2 Series, 12 Episodes
When Jerry is booked to appear on a talk show in LA, he takes George with him in order to search for Kramer, who inexplicably appeared on a TV show after vanishing in a huff months ago
While in LA, Jerry and George are picked up for questioning by police, who suspect that Kramer is a notorious serial killer known as the 'smog strangler'
Jerry and George pitch their idea for a new TV show after Jerry is approached by network executives
Jerry and George are surprised to be offered a deal for the TV show they pitched. Meanwhile, Newman blames Kramer for his speeding ticket.
Jerry gets creative when he explains to his visiting parents why he isn't wearing a watch they bought him, despite having actually thrown it away. And George puts his and Jerry's TV deal in jeopardy.
Jerry desperately tries to buy back the watch his parents bought him from his Uncle Leo, who recovered the timepiece from a bin. Meanwhile, George tries to renegotiate his and Jerry's TV deal.
Jerry agrees to visit a sickly fan while en-route to a mountain cabin he and George are staying in with their dates. But things get complicated when Jerry gets lost and Kramer makes an unwanted visit.
As he and Jerry begin writing the script for their TV show, George also has to confront his girlfriend's father about what happened at the mountain cabin
A simple night out turns nightmarish when Jerry meets Elaine at the opera, unaware that her new boyfriend is a stalker who's been vowing revenge on him for some imagined slight
Just hours before a network meeting, Jerry and George find themselves still struggling to come up with ideas for their TV show. And Jerry dates a woman who tells him that she's a virgin.
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 John F Kennedy Jr.
On a flight home, Jerry sits in first class next to a beautiful woman while Elaine suffers in the cramped economy cabin. On the ground, George and Kramer scramble to meet their friends.
Elaine is mortified when she sends everyone she knows Christmas cards that have an unintentionally revealing photo of her on their covers. Jerry tries to convince his girlfriend that he's hygienic.
In a comedy of errors, Jerry's attempts to squeeze in two comedy appearances on opposite sides of town, as well as a film viewing with his friends, only lead to frustration
Jerry tries to help a man whose important immigration papers were mistakenly left in Jerry's mailbox. Meanwhile, George's plan to make his girlfriend think he's funny backfires.
Jerry and George scramble to keep their TV show alive when they meet with a TV executive who catches the pair behaving inappropriately. Kramer's new girlfriend becomes obsessed with Elaine's shoes.
When an eavesdropping reporter mistakenly puts in print that Jerry and George are in a long-term relationship, Jerry vainly works overtime to prove his heterosexuality
Good Samaritans Jerry, George and Elaine volunteer to help senior citizens in their homes, but things go disastrously for all
Jerry asks Elaine to investigate whether or not his girlfriend has breast implants. Meanwhile, George spots an opportunity to get closer to his girlfriend after the death of her aunt.
Elaine's interest in her ex is rekindled when she visits him in hospital and finds he's lost weight. Later, Jerry and Kramer are left worried after an incident involving the ex and a stray mint.
A car valet's pungent odour haunts Jerry and Elaine after the smell permeates Jerry's car
When a disabled woman is injured as a result of George illegally parking his father's car in a disabled parking spot, an angry mob descends on the vehicle, and George's father ends up in trouble
As casting for the pilot episode of Jerry and George's TV show gets underway, Kramer lobbies to play the part that's based on him. Meanwhile, the TV network's President pressures Elaine to date him.
Filming finally begins for Jerry and George's TV pilot. Later, Jerry and his friends gather to watch the completed episode and wait to hear whether the network will pick up the show for a full series.