(TV-PG) George discovers he still has the high score on an old Frogger video game.
(TV-PG) Kramer and Newman decide to reverse their peepholes, and Jerry starts to wear a purse.
(TV-PG) Jerry ends up bargaining with Puddy and Elaine to get them back together so he can get a better deal on his car.
George's father decides to revive Festivus, a unique holiday he'd invented years earlier.
(TV-PG) Jerry, George and Elaine return from their trip to India that they don't want to talk about.
(TV-PG) Kramer finds the set of The Merv Griffin Show, and Jerry hits the toy jackpot with a girl he's dating.
Kramer's efforts to stop junk mail jeopardizes Newman; Jerry tries to avoid hurting an old friend's feelings, while George suspects his parents are avoiding him and Elaine falls for a TV commercial personality.
George tries to woo a photo store employee with pictures of himself; Elaine discovers her reputation is making it difficult to get medical treatment.
As George about being suspected of killing his fiancee, Kramer falls for Jerry's new girlfriend
Over dinner with friends, George dismisses their choice of names for the baby girl they are expecting. However, after privately telling Susan that he wants to name their first child Seven as a tribute to Mickey Mantle, George is shocked to discover Carrie and Ken like it, too.
George gets engaged, while Elaine takes drastic measures to silence a barking dog. Fake Movie Title - The Muted Heart.
Guest Star: Jon Lovitz - George learns the truth about a friend's illness; Kramer helps bring in a notorious scofflaw.
Jerry undergoes the impossible when he attempts to perform the roommate switch.
A new secretary's efficiency arouses George; Jerry spots a dry cleaner wearing his clothes.
George buys a convertible the salesman claims once belonged to Jon Voight.
(TV-PG) George asks the waitress at Monk's coffee shop on a date.
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