Jerry's best friend George is obsessed with finding a way to break up with his overbearing girlfriend. However, after dispensing his sage advice on the topic, Jerry finds himself in a similar agonizing position with the same woman.
Jerry feels responsible for his aunt's untimely death.
While shopping with Elaine, Jerry discovers a suede jacket that is totally irresistible in spite of its hefty price tag. After buying the jacket, Jerry learns an age-old truth: Clothes don't make the man.
After mustering enough courage to call a girl for a second date, George repeatedly gets her answering machine then blurts out a nasty message. Regretting it later, he talks Jerry into helping get rid of the message before it can be heard.
Jerry has second thoughts after helping Elaine get an apartment in his building.
Elaine talks Jerry into hiring a friend who's working his way through college by cleaning people's homes. When a statue is discovered missing, he suspects the student. But Jerry is unsure how to handle getting it back.
George plots to get revenge on his boss after-being fired; Jerry and Kramer target a laundry owner who they suspect of stealing.
George, ever the hypochondriac, thinks he's having a heart attack and, at Kramer's urging, seeks the advice of a "holistic" healer.
Jerry and Elaine devise a new set of rules for their relationship.
Kramer talks Jerry into getting cable-television service from an illegal source, and the crooked cable installer shows up on the same day Jerry has given use of his apartment to Elaine for a friend's baby shower.
Elaine and Jerry are left stranded at a party after George goes home with his date.
Jerry, George and Elaine have a harrowing experience trying to get a table without reservations at a crowded Chinese restaurant.
George feels guilty for inadvertently getting a busboy fired from his job and then tries to make it up to him. Meanwhile, Elaine spends the week with an old boyfriend who is visiting her from out of town.