Jerry learns an uncomfortable secret about his romance with Elaine.
Jerry is coerced into wearing a ridiculous "puffy" shirt designed by Kramer's girlfriend when he appears on the NBC News' "Today" with Bryant Gumbel.
George's stolen glasses set off a bizarre chain of events.
Worried about their investments, Jerry, Kramer and Newman search for clues to determine if their accountant's unexplained sniffle could be related to something he may have snorted.
Jerry and Elaine agree to be godparents to a couple's newborn boy, but they're apprehensive about the duties they must perform at the baby's first religious ceremony.
George tries to capitalize on Jerry's date with a deaf woman.
Jerry and Elaine question Kramer's claim about a non-fat yogurt.
Jerry frets over leaving his incompetent barber; George gets a job.
Jerry yearns for a massage from his new girlfriend; Elaine worries about her new boyfriend's name.
Elaine's Native American friend Winona thinks Jerry is racially insensitive when he presents Elaine with a cigar-store Indian statue as a peace offering after not driving her home from George's place.
In the name of love, George goes through the process of converting to the Latvian Orthodox religion.
Elaine agonizes over a woman's refusal to pass her some toilet tissue when she finds that her restroom stall is lacking. Meanwhile, Kramer convinces Jerry that his girlfriend Jane makes a living telling phone secrets, and George acts giddy around Elaine's new hunky boyfriend.
En route to a dinner party, Elaine and Jerry pair off to find a perfect dessert, while Kramer and George search for the right wine -- only nothing seems to work out the way they planned.
Romance starts to blossom between George and his former college classmate Diane, after Jerry falsely tells her that George is a successful marine biologist. Meanwhile, Elaine's electronic organizer injures an innocent passerby when it is thrown out of the window of a moving limousine.
Jerry obsessively worries when he takes his date to a restaurant famous for their apple pie and she refuses to eat a piece; meanwhile, Elaine discovers that a mannequin resembling her has been showing up in quite a few window displays.
When Kramer is hired as a stand-in on a soap opera, he befriends a "little person." But his advice on how to look taller doesn't sit well with the midget's other friends. Elsewhere, George is ready to break up with his girlfriend until he discovers that she's being urged to call it quits with him.
Jerry let his girlfriend pose as his wife so that she can receive his dry-cleaning discount. But the scam backfires when his family learns of his "marriage" and Meryl discovers some unexpected items in Jerry's laundry. Elsewhere, a guy at the health club whom Elaine wants to date has some damaging information about George.
Kramer's moneymaking scheme to sell vintage raincoats designed by Jerry's dad backfires.
George panics during a fire at his girlfriend's son's birthday party and bolts for an escape route, while Kramer's girlfriend has a heckling laugh that threatens to ruin Jerry's act at a comedy club.
Jerry and his friends take an ill-fated trip to the beach.
George does the opposite and turns his life around.