Kramer chaperones Jerry's date with a Miss America hopeful.
Jerry learns his date was dumped by Newman; Kramer worries that he caused a murder; George's petty remarks causes him trouble.
Jerry accepts an invitation to help with a PBS pledge drive.
Crossed phone lines get Jerry a date and exposes the Costanza's plans to divorce.
Jerry's new couch gets Elaine a new boyfriend.
Jerry is intrigued with the possibilities when he starts dating a former Olympic gymnast.
Jerry regrets accepting an expensive suit from a comedian he doesn't like.
George claims he bought a celebrity's used car; Kramer tries to save a failing neighborhood business.
George hires an unattractive secretary.
Jerry finds an old high school classmate still disputes the outcome of a big race.
Jerry wants to date a new girlfriend's roommate.
A pair of Super Bowl tickets circulates among Jerry and his friends.
George learns the truth about a friend's illness; Kramer helps bring in a notorious scofflaw.
A special one-hour Seinfeld looks back at the first one hundred shows.
Elaine sets out to change a gay man's sexual preference.
Jerry rebels at an intimate gesture as Kramer attempts to make their building more friendly.
Jerry is intimated by Mr. Pitt's doorman.
George's new basketball teammate brings him into a new business deal.
George is upset by a girlfriend's artistic rendering of him; Jerry's flea infested apartment forces his parents into Elaine's luxury hotel suite.
Elaine's new boyfriend uses one of Jerry's intimate secrets; George's mom gets an eye job.
Jerry's plans to meet a gorgeous model for an airport rendezvous are derailed.
Elaine discovers just how avid a hockey fan her boyfriend is; George tells his girlfriend that he loves her.
When singer Bette Midler is accidentally injured in their softball game, Jerry and George are accused of conspiring to get her understudy in a new musical the starring role.