(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.
While Kramer begins planning a millennium party, Jerry is happy to have made it to the number one spot on his girlfriend's telephone speed dial. Elaine is upset by a store clerk's lack of interest in selling her a pair of sandals. Another job offer inspires George to get fired from Yankees.
With her new relationship with jazz musician John Germaine going well, Elaine lets Jerry in on the news. Meanwhile, wanting to make a good impression, George's dad insists on bringing a special loaf of rye bread to a dinner with Susan's parents.
After learning that his new girlfriend Lois works for high school classmate Duncan Meyer, Jerry tells Elaine of their longstanding dispute over an inadvertent head start in a race, one which crowned Jerry as the school's fastest runner.
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.
Jerry's girlfriend sees George naked during a weekend at the beach.
(TV-PG) Kramer gets hired as an extra on a soap opera and convinces his friend to alter his appearance.
Denouncing the custom of bringing wine for their hosts, George dons a bulky new parka to protect him against the bitter cold and joins his friends in Kramer's car for the trip to a dinner party. However, when Elaine decides that they should also bring dessert, she and Jerry stop at bakery.
Elaine agrees to have Kramer take a photograph for her Christmas card, and Jerry discovers his girlfriend is wearing the same fragrance Kramer had proposed to Calvin Klein a year ago. Eventually, Elaine discovers her Christmas picture shows too much décolletage.
Jerry accidentally causes Elaine's breakup with her boyfriend, a recovering alcoholic, when he resumes drinking. George shows his gratitude to Elaine for finding him a job by buying her a discounted cashmere sweater, hoping she won't notice the slight blemish in the fabric.
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.
Jerry Seinfeld explains why the show about nothing was actually a show about everything in this sneak peek at 25 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT SEINFELD, premiering Sunday February 14 at 8/7c on TV Guide Network!
Larry David gives the real story behind the infamous Seinfeld episode The Contest, in this sneak peek at 25 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT SEINFELD, premiering Sunday February 14 at 8/7c on TV Guide Network!
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.