Seinfeld Season 4
Jerry and George begin taping Jerry and everyone gives advice to their screen alter egos. The pilot doesn't get picked up, and Jerry thinks it's because Elaine dumped Russell.
George parks his dad's car in a handicap spot, causing a handicap woman to injure herself and an angry mob to destroy the car.
A smelly valet stinks up Jerry's car; George believes he turned Susan into a lesbian.
Jerry cannot remember the name of his girl, but knows it rhymes with a female body part; Kramer watches a surgery and drops a Junior Mint into the body.
Jerry and Elaine try to figure out if Jerry's new girlfriend, Sidra (Teri Hatcher) has fake boobs.
George, Jerry and Elaine volunteer to spend time with senior citizens and all three have a bad time.
After a college newspaper mistakenly outs George and Jerry as a couple, they spend the episode living a life where everyone but Elaine thinks they're gay.
George and Jerry's television pilot gets canceled after they look at an NBC executive's daughter's cleavage; Elaine tries top stop Jerry's ex-girlfriend to stop talking to everyone about their new shoes.
Jerry attempts to keep Babu from being deported; Elaine tries to get George's attorney girlfriend to drop a suit against her.
The Seinfeld gang tries to catch a movie together but they keep missing each other.
Jerry's new girlfriend thinks she saw him picking his nose; Elaine mails a Christmas card that shows some nip; George tries to get Susan back.
Jerry and Elaine experience the major differences between flying first class and coach; George and Kramer travel to two different airports after their flight is rerouted.
After George is caught masturbating by his mother, the gang sets up a contest to see who can go the longest without masturbating.
Jery discovers he's dating a virgi, Marlan (Jane Leeves); Kramer harasses Jerry and George when they try to write their script.
Elaine realizes her boyfriend is actually Crazy Joe Davola. Jerry ends up stuck at the Opera.
Jerry offends Elain's assistant; Kramer finds a guy for Cuban cigars; All Susan wants from her family's burnt down cabin is John Cheever's letters.
Jerry agrees to visit a boy living in a bubble on his way to Susan's parents' cabin, but gets lost.
Jerry tries to buy his watch back from Uncle Leo, who picked it up from the trash; George tries to get back the NBC pilot.
Jerry has to explain to his parents why he never wears the watch they gave him; Morty thinks his wallet was stolen at the doctor's office.
Newman uses Kramer as a witness in his attempt to get out of a speed ticket.
NBC executives ask Jerry to write a pilot for a sitcom; Joe Davola starts stalking Jerry and Kramer.
Kramer is mistaken for a serial killer and arrested and ends up joining the guys on the way back to New York.
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Elaine: You'd think they'd mention that before they send you over there: "Oh, by the way, this woman almost has a second head." But no, no, I didn't get any goiter information.
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Elaine: (referring to Dr. Reston) He's like a Svenjolly.
Elaine: What did I say?
Elaine: Svenjolly? I did not say Svenjolly.
George: Svenjolly. (licking some peanut butter off his finger)
Elaine: I don't see how I could've said Svenjolly.
Jerry: Well, maybe he's got, like, a cheerful mental hold on you.
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