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This is an episode list of the sitcom Seinfeld, created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David. Seinfeld was a "show about nothing",[1] similar to the self-parodying "show within a show" of fourth-season episodes "The Pilot, Part 1" and "Part 2". Jerry Seinfeld was the lead character and played as a fictionalized version of himself. Set predominantly in an apartment block on New York City's Upper West Side, the show features a host of Jerry's friends and acquaintances, which include George Costanza, Elaine Benes, and Cosmo Kramer, who are portrayed by Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Michael Richards, respectively.[2]

The series debuted on July 5, 1989, on NBC as The Seinfeld Chronicles.[3] The pilot episode met with poor reviews, and as a result, NBC passed on the show. However, NBC executive Rick Ludwin believed the series had potential. He therefore gave Seinfeld a budget to create four more episodes, which formed the rest of season 1 and began airing on May 31, 1990.[4][5] The first season is considered the smallest sitcom order in television history.[6] During its nine-year run, 180 episodes of Seinfeld were produced. The count includes both halves of three one-hour episodes, including the finale, and two retrospective episodes, each split into two parts: "The Highlights of 100", covering the first 100 episodes; and "The Clip Show", also known as "The Chronicle", which aired before the series finale. On November 25, 2004, a special titled The Seinfeld Story was broadcast. This marked the first appearance of Seinfeld on NBC since its series finale in 1998.[7] All nine seasons are available on DVD and, as of 2013, the show is still rerun regularly in syndication.[8] The final episode aired on May 14, 1998.[5]

This list is arranged in the order the episodes were originally broadcast, not in the order of production. Every episode title, with the exception of "Male Unbonding" (the first episode produced after the pilot), begins with the word "The".

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesProd.
line
Originally airedSeinfeld DVD releases
Region 1Region 2Region 4Discs
151xx19891990November 23, 2004[9]November 1, 2004[10]October 13, 2004[11]4
2122xx1991
3233xx19911992November 23, 2004[9]November 1, 2004[12]October 18, 2004[13]
4244xx19921993May 17, 2005[9]June 13, 2005[14]May 25, 2005[15]
5225xx19931994November 22, 2005[9]November 28, 2005[16]November 23, 2005[17]
6246xx19941995November 22, 2005[9]November 28, 2005[18]November 23, 2005[19]
7247xx19951996November 21, 2006[9]November 20, 2006[20]November 8, 2006[21]
8228xx19961997June 5, 2007[9]June 4, 2007[22]June 13, 2007[23]
9249xx19971998November 6, 2007[9]November 19, 2007[24]October 24, 2007[25]

Episode list[edit]

The following list is ordered by the dates on which episodes originally aired, and some air dates may not correspond with the episode's production code. The number in the first column refers to the episode's number within the whole series, whereas the number in the second column indicates the episode's number within that particular season.

Season 1 (1989–90)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date[5]Production
code[26]
U.S.viewers
(in millions)
11"The Seinfeld Chronicles"Art WolffLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldJuly 5, 1989101
N/A
22"The Stake Out"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldMay 31, 199010322.5[27]
33"The Robbery"Tom CheronesMatt GoldmanJune 7, 199010419.7[28]
44"Male Unbonding"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldJune 14, 199010219.1[29]
55"The Stock Tip"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldJune 21, 199010519.4[30]

Season 2 (1991)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date[5]Production
code[31]
U.S.viewers
(in millions)
61"The Ex-Girlfriend"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldJanuary 23, 199120115.6[32]
72"The Pony Remark"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldJanuary 30, 199120215.2[33]
83"The Jacket"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldFebruary 6, 199120514.8[34]
94"The Phone Message"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldFebruary 13, 199120713.6[35]
105"The Apartment"Tom CheronesPeter MehlmanApril 4, 199120824.7[36]
116"The Statue"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesApril 11, 199121023.3[37]
127"The Revenge"Tom CheronesLarry DavidApril 18, 199121219.6[38]
138"The Heart Attack"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesApril 25, 199121120.6[39]
149"The Deal"Tom CheronesLarry DavidMay 2, 199121322.9[40]
1510"The Baby Shower"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesMay 16, 199120417.2[41]
1611"The Chinese Restaurant"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldMay 23, 199120616.8[42]
1712"The Busboy"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldJune 26, 199120312.5[43]

Season 3 (1991–92)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date[5]Production
code[44]
U.S.viewers
(in millions)
181"The Note"Tom CheronesLarry DavidSeptember 18, 199130121.7[45]
192"The Truth"David SteinbergElaine PopeSeptember 25, 199130216.7[46]
203"The Pen"Tom CheronesLarry DavidOctober 2, 199130515.1[47]
214"The Dog"Tom CheronesLarry DavidOctober 9, 199130317.2[48]
225"The Library"Joshua WhiteLarry CharlesOctober 16, 199130416.4[49]
236"The Parking Garage"Tom CheronesLarry DavidOctober 30, 199130617.0[50]
247"The Café"Tom CheronesTom LeopoldNovember 6, 199130716.4[51]
258"The Tape"David SteinbergLarry David and Bob Shaw & Don McEneryNovember 13, 199130815.8[52]
269"The Nose Job"Tom CheronesPeter MehlmanNovember 20, 199130916.3[53]
2710"The Stranded"[54]Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry Seinfeld and Matt GoldmanNovember 27, 199120918.6[55]
2811"The Alternate Side"Tom CheronesLarry David and Bill MastersDecember 4, 199131018.0[56]
2912"The Red Dot"Tom CheronesLarry DavidDecember 11, 199131117.9[57]
3013"The Subway"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesJanuary 8, 199231318.7[58]
3114"The Pez Dispenser"Tom CheronesLarry DavidJanuary 15, 199231419.2[59]
3215"The Suicide"Tom CheronesTom LeopoldJanuary 29, 199231216.9[60]
3316"The Fix-Up"Tom CheronesElaine Pope & Larry CharlesFebruary 5, 199231718.5[61]
34/3517/18"The Boyfriend"
"The New Friend"
Tom CheronesLarry David and Larry LevinFebruary 12, 1992315/31617.0[62]
3619"The Limo"Tom CheronesLarry Charles (teleplay)
Marc Jaffe (story)
February 26, 199231819.5[63]
3720"The Good Samaritan"Jason AlexanderPeter MehlmanMarch 4, 199231916.1[64]
3821"The Letter"Tom CheronesLarry DavidMarch 25, 199232022.3[65]
3922"The Parking Space"Tom CheronesLarry David and Greg DanielsApril 22, 199232217.8[66]
4023"The Keys"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesMay 6, 199232116.4[67]

Season 4 (1992–93)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date[5]Production
code[44]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
411"The Trip (Part 1)"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesAugust 12, 199240116.3[68]
422"The Trip (Part 2)"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesAugust 19, 199240215.1[69]
433"The Pitch"Tom CheronesLarry DavidSeptember 16, 199240317.6[70]
444"The Ticket"Tom CheronesLarry DavidSeptember 16, 199240417.6[70]
455"The Wallet"Tom CheronesLarry DavidSeptember 23, 199240517.6[71]
466"The Watch"Tom CheronesLarry DavidSeptember 30, 199240615.2[72]
477"The Bubble Boy"Tom CheronesLarry David & Larry CharlesOctober 7, 199240717.1[73]
488"The Cheever Letters"Tom CheronesLarry David (teleplay)
Larry David and Elaine Pope & Tom Leopold (story)
October 28, 199240815.1[74]
499"The Opera"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesNovember 4, 199240916.7[75]
5010"The Virgin"Tom CheronesPeter Mehlman (teleplay)
Peter Mehlman and Peter Farrelly & Bob Farrelly (story)
November 11, 199241016.2[76]
5111"The Contest"Tom CheronesLarry DavidNovember 18, 199241118.5[77]
5212"The Airport"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesNovember 25, 199241214.5[78]
5313"The Pick"Tom CheronesLarry David (teleplay)
Larry David and Marc Jaffe (story)
December 16, 199241316.2[79]
5414"The Movie"Tom CheronesSteve Skrovan & Bill Masters & Jon HaymanJanuary 6, 199341517.6[80]
5515"The Visa"Tom CheronesPeter MehlmanJanuary 27, 199341411.5[81]
5616"The Shoes"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldFebruary 4, 199341726.9[82]
5717"The Outing"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesFebruary 11, 199341628.0[83]
5818"The Old Man"Tom CheronesLarry Charles (teleplay)
Bruce Kirschbaum (story)
February 18, 199341822.7[84]
5919"The Implant"Tom CheronesPeter MehlmanFebruary 25, 199341927.4[85]
6020"The Junior Mint"Tom CheronesAndy RobinMarch 18, 199342126.4[86]
6121"The Smelly Car"Tom CheronesLarry David & Peter MehlmanApril 15, 199342225.0[87]
6222"The Handicap Spot"Tom CheronesLarry DavidMay 13, 199342027.6[88]
63/6423/24"The Pilot"Tom CheronesLarry DavidMay 20, 1993423/42432.8[89]

Season 5 (1993–94)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date[5]Production
code[44]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
651"The Mango"Tom CheronesLawrence H. Levy and Larry David (teleplay)
Lawrence H. Levy (story)
September 16, 199350128.2[90]
662"The Puffy Shirt"Tom CheronesLarry DavidSeptember 23, 199350329.5[91]
673"The Glasses"Tom CheronesTom Gammill & Max ProssSeptember 30, 199350228.7[92]
684"The Sniffing Accountant"Tom CheronesLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldOctober 7, 199350428.4[93]
695"The Bris"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesOctober 14, 199350528.7[94]
706"The Lip Reader"Tom CheronesCarol LeiferOctober 28, 199350631.0[95]
717"The Non-Fat Yogurt"Tom CheronesLarry DavidNovember 4, 199350831.1[96]
728"The Barber"Tom CheronesAndy RobinNovember 11, 199350729.7[97]
739"The Masseuse"Tom CheronesPeter MehlmanNovember 18, 199350927.7[98]
7410"The Cigar Store Indian"Tom CheronesTom Gammill & Max ProssDecember 9, 199351029.6[99]
7511"The Conversion"Tom CheronesBruce KirschbaumDecember 16, 199351128.3[100]
7612"The Stall"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesJanuary 6, 199451235.0[101]
7713"The Dinner Party"Tom CheronesLarry DavidFebruary 3, 199451433.0[102]
7814"The Marine Biologist"Tom CheronesRon Hauge & Charlie RubinFebruary 10, 199451335.0[103]
7915"The Pie"Tom CheronesTom Gammill & Max ProssFebruary 17, 1994515
N/A
8016"The Stand-In"Tom CheronesLarry DavidFebruary 24, 199451625.4[104]
8117"The Wife"Tom CheronesPeter MehlmanMarch 17, 199451730.7[105]
82/8318/19"The Raincoats"Tom CheronesTom Gammill & Max Pross and Larry David & Jerry SeinfeldApril 28, 1994519/52029.6[106]
8420"The Fire"Tom CheronesLarry CharlesMay 5, 199451827.6[107]
8521"The Hamptons"Tom CheronesPeter Mehlman & Carol LeiferMay 12, 199452224.5[108]
8622"The Opposite"Tom CheronesAndy Cowan and Larry David & Jerry SeinfeldMay 19, 199452130.1[109]

Season 6 (1994–95)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date[5]Production
code[44]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
871"The Chaperone"Andy AckermanLarry David and Bill Masters & Bob ShawSeptember 22, 199460132.8[110]
882"The Big Salad"Andy AckermanLarry DavidSeptember 29, 199460232.4[111]
893"The Pledge Drive"Andy AckermanTom Gammill & Max ProssOctober 6, 199460329.8[112]
904"The Chinese Woman"Andy AckermanPeter MehlmanOctober 13, 199460429.2[113]
915"The Couch"Andy AckermanLarry DavidOctober 27, 199460528.0[114]
926"The Gymnast"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff SchafferNovember 3, 199460630.6[115]
937"The Soup"Andy AckermanFred StollerNovember 10, 199460829.6[116]
948"The Mom & Pop Store"Andy AckermanTom Gammill & Max ProssNovember 17, 199460732.4[117]
959"The Secretary"David Owen TrainorCarol Leifer & Marjorie GrossDecember 8, 199460929.7[118]
9610"The Race"Andy AckermanTom Gammill & Max Pross and Larry David (teleplay)
Tom Gammill & Max Pross and Larry David & Sam Kass (story)
December 15, 199461226.8[119]
9711"The Switch"Andy AckermanBruce Kirschbaum and Sam KassJanuary 5, 199561036.6[120]
9812"The Label Maker"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff SchafferJanuary 19, 199561136.2[121]
9913"The Scofflaw"Andy AckermanPeter MehlmanJanuary 26, 199561333.4[122]
100/10114/15"The Highlights of 100"Andy AckermanPeter MehlmanFebruary 2, 1995623/62434.0[123]
10216"The Beard"Andy AckermanCarol LeiferFebruary 9, 199561532.9[124]
10317"The Kiss Hello"Andy AckermanLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldFebruary 16, 199561433.4[125]
10418"The Doorman"Andy AckermanTom Gammill & Max ProssFebruary 23, 199561633.4[126]
10519"The Jimmy"Andy AckermanGregg Kavet & Andy RobinMarch 16, 199561731.1[127]
10620"The Doodle"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff SchafferApril 6, 199561830.7[128]
10721"The Fusilli Jerry"Andy AckermanMarjorie Gross (teleplay)
Marjorie Gross & Jonathan Gross and Ron Hauge & Charlie Rubin (story)
April 27, 199561928.2[129]
10822"The Diplomat's Club"Andy AckermanTom Gammill & Max ProssMay 4, 199562028.9[130]
10923"The Face Painter"Andy AckermanLarry David (teleplay)
Larry David and Fred Stoller (story)
May 11, 199562226.5[131]
11024"The Understudy"Andy AckermanMarjorie Gross & Carol LeiferMay 18, 199562129.8[132]

Season 7 (1995–96)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date[5]Production
code[44]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
1111"The Engagement"Andy AckermanLarry DavidSeptember 21, 199570137.6[133]
1122"The Postponement"Andy AckermanLarry DavidSeptember 28, 199570234.5[134]
1133"The Maestro"Andy AckermanLarry DavidOctober 5, 199570334.6[135]
1144"The Wink"Andy AckermanTom Gammill & Max ProssOctober 12, 199570432.3[136]
1155"The Hot Tub"Andy AckermanGregg Kavet & Andy RobinOctober 19, 199570532.6[137]
1166"The Soup Nazi"Andy AckermanSpike FerestenNovember 2, 199570633.1[138]
1177"The Secret Code"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff SchafferNovember 9, 199570733.9[139]
1188"The Pool Guy"Andy AckermanDavid MandelNovember 16, 199570833.4[140]
1199"The Sponge"Andy AckermanPeter MehlmanDecember 7, 199570932.3[141]
12010"The Gum"Andy AckermanTom Gammill & Max ProssDecember 14, 199571031.4[142]
12111"The Rye"Andy AckermanCarol LeiferJanuary 4, 199671135.1[143]
12212"The Caddy"Andy AckermanGregg Kavet & Andy RobinJanuary 25, 199671232.0[144]
12313"The Seven"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff SchafferFebruary 1, 199671337.1[145]
124/12514/15"The Cadillac"Andy AckermanLarry David & Jerry SeinfeldFebruary 8, 1996714/71735.9[146]
12616"The Shower Head"Andy AckermanPeter Mehlman & Marjorie GrossFebruary 15, 199671532.3[147]
12717"The Doll"Andy AckermanTom Gammill & Max ProssFebruary 22, 199671632.9[148]
12818"The Friar's Club"Andy AckermanDavid MandelMarch 7, 199671832.7[149]
12919"The Wig Master"Andy AckermanSpike FerestenApril 4, 199671930.5[150]
13020"The Calzone"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff SchafferApril 25, 199672028.5[151]
131/13221/22"The Bottle Deposit"Andy AckermanGregg Kavet & Andy RobinMay 2, 1996721/72232.4[152]
13323"The Wait Out"Andy AckermanPeter Mehlman (teleplay)
Peter Mehlman & Matt Selman (story)
May 9, 199672329.9[153]
13424"The Invitations"Andy AckermanLarry DavidMay 16, 199672433.2[154]

Season 8 (1996–97)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date[5]Production
code[44]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
1351"The Foundation"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff SchafferSeptember 19, 199680133.7[155]
1362"The Soul Mate"Andy AckermanPeter MehlmanSeptember 26, 199680233.2[156]
1373"The Bizarro Jerry"Andy AckermanDavid MandelOctober 3, 199680331.6[157]
1384"The Little Kicks"Andy AckermanSpike FerestenOctober 10, 199680432.2[158]
1395"The Package"Andy AckermanJennifer CrittendenOctober 17, 199680530.1[159]
1406"The Fatigues"Andy AckermanGregg Kavet & Andy RobinOctober 31, 199680630.3[160]
1417"The Checks"Andy AckermanSteve O'Donnell and Tom Gammill & Max ProssNovember 7, 199680732.0[161]
1428"The Chicken Roaster"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff SchafferNovember 14, 199680834.1[162]
1439"The Abstinence"Andy AckermanSteve KorenNovember 21, 199680934.4[163]
14410"The Andrea Doria"Andy AckermanSpike FerestenDecember 19, 1996810
N/A
14511"The Little Jerry"Andy AckermanJennifer CrittendenJanuary 9, 199781134.5[164]
14612"The Money"Andy AckermanPeter MehlmanJanuary 16, 199781337.3[165]
14713"The Comeback"David Owen TrainorGregg Kavet & Andy RobinJanuary 30, 199781233.5[166]
14814"The Van Buren Boys"Andy AckermanDarin HenryFebruary 6, 199781433.8[167]
14915"The Susie"Andy AckermanDavid MandelFebruary 13, 199781532.0[168]
15016"The Pothole"Andy AckermanSteve O'Donnell and Dan O'KeefeFebruary 20, 199781633.8[169]
15117"The English Patient"Andy AckermanSteve KorenMarch 13, 199781731.3[170]
15218"The Nap"Andy AckermanGregg Kavet & Andy RobinApril 10, 1997818
N/A
15319"The Yada Yada"Andy AckermanPeter Mehlman and Jill FranklynApril 24, 199781931.6[171]
15420"The Millennium"Andy AckermanJennifer CrittendenMay 1, 199782029.3[172]
15521"The Muffin Tops"Andy AckermanSpike FerestenMay 8, 199782131.1[173]
15622"The Summer of George"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff SchafferMay 15, 199782229.8[174]

Season 9 (1997–98)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date[5]Production
code[44]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
1571"The Butter Shave"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff Schaffer & David MandelSeptember 25, 199790137.8[175]
1582"The Voice"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & Jeff Schaffer & David MandelOctober 2, 199790230.9[176]
1593"The Serenity Now"Andy AckermanSteve KorenOctober 9, 199790330.2[177]
1604"The Blood"Andy AckermanDan O'KeefeOctober 16, 199790431.5[178]
1615"The Junk Mail"Andy AckermanSpike FerestenOctober 30, 199790530.2[179]
1626"The Merv Griffin Show"Andy AckermanBruce Eric KaplanNovember 6, 199790631.6[180]
1637"The Slicer"Andy AckermanGregg Kavet & Andy Robin (teleplay)
Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin & Darin Henry (story)
November 13, 199790732.8[181]
1648"The Betrayal"Andy AckermanDavid Mandel & Peter MehlmanNovember 20, 199790834.0[182]
1659"The Apology"Andy AckermanJennifer CrittendenDecember 11, 199790930.5[183]
16610"The Strike"Andy AckermanDan O'Keefe and Alec Berg & Jeff SchafferDecember 18, 199791030.8[184]
16711"The Dealership"Andy AckermanSteve KorenJanuary 8, 199891132.9[185]
16812"The Reverse Peephole"Andy AckermanSpike FerestenJanuary 15, 199891233.5[186]
16913"The Cartoon"Andy AckermanBruce Eric KaplanJanuary 29, 199891333.2[187]
17014"The Strong Box"Andy AckermanDan O'Keefe (teleplay)
Dan O'Keefe & Billy Kimball (story)
February 5, 199891431.6[188]
17115"The Wizard"Andy AckermanSteve LooknerFebruary 26, 199891530.5[189]
17216"The Burning"Andy AckermanJennifer CrittendenMarch 19, 199891630.9[190]
17317"The Bookstore"Andy AckermanSpike Feresten (teleplay)
Spike Feresten and Darin Henry & Marc Jaffe (story)
April 9, 199891729.6[191]
17418"The Frogger"Andy AckermanGregg Kavet & Andy Robin (teleplay)
Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin and Steve Koren & Dan O'Keefe (story)
April 23, 199891830.7[192]
17519"The Maid"Andy AckermanAlec Berg & David Mandel & Jeff Schaffer (teleplay)
Alec Berg & David Mandel & Jeff Schaffer and Kit Boss & Peter Mehlman (story)
April 30, 199891933.3[193]
17620"The Puerto Rican Day"Andy AckermanAlec Berg, Jennifer Crittenden, Spike Feresten, Bruce Eric Kaplan,
Gregg Kavet, Steve Koren, David Mandel, Dan O'Keefe, Andy Robin, Jeff Schaffer
May 7, 199892038.8[194]
177/17821/22"The Chronicle"
"The Clip Show"
Andy AckermanDarin HenryMay 14, 1998921/92258.5[195]
179/18023/24"The Finale"Andy AckermanLarry DavidMay 14, 1998923/92476.3[195]

Unmade episode[edit]

Written by: Larry Charles

References and notes[edit]

General sources

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