George gets a new job after he's mistaken for being handicapped while Jerry suspects Bania is taking advantage of him; Kramer's latest shaving technique backfires as Elaine breaks up with her boyfriend during a trans-Atlantic flight.
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.
George tries to woo a photo store employee with pictures of himself; Elaine discovers her reputation is making it difficult to get medical treatment; Kramer offers to get a refund for Jerry's broken stereo.
After getting fired from the Yankees, George uses his free time to help Jerry with a demanding girlfriend; Kramer accidentally wins a Tony Award while Elaine is accused of being mean by her co-workers.
As George gets his boss hooked on calzones, Kramer develops an addiction to freshly dried clothes; Jerry dates a woman of unusually persuasive beauty and Elaine falls for a man's clever dating tactics.
As George's job is jeopardized by his boss' failing memory, Kramer and Newman hatch a moneymaking scheme; Elaine's boss sends her to buy JFK's golf clubs, and Jerry's car is kidnapped by an over-protective mechanic.
Elaine agonizes over a woman's refusal to pass her some toilet tissue when she finds that her restroom stall is lacking. Meanwhile, Kramer convinces Jerry that his girlfriend Jane makes a living telling phone secrets, and George acts giddy around Elaine's new hunky boyfriend.
Romance starts to blossom between George and his former college classmate Diane, after Jerry falsely tells her that George is a successful marine biologist. Meanwhile, Elaine's electronic organizer injures an innocent passerby when it is thrown out of the window of a moving limousine.
Jerry obsessively worries when he takes his date to a restaurant famous for their apple pie and she refuses to eat a piece; meanwhile, Elaine discovers that a mannequin resembling her has been showing up in quite a few window displays.
When Kramer is hired as a stand-in on a soap opera, he befriends a "little person." But his advice on how to look taller doesn't sit well with the midget's other friends. Elsewhere, George is ready to break up with his girlfriend until he discovers that she's being urged to call it quits with him.
Jerry let his girlfriend pose as his wife so that she can receive his dry-cleaning discount. But the scam backfires when his family learns of his "marriage" and Meryl discovers some unexpected items in Jerry's laundry. Elsewhere, a guy at the health club whom Elaine wants to date has some damaging information about George.
When Jerry's mom and dad come for a visit, Jerry desperately tries to buy back the watch the bought for him, which was recovered by his Uncle Leo after Jerry had thrown it in the trash. Across town, a sweaty-palmed George tracks down a TV executive to negotiate his series deal -- at a lower figure.
Jerry frets that his creepy neighbor will awake from his coma and find out that he's been dating the sick man's passionate girlfriend. Meanwhile, Elaine is out of her mind with hunger after fasting to prepare for an ulcer test, and George delays a Caribbean vacation to consult a psychic about his fear of a plane crash.