Hill Street Blues
Jerry learns an uncomfortable secret about his relationship with Elaine. The revelation also leaves George questioning the relationship he has with his girlfriend.
Jerry is coerced into wearing a ridiculous shirt designed by Kramer's girlfriend during his appearance on a daytime TV show. Meanwhile, George embarks on a new career as a hand model.
George's stolen glasses set off a bizarre chain of events that have an impact on the whole gang
Worried about their investments, Jerry, Kramer and Newman stick their noses into their accountant's business to work out whether the man's sniffle may be related to something he snorted
Jerry and Elaine agree to be godparents to a couple's newborn boy, but are apprehensive about the duties they have to perform at the baby's first religious ceremony
George tries to capitalise on Jerry's date with a woman who is deaf, while Kramer aspires to become the first ball man at the US Open Tennis Championships
Kramer's friends are hooked on the frozen yogurt store he invests in. But when Jerry and Elaine put on weight, they suspect that the shop's supposed non-fat yogurt isn't all that it claims to be...
Jerry frets over leaving his incompetent barber for someone who won't give him a disastrous haircut. And George's job interview leaves him more than slightly confused.
Elaine worries about her boyfriend's name, which he unfortunately shares with a notorious serial killer. Meanwhile, Jerry yearns for a massage from his new girlfriend.
Jerry is interested in Elaine's newly single friend Winona. But instead of impressing her, he comes off as racially insensitive when he buys Elaine an offensive statue as a gift.
In the name of love, George goes through the process of converting to the Latvian Orthodox religion
Elaine agonises over a woman's refusal to pass her some toilet paper when she finds her stall lacking. And Elaine's hunky new boyfriend has George acting all giddy.
En route to a dinner party, Elaine and Jerry pair off to find the perfect dessert, while Kramer and George search for the right wine. But nothing seems to work out the way any of them planned.
Romance begins to blossom between George and his former college classmate Diane after Jerry falsely tells her that George is a successful marine biologist
Jerry obsessively worries when he takes his date to a restaurant famous for their pie and she refuses to eat a piece. Meanwhile, Elaine discovers that several shop mannequins look similar to her.
Kramer causes problems for a colleague when he's hired as a stand-in on a soap opera. And George is ready to break up with his girlfriend - until he discovers she's being urged to do the same.
Jerry lets his girlfriend pose as his wife so that she can receive his dry-cleaning discount, but the scheme soon backfires
While Jerry's parents are in town, Kramer and Jerry's father concoct a scheme to sell the latter's vintage raincoats. Inspired by the pair, George decides to sell his dad's old duds too.
George tries to buy back his father's clothes after his father notices that they are missing, the moneymaking scheme Kramer and Jerry's father concocted derails, and Newman causes havoc for Jerry
George panics during a fire at his girlfriend's son's birthday party, and bolts for an escape route. Kramer's date threatens to ruin Jerry's act at a comedy club thanks to her unintentional heckling.
Jerry and his friends go on an ill-fated weekend trip to the beach. George battles with the effect a dip in cold water has on him while Kramer goes lobster fishing.
George turns his life around when he decides to do the opposite of what his instincts tell him. Meanwhile, Kramer appears on TV to promote his new book.