2 Series, 12 Episodes
To get top-of-the-line massages for free, Jerry asks his dentist friend to sign a note saying he, George and Elaine need medical treatment from a certified physical therapist
After a torturous date with his accountant girlfriend, George breaks up with her. The only problem is, she was helping Jerry with his audit - and she still has all of Jerry's tax papers...
While visiting his parents in Florida with Elaine, Jerry is gifted a pen. But it creates a mountain of tension with Jerry's parents, who think he should have refused the gift.
Jerry finds himself stuck at home when he gets roped into dog-sitting a boisterous pooch. With Jerry not around, George and Elaine find that they have little in common.
Jerry contests a library fine for a book that is 20 years overdue. Thinking back to when he and George were teens in high school, Jerry attempts to recall exactly when he returned the book.
Jerry and his friends get lost in a parking garage after forgetting where they left their car
Noticing that a local café seems quiet, Jerry stops in to suggest ways to increase business - but his advice only makes things worse
After a woman leaves a provocative message on the tape recorder Jerry used to record his act, Jerry desperately tries to find her. When Elaine tells George it was her, he sees her in a new light.
Jerry is torn over whether to continue dating a gorgeous but vacuous actress. Meanwhile, George struggles to ignore the large nose of the woman he's dating.
Elaine and Jerry are left stranded at a party on Long Island after George goes home with his date
Things get complicated for Elaine after she dumps her 66-year-old boyfriend and he later has a heart attack outside of Jerry's apartment
Jerry unwittingly causes Elaine's latest break up by mistakenly giving her recovering alcoholic boyfriend a boozy drink. George gifts Elaine a sweater with a tiny flaw as thanks for getting him a job.
Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer each have their own unique adventure while separately riding the subway
Jerry's practical joke causes problems between George and his new girlfriend
Jerry worries his comatose neighbour will wake up and learn that Jerry is seeing his girlfriend. Meanwhile, Elaine goes out of her mind with hunger while fasting for an ulcer test.
Against their better judgement, Jerry and Elaine decide to play matchmaker for the jobless, dateless and possibly hopeless George
After Jerry runs into one of his favourite baseball players, Keith Hernandez, the pair agree to meet up. But when Keith falls for Elaine, Jerry finds himself competing for his new pal's time.
Jerry becomes increasingly jealous of Keith spending time with Elaine. Meanwhile, George shamelessly tries to extend his unemployment benefits by dating his unemployment officer's daughter.
When George's car breaks down at the airport, Jerry coolly commandeers a limo. The clever ruse turns ominous, though, when it turns out the limo is headed to a neo-Nazi rally.
After Jerry witnesses a hit and run, he tracks down the driver. But his good intentions get sidetracked when he discovers the culprit is a beautiful woman who is willing to date him.
Jerry sides with his friends and not his new artist girlfriend over an incident at a baseball game. The pair break up, though Jerry's opinion is swayed by what seems like a heartfelt letter from her.
As Jerry settles in to watch a boxing match on TV, George and Elaine return with both his borrowed car and a wild story they've concocted to explain why it's developed a clanking noise
When Kramer invites himself over one time too many, Jerry demands he return the spare keys that he loaned him. Distraught, Kramer takes off for California.