Hill Street Blues
George gets engaged while Elaine takes drastic measures to silence a barking dog
Elaine is jealous over George's upcoming wedding, but all George wants to do is find a way to postpone it
While George commits himself to helping a store security guard, Elaine dates an eccentric orchestra conductor and Jerry becomes determined to disprove what he sees as an outlandish claim
A stray squirt of grapefruit juice into George's eye unleashes a wild chain reaction of events. And Jerry's new diet causes issues with his new girlfriend - who also happens to be Elaine's cousin.
Kramer's new hot tub lands him in hot water. Meanwhile, Jerry worries when Elaine hosts a marathon runner with a tendency to oversleep.
A demanding soup stand chef not only refuses to serve Jerry's new girlfriend, but also bans Elaine from ever eating his food again
George refuses to give his fiancée Susan the code for his bank card. And Jerry is hired to do a commercial for appliance dealer Leapin' Larry.
While George worries about Susan becoming friendly with his pals, Jerry struggles to discourage his health club's recently fired pool man from attempting to join the gang
As Jerry conceals how he got his hands on an unlisted phone number, Elaine learns that her favourite birth control device has been discontinued
Jerry is pressured into buying imported chewing gum, George's former neighbour worries that he's on the verge of a breakdown, and Kramer attempts to revive an old movie theatre
A loaf of rye bread becomes a point of contention when George and Susan's parents have dinner together
When George leaves his car at work over the course of several days, his bosses are convinced he's working late. Meanwhile, Elaine is irritated by a bra-less acquaintance.
Susan's expecting friends steal the name that George told them he'd like to one day name his firstborn. And Elaine and Kramer feud over an antique bike.
Jerry buys his parents a Cadillac, but the gift only seems to cause problems. George reconsiders his engagement as he angles for a date with actress Marisa Tomei.
George tries to get his parents to move to Florida, a drug test jeopardises Elaine's job, and Kramer and Jerry are made miserable by their building's new low-flow showerheads
While George is disturbed to discover a doll that looks eerily like his mother, his father goes to Italy to search for a long-lost cousin
Both Jerry's fledgling relationship with Susan's best friend and his membership of an exclusive club are jeopardised by a missing jacket. Kramer's new sleep pattern causes his some big problems.
Jerry feels pressured to buy a jacket he's not keen on when Elaine takes a liking to the jacket and the shop's salesman. And George isn't too thrilled with his new house guest: a musical's wig master.
As George's boss gets hooked on calzones, Kramer becomes obsessed with freshly dried laundry. Meanwhile, Jerry dates a woman whose beauty persuades people to do as she asks.
Elaine is sent by her boss to buy John F Kennedy's golf clubs at an auction, Jerry's car is kidnapped by a temperamental mechanic, and Kramer and Newman hatch a new moneymaking scheme
When Jerry and Elaine learn that an attractive married couple's relationship is on the rocks, they try to take advantage of the situation. And Kramer's new - and very tight - jeans cause him problems.
As George continues to have cold feet about his upcoming wedding, Jerry meets the woman of his dreams