Season Cast 94

  1. Jerry Seinfeld
  2. Jason Alexander
  3. Michael Richards
  4. Julia Louis-Dreyfus
  5. Heidi Swedberg

    Heidi Swedberg

    (11 Episodes)

  6. Bob Balaban

    Bob Balaban

    (6 Episodes)

  7. Peter Crombie

    Peter Crombie

    (5 Episodes)

  8. Wayne Knight

    Wayne Knight

    Newman (5 Episodes)

  9. Kevin Page

    (5 Episodes)

  10. Jane Leeves

    Jane Leeves

    (4 Episodes)

  11. Ping Wu

    Ping Wu

    (4 Episodes)

  12. Liz Sheridan

    Liz Sheridan

    (4 Episodes)

  13. Barney Martin

    Barney Martin

    (4 Episodes)

  14. Stephen McHattie

    Stephen McHattie

    (4 Episodes)

  15. Teri Hatcher

    Teri Hatcher

    (3 Episodes)

  16. Brian Doyle-Murray

    Brian Doyle-Murray

    (3 Episodes)

  17. Lanei Chapman

    Lanei Chapman

    (3 Episodes)

  18. Gina Hecht

    Gina Hecht

    (3 Episodes)

  19. Anne Twomey

    Anne Twomey

    (3 Episodes)

  20. Len Lesser

    Len Lesser

    (3 Episodes)

  21. Estelle Harris

    Estelle Harris

    (3 Episodes)

  22. Larry Hankin

    Larry Hankin

    (2 Episodes)

  23. Elizabeth Dennehy

    Elizabeth Dennehy

    (2 Episodes)

  24. Jessica Lundy

    Jessica Lundy

    (2 Episodes)

  25. Bill Erwin

    Bill Erwin

    (2 Episodes)

  26. Maggie Han

    Maggie Han

    (2 Episodes)

  27. Rick Overton

    Rick Overton

    (2 Episodes)

  28. Clint Howard

    Clint Howard

    (2 Episodes)

  29. Peter Murnik

    Peter Murnik

    (2 Episodes)

  30. Keith Morrison

    Newscaster (2 Episodes)

  31. Vaughn Armstrong

    Vaughn Armstrong

    (2 Episodes)

  32. Jeremy Piven

    Jeremy Piven

    (2 Episodes)

  33. Al Ruscio

    (2 Episodes)

  34. Elena Wohl

    Elena Wohl

    (2 Episodes)

  35. Elmarie Wendel

    Elmarie Wendel

    Helene (2 Episodes)

  36. Michael Ornstein

    Michael Ornstein

    (1 Episode)

  37. Mark Christopher Lawrence
  38. George Wendt

    George Wendt

    (1 Episode)

  39. Tom La Grua

    (1 Episode)

  40. Paula Marshall

    Paula Marshall

    (1 Episode)

  41. Brian George

    Brian George

    (1 Episode)

  42. Nick Bakay

    Nick Bakay

    (1 Episode)

  43. Kathy Kinney

    Kathy Kinney

    (1 Episode)

  44. Miguel Pérez

    Miguel Pérez

    (1 Episode)

  45. Victoria Dillard

    Victoria Dillard

    (1 Episode)

  46. Mariska Hargitay
  47. Susan Walters

    Susan Walters

    (1 Episode)

  48. Montrose Hagins

    (1 Episode)

  49. Scott Burkholder

    Scott Burkholder

    (1 Episode)

  50. Peter Parros

    Peter Parros

    (1 Episode)

  51. David Graf

    David Graf

    (1 Episode)

  52. Anita Barone

    Anita Barone

    (1 Episode)

  53. Glen Chin

    (1 Episode)

  54. Andrea Parker

    Andrea Parker

    (1 Episode)

  55. Taylor Negron

    Taylor Negron

    (1 Episode)

  56. Megan Mullally

    Megan Mullally

    (1 Episode)

  57. Sherman Howard

    Sherman Howard

    (1 Episode)

  58. Ilana Levine

    (1 Episode)

  59. Perry Anzilotti

    Perry Anzilotti

    (1 Episode)

  60. Fred Savage

    Fred Savage

    (1 Episode)

  61. Denise Richards

    Denise Richards

    (1 Episode)

  62. Timothy Omundson

    Timothy Omundson

    (1 Episode)

  63. Jerry Stiller

    Jerry Stiller

    (1 Episode)

  64. Lawrence Mandley

    Lawrence Mandley

    (1 Episode)

  65. Michael Des Barres

    Michael Des Barres

    (1 Episode)

  66. Peggy Stewart

    Peggy Stewart

    (1 Episode)

  67. Corbin Bernsen

    Corbin Bernsen

    (1 Episode)

  68. Grace Zabriskie

    Grace Zabriskie

    (1 Episode)

  69. Ricky Dean Logan

    Ricky Dean Logan

    (1 Episode)

  70. Edie McClurg

    Edie McClurg

    (1 Episode)

  71. Tony Papenfuss

    (1 Episode)

  72. Jason Wingreen

    Jason Wingreen

    (1 Episode)

  73. Richard Steven Horvitz
  74. Richard Portnow

    Richard Portnow

    (1 Episode)

  75. Denise Dowse

    Denise Dowse

    (1 Episode)

  76. O-Lan Jones

    O-Lan Jones

    (1 Episode)

  77. Tobin Bell

    Tobin Bell

    (1 Episode)

  78. Allan Kolman

    (1 Episode)

  79. Fritzi Burr

    (1 Episode)

  80. David Sage

    (1 Episode)

  81. Al Fann

    (1 Episode)

  82. Jerry Hauck

    Jerry Hauck

    (1 Episode)

  83. Nancy Lenehan

    Nancy Lenehan

    (1 Episode)

  84. Steve Eastin

    Steve Eastin

    (1 Episode)

  85. Samantha Dorman

    (1 Episode)

  86. Susan Ilene Johnson

    (1 Episode)

  87. Chris Penn

    Chris Penn

    (1 Episode)

  88. Mimi Craven

    Mimi Craven

    (1 Episode)

  89. Erick Avari

    Erick Avari

    (1 Episode)

  90. Bruce Jarchow

    Bruce Jarchow

    Mooney (1 Episode)

  91. Robert Noble

    Robert Noble

    (1 Episode)

  92. Vanessa Marquez

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Season Crew 36

Directing

  1. Tom Cherones

    Tom Cherones

    Director (24 Episodes)

Writing

  1. Larry David

    Larry David

    Writer (13 Episodes)

  2. Larry Charles

    Larry Charles

    Writer (7 Episodes)

  3. Peter Mehlman

    Writer (4 Episodes)

  4. Jerry Seinfeld

    Jerry Seinfeld

    Writer (1 Episode)

  5. Andy Robin

    Writer (1 Episode)

  6. John Hayman

    Writer (1 Episode)

  7. Bill Masters

    Writer (1 Episode)

  8. Steve Skrovan

    Writer (1 Episode)

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Episodes 24

August 12, 1992

With Elaine in Europe, Jerry asks George to accompany him on a trip to LA and The Tonight Show; while there they will try to locate Kramer. While auditioning, Kramer must deal with the advances of an older female landlord (an actress who hasn't worked since 1934) and get someone in Hollywood to read his script treatment. A body is discovered; the victim, a young woman, was strangled. Kramer meets a woman at an audition and he gives her a copy of his script. Jerry loses the correct phrasing for some new jokes and George tries to get Lupe, the chambermaid, to make his bed just right. At The Tonight Show, George disturbs the guests and Jerry bombs. The woman Kramer gave the script to is strangled and his script is found in her possession. Kramer's face is shown on the news as the prime suspect for the "Smog Strangler," a serial-killer.

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August 19, 1992

Jerry and George try to contact the police to tell them Kramer is innocent. Kramer still doesn't know he's wanted. Jerry and George get a ride in a police car and while en route the officers pick up a possible 519. The 519 suspect is put in the back of the car with George and Jerry and they ask him tipping advice. Then all units are called in on Kramer's building, Jerry and George leave the police car door open and the 519 suspect escapes. While Kramer is in for questioning, another victim is found. He is let go and Jerry and George want to know what he is going to do, he is going to stay in LA. Jerry and George are back in New York and Kramer turns up like nothings changed.

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8.8

The Pitch

September 16, 1992

NBC executives ask Jerry to come up with an idea for a TV series. George decides he can be a sitcom writer and comes up with "nothing." Kramer trades a radar detector for a helmet, later Newman gets a speeding ticket. While waiting to meet the NBC executives, George and Jerry meet Joe Davola, a writer and "a total nut" who goes to the same shrink as Elaine. Jerry searching for conversation, mentions Kramer's party, whereto Joe wasn't invited. While discussing the disaster of the meeting with NBC, George focuses on starting a relationship with the female NBC executive. Kramer shows his approval by throwing up on her. The helmet saves Kramer from an attack by "Crazy" Joe Davola. While all this is going on Elaine is in Europe with her shrink.

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8.8

The Ticket

September 16, 1992

Kramer suffers side effects from his head injury. NBC gives Jerry and George another meeting and on the way, Jerry throws out a watch his parents gave him. He then meets his Uncle Leo, who picks the watch out of the garbage. Kramer agrees to be an alibi for Newman's trial on a speeding ticket. George and Jerry meet with NBC executives and they give the go ahead for a pilot. Later they hide in the coffee shop, afraid of an attack from "Crazy" Joe. Elaine's shrink realizes that he didn't leave an extra prescription for Joe Davola, for the time while he's on vacation.

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8.3

The Wallet

September 23, 1992

Jerry's parents come to town to see a back specialist, they hear about "Crazy" Joe not liking Jerry and ask about the watch they gave him. George "negotiates" the deal with the NBC and gets a box of cigars from Susan's father. While at the doctor's office Morty's wallet is "stolen." Elaine returns from her trip and tries to end her relationship with her shrink. The deal with NBC is lost.

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9.0

The Watch

September 30, 1992

Jerry has dinner with his parents and Uncle Leo. Women, who's paying and the watch are all discussed. Elaine uses Kramer as "her boyfriend" in trying to fool her shrink. George gets Russell's address and tries to get the pilot reinstated. Jerry tries to buy back the watch. Outside her shrink's office, Elaine meets "Crazy" Joe, whom she begins to date.

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October 7, 1992

Jerry's girlfriend, Naomi has a laugh that sounds like "Elmer Fudd sitting on a juicer," and when she hears George's message to Jerry, she breaks up with him. So instead, Jerry asks Elaine to accompany him on a trip to a cabin in the mountain with George and Susan. Kramer isn't invited. Jerry agrees to a side trip to visit a sick fan, a "Bubble Boy." George gets into a fight with the "Bubble Boy" over the correct answer to a Trivial Pursuit question. Kramer and Naomi also make the trip to the cabin and get the fire started.

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October 28, 1992

Jerry and George begin to work on the pilot for the series they pitched to NBC. Jerry says the wrong thing while "messing" around with one of Elaine's co-workers. George & Susan tell her father about the cabin fire, he becomes distraught and letters saved from the fire soon explain why. Kramer goes to the Cuban Embassy in search of cigars and makes a deal.

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8.8

The Opera

November 4, 1992

"Crazy" Joe leaves Jerry a message saying he will put the "kibosh" on him. Kramer has tickets for the opera, Pagliacci, and everyone is going including Elaine and her boyfriend "Crazy" Joe. Elaine drops in on Joe's apartment and is she surprised by what she discovers, so she maces him with cherry Binaca and ends their relationship. Susan can't attend, so George tries to scalp her ticket. Joe, a big fan of Pagliacci, comes to the opera in clown garb; Elaine and Jerry attend together not realizing their different estranged relationships with Joe.

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6.9

The Virgin

November 11, 1992

After much procrastination, George and Jerry strain to think of an idea for their TV series a few hours before a meeting with NBC executives. Jerry finds out a girl he once met is still a virgin, and later Elaine educates her about men after sex. George wants to end his relationship with Susan so he can exploit his writing profession as a pick-up line. Elaine runs into a Chinese delivery boy. Kramer watches too much television.

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8.7

The Contest

November 18, 1992

George's mother throws her back out when she falls down after catching him doing "you know." When George says he'll never do it again, Jerry challenges him to a contest of self-denial, when he accepts, Elaine and Kramer want in on the action, or rather the lack of it.

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9.3

The Airport

November 25, 1992

When their flight home gets canceled, Jerry & Elaine gets on another flight, the latter gets cramped into coach and Jerry parties in 1st class with a model. George and Kramer go between JFK and La Guardia to pick them up. When they settle on an airport George meets a convict and Kramer sees a man who owes him $240 from years ago.

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8.7

The Pick

December 16, 1992

Elaine is humiliated when she accidentally shows a bit too much on her Christmas card photo, that she has sent out to everyone she knows. Jerry has a date with the model from the plane, she later dumps Jerry because of "The Pick." George tries to reunite with Susan, but realizes it's a mistake, and uses "The Pick". Kramer goes to Calvin Klein to complain about "The Ocean," a fragrance they stole from him, and is asked to pose for a risqué underwear advertisement.

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9.0

The Movie

January 6, 1993

Jerry tries to make two show dates and afterwards go to the movie theater to meet everyone. George gets in the wrong line for tickets. George, Elaine & Kramer decide to go to another theater to see the movie. Kramer waits outside for Jerry but also wants a hot dog. Jerry misses his first show, then goes to movie theater to tell everyone he won't make the movie, but no one is there. Through a comedy of errors, everyone (but Kramer) misses the movie, they were originally going to see.

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8.0

The Visa

January 27, 1993

George meets a Chinese female lawyer who thinks he is real funny; so he tells Jerry not to be funny around her, but she becomes attracted to this. Kramer returns early from baseball fantasy camp, where he accidentally punched Mickey Mantle. A mix-up with Jerry's mail causes Babu to be arrested for not renewing his visa. Jerry tries to get the lawyer to help Babu, but George's honesty when his relationship is threatened causes Babu to be deported and Elaine to still be sued by the delivery boy she hit.

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8.7

The Shoes

February 4, 1993

Jerry and George struggle to keep their idea for a TV series alive, one of their problems is they don't know how to do the Elaine character. Jerry meets an old girlfriend he never could kiss, later Kramer gets the opportunity. The ex-girlfriend talks about Elaine's shoes, mainly because she wants them. George is caught staring at the cleavage of the daughter of the NBC executive who is approving their script. Elaine's cleavage provides a means to turn the tables on him.

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9.6

The Outing

February 11, 1993

No thanks to Elaine, Jerry must work hard to prove he is straight when a college reporter mistakenly reports that he and George are gay, "not that there is anything wrong with that." Things really get out of hand when the article is picked up by the New York Post.

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8.3

The Old Man

February 18, 1993

Jerry, Elaine & George volunteer to help the elderly. Jerry gets assigned to a nasty old man. Elaine is repulsed by the goiter problems of hers and George depresses his charge. Kramer and Newman try the business of selling old records to a used record store. Jerry loses track of his man when they try to take him to the dentist to repair his dentures, after the man had bitten Kramer's arm.

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8.2

The Implant

February 25, 1993

Jerry dumps his girlfriend after Elaine says her figure is the result of implants. Kramer claims to have seen Salman Rushdie at the health club. By accident Elaine later discovers the breasts are real. George accompanies his current girlfriend to Detroit for her aunt's wake. While there he tries to get a copy of her death certificate so he can get a 50% discount on the airfare.

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March 18, 1993

Jerry has a date with a woman whose name he has forgotten, but it "rhymes with a female body part." Could it be "Mulva"? Elaine visits an old boyfriend who's in the hospital for an operation; he was once fat, thin she's interested again. Kramer gets an opportunity to witness the operation and he drags Jerry along, while watching they have an accident with a "Junior Mint."

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April 15, 1993

The strong body odor of a valet is left in Jerry's car. George can't believe it when he spots Susan holding hands with another woman. Elaine loses her current boyfriend and Jerry is forced to try to sell the car, because the odor has taken a life of its own and permeated everything. George is turned by Susan's new outlook on life. Susan's friend is swayed to heterosexuality by Kramer, though later turned back off by a whiff of a jacket that Kramer borrowed from Jerry. When the car can't be sold, Jerry winds up leaving it and the keys out on the street.

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May 13, 1993

Going out to buy an engagement party present for "The Drake," George parks his father's car in a handicap parking spot, after taking Kramer's advice. An angry mob trashes the vehicle when a disabled woman gets injured, because of the illegal parking. While visiting the woman at the hospital, Kramer falls in love and feels compelled to replace the wheelchair. George becomes his father's butler after his father gets arrested for parking in the spot.

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May 20, 1993

Jerry and George get the green light to produce Jerry, the pilot for the series based on their "nothing" lives. Russell Dalrimple, the president at NBC behind the pilot, is obsessed with Elaine. George is obsessed with a white spot on his lip and a box of raisins taken by actor playing Kramer. The real Kramer has an internal plumbing problem and on his way to fix it, he gets delayed and is caused to "miss his chance." Jerry has an audition with the new "Elaine," a method actress interested in being Elaine in every way. The real Elaine has a problem with the coffee shop, they appear to be only hiring buxom waitresses, so she tries to get hired and files a report.

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May 20, 1993

Rehearsals for the pilot begin. Russell's obsession with Elaine begins to affect his work. George asks TV Kramer about the raisins. The real Kramer might be forced to work on his plumbing problem by using the "dreaded apparatus." Elaine gets an investigation started on the owner of the diner. George gets the results of the biopsy of his white spot. At the taping of the pilot, Elaine sneaks in disguised and "Crazy" Joe jumps out of the audience. Elaine finds Morty's wallet in Jerry's couch. Everyone from the past season comments on the pilot as it's broadcast, they all think it's great. When Russell disappears, the fate of the pilot is in the hands of the new president, a person convinced that Jerry can't act.

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