
When Kramer invites himself over once too often, Jerry demands he return the spare set of keys Jerry loaned to him, which virtually ends their open-door friendship. Distraught and overwrought, Kramer heads west to California and meets new and interesting people.
When Jerry is booked to appear on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno," he takes George with him to Los Angeles to search for Kramer -- who vanished in a huff months earlier only to pop up inexplicably on TV in an episode of "Murphy Brown." George and Jerry are unaware that their wayward friend is in trouble as a victim of mistaken identity. Meanwhile, George bothers every celebrity he encounters.
While searching for Kramer in Los Angeles, Jerry and George are picked up for questioning by the police, who suspect Kramer is a notorious serial killer known as the smog stranger.
Jerry and George propose to write a television series. Newman blames Kramer for his speeding ticket. Jerry and George are offered a deal at NBC.
Jerry must be at his most creative when he has to explain to his visiting parents why he isn't wearing the watch they once gave him -- a timepiece that Jerry discarded in a trashcan. And pal George stupidly throws away the pair's fledgling series commitment from a TV network.
When Jerry's mom and dad come for a visit, Jerry desperately tries to buy back the watch the bought for him, which was recovered by his Uncle Leo after Jerry had thrown it in the trash. Across town, a sweaty-palmed George tracks down a TV executive to negotiate his series deal -- at a lower figure.
Jerry agrees to make a side trip to visit a sickly fan -- who must live in a protective plastic tent -- while he and George drive up to a mountain cabin with their dates. But complications set in when Jerry gets lost while driving with Elaine, and a cigar-puffing Kramer makes an unwanted visit from out of the blue.
As he and Jerry start their script, George confronts Susan's father about the cabin fire.
A simple night out turns into a nightmare when Jerry meets Elaine at the opera -- unaware that her new boyfriend is "Crazy Joe Davola," the maniac who's been stalking him and vowing revenge for some imagined slight.
A procrastinating Jerry and George strain to think of an idea for a TV series just hours before meeting with impatient network honchos. But Jerry can't forget about his date with a beautiful young woman who confesses to him that she's still a virgin -- putting even more pressure on him.
Jerry challenges George, Kramer and Elaine to pool their money in a contest of self-denial. Meanwhile, an excited Elaine looks forward to her date with hunky John Kennedy, Jr., and a guilt-ridden George gets an eyeful when he visits his whining mother in the hospital.
On a flight home, Jerry parties in first class with a beautiful woman while Elaine suffers in a cramped coach seat next to a dead fat man. On the ground, George and Kramer scramble between airports trying to meet their friends -- until Kramer is chased onto a runway by police.

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