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In this season 5 episode, Jerry convinces George to do the opposite of whatever his initial instincts are because he always gets in his own way when it comes to success. By doing this, George lands a girlfriend and a job with the New York Yankees.
Despite knowing how temperamental The Soup Nazi is, Elaine bangs on his counter and is rude to him. Because of this, he bans her from his store for one year.
In this season 8 episode, Jerry becomes convinced that his dentist Dr. Tim Whatley, played by Bryan Cranston, converted to Judaism just so he can tell jokes. Kramer accuses Jerry of being an anti-dentite.
In this season 7 episode, Elaine is barred from a work trip to Africa when she tests positive for opium in a drug test. It turns out that this occurred because she ate a poppyseed bagel before the test.
In this season 8 episode, Kramer adopts a stretch of highway. He decides to upkeep it himself, rather than paying for maintenance workers, which ends in disaster.
In the season 9 episode "The Butter Shave," Kramer replaces a lot of his personal hygiene products with butter and accidentally cooks himself after falling asleep while sunbathing on the roof. Newman tries to eat him.
At their friend Carol's insistence that, "You have to see the bayyyybeeee," the friends head to visit her, her husband and their new baby in The Hamptons. Unfortunately, they find the baby horribly ugly.
In this season 3 episode, Kramer gets a gig as an extra on the set of a Woody Allen movie. His famous line is "These pretzels are making me thirsty."
In this season 8 episode, Jerry shaves his chest after his current girlfriend expresses enthusiasm for a hairless dog. This ends in a "Wolfman" parody of him howling at the moon.
This classic 4 episode puts a twist on the idea of the "Bubble Boy," when the gang finds out he is actually an adult man with a horrible personality. Susan pops his bubble.
In this season 9 episode, George makes up a fake charity to donate to, after being annoyed when someone donates money in his name to charity as a holiday present. The charity is called "The Human Fund."
In one of their most famous money-making schemes, Kramer and Newman decide to haul a truck of bottles and cans to Michigan to get the 10 cent refund. This season 7 episode is a two-parter.
In this rare real-time "Seinfeld" episode, George, Elaine and Jerry wait for a table at a Chinese restaurant. In this classic season 2 episode, the trio never get seated.
In this season 8 episode, one of George's Yankees co-workers mocks him for eating all of the shrimp at a meeting by saying "Hey George, the ocean called; they're running out of shrimp." George becomes obsessed with delivering his jerk store comeback after his co-worker leaves for a new job.
In this season 3 episode, Kramer's goal is to create a cologne which captures the "essence" of the smell when you first come home from the beach. His idea is stolen by Calvin Klein after he pitches it.
Jerry has many girlfriends throughout the show, some who only appear in one episode. Rachel, who he got caught canoodling with in a theater during "Schindler's List," appears in "The Hamptons" and a few other episodes.
In "The Comeback," Elaine falls for video rental store employee Vincent based on his artistic staff picks. She later discovers that he is actually a 15-year-old boy.
This season 9 episode is also known as "The Backwards Episode," because its scenes are arranged backward. In it, the trio travel to India for the wedding of Sue Ellen Mischke, the braless O'Henry candy-bar fortune heiress.
In this season 8 episode, Elaine meets a new group of friends who appear to be the polar opposites of George, Jerry and Kramer. For example, while the new George resembles George, he generously always picks up the check in restaurants.
Frank Costanza invented a holiday called Festivus in response to the sentimentality, commercialism and religious nature of Christmas. It involves the "airing of grievances" and "feats of strength," and an aluminum pole instead of a Christmas tree.
In this season 5 episode, Kramer appears on "Regis and Kathy Lee" to promote his coffee table book about coffee tables. He ends up spitting coffee all over Kathy Lee Gifford.
Thanks to being unable to hear the suggestions of a low-talker, Jerry ends up wearing a terrible puffy shirt on "The Today Show." This was episode 2 of season 5.
This famous episode aired on May 23, 1991. In it, Jerry, George and Elaine spend the entire episode waiting for a table at a Chinese restaurant.
In the season 8 episode "The Muffin Tops," Elaine and her old boss Mr. Lippman decide that muffin tops are the best part of the muffin and all they want to sell. Unfortunately, this leaves them with countless extra muffin stumps that they can't get rid of.
In this episode, Joe Davola wants to get revenge on Jerry for ruining his NBC deal by murdering him. While dating Elaine, he also tries to trap her in his apartment.
In this season 9 episode, George pretends to be disabled at his new job. This is so he can use a private bathroom and receive other special treatment.
In this season 3 episode, the friends all have separate adventures while riding the subway. Elaine gets stuck on the subway on her way to a lesbian wedding where she is part of the wedding party.
Jerry ends up moving into Kramer's apartment after the neon sign of a Kenny Rogers Roasters chicken restaurant makes it a terrible color inside his place. He starts acting a lot like Kramer.
In this season 5 episode, George is down on his luck and living with his parents, until he meets a woman who hires him as a hand model. Unfortunately, this career is short-lived.
In this season 8 episode, Jerry is disturbed by how masculine his date's hands are. This episode is also known as the "man hands" episode.
In the episode "The Merv Griffin Show," Kramer turns his apartment into the set of the show after finding a bunch of its furniture in a dumpster. He then assumes the role of Merv Griffin, bringing confused guests onto his camera-less set.
In "The Marine Biologist," George delivers a lengthy fake monologue about saving a beached whale to a woman he was on a date with, after spending their entire date pretending to be a marine biologist. At the end of their date, they actually encounter a distressed whale on the beach, which puts George in an awkward position.
Kramer is friends with a number of odd characters throughout the series, including The Soup Nazi. Unforgiving of everyone else, he has a soft spot for Kramer, to whom he accidentally gifts an armoire full of his secret soup recipes.
In this season 8 episode, George is initially delighted to date a woman who "yada yada's" over all of the boring details of her stories. By the end of the episode, it turns out that what she is actually glossing over is the crimes she has committed.
Bizarro Jerry is a very wholesome guy. He enjoys volunteering and reading at the library in his spare time.