In this final episode of the series, Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer are arrested for their callous indifference to a car jacking victim.
(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.
While George demands an apology, Jerry is troubled by a girlfriend's frequent nudity.
(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.
Although his boss asks him to leave because he isn't really handicapped, George is determined to stay on the job. Kramer hires a college intern to be his executive assistant, and Elaine makes up with David Puddy.
Jerry comes away with tickets to a hockey playoff game. Although Elaine and Kramer are eager to go, George can't make it because of a date. So Elaine offers the extra ticket to her boyfriend, David Puddy. Meanwhile, George seriously considers telling his girlfriend he loves her.
Elaine's new boyfriend uses one of Jerry's intimate secrets; George's mom gets an eye job.
Jerry undergoes the impossible when he attempts to perform the roommate switch.
(TV-PG) George asks the waitress at Monk's coffee shop on a date.
(TV-PG) Kramer gets hired as an extra on a soap opera and convinces his friend to alter his appearance.
Elaine agonizes over a woman's refusal to pass her some toilet tissue when she finds that her restroom stall is lacking. Kramer convinces Jerry that his girlfriend Jane makes a living telling phone secrets, and George acts giddy around Elaine's new hunky boy.
Seinfeld: Season 8 clip - starring Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander.
Seinfeld clip - starring Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander.
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Jerry explains to Elaine that alcohol gives average people a chance to be with good looking people.
Jerry shows no emotion after hearing about the life of a bubble boy, but Elaine sobs uncontrollably.
Elaine shows a little more than holiday cheer with her Christmas card.
Jerry is willing to do an unselfish act for Elaine's new dolphin craze, but George won't do it.
Jerry wants tickets back that he had given away, so he prepares for a degift to a guy who regifts.
Elaine's dancing ruins the company party, but it gives George something to laugh about.
Newman asks Kramer to co-host his Newmanium party under the condition that Jerry can't attend.
Jerry sees a loophole in Elaine's theory that there can't be funny business in sleeping head-to-toe.
George can't control his ketchup after Jerry tells him about the dirty talk experience that he had.
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