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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
Year: 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 2: The Stakeout

31 May 1990
Jerry and George stake out the lobby of an office building to find a woman Jerry met at a party but whose name and phone number he didn't get.

Season 1, Episode 3: The Robbery

7 June 1990
After Jerry's apartment is robbed, Jerry starts to look for other apartments. But Jerry and George both want the same apartment, and Elaine wants the apartment of whomever loses out.

Season 1, Episode 4: Male Unbonding

14 June 1990
Jerry tries various excuses to avoid meeting with an old friend with whom he no longer shares any interests.

Season 1, Episode 5: The Stock Tip

21 June 1990
Jerry becomes apprehensive when he and George buy stock and the price falls while the person who suggested the stock is in a coma and can't tell them when to sell.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Ex-Girlfriend

23 January 1991
After George breaks up with his girlfriend, Jerry decides that he wants to see her.

Season 2, Episode 2: The Pony Remark

30 January 1991
Jerry fears that an inappropriate comment he made at a dinner party caused his relative's subsequent death.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Busboy

26 June 1991
George tries to apologize to a busboy after one of his comments got him fired, but he only makes things worse. Elaine tries to get one of her male friends out of her house.

Season 2, Episode 4: The Baby Shower

16 May 1991
Kramer convinces Jerry to get illegal cable. Elaine holds a baby shower for a former girlfriend of George, on whom he wants revenge for a callous incident.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Jacket

6 February 1991
Jerry wears an expensive jacket when he meets Elaine's father, but an argument ensues when Jerry is reluctant to wear it outside during a snowfall.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Chinese Restaurant

23 May 1991
Jerry, George and Elaine wait for a table at a Chinese restaurant.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer (credit only)

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

James Hong ... Bruce
David Tress ... Mr. Cohen

Judy Kain ... Lorraine
Kate Benton ... Woman on Phone
Michael Mitz ... Phone Guy
Kendall McCarthy ... Man
Norman Brenner ... Man Waiting in Restaurant (uncredited)

Larry David ... Man at Table (voice) (uncredited)

Steve Landesberg ... Cameo (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Phone Message

13 February 1991
George leaves several awkward messages on a girlfriend's answering machine, then decides to steal the tape.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Apartment

4 April 1991
When an apartment becomes available in Jerry's building, he helps Elaine get it, only to regret his decision to do so. George starts wearing a wedding ring because he's heard that it helps single guys pick up women.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Tony Plana ... Manny

Glenn Shadix ... Harold

Jeanine Jackson ... Roxanne

Leslie Neale ... Rita

Theresa Randle ... Janice

Patricia Ayame Thomson ... Susie (as Patricia Amaye Thomson)
Mel Ryane ... Joanne (as Melody Ryane)
David Blackwood ... Stan

Lauren Bowles ... Blonde Longhaired Woman (uncredited)
Joan Van Horn ... Mother with Baby (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Statue

11 April 1991
A statue wanted by George is stolen from Jerry's apartment by the boyfriend of a writer Elaine is working with.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Michael D. Conway ... Ray
Nurit Koppel ... Rava
Norman Brenner ... Man Sitting in Diner (uncredited)
Troy Martin ... Man in Elevator (uncredited)

Jarion Monroe ... Man in Elevator (uncredited)
Karen Wilkie ... Woman in Audience (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Heart Attack

25 April 1991
George thinks he suffered a heart attack, only to discover inflamed tonsils instead, and seeks alternative medicine to help him.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Revenge

18 April 1991
George takes revenge on his boss for not hiring him back after he quit and being rude to him, and Jerry and Kramer take revenge on a dry cleaner after Jerry accuses him of stealing $1,500 from his laundry bag.

Season 2, Episode 13: The Deal

2 May 1991
Jerry and Elaine believe that they have found a fool-proof way to start having sex again but still remain just friends, but they quickly start encountering problems.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Note

18 September 1991
Jerry and George get their dentist in trouble while trying to get free massages. George feels uncomfortable getting a massage from a man. Kramer sees Joe DiMaggio in a donut shop.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Truth

25 September 1991
A bad breakup between George and his girlfriend leads to tax troubles for Jerry.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Pen

2 October 1991
Jerry and Elaine travel to Florida for a dinner in honor of his father. Jerry gets into an argument with a neighbor of his parents over an "astronaut pen."

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer (credit only)

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza (credit only)

Barney Martin ... Morty

Liz Sheridan ... Helen
Sandy Baron ... Jack Klompus

Ann Morgan Guilbert ... Evelyn (as Ann Guilbert)

Len Lesser ... Leo

Annie Korzen ... Doris
Magda Harout ... Stella
Roger Nolan ... The Chiropractor

Tucker Smallwood ... The Photographer

Larry David ... Heckler (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Dog

9 October 1991
Jerry is forced to care for the disobedient dog of a man he met on a plane.

Season 3, Episode 5: The Library

16 October 1991
The fate of people from Jerry's and George's past is revealed as Jerry is forced to account for an overdue book from 1971. Kramer falls for a librarian. Elaine fears trouble at work.

Season 3, Episode 6: The Parking Garage

30 October 1991
The four get stuck in a parking garage for hours when they forget where they parked.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza
David Dunard ... Security Guard

Cynthia Ettinger ... Michele
Gregory T. Daniel ... Man in Corvette (as Gregory Daniel)

Carlyle King ... The Mother

Adam Wylie ... The Kid

Joe Farago ... Man with Woman
Ron Evans ... Bodybuilder

Tucker Smallwood ... Man in Mercedes

Larry Charles ... Unresponsive Man (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Cafe

6 November 1991
Jerry tries to help a new immigrant restaurant owner across the street from him. George, afraid of embarrassment, asks Elaine to take an IQ test for him.

Season 3, Episode 8: The Tape

13 November 1991
George orders hair growing cream from China. Jerry is mesmerized by a dirty message left on a tape recorder from his last performance. George becomes infatuated with Elaine.

Season 3, Episode 9: The Nose Job

20 November 1991
Jerry dates a vacuous actress and struggles with overcoming his sexual desire for her. George dates a woman with a large nose, who decides to get a nose job after a careless comment from Kramer.

Season 3, Episode 10: The Stranded

27 November 1991
Jerry and Elaine are stranded at a party in Long Island waiting for Kramer after George leaves with a woman from his office. George has an argument with a cashier over change.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Alternate Side

4 December 1991
Jerry's car is stolen. Elaine dates an older man. Kramer gets a small role in a Woody Allen movie filmed on his and Jerry's block. George must deal with the commotion of the movie filming as he gets a job parking cars on the block.

Season 3, Episode 12: The Red Dot

11 December 1991
George gets a job at Elaine's office and gets involved with the cleaning woman. Elaine's boyfriend is a recovering alcoholic who falls off the wagon because of Jerry's carelessness. George buys Elaine a marked-down cashmere sweater.

Season 3, Episode 13: The Subway

8 January 1992
Jerry, George, Kramer, and Elaine leave the comfort of Jerry's building and take to the New York subway. But comedy abruptly ensues as our characters embark on their individual adventures.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Ernie Sabella ... Naked Man
Barbara Stock ... Scam Woman

Rhoda Gemignani ... Woman With Elaine

Mark Boone Junior ... OTB Patron
Chris Latta ... Thug (as Christopher Collins)
Barry Vigon ... Horse Player #1
Joe Restivo ... Horse Player #2

Daryl Keith Roach ... Blind Violinist / Cop (as Daryl Roach)
Chet Nelson ... Kid

Larry David ... Subway Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Peter Mehlman ... Smelly Passenger (uncredited)
Dan Studney ... Man fighting with Kramer over newspaper (uncredited)
Jennifer Winter ... Woman on Subway with Elaine (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Pez Dispenser

15 January 1992
In this episode, Kramer joins the Polar Bears and Jerry obsesses over a hard to load Pez Dispenser. While George struggles to get "hand" from his pianist girlfriend whose concert is ruined due to Elaine's, "Pez induced laughter."

Season 3, Episode 15: The Suicide

29 January 1992
After a suicide attempt by Jerry's neighbor lands him in a coma, Jerry begins a relationship with his girlfriend. George visits a psychic who predicts trouble on his upcoming trip. Elaine agonizes over having to fast before surgery.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Gina Gallego ... Gina
Mimi Lieber ... Rula

Wayne Knight ... Newman
C.E. Grimes ... Martin
Howard Schechter ... Doctor
Aimee Aro ... Faithy

Peggy Lane ... Nurse (as Peggy Lane O'Rourke)
Ruth Greenspan ... Woman in Hallway (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Fix Up

5 February 1992
Jerry and Elaine fix George up with a friend of hers.

Season 3, Episode 17: The Boyfriend: Part 1

12 February 1992
In the first hour-long episode, Jerry hooks up with Keith Hernandez at the gym. He tries to meet with Keith only to be shunned because Keith is infatuated with Elaine. George tries to keep his unemployment money coming in when he tells the unemployment officer that he got a job with "Vandelay Industries", a company that manufactures latex. Kramer and Newman recall an incident in which Keith spit on them after a really bad Mets game. The details of the incident strangely mirror that of the JFK assassination.

Season 3, Episode 18: The Boyfriend: Part 2

12 February 1992
Jerry becomes increasingly jealous of Elaine's relationship with Keith Hernandez. The unemployed George Constanza schemes to collect unemployment checks, while the illustrated JFK "second spitter theory" is further investigated.

Season 3, Episode 19: The Limo

26 February 1992
George meets Jerry at the airport as scheduled but his car broke down on the way there and now don't have a way to get back. When Jerry notices a limo driver waiting for someone named O'Brien, he knows the passenger will never show up since he was supposed to be on Jerry's flight but refused boarding. George has a solution to their problem - just tell the driver he's O'Brien and they'll get a free ride into Manhattan. When the driver tells them he's taking them to Madison Square Garden, they assume they're going to see a Knicks-Bulls game. They're joined by an interesting pair of bodyguards and soon realize that it's not a basketball game they're going to.

Season 3, Episode 20: The Good Samaritan

4 March 1992
Jerry trails a hit-and-run driver but is attracted to her and begins dating her; he later learns her victim was a longtime quarry and dates the latter as well. Kramer begins having seizures whenever he hears Mary Hart's voice.

Season 3, Episode 21: The Letter

25 March 1992
Jerry learns that his new artist friend, from whom George has been forced to buy a painting, plagiarized a letter to keep him from breaking up with her. Elaine refuses to remove her Baltimore Orioles cap during a New York Yankees game.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Richard Fancy ... Mr. Lippman

Catherine Keener ... Nina
Richard Venture ... Leonard West

Elliott Reid ... Mr. Armstrong
Justine Johnston ... Mrs. Armstrong

Shashawnee Hall ... Usher
Gary Gray ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)

Marsha Mason ... Jennie MacLaine (voice) (uncredited)
Phil Rizzuto ... TV Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Parking Space

22 April 1992
Coming from an outing to a flea market in New Jersey, Elaine and George damage Jerry's car when George drives over a large pothole. When they get to his apartment they conveniently find a parking space right in front of Jerry's building. As George tries to back in however, someone tries to take the spot by driving in nose first. With neither car able to park, it leads to an all day argument. Elaine meanwhile has to come with a story about the damage to the car.

Season 3, Episode 23: The Keys

6 May 1992
Jerry is fed up with Kramer coming into his apartment any time he feels like it and asks him to return his spare set of keys. Kramer begrudgingly complies but then lets it be known that he's leaving for California. As for the others, the one key swap leads to multiple exchanges on pretty well everyone's part. When Jerry forgets his keys, he gets George to let him into Elaine's apartment so her can get his spare set. What they find interests them.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Wayne Knight ... Newman
Nina Tremblay ... Jerry's Girlfriend

Eric Allan Kramer ... Biker

Ricky Dean Logan ... Hippie #1

Sharon Barr ... Trucker
Maud Winchester ... Hippie #2
Heather James ... Waitress

C.K. Steefel ... Kramer's Girlfriend (as Carissa Channing)

Candice Bergen ... Murphy Brown
David Blasucci ... Hippie (uncredited)

Cathy Cahlin Ryan ... Hippie Girl in Van (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Trip: Part 1

12 August 1992
When Jerry is asked to appear on The Tonight Show in Los Angeles, George accompanies him to look for Kramer.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes (credit only)

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Peter Murnik ... Lt. Martel

Elmarie Wendel ... Helene
Debi A. Monahan ... Chelsea

Ricky Dean Logan ... The Freak

Vaughn Armstrong ... Lt. Coleman
Keith Morrison ... Newscaster
Winston J. Rocha ... Security Agent
Manfred Melcher ... Officer Ross
Christopher Michael Moore ... Studio Guard

Dyana Ortelli ... Chambermaid
Michael Gerard ... Receptionist

Corbin Bernsen ... Himself

George Wendt ... Himself
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Towanna King ... Secretary (voice) (uncredited)
Will Nye ... Airport Security Guy (uncredited)

Fred Savage ... Himself (uncredited)

Ann Talman ... Woman in Exercise Video (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Trip: Part 2

19 August 1992
Kramer is arrested when he is mistaken for a serial killer. After he is exonerated, Jerry, George, and he return to New York.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes (credit only)

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Peter Murnik ... Lt. Martel

Elmarie Wendel ... Helene
Marty Rackham ... Officer #1

Peter Parros ... Officer #2

Vaughn Armstrong ... Lt. Coleman

Clint Howard ... Tobias
Steve Greenstein ... Man
Kerry Leigh Michaels ... Woman
Keith Morrison ... Newscaster

Peggy Lane ... Reporter #1 (as Peggy Lane O'Rourke)
Deck McKenzie ... Reporter #2
Steve Doherty ... Prison Guard (as Steve Dougherty)

Larry Charles ... Man in Hallway (uncredited)

Larry David ... Man in Hallway (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: The Pitch

16 September 1992
NBC executives ask Jerry to come up with an idea for a TV series. George decides he can be a sitcom writer and comes up with "nothing." Kramer trades a radar detector for a helmet, and later Newman receives a speeding ticket.

Season 4, Episode 4: The Ticket

16 September 1992
Newman uses Kramer as his witness when the former refuses to pay for a speeding ticket.

Season 4, Episode 5: The Wallet

23 September 1992
Jerry is asked to explain to his parents why he does not wear the watch they gave him. Morty Seinfeld thinks his wallet to have been stolen from him at his doctor's appointment.

Season 4, Episode 6: The Watch

30 September 1992
Jerry tries to buy his watch back from Uncle Leo, who found it in the garbage, having been thrown there by Jerry. George tries to resurrect the fledgling NBC deal, while Elaine plans a break up from her psychotherapist with Kramer's help.

Season 4, Episode 7: The Bubble Boy

7 October 1992
George and Susan invite Jerry, his girlfriend Naomi, Elaine and Kramer to spend the weekend at her parents' cabin upstate. Naomi bows out after Jerry makes a comment on her laugh and Kramer isn't interested. After Elaine goads him into it, Jerry agrees to stop off on the way and visit a fan who lives in a plastic bubble enclosed room due to an autoimmune disease. They go in separate cars and George drives so fast that Jerry and Elaine lose them and not having the boy's address end up in a diner. Kramer and Naomi meanwhile decide to go to the cabin with unfortunate results.

Season 4, Episode 8: The Cheever Letters

28 October 1992
Jerry offends Elaine's assistant. Kramer makes a contact for Cuban cigars. A box of letters from John Cheever is all that remains after Susan's father's cabin burns down.

Season 4, Episode 9: The Opera

4 November 1992
Elaine unknowingly is dating Crazy Joe Davola, who has just left a threatening message on Jerry's recorder.

Season 4, Episode 10: The Virgin

11 November 1992
Not having come up for a script for their new sitcom, George and Jerry now have to face the music when they meet with NBC executives. George's lack of discretion however has repercussions. Jerry see Marla Penny in a bar and mentions to George that when he last saw her, she was a virgin. Jerry asks her out and finds out she still is. Elaine, on hearing the news, decides to give her a bit of coaching about men and what she can expect.

Season 4, Episode 11: The Contest

18 November 1992
After George's mother catches him alone in a somewhat embarrassing situation, Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer stage a contest to see who can last the longest without any sexual gratification. Temptation quickly sets in for everyone. Kramer is the first to fall after ogling the woman across the street who walks around her apartment naked. George is next after he visits his mother in hospital and her roommate gets a sponge bath across from the curtain separating them. Elaine signs up for a fitness class where none other than JFK Jr. is enrolled. Her fantasizing does the rest. Finally, Jerry's new girlfriend Marla decides it's time to lose her virginity but Jerry has to explain the contest.

Season 4, Episode 12: The Airport

25 November 1992
Jerry and Elaine are on their way back to New York but learn their original flight has been canceled. As a result, Jerry ends up in first class and Elaine in coach. While Jerry has a wonderful flight with food, champagne and a beautiful blond models as a seat mate, Elaine suffers through the flight from hell. Back in New York, George and Kramer are supposed to meet Jerry and Elaine but the change in flight - and then a change in airport - has them running all over the place. More mayhem ensues when Kramer thinks he recognizes someone from his past.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza
Jennifer Campbell ... Tia
Scott Burkholder ... Prisoner

Jim J. Bullock ... Attendant #1

Allan Wasserman ... Grossbard
Lenny Rose ... Passenger #1
Karen Denise Williams ... Attendant #2

Annie Korzen ... Passenger #2
Deck McKenzie ... Security Guard

Maggie Egan ... Ticket Clerk

Mark Christopher Lawrence ... Skycap
Jack Graiman ... Cop
Bill Masters ... Driver (as William Evan Masters)

Larry Charles ... Stinky Man (uncredited)

Cherie Chetyrbok ... Passenger (uncredited)

Larry David ... Kosher Meal Passenger (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: The Pick

16 December 1992
George has decided he's made a terrible mistake in breaking up with Susan. He moans and groans and is generally driving everybody crazy. Against everyone's advice he decides to tell her he made a mistake . No sooner are they back together than he decides he's the one who made the mistake. Elaine decides to put her picture on her Christmas cards and Kramer agrees to be the photographer. Only problem is that she exposes just a little too much of herself. Jerry meanwhile is dating the model he recently met on a flight and things seem to be going nicely....until she sees him picking her nose, or so she thinks at any rate.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza
Heidi Swedberg ... Susan Ross

Wayne Knight ... Newman
Jennifer Campbell ... Tia

Gina Hecht ... Dana Foley

Nicholas Hormann ... Calvin
Tony Carlin ... Fred
François Giroday ... Male Executive (as Francois Giroday)

Blaire Baron ... Female Executive
Steve Shubert ... Man in Office (as Steve Schubert)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Larry David ... Office Worker (voice) (uncredited)

Towanna King ... Waitress (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: The Movie

6 January 1993
Jerry does a set at a comedy club, then goes to meet George, Elaine, and Kramer afterward to see a screening of Checkmate. However, a simple miscommunication causes the four to keep missing each other at two different theaters.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza
Barry Diamond ... Pat Buckles

Perry Anzilotti ... Usher
Tom La Grua ... Kernis
Eric Poppick ... Maurice

Cathy Lind Hayes ... Woman Behind Elaine
Allan Kolman ... Cab Driver
Molly Cleator ... Cashier
Christie Mellor ... Concessionaire
Jeff Norman ... Man in Line
Paul Eisenhauer ... Man in Theatre
Montrose Hagins ... Woman in Theatre

Tory Christopher ... Comedy Club Waiter (uncredited)

Larry David ... Character in Checkmate (voice) (uncredited)

Sergio Kato ... Himself (uncredited)

Steve Skrovan ... Movie Patron (uncredited)

J.D. Walters ... Loud Movie Patron (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: The Visa

27 January 1993
Jerry returns from a two week tour to find that his old friend Babu, who Jerry drove into bankruptcy by suggesting he change the menu in his restaurant, is working at the café. He's also living down the hall from Jerry who is shocked to find that Babu is arrested for overstaying his visa. Turns out his visa application got mixed in with Jerry's mail. George meanwhile asks an attractive lawyer, Cheryl, to go out with him. She laughs at everything he says and he tells Jerry to butt out and not be funny. When they hear that Cheryl does immigration law, they ask her to take care of Babu's case. It doesn't go well. Kramer meanwhile returns early from fantasy baseball camp. Kramer it seems tried to brush back Joe Pepitone leading to a bench clearing brawl where Kramer knocked Mickey Mantle unconscious.

Season 4, Episode 16: The Shoes

4 February 1993
Elaine cant seem to figure out why her shoes are a subject of conversation. Jerry and George pitch their pilot to NBC, but the deal is nearly jinxed when George takes a peak at the cleavage of the NBC president's daughter.

Season 4, Episode 17: The Outing

11 February 1993
A woman is eavesdropping on the conversation that Elaine has with Jerry and George at the coffee shop. Elaine decides to give the woman the impression that Jerry and George are a homosexual couple. Unfortunately that woman is a reporter from NYU who is doing an interview with Jerry for the school newspaper. She goes to Jerry's apartment and the suspicions are confirmed when Jerry and George get in a fight over a piece of fruit. She publishes an article using the angle that Jerry and George are a homosexual couple. Things get even worse when Jerry's birthday gifts don't help his case any when Kramer gives Jerry a faulty two-line phone and George gets Jerry tickets to the musical "Guys And Dolls". George doesn't help his case any when he uses the homosexual angle of the article to get out of a bad relationship and his mother freaks out and is admitted to the hospital. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

Season 4, Episode 18: The Old Man

18 February 1993
Elaine gets the gang to volunteer at an old folks' home. She gets freaked out by hers, George gets fired by his guy, and Jerry loses his. Kramer and Newman scheme to sell records to a vintage music store and steal the records from Jerry's old guy.

Season 4, Episode 19: The Implant

25 February 1993
Jerry insists that his new girlfriend has implants. But she keeps insisting that they're "real and spectacular". The mystery goes even deeper when Elaine meets her in the sauna and trips and lands on her breasts.

Season 4, Episode 20: The Junior Mint

17 March 1993
Elaine's ex-boyfriend is recovering in the hospital and has surgery. The gang goes to visit. Kramer gets the idea to paint his apartment to simulate the feel of a ski lodge. While at the hospital, Kramer's concern about the operation gets him and Jerry in to watch. But when Kramer sneaks in candy and forces it on Jerry, Jerry starts a chain reaction that causes the Junior Mints to land in Elaine's ex-boyfriend. Jerry thinks he may have killed the guy while George, who learns that he has recently come into some money, decides to invest in the ex-boyfriend's artwork.

Season 4, Episode 21: The Smelly Car

15 April 1993
After dinner, Jerry gets his car back from the valet. He and Elaine get in the car and realize that the valet has really bad B.O.. Jerry goes to great lengths to get the smell out of his car while Elaine goes to great lengths to get the smell out of her hair. Jerry soon realizes that the smell isn't just a mere odor, but an entity unto itself, and finally decides that he has to get rid of his car. Meanwhile, George gets reacquainted with Susan and discovers that he drove her to lesbianism, and Kramer dates Susan's girlfriend.

Season 4, Episode 22: The Handicap Spot

13 May 1993
At Kramer's insistence, George parks his Dad's car in a handicap spot. After a woman is injured because of it, George becomes his Dad's butler while Kramer tries to help the woman.

Season 4, Episode 23: The Pilot

20 May 1993
In the fourth season finale, Jerry and George's pilot is finally a go. But before the taping, Elaine desperately tries to avoid NBC president Russell Dalrymple after an awkward date, while Kramer comes face to face with his TV show counterpart. Before the pilot airs, Crazy Joe Davola (see episode "The Opera") shows up to put a damper in the gang's plans. As the pilot is finally finished and ready for airtime, the executives at NBC aren't impressed with the result.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Bob Balaban ... Russell Dalrymple
Anne Twomey ... Rita

Gina Hecht ... Dana Foley
Peter Crombie ... Joe Davola

Jeremy Piven ... Michael Barth (George)

Larry Hankin ... Tom Pepper (Kramer)

Kevin Page ... Stu Chermack

Mariska Hargitay ... Melissa

Laura Waterbury ... Casting Director

Elena Wohl ... Sandi Robbins (Elaine)

Bruce Jarchow ... Doctor

Al Ruscio ... Manager

Richard Gant ... Fred
Peter Blood ... Jay Crespi

Roger Rose ... Mark
Brian Bradley ... Butler
Samantha Dorman ... Waitress

Erick Avari ... Cabbie
Bob Shaw ... Paul
Stephen Burrows ... David
Deborah Swisher ... 1st AD
Jeff Oetjen ... Wilton
Pat Hazell ... Pat Hazell

Peggy Lane ... Woman on 'Jerry' Set (scenes deleted)

Tony Amendola ... Rushdie (uncredited)
Shirley Beck ... Makeup Artist (uncredited)
Norman Brenner ... Man on 'Jerry' Set (uncredited)
Elza Camacho ... Woman on 'Jerry' Set (uncredited)
Jennifer Campbell ... Tia (uncredited)

Lanei Chapman ... Housekeeper (uncredited)

Larry Charles ... Man on Raft #2 (uncredited)
Tom Cherones ... Director on 'Jerry' Set (uncredited)

Kari Coleman ... Allison (uncredited)

Larry David ... John F. Kennedy Jr. / Man on Raft #1 (uncredited)

Elizabeth Dennehy ... The Drakette (uncredited)

Brian Doyle-Murray ... Mel (uncredited)

Bill Erwin ... Sid (uncredited)
Maggie Han ... Cheryl (uncredited)
Victor Wayne Harris ... Man on 'Jerry' Set (uncredited)

Teri Hatcher ... Sidra (uncredited)
Jon Hayman ... Donald (voice) (uncredited)
Darin Henry ... Man in 'Jerry' Audience (uncredited)

Nicholas Hormann ... Calvin (uncredited)
Janet Kagan ... Woman on 'Jerry' Set (uncredited)
Dennis Kirkpatrick ... Man on 'Jerry' Set (uncredited)

Wayne Knight ... Newman (uncredited)

Jane Leeves ... Marla (uncredited)

Warren Littlefield ... Man in 'Jerry' Audience (uncredited)
Rick Ludwin ... Man in 'Jerry' Audience (uncredited)

Carol Mansell ... Mother (uncredited)

Barney Martin ... Morty (uncredited)
Bill Masters ... Man in Restaurant (uncredited)

Peter Mehlman ... Man in Restaurant (uncredited)

Rick Overton ... The Drake (uncredited)
Glenn Padnick ... Man on 'Jerry' Set (uncredited)
Pete G. Papanickolas ... Man on 'Jerry' Set (uncredited)

Gavin Polone ... Man in 'Jerry' Audience (uncredited)
Pete San Filipo Sr. ... Man on 'Jerry' Set (uncredited)
Todd Schwartz ... Man in 'Jerry' Audience (uncredited)

Liz Sheridan ... Helen (uncredited)

Steve Skrovan ... Man in Restaurant (uncredited)
Heidi Swedberg ... Susan Ross (uncredited)

Mark Taormino ... Man #2 on Jerry Set (Kramer Look-Alike) (uncredited)
Karen Wilkie ... Woman on 'Jerry' Set (uncredited)
Ping Wu ... Ping (uncredited)
Jeffrey Yerkes ... Man on Set (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: The Mango

16 September 1993
Jerry gets a shocking revelation when Elaine reveals that she faked every orgasm while they were dating. Jerry then pleads with Elaine to get a second chance in bed. Meanwhile, Kramer turns George onto the erotic pleasures of fruit, specifically the mango.

Season 5, Episode 2: The Puffy Shirt

23 September 1993
Kramer and his soft-spoken friend Leslie start a new line of clothing and Jerry accidentally agrees to wear it on the Today show.

Season 5, Episode 3: The Glasses

30 September 1993
George loses his glasses at the health club, but his plans to get a new pair using Kramer's "discount" backfires. Meanwhile, Jerry buys a black-market air conditioner - the Commando 8, and Elaine gets bit by a dog at the optometrist's office.

Season 5, Episode 4: The Sniffing Accountant

7 October 1993
Jerry, Kramer and Newman have reason to suspect that their accountant, Barry Profit, is taking their money and using it to buy illegal narcotics. The three organize a stakeout to confirm their suspicions, while Elaine, who had a past relationship with Barry, denies it. George gets an interview at a company that manufactures women's underwear.

Season 5, Episode 5: The Bris

14 October 1993
Jerry and Elaine get asked to be the godparents for their friend's newborn baby. But unfortunately the position doesn't last very long when Elaine hires a drunken rabbi to perform the Bris. While at the hospital, Kramer thinks he found a pig-man while a mental patient jumps to his death and lands on George's car.

Season 5, Episode 6: The Lip Reader

28 October 1993
George decides to use Jerry's girlfriend to spy on his friends by having her read their lips. Kramer claims he can also read lips and tries to prove it.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Wayne Knight ... Newman

Christopher Darga ... Driver

Linda Kash ... Gwen

Jerry Sroka ... Todd

Marlee Matlin ... Laura

Veralyn Jones ... Renee
Dylan Haggerty ... Young Man

Bret Anthony ... Teen
Jeff Bye ... Man at Shop (uncredited)

Larry David ... Sports Commentator / Limo Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Ryal Haakenson ... Umpire (uncredited)
Marc Hirschfeld ... Tennis Crowd (uncredited)

Mike Malin ... Ball Boy (uncredited)
Brian Myers ... Tennis Crowd (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: The Non-Fat Yogurt

4 November 1993
Kramer invests in a new new non-fat yogurt store, which becomes a hit in the city. Jerry and Elaine discover that they've been gaining weight and wonder if the yogurt really is non fat or not. Jerry tries to unravel this mystery while also dealing with a neighbor's kid who saw his act and the one rare instance where Jerry unleashes profanities on stage. Meanwhile, George runs into a former childhood acquaintance, Lloyd Braun, who is working on the mayoral campaign for incumbent Mayor Dinkins, but the campaign is quickly jeopardized when Elaine proposes a name tag system. The mayoral campaign is also jeopardized when Kramer dates one of the lab technicians and accidentally spills some of the yogurt into Giuliani's blood sample.

Season 5, Episode 8: The Barber

11 November 1993
Jerry regrets giving his longtime barber the heave-ho after he gets a ridiculous-looking haircut. George gets a job interview but the boss leaves him with a very cryptic ending. Kramer begs Elaine to let him take part in her charity bachelor auction.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Wayne Knight ... Newman
Antony Ponzini ... Enzo
David Ciminello ... Gino

Michael Fairman ... Mr. Pensky

Jack Shearer ... Mr. Tuttle
Ken Myles ... Mike (as Kenny Myles)
Peggy Etra ... Clarisse (as Peggy Maltby)
Dave Richardson ... Customer (as David Richardson)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)
Tom Gammill ... Office Worker (uncredited)
Ellsworth Hanna ... Married Couple in Diner (uncredited)
Jeanne Hanna ... Married Couple in Diner (uncredited)

Peter Mehlman ... Man in Barber Shop (uncredited)
Max Pross ... Office Worker (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: The Masseuse

18 November 1993
Jerry gets mad when he dates a masseuse. Kramer and George get massages while Jerry doesn't. Meanwhile, Elaine's new boyfriend is Joel Rifkin, an innocent man who shares the same name as one of New York's most notorious serial killers.

Season 5, Episode 10: The Cigar Store Indian

9 December 1993
Jerry is deemed a racist when he purchases a Native American statue for Elaine. Kramer tries to get Elaine's company to publish his coffee table book. Elaine runs into a really creepy man on the subway who steals Frank's TV Guide and follows her to the Costanza's house. Meanwhile, George gets grounded when he has sex with a woman in his parents' bed.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Estelle Harris ... Estelle Constanza

Jerry Stiller ... Frank Costanza

Richard Fancy ... Mr. Lippman

Kimberly Guerrero ... Winona (as Kimberly Norris)

Sam Lloyd ... Ricky

C.K. Steefel ... Sylvia (as Carissa Channing)
Ralph Manza ... Gepetto

Al Roker ... Al Roker

Veralyn Jones ... Renee

Lisa Pescia ... Joanne
Benjamin Lum ... Mailman
Irvin Mosley Jr. ... Spike

Peggy Lane ... Card Player (scenes deleted)

Larry David ... Subway Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Gammill ... Subway Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: The Conversion

16 December 1993
George decides to convert to Latvian Orthodox to impress a girl, against his angry parents' objections. Meanwhile, Kramer converts a nun at the church, and Jerry takes a peek in his girlfriend's medicine cabinet and is stunned by what he finds.

Season 5, Episode 12: The Stall

6 January 1994
At a movie theater's restroom, Elaine, realizing she doesn't have any toilet paper left, asks the woman in the next stall (Jami Gertz) if she has any toilet paper to spare, but the woman refuses, claiming that she "can't spare a square". Elaine pleads with the woman, but she leaves, ignoring Elaine. The woman returns to her seat, and is revealed as Jerry's girlfriend, Jane. Elaine is shown returning to her seat, with her new boyfriend Tony (played by Dan Cortese). The two women tell their dates about what had just happened. At Jerry's apartment, Kramer walks in, asking to use Jerry's phone. Jerry accuses Kramer of using it to call a telephone sex line. Elaine comes into the apartment, and describes to Jerry the incident that occurred at the movie theatre. Jerry realizes that the woman that Elaine was bickering for toilet paper was Jane. He tries to defend Jane, while not letting Elaine know that it was her. Meanwhile, George becomes enamored of Elaine's boyfriend, claiming that "He's such a cool guy". Jerry suspects that Elaine dates Tony only because he is attractive, and that Tony is a "male bimbo", or a "mimbo" for short. At the coffee shop, Tony, and George plan on going rock climbing together, which excites George, but Kramer is invited by Tony when he enters, and George starts fearing that Kramer will become better friends with Tony than him. Jerry and Kramer tease George about this later, claiming that George is in love with Tony, which George quickly denies. Jane calls Jerry's apartment, and Kramer answers the call without Jerry knowing. He talks to Jane, and after giving the phone to Jerry, he says that her voice sounded "flinty", and seems to try to remember where he's heard it before. Later, Elaine calls Jerry on his buzzer to tell him that she's coming up, while Jane is still there. Still trying to keep the two from conflicting, Jerry panics to disguise Jane's voice by saying that it smelt from the lunch they just had, and gave her many pieces of gum, muffling her voice to an unrecognizable level. On Tony, Kramer and George's rock climbing trip, Tony gives Kramer a rope to tie a knot to keep him from falling, but Kramer gives the rope to George, and then distracts him by asking him for food. Tony begins to climb again, but doesn't know that his harness isn't tied onto the wall, and he falls down the mountain. A few days later, Kramer and George tell Elaine what had happened. Upon hearing the news, Elaine quickly asks the two if there was any damage to his face, and is told that he hit his face off of a large rock. She rushes to Tony's house, to see that his face is completely bandaged. He tells her that he can't remember if the doctors said if there was any long-term damage to his face. At that time, George walks in to apologize to Tony about the trip, but Tony says that he doesn't want to see him anymore. While Jerry and Jane were at Jerry's apartment, Kramer walks in and is introduced to Jane for the first time. He starts to act strangely at the sound of her voice, and quickly refuses to split a taxi to go uptown. When she leaves, Kramer claims that her voice closely resembles that of "Erika", one of the girls on the phone sex line that he has been frequently calling, but Jerry doesn't believe him. At the coffee shop, Kramer is sitting at a table by himself, saying to Jerry that he made a date with Erika, to prove that it is, in fact, Jane. When Jane arrives, Jerry is shocked. She moves to Jerry's table instead of Kramer's, but Kramer still persists on calling her "Erika", as he and Jerry confront her, claiming that she "sells sexual pleasure over the phone". She dispels the claims by saying she sells paper goods. Elaine hears Jane's voice, and realizes that she was the woman that refused to give her any spare toilet paper. Jane then says that she needs to use the washroom, and Elaine races her to the door. There is then a camera angle of the washroom stalls very similar to the one used at the beginning of the episode. Jane's voice is heard asking the woman in the stall next to hers, who she doesn't know, if they have any toilet paper, but is revealed to be Elaine, who tells Jane that she "can't spare a square". Jane then exclaims that it's the same woman from the movie theater, and then Elaine is shown running out of her stall, carrying many rolls of toilet paper. After exiting the restroom, Jane tells Jerry to never call her again, and then she turns to Kramer and says for him not to call her either, but using a "flinty" voice, the same one she uses while in her Erika persona. Jerry and Kramer then look at each other with their mouths opened, visibly stunned.

Season 5, Episode 13: The Dinner Party

3 February 1994
En route to a dinner party, Jerry and Elaine stop off at a bakery and get held up when the bakery runs out of what they want to purchase. Meanwhile, George and Kramer, en route to said dinner party, stop off at a liquor store to buy a bottle of wine and have a hard time picking one out.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza
Fred Pinkard ... Newsstand Boy

Frank Novak ... Clerk

Mark Holton ... David
Suzy Soro ... Barbara

Kathryn Kates ... Counterwoman
S. Marc Jordan ... Man in Bakery
Langdon Bensing ... Man on Street

Sayed Badreya ... Foreign Man
Amjad J. Qaisen ... Hussein

Roger Eschbacher ... Man with Cane

Larry David ... Saddam Hussein (voice) (uncredited)

Holly Lewis ... Dinner Guest (uncredited)
Kristen Vigrass ... Woman Behind Counter (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: The Marine Biologist

10 February 1994
George starts dating a woman who (told by Jerry) thinks George is a marine biologist. Elaine's electronic organizer injures a person after being launched from a limo by a Russian novelist. Kramer decides to golf on the beach.

Season 5, Episode 15: The Pie

17 February 1994
While shopping for a new suit for a job interview, George and the others stumble upon a mannequin which scarily resembles Elaine. Meanwhile Jerry tries to figure out why his girlfriend won't try his apple pie at Monks.

Season 5, Episode 16: The Stand-In

24 February 1994
Kramer gets a job with Micky as a TV stand-in. Jerry sets Elaine up with a guy who he says would be perfect for her. At the end of their first date he takes "it" out.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Danny Woodburn ... Mickey
Mark Tymchyshyn ... Phil Totola
Karla Tamburrelli ... Daphne

Debbie Lee Carrington ... Tammy

W. Earl Brown ... Al

Michael Rivkin ... Fulton

Joe Gieb ... Johnny
Layne Beamer ... Father

Thomas Dekker ... Son
Jerome Betler ... Director
Norman Brenner ... Orderly (uncredited)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Larry David ... Soap Opera Director (voice) (uncredited)
Wayne Kennan ... On-set DOP (uncredited)
Pete G. Papanickolas ... On-set Crew (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: The Wife

17 March 1994
Jerry gets a permanent discount at his local dry cleaners after returning a locket he found in a jacket pocket. His new girlfriend Meryl also claims the discount claiming to be Jerry's wife. It all gets out of hand when Jerry's Uncle Leo hears he's married. Elaine thinks an airline pilot who goes to the same health club but her interest wanes quickly when he wipes the top of her water bottle before drinking from it. George is in trouble when the pilot sees him urinating in the shower at the same club. Kramer has had trouble sleeping at home but not, unfortunately at the tanning studio.

Season 5, Episode 18: The Raincoats

28 April 1994
In this two-part episode, Jerry's parents are visiting before leaving for France. Jerry has a hard time connecting with his new girlfriend Rachel because his parents are spending so much time in his apartment. George uses the trip to get out of volunteering for the Big Brother program, but is stunned to learn that his Little Brother is searching for his dad in France. Kramer and Morty team up to sell Morty's old belt-less trench coat "The Executive" to a vintage clothing store. Elaine's creepy new boyfriend is a "close talker" who enjoys spending time with Jerry's parents.

Season 5, Episode 19: The Fire

5 May 1994
George dates a woman who has a son. She invites him to her son's birthday party. While at the party, a fire breaks out in the kitchen. George screams "FIRE!!!" and knocks down the kids and the old lady as he cowardly tries to make his escape. The clown (not Bozo) puts out the fire with his big shoe. Meanwhile, over at Pendant Publishing, Elaine learns that she's up for a very nice promotion. But her main competition, Toby, is working with Kramer on his coffee table book. The three head over to the comedy club where Jerry is doing an important set where a writer from Entertainment Weekly will be present to do a review of the show for the magazine. Toby heckles Jerry. After Jerry gets the magazine and sees the mostly negative review of his show, he decides to do something unheard of - heckle the heckler. After he goes to Toby's office to heckle her, Toby gets so distraught that she leaves the building and a street sweeper severs her pinkie toe. Kramer gets the toe and hijacks a bus to take it to the hospital where it is reattached to Toby's foot. Mr. Lippman is shocked because of the incident and decides to promote Toby over Elaine for the senior editor's job. Toby's first order of business is to get Kramer's coffee table book in stores ASAP. Kramer loves this as he gets to do the book tour where his first stop is the Regis and Kathy Lee show. But after tripping over his chair and spilling coffee all over Kathy Lee, Lippman decides that it's best if Kramer not promote the book on any more daytime talk shows. The next day Jerry goes to the comedy club to plead with the Entertainment Weekly reviewer to get a second chance. He does and he runs into prop comic Ronnie K, who tells Jerry that what he did is unprecedented. Jerry agrees and says that it's finally time they drew a line in the sand. During the show, George stops by the comedy club and sees Ronnie K holding what is apparently Ronnie K holding a firearm. George thinks Ronnie K is going to rob the place, screams, and cowardly tries to make his escape by knocking everybody down. Jerry's set is interrupted and he's more than angry at George.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Melanie Chartoff ... Robin

Veanne Cox ... Toby

Dom Irrera ... Ronnie

Jon Favreau ... Eric the Clown

Lisa Pescia ... Joanne

Hiram Kasten ... Michael
Patience Cleveland ... Old Lady
Lawrence LeJohn ... Fireman
Norman Brenner ... Man in Bar (uncredited)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Larry David ... Comedy Club M.C. (voice) (uncredited)

Shannon Dunn ... Elaine's Co-Worker (uncredited)

Estelle Harris ... Estelle Constanza (voice) (uncredited)
Deck McKenzie ... Bartender (uncredited)

Jerry Stiller ... Frank Costanza (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: The Hamptons

12 May 1994
Elaine, Jerry, George and Kramer visit friends in the Hamptons who've just had a baby. They're there for the weekend and George's new girlfriend Jane is there with him, even though they've never slept together. Jerry 's old girlfriend Rachel is there as well but trouble erupts when Rachel sees George naked and then giggles. Elaine takes an interest in the baby's pediatrician but isn't sure the compliment he paid her is necessarily a compliment. Kramer gets lobsters from a trap in the ocean not realizing that they belong to a professional fisherman.

Season 5, Episode 21: The Opposite

19 May 1994
A simple pick up line in the coffee shop proves Jerry's theory that every instinct George has is wrong. George decides to try the opposite, and that lands him an attractive girlfriend, a job offer with the New York Yankees, and an apartment that allows him to finally move out of his parent's house. Simultaneously, Elaine's mistake of stopping off for candy after learning her boyfriend was hospitalized causes her fortune to take a downturn. She gets kicked out of her apartment, breaks up with her boyfriend, and the candy causes a chain reaction that ultimately leads to the end of her longtime employer. Jerry sees the parallel between his two friends and realizes that he breaks even on just about everything. Kramer continues to take the book tour for his coffee table book, but Pendant Publishing's bankruptcy puts the book on the shelf.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Estelle Harris ... Estelle Constanza

Jerry Stiller ... Frank Costanza

Richard Fancy ... Lippman
Marty Rackham ... Jake

Siobhan Fallon ... Tina

Paul Gleason ... Cushman

Dedee Pfeiffer ... Victoria
Melanie Smith ... Rachel

Regis Philbin ... Regis Philbin

Kathie Lee Gifford ... Kathie Lee Gifford

Hiram Kasten ... Michael

French Stewart ... Manager

Ken Takemoto ... Chairman
Fritz Mashimo ... Interpreter
Susan Segal ... Waitress (as Susan Seagal)
Oscar Jordan ... Counterperson

Rolando Molina ... Punk #1
Michael Friedman ... Punk #2
Marvin Braverman ... Poker Player #1

Wesley Thompson ... Poker Player #2
Jeff Barton ... Poker Player #3

Jeffrey von Meyer ... Poker Player #4 (as Jeffrey Von Meyer)

Colette O'Connell ... Julie (scenes deleted)
Jeff Bye ... Man in Theatre (uncredited)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Larry David ... George Steinbrenner (voice) (uncredited)
Darin Henry ... Man in Cafe (uncredited)
Brady Thomas ... Man in Theatre (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: The Chaperone

22 September 1994
Jerry connects with a Miss America pageant contestant, Miss Rhode Island, at a Yankees game and asks her out on a date. They have to have a chaperone however and and Kramer volunteers. It turns out Kramer knows a lot about how to win a beauty pageant and is soon Miss Rhode Island's personal trainer. After being turned down for a job at a major book publisher, Elaine is hired by Justin Pitt as his personal assistant. Her first task is to go out and buy him new socks. George meanwhile is surprised to learn that the Yankees uniforms are made of polyester and switches them to cotton, with major repercussions.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Ian Abercrombie ... Justin Pitt

Gail Strickland ... Landis

Marguerite MacIntyre ... Karen
Danny Tartabull ... Danny Tartabull
Buck Showalter ... Himself
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Regis Philbin ... Miss America Pageant Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Bob Sheppard ... Stadium Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Renee Tenison ... Miss America Contestant (uncredited)
Karen Wilkie ... Crowd (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: The Big Salad

29 September 1994
Kramer thinks that a simple penalty stroke may have driven his golf partner, Steve Gennison, to murder a dry cleaner. Jerry is stunned to learn that his girlfriend not only went out with, but was dumped by Newman. George thinks Elaine gave his girlfriend an incorrect thank you when it was actually George who paid for Elaine's lunch. Elaine flirts with a stationary store employee and thinks that she may have sent him the wrong message.

Season 6, Episode 3: The Pledge Drive

6 October 1994
Kramer finds Jerry's old birthday checks from his grandmother and insists he deposits them, which puts Nana in unexpected debt. Elaine accidentally tells the high talker a secret. Mr Pitt eats a Snickers bar with utensils.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Len Lesser ... Uncle Leo

Ian Abercrombie ... Justin Pitt

Kelly Coffield Park ... Noreen (as Kelly Coffield)
Billye Ree Wallace ... Nana
Brian Reddy ... Dan

Rebecca Staab ... Kristin
Danny Tartabull ... Danny Tartabull

Tom Wright ... Executive
James Reynolds ... Banker

Lauren Bowles ... Waitress

F.J. Rio ... Street Tough

Thom Vernon ... Driver
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Lisa Guerrero ... PBS Telethon Producer (uncredited)
Darin Henry ... PBS Phone Volunteer (uncredited)
Gregory Pellico ... Pledge Drive Volunteer (uncredited)
Jeffrey Yerkes ... PBS Phone Volunteer (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: The Chinese Woman

13 October 1994
George's telephone line crosses with that of a woman named Donna Chang, and everyone seeks her advice when she convinces them that she's Chinese. Jerry winds up dating her. Things get worse when Frank and Estelle announce a separation. Jerry and Elaine can't seem to figure out why Frank Costanza is having mysterious business dealings with a man in a cape.

Season 6, Episode 5: The Couch

27 October 1994
Elaine dates a moving guy, and things are going well for her until Jerry wants to know what his opinion on abortion is. Poppy returns and he and Kramer are going into business together to create a restaurant where you make your own pizza. Meanwhile, George goes out of his way to cheat on a book club test by renting "Breakfast At Tiffany's" instead of reading the book.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Reni Santoni ... Poppie

David James Elliott ... Carl

Robert Hooks ... Joe Temple

Denise Dowse ... Mother

Patton Oswalt ... Clerk
Diana Theodore ... Remy

Jessica Hecht ... Lindsay

Mari Weiss ... Woman #1
Tamar Cooper ... Woman #2
Beverly C. Brown ... Woman #3

Jeris Poindexter ... Man (as Jeris Lee Poindexter)
Norman Brenner ... Sofa Salesman (scenes deleted)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)
Deck McKenzie ... Man in Video Store (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 6: The Gymnast

3 November 1994
George's girlfriend's mom thinks he is a bum when she catches George eating an éclair out of the trash can, among various other coincidences. Jerry dates a woman who is a former Olympic gymnast and ventures into the territory of sexual pleasures that most men dare not dream of. Elaine tries to pry Mr. Pitt away from looking at Kramer's new 3-D art poster. Meanwhile, Kramer gets a kidney stone.

Season 6, Episode 7: The Soup

10 November 1994
Kramer convinces Jerry to get a free Armani suit from hack comic Kenny Bania. But when Bania decides that he doesn't want anything except for dinner, Jerry has a hard time accepting the suit knowing that there is a far greater catch involved. Things get even worse when, during the dinner, Bania insists that soup doesn't count as a meal. Meanwhile, Elaine has a British friend stay with her for a week.

Season 6, Episode 8: The Mom and Pop Store

17 November 1994
George buys a convertible he thinks was once owned by Jon Voight. Kramer tries to save a small shoe-repair business. Elaine answers a radio quiz, enabling Mr. Pitt to participate in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Meanwhile, Jerry tries to solve the mystery of whether or not he's invited to Tim Whatley's annual Pre-Thanksgiving party.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Jon Voight ... Himself

Ian Abercrombie ... Mr. Pitt
Elsa Raven ... Mom
Mike Robelo ... Pop

Bryan Cranston ... Tim Whatley

Tom Wright ... Morgan
Ken Thorley ... Car Salesman

Dan Frischman ... Guy On Phone

Rick Fitts ... Dentist
Nancy Balbirer ... Woman At Party

Pat Asanti ... Electrician
Steve Brady ... Man At Party

Mo Gallini ... Tough Guy (as Matt Gallini)

Peggy Lane ... Office Worker (scenes deleted)
Andy Cowan ... Radio Announcer / TV announcer (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 9: The Secretary

8 December 1994
George gets a secretary, saying he will go for efficiency and smarts rather than beauty. He hires a librarian-esque woman, only to find himself falling in love with her.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Vicki Lewis ... Ada

Steve Hytner ... Kenny Bania

Joseph R. Sicari ... Willie
Arminae Azarian ... Saleswoman

Mitzi McCall ... Donna
Richard Marion ... Guy
Thomas Mills ... Moviegoer

Glynis McCants ... Woman
Courtney Taylor ... Attractive Applicant
Lee Bear ... George Steinbrenner (uncredited)
Norman Brenner ... Moviegoer (uncredited)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Larry David ... George Steinbrenner (voice) (uncredited)
Darin Henry ... Moviegoer (uncredited)
James Lansbury ... Moviegoer (uncredited)

Will Radford ... Angry Guy (uncredited)
Jeffrey Yerkes ... Moviegoer (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 10: The Race

15 December 1994
When George notices that Elaine's new boyfriend reads the Daily Worker, he asks if he's a Communist. He says he is, which Elaine seems to wear as a badge of honor. Thanks to his friend Mickey, Kramer gets a job as a department store Santa. Things start out okay but veer off after he reads some literature from Elaine's boyfriend. George answers a personal ad in the Daily Worker and soon everyone in the Yankees front office thinks he's a Communist. Jerry meanwhile learns that his new girlfriend's boss is an old high school rival he once beat at a track meet and has accused him of cheating ever since.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza
Todd Kimsey ... Ned

Danny Woodburn ... Mickey

Renee Props ... Lois

Don McManus ... Duncan (as Don R. McManus)

Vicki Lewis ... Ada
Claude Earl Jones ... Mr. Bevilaqua

Mark Christopher Lawrence ... Boss
Michael Sorich ... Castro
Denise Poirier ... Arlene
Spencer Klein ... Kid
Martin Chow ... Lew
Eva Svensson ... Woman
Lee Bear ... George Steinbrenner (uncredited)

Lauren Bowles ... Waitress (uncredited)
Norman Brenner ... Co-Worker (uncredited)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Larry David ... George Steinbrenner (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 11: The Switch

5 January 1995
Elaine loans Mr. Pitt's expensive tennis racket to an executive from Doubleday who hints there may be a job opening for Elaine soon. When the woman injures her arm, Elaine can't quite get the racket back. Jerry's girlfriend never smiles or laughs at his jokes but her roommate laughs at everything he says so he contemplates the switch. George comes up with an idea as to how he might get away with it. George's girlfriend, a model, eats like a horse but never puts on weight. Kramer suggests she might be bulimic. The gang learns Kramer's first name, thanks to his mom Babs.

Season 6, Episode 12: The Label Maker

19 January 1995
Jerry gets Super Bowl tickets but cant use them because of obligations to attend a friend's wedding. He gives them to Tim Whatley and gets a label maker in return. Elaine is convinced that the label maker is the exact same one that she gave him a week before. Jerry then accuses Whatley of "re-gifting" the label maker. George, learns that his girlfriend has a male roommate and gets weirded out by the concept, but loves the male roommate's possessions which include a velvet couch. The couple learns that the wedding is on the same day as the Super Bowl and then calls the wedding completely off because of it, and Jerry goes in search of getting his tickets back. But then Jerry learns that Whatley gave one of his tickets to Newman. Meanwhile, Kramer and Newman engage in a heated game of Risk.

Season 6, Episode 13: The Scofflaw

26 January 1995
Kramer is walking down a street and sees a man littering. He calls the guy a "pig" but doing so offends a cop who is standing a few feet away. Of course, the cop isn't paying attention and the scofflaw gets away. Kramer decides that he needs a new look and goes with an eye patch. George runs into Gary Fogel, a man who was having cancer and decided not to tell him. But he did tell Jerry, who reveals that he made himself nearly sick being nice to the guy. The next day, George meets with Gary, who drops a bombshell that he never actually had cancer and that the operation revealed that it was benign. Kramer decides to go apologize to the cop on his way to get a book signed by Elaine's ex-boyfriend Jake Jarmel (see episode "The Sniffing Accountant"). The cop reveals a story about a brown Dodge sedan that has become his "white whale" - the scofflaw has racked up more parking tickets than anyone in New York and that he almost nailed him until Kramer made his remark. Kramer goes to the book store and sees Jake signing books, and he comments on Jake's frames but he wont tell Kramer where he got them. He then tells him that Elaine says hi. But this of course freaks Elaine out. She then goes to the bookstore to meet with Jake. Jerry, meanwhile, confronts George with his poker face about the bombshell that Gary just told him. Jerry gets the message loud and clear that Gary never actually had cancer. He tries to confront Gary but George wont let him because Gary is giving George a parking space for practically nothing. Elaine then bumps into a man on the street who has an identical pair of Jake's frames. She buys them out of spite and then goes back to gloat at Jake. The man, now without his glasses walks across the street and causes an accident. Kramer catches wind of who the scofflaw is - Newman. He tells the cop, who in turn gets Newman's car permanently impounded. This of course means that Gary is forced to give up his parking space. Jerry goes to meet him and George at the Hair Team For Men store, where Jerry finds that the unlimited gift certificate he had purchased for Gary was being put to good use. He then gets Gary to admit that he had lied about getting cancer. George gets a toupee and is brimming with newly found self-confidence. Elaine sells the glasses to Mr. Lippman, who is opening the press conference for Jake Jarmel. During the press conference, things get ugly.

Season 6, Episode 14: Highlights of a Hundred

2 February 1995
For the series' 100th episode, Jerry Seinfeld hosts a one hour retrospective with clips from previous episodes: the idea for a show about nothing; the smelly car; the puffy shirt; the astronaut pen; Jerry's hair; George's lack of hair; Mulva; Jerry's virgin girlfriend; the Hernandez incident; the outing; the masters of their domain; the bubble boy - are only a few of the episodes included.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld (also archive footage)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes (credit only) (also archive footage)

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer (credit only) (also archive footage)

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza (credit only) (also archive footage)

Danny Woodburn ... Mickey Abbott (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 15: The Beard

9 February 1995
Elaine attempts to convert a gay man to heterosexuality. Kramer sets George up with a woman, but forgets what she looks like. When they consult a police sketch artist, Jerry hooks up with a female officer, who then has Jerry take a polygraph test on whether or not he's seen the show "Melrose Place".

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Robert Mailhouse ... Robert

Katherine LaNasa ... Cathy

Jon Gries ... Homeless Man (as Jonathan Gries)
Edward Winter ... Mr. Stevenson (as Ed Winter)

Georgann Johnson ... Mrs. Stevenson

Joan Scheckel ... Denise (as Joan Elizabeth)

John F. O'Donohue ... Gus
Jerry Diner ... Lou

Mirron E. Willis ... Officer #1
Ken Kerman ... Officer #2
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)
Bruce Kirschbaum ... Guy in Police Lineup (uncredited)

Jon Manfrellotti ... Guy in Police Lineup (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 16: The Kiss Hello

16 February 1995
Kramer tries to create a Utopian society when he puts up pictures of all the residents of his and Jerry's building. Jerry doesn't mind until the women of the building want to be greeted with a kiss. After Jerry objects to kissing hello, he's vilified and nearly kicked out of the building. Jerry also has to settle some family issues when Nana remembers that Uncle Leo was supposed to give Morty some money 50 years ago and Uncle Leo puts Nana in a home to keep her quiet. Meanwhile, Elaine's friend who is a chiropractor skips out on George's appointment and goes skiing instead, and they have a hard time telling her about her dated hairdo.

Season 6, Episode 17: The Doorman

23 February 1995
Elaine house-sits for Mr. Pitt. Jerry goes to meet up with her to go to the movies and winds up offending the Doorman. So to make up for it, Jerry watches the door. But when Jerry leaves his post and the couch in the lobby is stolen, Jerry and Elaine formulate a plan to cover their tracks. Meanwhile, Kramer invents a bra for men and George tries to find a way to get his father out of his apartment.

Season 6, Episode 18: The Jimmy

16 March 1995
The gang has various encounters with a man named Jimmy, who talks about himself in the 3rd person. Elaine asks Jimmy to go to the benefit for the Able Mentally Challenged Adults organization starring Mel Torme. Thanks to Jimmy's shoes and getting too much Novocaine at Whatley's office, Kramer is mistaken for a mentally challenged man when he encounters the head of the AMCA. Jerry suspects Tim Whatley and his assistant are using patients for sexual pleasures when he finds pornographic magazines in Whatley's waiting room and thinks that he was violated while under the gas. George cuts a deal with Jimmy to sell Jimmy's shoes, but Jimmy gets injured thanks to Kramer's drooling. The deal, plus some spicy chicken, also helps Wilhelm accuse George of stealing some of the Yankee's batting equipment.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Anthony Starke ... Jimmy

Bryan Cranston ... Tim Whatley

Richard Herd ... Wilhelm
Robert Katims ... Deensfrei

Mel Tormé ... Himself
Alison Armitage ... Cheryl

Jimmy Bridges ... Paramedic (as J.D. Bridges)

Elan Carter ... Receptionist

Peggy Lane ... Office Worker (scenes deleted)
Lee Bear ... George Steinbrenner (uncredited)
Norman Brenner ... Man in Store (uncredited)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Larry David ... George Steinbrenner (voice) (uncredited)

Iqbal Theba ... Cabbie (uncredited)

Steve Tisch ... Man in Cafe (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 19: The Doodle

6 April 1995
George dates a girl from Elaine's art class and wonders whether or not her humorous caricature of him is a sign that she likes him or not. Thanks to Newman's fleas, Jerry's visiting parents are forced to stay in Elaine's luxury hotel room. Elaine gets a potential job offer but accidentally leaves the manuscript in Jerry's flea-infested apartment.

Season 6, Episode 20: The Fusilli Jerry

27 April 1995
Kramer gets new license plates, but a DMV screw-up gives him a new vanity license plate - "ASS MAN". George's mom gets plastic surgery. Kramer makes pasta sculptures of his friends, and makes one out of Jerry using Fusilli pasta. Jerry tells Puddy about his "move", which he proceeds to use on Elaine. He also tells George, but George screws it up, and his girlfriend gets freaked out when he uses crib notes. Kramer finally tracks down the Ass Man when Frank falls on the Fusilli Jerry and they have to take him to a proctologist.

Season 6, Episode 21: The Diplomat's Club

4 May 1995
Jerry's new agent thinks he's a celebrity who needs his hand held on every little decision. After she tells him that the pilot who flew the plane to Ithaca is in the audience, Jerry freaks out. Kramer goes to the Diplomat's Club to meet up with Jerry and winds up gambling with a Texas business man on which plane is going to arrive first. Meanwhile, Mr. Pitt puts Elaine in his will, and Mr. Pitt's lawyer has reason to suspect that Elaine is up to something.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Wayne Knight ... Newman

Ian Abercrombie ... Mr. Pitt

Tom Wright ... Morgan

Robert Hooks ... Joe

Debra Jo Rupp ... Katie

Kim Zimmer ... Lenore

O'Neal Compton ... Earl
Ellis Williams ... Karl (as Ellis E. Williams)

John Cothran ... Man (as John Cothran Jr.)

William Jackson ... Doctor (as William B. Jackson)
Christine Cattell ... Stewardess
Diana Theodore ... Remy
Berta Waagfjord ... Bridgette (as Berta Maria Waagfjord)
Mark Wheatle ... Waiter
Robb Capielo ... Pharmacist (uncredited)
Randy Carter ... Comedy Club Emcee (uncredited)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)
Coby Turner ... Mr. Morgans Secretary (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 22: The Face Painter

11 May 1995
Jerry scores premium tickets to a New Jersey Devils playoff game. He invites Kramer, Puddy, and Elaine along. But Jerry gets weirded out when Puddy shows up at the game and paints his face to match the team colors. Puddy gets so worked up after the game that he freaks out a visiting pastor from El Salvador, who is convinced that Puddy really is the devil. Elaine tries to convince him otherwise. Kramer enjoyed the game so much that he tries to convince Jerry to get more tickets from the guy Jerry got them from. Meanwhile, George decides to tell his girlfriend that he loves her, only to have the plans backfire on him while Kramer battles a chimpanzee at the zoo.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Patrick Warburton ... David Puddy

Katy Selverstone ... Siena

Mark DeCarlo ... Alec Berg
Raye Birk ... Mr. Pless
Pierrino Mascarino ... Father Hernandez
Joe Lala ... Priest

Peggy Lane ... Waitress (as Peggy Lane O'Rourke)
Dave Richardson ... Fan #1 (as David Richardson)
David Powledge ... Fan #2 (as Dave Powledge)

Jan Eddy ... Fan #3
Lawrence LeJohn ... Crowd Member
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)
Donald Gibb ... Letter S in Devils Body Painter (uncredited)
Kenny Kramer ... Man #2 in Hockey Audience (uncredited)

Fred Stoller ... Man #1 in Hockey Audience (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 23: The Understudy

18 May 1995
Jerry dates the ultra-sensitive understudy for Bette Midler in Rochelle, Rochelle: The Musical. When the Improv is scheduled to play Rochelle Rochelle in a softball game, George plows into catcher Bette Midler to score the winning run. Bette is injured because of the incident and is unable to perform in the Broadway premiere. Jerry, George, and the understudy are vilified for the incident, and Kramer goes out of his way to help Bette. Meanwhile, Elaine suspects that a local nail shop is making fun of her in Korean. She learns that George's dad Frank speaks Korean and brings him along to spy on them. Frank recalls his time in the Korean war and how he had an affair with a young Korean woman. Elaine gets kicked out of the nail shop and wanders around aimlessly, and has a chance encounter with catalog magnate J. Peterman, who hires Elaine to work for the catalog.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Bette Midler ... Herself

Jerry Stiller ... Frank Costanza

June Kyoto Lu ... Ruby (as June Kyoko Lu)

Amy Hill ... Kim

John O'Hurley ... Peterman
Adelaide Miller ... Gennice

Alexandra Bokyun Chun ... Lotus (as Bok Yun Chon)
Vonnie C. Rhee ... Sunny

Craig Thomas ... Player #1

Michael McDonald ... Player #2 (as Michael James McDonald)
Lou DiMaggio ... Stagehand
Jason Beck ... Umpire
Bob Shaw ... Cabbie

Johnny Silver ... Vendor #1
Billy Bastiani ... Vendor #2 (as William Bastiani)

Bonnie Bruckheimer ... Woman in Bette Midler Entourage (uncredited)
Randy Carter ... Theatre Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Larry David ... Man at Softball Game (voice) (uncredited)
Marjorie Gross ... Woman in Bette Midler Entourage (uncredited)

Darin Mangan ... Softball Fan (uncredited)

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: The Engagement

21 September 1995
While sitting in the coffee shop, Jerry and George resolve to grow up and take life more seriously. Jerry decides to call the woman he recently broke up with - because she shushed him. For his part, George has been thinking a lot about his former girlfriend Susan. After imagining the ideal life they could have together, he goes to her apartment and proposes. She accepts and George almost immediately begins to have second thoughts, especially after Jerry breaks up with his girlfriend a second time. Elaine meanwhile is having trouble with a neighbor's barking dog and enlists the help of two professionals to get rid of the problem: Kramer and Newman.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Wayne Knight ... Newman

Jerry Stiller ... Frank Costanza

Estelle Harris ... Estelle Constanza
Heidi Swedberg ... Susan Ross
Mario Joyner ... Himself
Janni Brenn ... Woman #2

Mailon Rivera ... Cop #1

Athena Massey ... Melanie
Ron Byron ... Man

Renee Faia ... Alice (as Renee Phillips)

Cindy Cheung ... Woman #1 (credit only) (as Cindy)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)
Toni DeRose ... Kissing Girl (uncredited)
Tim Kaiser ... Husband on Pier (uncredited)
James Lansbury ... Man on Pier (uncredited)
Christine Nyhart ... Woman on Pier (uncredited)

Ed O'Ross ... Cop #2 (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: The Postponement

28 September 1995
Feeling overwhelmed, George wants to postpone marrying Susan.

Season 7, Episode 3: The Maestro

5 October 1995
Elaine dates the conductor of an orchestra who insists everyone calls him "Maestro."

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza
Heidi Swedberg ... Susan Ross

Phil Morris ... Jackie Chiles

Mark Metcalf ... Maestro
Gary Yates ... Security Guard
Paul Michael ... Ciccio
James Noah ... Ned

Tim Bagley ... Manager

Richard McGonagle ... Mr. Star
Kenneth Ryan ... Mr. Burns

Kymberly Newberry ... Ms. Jordan (as Kymberly S. Newberry)
David Wendelman ... Waiter
Norman Brenner ... Man in Store (uncredited)
Carol Brown ... Customer in Coffeeshop (uncredited)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)
Deck McKenzie ... Customer Being Robbed (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: The Wink

12 October 1995
Jerry squirts grapefruit into George's eye at breakfast, and for the rest of the day George is misinterpreted because everyone thinks he is winking at them.

Season 7, Episode 5: The Hot Tub

19 October 1995
Wilhelm thinks George is cracking under the pressure of working in the big leagues. So he has George entertain a group of visiting baseball officials from the Houston Astros, who are in New York to discuss inter-league play. George picks up a bad habit from them, who call everyone either a "bastard" or a "son of a bitch". Kramer buys a hot tub from his friend Lomez and installs it in his apartment. At the same time, Elaine is having a marathon runner from Trinidad And Tobago named Jean Paul Jean Paul stay with her as a house guest. Jean Paul was in the Olympics and became famous for having over slept and missed the entire race. She tells Jerry about it, and Jerry meets Jean Paul. Jean Paul reveals that there were separate knobs for the volume and the radio volume. Elaine also gets a severe case of writer's block when Peterman asks Elaine to come up with an idea for the Himalayan Walking Shoes. The previous night, Kramer runs the heat pump too hot and it blows out, reducing his body temperature in the process. The next day after George meets the baseball officials, he curses at them on the phone. Wilhelm once again thinks George is cracking under the pressure and reports it to Steinbrenner. Back at Elaine's, Jean Paul comments on what a "cute little bastard" her neighbor's baby is. Jean Paul gets kicked out of the building and has to go stay with Jerry. Jerry checks Jean Paul into a hotel and makes sure that the alarm clock situation is satisfactory. But after Jerry offends the wake-up guy, they bail on the hotel and go back to Jerry's apartment. Jerry tells Kramer to set his mental alarm for 6:30. Elaine, meanwhile, becomes disillusioned with Jerry about the whole Jean Paul ordeal and takes a walk, when she finally overcomes her catalog writer's block and comes up with a great write-up for the Himalayan Walking Shoes. But then during the night, Kramer's heat pump blows out all the fuses in the building. Jerry realizes that they had overslept and he and Jean Paul rush out to get to the race in time. They succeed and Jean Paul is leading the race when they get to the finish line. But Kramer is so cold from having the heat pump blown out that he is drinking boiling hot cups of coffee. Jean Paul grabs Kramer's drink instead of one of the other drinks and burns himself. George meets with Steinbrenner, who educates him on the nerve-calming capabilities of the hot tub.

Season 7, Episode 6: The Soup Nazi

2 November 1995
A soup stand owner obsesses about his customers' ordering procedure, but his soup is so good that people line up down the block for it anyway.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Wayne Knight ... Newman
Heidi Swedberg ... Susan Ross

Alexandra Wentworth ... Sheila

Larry Thomas ... Soup Nazi

Steve Hytner ... Bania

John Paragon ... Ray

Yul Vazquez ... Bob

Thom Barry ... Super

Vince Melocchi ... Furniture Guy

Ana Gasteyer ... Woman
Michael Michaud ... Customer (as Mike Michaud)

Buddy Quaid ... Customer
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)
Cedric Duplechain ... Customer (uncredited)

Judy Kerr ... Woman (uncredited)

Lawrence Mandley ... Larry, Owner of Monk's (uncredited)

Vivicca A. Whitsett ... Customer (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 7: The Secret Code

9 November 1995
George refuses to give anyone his secret code (BOSCO). Kramer buys a police scanner. Jerry does a series of ads for Leapin' Larry's Appliance Store. Elaine has dinner with J. Peterman but after she and Jerry bail on the dinner, George is stuck to dine with Peterman. George spills his secret code to Peterman's dying mother and gets in trouble for it.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza
Heidi Swedberg ... Susan Ross

John O'Hurley ... Peterman
Wayne Tippit ... Captain

Lewis Arquette ... Leapin' Larry

Fred Stoller ... Fred Yerkes

Ellen Albertini Dow ... Momma

David St. James ... Doctor
Michael Luckerman ... Man
Von L. Roddy ... Desota (as Von Roddy)
Karen Lorshbough ... Relative
Leesa Bryte ... Secretary
Randy Carter ... Fire Station Speaker (voice) (uncredited)
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Judy Kerr ... Woman (uncredited)

Carol Leifer ... Relative (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 8: The Pool Guy

16 November 1995
Jerry has a hard time telling the pool guy at his new health club that there isn't room for a 5th member of the group. George's worlds collide when Elaine starts hanging out with Susan. Kramer discovers that his phone number is one digit off from that of a popular movie-finding service and offers help to those that mistakenly call his number.

Season 7, Episode 9: The Sponge

7 December 1995
After learning that her prophylactic of choice is being discontinued, Elaine buys a case of Today sponges and scrutinizes her dates for their sponge-worthiness.

Season 7, Episode 10: The Gum

14 December 1995
Lloyd Braun comes back from the insane asylum. Kramer takes him under his wing and convinces Jerry to buy gum from him and wear glasses that don't belong to him to prove that Lloyd isn't crazy. George tries to prove to his old neighbor Deena that he isn't crazy after a cashier short changes him.

Season 7, Episode 11: The Rye

4 January 1996
After George's parents take back the bread they gifted to Susan's parents, George makes Jerry find another loaf and tries to appease Susan's parents by taking them on Kramer's Manhattan horse tours, to disastrous consequences.

Season 7, Episode 12: The Caddy

25 January 1996
Elaine's floozy former ex-roommate Sue Ellen Mischkie returns. George locks his keys in his car and leaves it in the Yankees parking lot. Elaine, out of spite, buys Sue Ellen a bra for a birthday gift as she has never worn one. George, having successfully convinced Wilhelm and Steinbrenner that he's putting in extra hours, decides to skip town with Susan after learning that her father rebuilt the cabin. So George asks Kramer and Jerry to go to Yankee Stadium and take the fliers off of his car. The car is really dirty, and Jerry and Kramer decide to go take it to the car wash. But along the way, they see Sue Ellen wearing the bra as a top. Jerry and Kramer get distracted and crash George's car. They return the damaged car back to Yankee Stadium. Steinbrenner, having seen the damage, and with George nowhere in sight, thinks George is dead. Kramer injures his arm in the accident, and his golf game is ruined. Elaine decides that Sue Ellen is a menace to society, and Kramer hires smooth-talking attorney Jackie Chiles to represent them. Unfortunately, the trial is jeopardized when Kramer asks Stan The Caddy for advice.

Season 7, Episode 13: The Seven

1 February 1996
George meets Susan's cousins. The wife is expecting a baby and they are having a hard time agreeing on the name. George reveals that he wants to name his kid Seven after Mickey Mantle. The cousins like the idea of naming their kid Seven, but nobody else does. Elaine buys an antique bicycle and hurts her neck in the process. Kramer fixes her neck and wants the bicycle in exchange for payment. Jerry's new girlfriend wears the same dress every single day.

Season 7, Episode 14: The Cadillac

8 February 1996
In this hour-long episode, Jerry performs the biggest show of his life in Atlantic City. He receives a rather generous pay check for the event, and decides to buy his father a Cadillac. Unfortunately, doing so puts Morty in the hot seat with the condo board of directors, where he serves as president. Morty is accused of stealing money from the board, and ultimately gets removed from his post as president and kicked out of the condo. Meanwhile, thanks to Elaine, George can score a date with "My Cousin Vinnie" star Marisa Tomei but Elaine objects because of George's engagement with Susan. Kramer turns the tables on the cable company when they want to disconnect his service.

Season 7, Episode 15: The Shower Head

15 February 1996
Peterman wants Elaine to go to Africa, but when Elaine tests positive for Opium in her physical, that means no dice. George tries to convince his parents to move to Florida so that he finally gets his "buffer zone", but they have problems with Jerry's parents. Kramer and Newman scheme to buy black market shower heads when the building switches to low-flow ones.

Season 7, Episode 16: The Doll

22 February 1996
George freaks out when he discovers that Susan has a doll that looks exactly like his mother. Jerry decides to use that as a bit on the Charles Grodin show when his prop gets destroyed in his carry-on luggage, but fellow comedian Sally Weaver screws up his bit by bringing him the wrong doll.

Season 7, Episode 17: The Friars Club

7 March 1996
Jerry has a hard time getting membership in the Friar's Club when the Flying Santos Brothers take his jacket during a show. Meanwhile, Elaine suspects that a new co-worker (Rob Schnieder) is faking a hearing disorder to get out of doing work.

Season 7, Episode 18: The Wig Master

4 April 1996
Susan's friends are in town for the Broadway production of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Kramer gets to wear the coat and is mistaken for a pimp in public when he accuses a local parking lot of running a prostitution ring out of his car. Jerry buys a jacket and later returns it for spite. Elaine tries to buy a dress from the same guy Jerry gets the jacket from, but is stunned to learn that he's holding it until Elaine sleeps with him.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza
Heidi Swedberg ... Susan Ross

Patrick Bristow ... Wig Master

Harry Van Gorkum ... Craig

Gina Mastrogiacomo ... Prostitute

Kim Chase ... Charmaine

Chaim Girafi ... Jiffy Park Guy (as Chaim Jeraffi)

Michael McDonald ... Jesse (as Michael James McDonald)
Pamela Dillman ... Salesperson
Zack Phifer ... Bob
Shashi Bhatia ... Flower Girl
Norman Brenner ... Ian
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Larry David ... Police Officer (voice) (uncredited)
Victor Wayne Harris ... Man at Jiffy Park (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 19: The Calzone

25 April 1996
George gets Steinbrenner hooked on eggplant calzones from a local Italian restaurant. But George gets banned from the restaurant when he's accused of stealing from the tip jar. He then asks Kramer to pick up the calzones, but Kramer gets kicked out when he tries to pay with pennies. George's last resort in getting the calzones is Newman who wants a cut of every delivery. Meanwhile, Kramer will only wear clothing if it's straight from the dryer.

Season 7, Episode 20: The Bottle Deposit

2 May 1996
In this two-part episode, Kramer and Newman scheme to make money on recycling by taking a mail truck to Michigan full of bottles and cans. But their road trip takes a turn for the worst (literally) when Jerry's car is stolen by a psychotic auto mechanic and they track Jerry's car out in the Midwest. Elaine outbids Sue Ellen Mischkie by double her budget for JFK's golf clubs and leaves them in Jerry's car. George gets a project from his boss Wilhelm but doesn't hear the other end of what he's supposed to do. Steinbrenner sees the results of George's project and has him committed to a mental hospital.

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Wayne Knight ... Newman

Richard Herd ... Wilhelm

John O'Hurley ... Peterman

Brenda Strong ... Sue Ellen

Brad Garrett ... Tony

Patrick Kerr ... Clerk
Mary Jo Keenen ... Deena Lazzari

Rance Howard ... Farmer
Karen Lynn Scott ... Susie, the Farmer's Daughter

Nicholas Mele ... Detective
Sandy Ward ... Pop
Harvey Jason ... Auctioneer
Larry Polson ... Homeless Guy

Dan O'Connor ... Young Cop
Bonnie McNeil ... Woman
Lee Bear ... George Steinbrenner (uncredited)

Larry David ... George Steinbrenner (voice) (uncredited)
James Lansbury ... Herb (uncredited)
David Mandel ... Twitching Patient (uncredited)
Dave Richardson ... Dan (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 21: The Wait Out

9 May 1996
George makes a comment that breaks up a married couple. Because of this comment, he tries to find a way out of his pending marriage to Susan by any means necessary. Jerry and Elaine swoop in to pick up the pieces of said relationship. Kramer wears an unusually tight pair of jeans and cant take them off.

Season 7, Episode 22: The Invitations

16 May 1996
It's finally time for George and Susan's wedding. George doesn't think he can go through with the wedding. But when Susan puts George in charge of the wedding invitations, George gets the cheapest ones in the lot, knowing that the glue for the envelopes is cheap. Unfortunately for Susan, the glue is also toxic and licking the envelopes has fatal consequences. Meanwhile, Jerry courts a woman just like him named Janeanne Steinberg and holds up his end of George's "pact" (see episode "The Engagement").

Jerry Seinfeld ... Jerry Seinfeld

Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Elaine Benes

Michael Richards ... Cosmo Kramer

Jason Alexander ... George Costanza

Janeane Garofalo ... Jeannie
Heidi Swedberg ... Susan Ross

Stephen Root ... Mr. Lager
Victor Raider-Wexler ... Doctor

John Riggi ... Teller

Sue Goodman ... Clerk

Julie Claire ... Waitress
Fred Goehner ... Delivery Guy
Ruth Cohen ... Ruthie Cohen (uncredited)

Carol Leifer ... Barbara - Bank Employee (uncredited)
Barry Marder ... Man at Bar (uncredited)

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: The Foundation

19 September 1996
After Susan dies, George decides to live the high life by going the bachelor pad route. But his fun quickly ends when Jerry quotes Star Trek II and the Ross's decide to create a foundation in Susan's memory. Jerry gets reacquainted with Mulva (see episode "The Junior Mint") and decides to do some research into which recent break-up story was more believable - his or George's. Elaine gets in trouble when J. Peterman flees to Burma and puts her in charge of the catalog. She doesn't think she is up to the task of running a large business until Kramer motivates her with some life lessons he learned in martial arts training. The stories do the trick until Elaine discovers who Kramer has really been fighting.

Season 8, Episode 2: The Soul Mate

26 September 1996
George is convinced that the chairman of the Susan Biddle Foundation thinks he killed Susan. He tries to record their conversation when he's not there but doesn't quite get it right. Elaine meets some old friends all of whom now have babies. She of course does not want children and that leads her to a like-minded new boyfriend, Kevin. Jerry's new girlfriend Pam drops in on Jerry but it's Kramer who is smitten. The more Kramer says he likes her however, the more Jerry does as well.

Season 8, Episode 3: The Bizarro Jerry

3 October 1996
Elaine meets Kevin's friends and feels likes she's entered the world of Bizarro Jerry where her world is in reverse. Jerry has a date with Gillian, a woman with man hands. George hits on a new sob story to try and get in with a beautiful receptionist. Kramer gets an unpaid job at a upscale firm.