As George tries to put Susan behind him, Elaine is given control of J. Peterman's business.
As George frets about being suspected of killing his fiancee, Kramer falls for Jerry's new girlfriend.
Elaine meets three friends who are the exact opposite of Jerry, George and Kramer; George uses Susan's death to attract women.
Elaine's strange dancing loses her employees' respect; George cultivates a "bad boy" image; Jerry becomes an underground legend after he makes a bootleg videotape of a new movie.
George tries to woo a photo store employee with pictures of himself; Elaine discovers her reputation is making it difficult to get medical treatment; Kramer offers to get a refund for Jerry's broken stereo.
Elaine's promotion of a mail room clerk sparks a mutiny; Jerry discovers his girlfriend's mentor is dating Bania; Kramer brings Frank out of retirement to cook.
Jerry's fame in Japan endears Kramer to a group of tourists and inspires George to revive their TV pilot.
As a restaurant's bright lights keep Kramer awake, Elaine's job is threatened after she buys George an expensive hat on the company's account.
While abstinence makes George smarter, it has the opposite effect on Elaine; Kramer opens a smoker's lounge in his apartment as Jerry prepares to speak at a junior high school.
George squares off against a shipwreck survivor over a new apartment; Jerry attempts to help Newman get a much sought-after transfer to Hawaii.
As a bad check threatens to ruin Jerry's reputation, raising chickens involves Kramer in illegal cockfighting; George dates a women's prison inmate.
Jerry buys back a car his parents sold as the Costanzas decide to spend George's inheritance; Kramer can't sleep with his new girlfriend, while Peterman returns unexpectedly.
As Jerry discovers he's been duped by a hapless tennis pro, George seeks revenge against a co-worker's cutting remarks; Kramer enlists Elaine's help in drafting a living will.
Jerry new girlfriend seems to goo to be true; George awards a scholarship to an average student; Elaine turns to Kramer for help in preparing Peterman's autobiography.
While Elaine suffers in a case of mistaken identity and an ex-friend fears Jerry's retribution, George avoids a girlfriend looking to break up.
As George loses a prized keychain in a pothole, Kramer adopts a section of highway.
Elaine's opinion of a film lands her in hot water; Kramer gets stuck with a trio of Cubans cigar rollers while George is obsessed with a beautiful woman's boyfriend.
As George builds a bed underneath his desk, Elaine gets a mattress from her back-conscious new boyfriend; Jerry struggles with an indecisive carpenter, while Kramer takes extreme measures to swim.
Jerry doubts his dentist's religious conversion; Kramer and Mickey fight over a double date as Elaine undermines a couple's chances at adoption.
As Jerry lobbies for a good spot on his girlfriend's speed dial, George tries getting himself fired so he can accept a better job.
Elaine and a former boss join forces in a muffin top business; George pretends to be a tourist in order to get a date.
After getting fired from the Yankees, George uses his free time to help Jerry with a demanding girlfriend; Kramer accidentally wins a Tony Award while Elaine is accused of being mean by her co-workers.