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Part 1 of two. The gang plans a trip to Paris to celebrate after NBC picks up Jerry and George's sitcom. But there's an in-flight emergency, stranding them in a small town. Kramer: Michael Richards. George: Jason Alexander. Elaine: Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
Elaine hangs out with men who are opposites of Jerry, George and Kramer; Kramer stumbles into a white-collar job; Jerry finds a flaw in Elaine's beautiful friend. Gillian: Kristin Bauer. Kevin: Tim DeKay. Feldman: Pat Kilbane. Gene: Kyle T. Heffner.
Elaine's staff loses respect for her after seeing her dance; George benefits socially when Elaine labels him a "bad seed"; Kramer's friend forces Jerry into crime. Brody: Neil Giuntoli. Anna: Rebecca McFarland. Dugan: Joe Urla. Frank: Jerry Stiller. Elaine (more…)
An employee's military bent scares Elaine; Kramer cooks for a Jewish singles night; Jerry finds fault with his girlfriend's mentor. Eddie: Ned Bellamy. Abby: A.J. Langer. Bania: Stephen Hytner. Cynthia: Katie Layman. Kramer: Michael Richards.
Elaine's review of a film loses her friends; a woman mistakes George for her boyfriend; Jerry visits his parents in Florida. Izzy: Lloyd Bridges. Danielle: Chelsea Noble. Blaine: Todd Jeffries. Morty: Barney Martin. George: Jason Alexander.
Jerry tries to help Newman get transferred; George trades tales with a shipwreck survivor to obtain a dream apartment; Kramer coughs like a dog; a minor insult has a major effect on Elaine. Eldridge: Ray Stricklyn. Newman: Wayne Knight.
George finds a new romance---in a women's prison; Kramer buys a chicken, then puts his fowl to foul use; Elaine encourages her shaved-headed beau to grow back his hair. Celia: Andrea Bendewald. Kurt: John Michael Higgins. George: Jason Alexander.
Kramer arranges to die with dignity; Jerry learns his tennis consultant is a lousy player; George becomes obsessed with responding to an insult long after the fact; Elaine offends her video advisor. Milos: Mark Harelik. Shellbach: Ben Stein.
George adopts his girlfriend's verbal shorthand; Jerry suspects a comic motive behind his dentist's conversion to Judaism; double-daters Kramer and Mickey don't know whose date is whose. Beth: Debra Messing. Tim: Bryan Cranston. George: Jason Alexander.
George pretends he's a tourist to bond with a tourism worker; Elaine's former boss steals her million-dollar idea, while Kramer promotes a bus tour about the life of Elaine's current boss; Jerry shaves his chest hair. Mary Anne: Rena Sofer. George: Jason A (more…)
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- Premiered: July 5, 1989
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: The landmark Jerry Seinfeld-Larry David creation about four neurotic New Yorkers was ostensibly about nothing, but of course was uniquely something: the master of sitcom domain (earning 10 Emmys over its nine-year run) that its star described as 'micro-con… (more)