1. The Seinfeld Chronicles This was the first ever episode of Seinfeld, or the pilot as it is called in show business. Elaine doesn't even appear in this episode. Not only that, but Kramer isn't the crazy guy we now know and love. In this episode, Jerry wonders about the motivations of an out-of-town guest that is a woman. 2. The Stakeout This is the first episode containing Elaine as Jerry's former lover. It also contains the theme music by Jon Wolfe, and also had Art Vandelay for the first time. In this episode, Jerry gets so interest in some woman that he stalks her at her work. 4. Male Unbonding This is significant to me because it is the first episode where Kramer tries a get-rich-quick scheme. In it, Jerry tries to get rid of an old friend he doesn't like anymore. George also has problems in his own relationship. 16. The Chinese Restaurant This is a hilariously well written episode by Larry David and Seinfeld. It invloves the gang going to dinner at a Chinese restaurant so they can have a quick meal before they go to see a movie. This episode is aboslutely hysterical. 18. The Note This episode has George getting a massage that sets off his gender insecurities. George has great acting in this one. Jerry gets in trouble when you find out that his dentist has been setting him up with free massages. Kramer thinks he see baseball great Joe Dimaggio at a donut shop. 20. The Pen The Pen has no George or Kramer, but only Elaine and Jerry. They go to Florida with Jerry's parents. Elaine gets slightly handicapped when she sleeps in a bad bed in the Seinfeld house. Jerry accepts an astronaut pen and it later comes back to hurt him. This rather funny episode was written by Larry David. 22. The Library Jerry gets busted by a library cop and finds out that he hasn't returned a book that he took in 1971 even though it's not his fault. George also worries that it is his fault that a man is homeless on the streets. 23. The Parking Garage This episode involves the gang getting stuck in a mall parking lot. There isn't a whole lot I can say about this besides that it is funny and I think hilarious as most. 25. The Tape This is an excitingly hysterical episode where George gets frustrated with being bald. George has his bezerko moments in this. Elaine leaves a sexy and dirty message into Jerry's machine that arouses all the guys. 26. The Nose Job This is a very shallow but funny episode where George tries to get is new girlfriend, Audrey, to get a nose job. Jerry wonders whether or not to date Isabel, an uninteresting woman, that he like for the physically appealing reasons. 29. The Red Dot George's tightwad attitude leads him to buy a sweater for Elaine because of the problem mentioned in the title. He then gives it to the cleaning woman after he had sex with her. Jerry ends up bringing the downfall of Elaine's alcoholic boyfriend. 32. The Suicide Jerry finds a woman, Gina, hitting on him after her boyfriend and Jerry's neighbor Martin attempts suicide. This episode is important because it is the first time we see Newman. 33. The Fix-Up Jerry and Elaine argue for a while and then decide to set George up with a whiny girl named Cynthia. Cynthia is a woman with low dating standards. George becomes confronted by the possibility that another Costanza could be somewhere. Larry Charles and Elaine Pope won an Emmy for outstanding writing in a comdey series. 34. The Boyfriend This is one of my favorite episodes of all, and it is definitely the best of the hour long Seinfeld's. Jerry meets the great baseball player Keith hernandz at the gym and then finds out Keith is gonna get involved with Elaine. There is a great parody of the JFK asassination, but instead it uses spit at a baseball game. George falls coming from the bathroom trying to answer the phone. 40. The Trip, Part I In this episode, Jerry and George go to LA because Jerry has a stand-up spot on the Tonight Show. George pisses off a few celebs like George Wendt and Fred Savage. Jerry bombs on the show, and Kramer is mistaken for a serial killer. 41. The Trip, Part II This second part involves Jerry and George going around LA trying to help kramer, and they eventually run into the real serial killer. By the end, they are all back in New York where they belong. 42. The Pitch/The Ticket This episode is mainly significant because George and Jerry first come up with a show "about nothing" Susan Biddle Ross and George get together first in this episode. 49. The Contest Probably my favorite episode. George gets caught masturbating by his mom. This leads the gang to bet $100 each, except Elaine, who has to pay $150, to see who can abstain from masturbating for the longest time. Big problems arise in their quest like JFK Jr and sponge baths. Larry David won a well deserved EMMY for this outrageous episode. 55. The Outing In this funny episode, a student reporter confuses Jerry and George for gay lovers. This episode also launched that phrase, "not that there's anything wrong with that." 58. The Junior Mint This one has Jerry forgeting the name of his current girlfriend. The only thing he can remember about her is that her name rhymes with a part of the female body. The title of this episode comes from when a junior mint ends up somewhere it shouldn't at a hospital. 63. The Puffy Shirt Jerry agrees with a friend of Kramer to wear an ugly piratelike shirt to an upcoming TV appearance. That is the basic plot to this episode except for Jerry Stiller appearing as George's dad for the first time. 66. The Bris Jerry and Elaine are godparents in this episode and have to try to deal with their obligations at a circumcision. Kramer believes he has seen a pig-man at the hospital. 67. The Lip Reader Jerry meets a woman at a tennis match that turns out to be blind. Elaine pretends to be deaf to avoid a conversation and George loses a girlfriend because of his bad eating habits. They take the deaf woman to a party for George so George can find out what is happening with his old girlfriend. 71. The Cigar Store Indian In this episode, Jerry buys an Indian statue as a makeup gift for Elaine, thus offending his Native American love interest. He then spends the rest of the episode trying to prove to her that he is not against Indians. Elaine meets a geek on the subway.
73. The Stall Jerry's new girlfriend won't give Elaine any toilet paper at the movies. George and Kramer go rock climbing with Elaine's boyfriend and his cute face gets messed up. Kramer has some problems with dirty phone calls on Jerry's phone. 76. The Pie A mannequin at a store looks remarkably resemblant to Elaine. Jerry has problems with his girlfriend because her father, a chef, doesn't wash his hands after he uses the bathroom. 79. The Raincoats Judge Reinhold wins an EMMY for his portrayal of Aaron the close talker. The Seinfelds and the Costanzas have problems when the Seinfelds come to twon. Kramer and Jerry's dad, Morty, go into the raincoat business. 81. The Hamptons Jerry's girlfriend walks in on George naked. George had just gotten back from the ocean and gets mad that she saw him with the shrinkage factor present. The townspeople go crazy about Kramer-type crimes. 82. The Opposite George decides to be different and does everything the opposite of usual in this episode. His life turns for the good as he gets a job with the Yankees. Elaine's life turns for the worse. Kramer appears on the Regis and Kathie Lee show. 89. The Soup Jerry gets a free Armani suit from annoying Kenny Bania. He offers to take him out to dinner for it, but when they go, Kenny takes soup and decides to save meal for another time. 91. The Secretary Jerry gets mad when he finds out that the dry cleaning people are wearing their customers' clothes. George gets close with his secretary and offers to give her a raise, but Steinbrenner gives her such a big raise that she starts to make more than George. 95. The Scofflaw Jon Lovitz plays a liar that fakes cancer for sympathy in this episode. Elaine has a battle of pride with her ex boyfriend. George gets an ugly hairpiece. 101. The Fusilli Jerry Elaine's boyfriend, David Puddy, steals Jerry's "move" in bed with Elaine. This makes Jerry go to a different mechanic, resulting in him getting screwed over. George decides to use "the move". 105. The Engagement Jerry and George realize they have been childish and decide to grow up and act more mature. George takes this too far, runs to Susan Biddle Ross, and gets engaged. Elaine has problems sleeping thanks to a loud neighborhood dog. 106. The Postponement George becomes uncertain about this wedding and tries to find a way to postpone it. Elaine has problems with a rabbi that can't keep secrets. Kramer spills a drink and decides to go to court for some easy money. 107. The Maestro Elaine decides to go out with one of Kramer's classical music conductor friend. She soon finds out that he will only be called "Maestro". Fake attorney Jacky Chiles takes Kramer's case against Java World, the coffee shop where he spilled the coffee in 106, "The Postponement". 110. The Soup Nazi Definitely a hilarious episode that features a great chef with a little of an attitude that must be endured by many people. Kramer finds a way to let Elaine's cabinet to be stolen. 112. The Pool Guy Jerry finds a friend at the pool that tries to hang around him longer than expected as Jerry tries to get rid of him. George has problems when Elaine tries to bring Susan into the fab four of friends and George's "Worlds Collide". 113. The Sponge When Elaine finds that her favorite form of birth control, the Today sponge, is being discontinued, she tries to buy as many as possible for later use. She then gets picky about who she uses them on. Kramer won't wear the ribbon at the AIDS walk and gets some trouble from others. 115. The Rye Hilarious episode where George's and Susan's parents have a dinner, and some problems with bread arise. Elaine's new boyfriend is a musician that won't go all the way. Kramer gets into the horse buggy business and has problems when the horse eats bad food. 119. The Shower Head Jerry and Kramer have problems in their apartments with weak showers. Elaine tries to pass clean through a physical at work, but she keeps coming up positive for drugs. 123. The Calzone George becomes the man that gets Mr. Steinbrenner his calzone from the same restaurant everyday until he runs into problems because he gets banned. He then has Kramer start to go get it, but he also runs into problems thanks to his new clothes cooking addiction. 125. The Wait Out After something George says causes to break a couple up, Jerry and Elaine get together to help each other get the newly single couple for themselves. Kramer gets jeans that are too tight to even take off which causes babysitting problems. 126. The Invitations George decides to buy extremely cheap wedding invitations for his and Susan's wedding. Susan begins to fill them out, and her licking them cause her to get poisoned and die. Jerry meets Jenny, who is the female version of himself. 127. The Foundation Instead of George grieving over Susan's death, he is upset because he has to be on her charity foundation. Kramer decides to enter a martial arts class. 128. The Soul Mate People on Susan's foundation begin to think that George killed her intentionally. Kramer and Jerry begin to like the same woman. Elaine gets a new boyfriend named Kevin. 129. The Bizarro Jerry Elaine starts to become friends with a group that is a different kind of her 3 guy friends she currently has. Kramer tries to get involved out in the real business world.
135. The Abstinence George finds out that the less sex he has, the smarter he gets. This phenomenon cause moral problems for George. Elaine dates a man that is close to actually becoming a doctor while Jerry has problems booking for career day. 145. The Yada Yada George begins to date a woman with low moral character who says the phrase, "yada yada". Jerry begins to think that his dentist Tim Whatley is converting from the Jewish religion. 146. The Millenium George tries to get himself fired from his job at the Yankees so he can get an even better job with the Mets. Surprisingly, this time he has problems screwing up. Kramer organizes a party for the millenium then finds out that he is in competition with Newman. 156. The Betrayal This is the backwards episode. It starts at the end and ends at the beginnning. It involves the gang going to India and finding out about some sexual secrets. Someone back in New York makes their birthday wish for Kramer to drop dead. 157. The Apology Jerry doesn't like the idea of his new girlfriend eating breakfast naked. George gets mad at a guy going through the 12-step recovery problem. He won't apologize at step 9 about a comment he made at George earlier. Kramer tries to take shorter showers. 160. The Reverse Peephole Kramer and Newman decide to turn the peepholes on their doors backwards, so everyone can look into their rooms. David Puddy returns annoying Elaine with a feminine looking fur coat. I know these aren't ALL of the good episodes, but I tried to summarize some of my favorite for your benefit. If there is an episode that you would like for me to put on this list, just mail me at KramerStud@aol.com, and I will do it for you. Kramer Picture Gallery 1 Kramer Picture Gallery 2 Back Home