Hill Street Blues
An injured George's walking stick helps him to get a new job, Kramer's latest shaving technique backfires, and Jerry suspects another comic is taking advantage of him
While Jerry risks losing his girlfriend over a joke, Elaine finds it hard to break up with her boyfriend. And despite being asked to leave his job, George continues to work.
Jerry accepts his girlfriend's challenge to get angry, George teams up with his father to start selling computers, and Elaine fends off advances from Mr Lippman... and his teenage son
George works to combine three of his favourite passions: having sex, eating food and watching television. Meanwhile, Kramer starts his own blood bank.
Kramer's efforts to stop his mail box getting filled with junk jeopardise Newman's job. And as Jerry tries to avoid hurting an old friend's feelings, George suspects his parents are avoiding him.
After salvaging a discarded talk show set, Kramer decides to set it up in his apartment. Meanwhile, a scheming Jerry plans to play with his girlfriend's off-limit vintage toys.
As Jerry dates a dermatologist who is unimpressed with his career, George goes to great lengths to beguile an employer and Kramer obsesses over a new meat slicer
Elaine takes Jerry and George to India to upset a rival's wedding. Kramer becomes the object of an evil birthday wish.
When he learns that an acquaintance is making amends as part of his Alcoholics Anonymous programme, George demands an apology. And Jerry is troubled by his girlfriend's frequent nudity.
Elaine gives out a fake phone number on the back of a free sandwich coupon she later wants back while George's father revives a holiday he invented to replace Christmas
As Elaine's on-again, off-again boyfriend promises Jerry a good deal on a new car, Kramer goes on an interesting test drive
Thinking her boyfriend's fur coat obnoxious, Elaine tosses it out only to find that she mistakenly threw out a friend's coat instead. Meanwhile, Jerry and George disagree over the need for a wallet.
An actor is catapulted to stardom after Jerry harshly critiques her. An enigmatic cartoon inspires Elaine. And George's latest girlfriend looks like Jerry.
While Kramer hides the keys for his new strongbox in Jerry's apartment, George and Elaine each look for ways out of their respective romantic relationships
Kramer makes a shock decision to move to Florida. And as Jerry buys his dad an electric organiser, George pretends to have a summer home in order to avoid his late fiancée's parents.
As Elaine discovers her boyfriend is deeply religious, Jerry wonders whether his latest girlfriend is being totally honest with him
After spotting Uncle Leo shoplifting at a local bookstore, Jerry turns him in. Meanwhile, George is forced to buy an expensive book after he's caught reading it in the store's bathroom.
George sets out to preserve his high score on an old arcade game. And when a serial killer goes on the loose, Jerry is forced into a relationship he'd rather not be in.
When Jerry starts dating his maid, she starts slacking off on her duties. And things don't work out the way George expected them to when he decides he wants a catchy new nickname.
Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer get stuck in standstill traffic because of the massive Puerto Rican Day parade
The first of two special episodes that look back on nine hysterical years of Seinfeld
The second of two special episodes that look back on nine hysterical years of Seinfeld
In the first episode of a two-part finale, Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer are arrested for their callous indifference to a car-jacking victim
In the final ever episode, the gang go on trial and encounter a parade of familiar faces who make them account for their actions over the past several years