Hill Street Blues
George is obsessed with finding a way to break up with his overbearing girlfriend. After dispensing some sage advice to George, Jerry ends up in a similar predicament - with the same woman.
Jerry feels responsible for his Aunt Manya's untimely death. And it's all because of some jokes he made about ponies and their owners...
While shopping with Elaine, Jerry discovers an incredibly expensive yet totally irresistible suede jacket. But after buying the jacket, Jerry soon learns an age-old truth: clothes don't make the man.
After George leaves a series of increasingly embarrassing voicemails for a woman he wants to ask on a second date, he talks Jerry into helping him delete them before they can be heard
Jerry has second thoughts after helping Elaine get an apartment in his building. Meanwhile, George tries a new and unusual strategy to attract women.
Jerry hires an acting student who's working his way thought college to clean his apartment. When a statue goes missing, Jerry suspects the student - but doesn't know how to handle getting it back.
George plots revenge after he quits his job, regrets it and his boss refuses to rehire him. Meanwhile, Jerry and Kramer try to get their own back on a dry cleaner they suspect of stealing.
George, ever the hypochondriac, thinks he's having a heart attack. At Kramer's urging, he seeks the advice of a 'holistic' healer.
Jerry and Elaine devise a new set of rules for their relationship, but their agreement soon creates tension
Kramer talks Jerry into getting an illegal cable TV service. When the crooked cable installer shows up, it's on the same day that Elaine is using Jerry's apartment to host a friend's baby shower.
Jerry, George and Elaine endure a series of misadventures while trying to get a table without a reservation at a crowded Chinese restaurant
George tries to make amends with a busboy who he inadvertently got fired. Meanwhile, Elaine spends the week with an old boyfriend who is visiting her from out of town.