Seinfeld: Season 3

Seinfeld: Season 3

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Third season of the smash-hit sit-com famously recognised as "a show about nothing", created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David.

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Episodes

EPISODE 3.1

The Note

Physical therapy proves painful for Jerry when his small talk... More with his therapist leads to a misunderstanding. Jerry uses his dentist friend, Roy, to write a note so that insurance will cover therapy for George and Elaine. Then, George's paranoia about men comes into play when he gets a massage from a man and later says "I think it moved." Kramer thinks he has seen DiMaggio in Dinky Donuts. The notes may cause Roy to lose his license in an insurance fraud investigation.

EPISODE 3.2

The Truth

George's relationship with a former IRS worker may ease Jerry's... More tax audit worries- until she becomes his former girlfriend. She wants to know why, so he tells her the truth, this was after he gave her Jerry's tax records. Elaine sees far too much of Kramer, he's dating her roommate; in return he saw far too much of her, in fact all of her. George tries to get Jerry's tax records back, but he finds she gone into a depression clinic.

EPISODE 3.3

The Pen

Elaine regrets accompanying Jerry on a trip to Florida to... More visit his parents. There are temperature control problems in the condo, a back breaking sofa bed, a slight overdose of muscle relaxants and the disposition of a pen that writes upside down.

EPISODE 3.4

The Dog

Jerry is watching an unruly dog, for a fellow airline... More passenger who's sick in a hospital somewhere in Chicago. Jerry, can't leave his apartment, that leaves George and Elaine alone together. They find they have little to say to each other without their conversational third, Jerry; so they talk about him. Kramer tries breaking up with his girlfriend. Jerry can't locate the dogs owner, who was released from the hospital, some time ago.

EPISODE 3.5

The Library

The library asks Jerry about a book he checked out... More in 1971 and never returned, so Jerry looks up an old girlfriend for his defense against a library cop. George thinks the homeless man he'd seen outside the library is a former high school gym teacher that he got fired. Kramer has his eye on a librarian. Elaine worries about her career when her boss hates the recommendations she made.

EPISODE 3.6

The Parking Garage

Everyone separates to try to find the car in a... More huge parking garage. Jerry needs to use the bathroom so he finds a place to go and gets busted. Elaine tries to get help from people passing by. George joins Jerry in getting busted. Kramer is wearing "the jacket," and forgets where he put down the air conditioner he was carrying and causes George to be really late for his parent's 47th anniversary.

EPISODE 3.7

The Cafe

Jerry tries helping the owner of a small restaurant attract... More customers by giving him a suggestion. George must take an IQ test for his latest girlfriend, so Elaine helps him in "a caper" where she takes the test for him. Kramer tries to keep his mother's ex-boyfriend's jacket, because it helps him meet women; however the ex-boyfriend comes looking for it.

EPISODE 3.8

The Tape

George is excited about a new potential baldness cure that... More was discovered in China. While listening to a tape of his previous nights show, Jerry hears the voice of a mysterious woman who talks dirty into his tape recorder and everyone becomes excited by the voice. Elaine shines in an entirely new light for George when he is let in on the her secret, she's the voice. He is later driven crazy when she plays around with him while goofing around in front of Kramer's new video recorder. George tries the bald cure. Kramer searches for the jacket.

EPISODE 3.9

The Nose Job

Jerry's brain and penis play chess against one another to... More decide whether he should keep dating a vacuous model with whom the "sex is great" but not anything else. George is dating a woman with a big nose, Kramer tells her it like it is and she gets a nose job; however, there is a complication. Kramer gets Elaine to help him retrieve the jacket.

EPISODE 3.10

The Stranded

Jerry & Elaine go to a party with George, while... More there they send signals to each other to get out of bad party conversations. Afterward, George abandons them there, when he leaves with a co-worker he has a chance with. Jerry & Elaine keeping the hosts up real late, while waiting for Kramer to come and pick them up. The host later takes Jerry up on his offer to drop by when he is in the city, just as Jerry is leaving. He stays in Jerry's apartment for the evening and parties with Kramer and a lady of the evening. Later George pays the price for his romance in the workplace (he must quit) and he tries to shoplift at the drug store where he says they still owe him ten dollars.

EPISODE 3.11

The Alternate Side

Jerry's car is stolen and the criminal picks up his... More car phone. George decides to take a fill-in job moving cars from one side of the street to the other; this turns into a disaster for local traffic flow. Kramer gets a chance to do a line in a Woody Allen film; "these pretzels are making me thirsty." Elaine gets tired of her 66-year-old boyfriend and when she is about to break up with him, he has a stroke.

EPISODE 3.12

The Red Dot

Jerry is the unwitting cause of Elaine's boyfriend falling off... More the wagon. Elaine gets George a job, so he buys her a gift, an $85 cashmere sweater. The sweater has a little red dot on it; hence the price. Elaine gives it back, then George gives it to the cleaning woman, to keep her quiet about them having sex on his desk. George gets fired.

EPISODE 3.13

The Subway

Everyone has an uncommon experience while going their separate ways... More on the subway. George meets a beautiful woman who distracts him from his intended destination, a job interview. Jerry falls asleep and then wakes up across from a fat naked man and winds up discussing with him, the New York Mets & Coney Island. Elaine's train stops in the middle of a tunnel on her way to be best man at a lesbian wedding. Kramer overhears a hot tip on a horse on his way to pay $600 in traffic violations.

EPISODE 3.14

The Pez Dispenser

Kramer joins the "Polar Bear Club." Jerry gets one of... More Kramer's Pez dispensers which makes Elaine laugh during a piano recital of George's girlfriend, and that puts their relationship in jeopardy. Kramer has an idea for a cologne that smells like the beach and suggests that George make a preemptive breakup with his girlfriend, that will give him the "upper hand." The Pez dispenser has a remarkable effect during a drug confrontation.

EPISODE 3.15

The Suicide

Elaine needs to fast before an x-ray, so she tries... More stuffing herself three days before the test. After his neighbor Martin tries suicide, Jerry is hit on by his girlfriend, Gina, while at the hospital. A psychic warns George to cancel his vacation to the Cayman Islands, but never can tell George why. Jerry becomes worried when Newman (a friend of Martins) sees him with Gina. Elaine starts hallucinating from hunger. Everything hinges on a Drake's coffee cake.

EPISODE 3.16

The Fix-Up

After selling each other on the idea, Jerry and Elaine... More sell George and Elaine's friend on a blind date, then they await the results. They promise to keep each other updated with "full disclosure," though that doesn't happen. There also may be a problem with a defective condom. "My boys can swim!"

EPISODE 3.17

The Boyfriend (Part 1)

Jerry meets Keith Hernandez and wants to make a good... More impression. Meanwhile, George is out of time on his unemployment and he works harder than ever on his scheme to get a 13 week extension. He tells the unemployment office he was really close on Vandelay Industries, a company that makes latex products and whose main office is Jerry's apartment. Kramer and Newman hate Hernandez back to a time when they were allegedly spit on by him; however, Jerry supports the "second-spitter theory." Keith asks Jerry about Elaine's status. Keith makes a date with her and breaks a date with Jerry.

EPISODE 3.18

The Boyfriend (Part 2)

George tries two more approaches with the unemployment officer. Kramer... More gets Jerry to accompany him to see a former neighbors' new baby, "you got to see the baby." Though he's gone out with Keith once, does that mean he must help him move. Elaine and Keith are hitting it off until he pulls out a cigarette. George wants to sleep with a really tall woman. Keith supports the "second spitter theory." Jerry and Elaine both breakup with Keith and George might get his wish.

EPISODE 3.19

The Limo

On a whim, Jerry and George take a limo from... More a passenger that Jerry knows never made it on the plane. While taking the limo they call Elaine & Kramer to join them for an event at Madison Square Garden, but it isn't the type of event they were hoping for.

EPISODE 3.20

The Good Samaritan

Jerry tracks down a hit-and-run driver, then he wants to... More date her, after dating her he finds out she hit another woman he's always wanted to date. George has an affair with Elaine's friend. Kramer has violent reactions to Mary Hart's voice.

EPISODE 3.21

The Letter

Kramer poses for a painting, that an elderly couple becomes... More just crazy about. George feels obligated to buy something when he accompanies Jerry to his new girlfriend's art studio. Elaine wears an Orioles baseball cap in the owner's box at Yankee Stadium and refuses to remove it. Jerry finds out his new girlfriend is a plagiarist after he hears the words she wrote in a letter, on television. Elaine gets a chance to return to Yankee Stadium.

EPISODE 3.22

The Parking Space

Kramer tells Jerry about something his friend Mike said about... More Jerry being "a phony." After borrowing Jerry's car, Elaine comes up with a wild story, because the car is now making a strange clanking noise. George gets into a confrontation with Mike about a parking space in front of Jerry's apartment. Everyone on the street debates about parking etiquette.

EPISODE 3.23

The Keys

Kramer invades Jerry's life too much, so Jerry revokes his... More spare key privileges. Realizing that he has broken the "covenant of the keys" gives Kramer the realization he is now free to come out of the shadows. Kramer takes off for California to follow his acting dream. Jerry gave his spare keys to Elaine, then when he needs them, he goes with George to Elaine's (who has her keys) to search for his spare set. What they find is Elaine's show-biz project. Kramer finds adventure as he journeys across the country to LA where he gets a famous bit part on Murphy Brown.

Seinfeld: Season 3 | Reviews

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Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

Though the title has been sliced from ``The Seinfeld Chronicles`` to ``Seinfeld,`` none of the innovation, charm and sharp humor hinted at in the premiere have been diminished.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Seinfeld, which began tentatively in 1989, is an anomaly, one of those rare step-changes in entertainment that owes absolutely nothing to anything that came before it.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

Seinfeld is eager to give you more comedy value for your viewing investment. Seinfeld isn’t laugh-out-loud funny, but it’s one of the most amiable shows on the air.

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Seinfeld: Season 3 | Release Details

Seinfeld: Season 3 is available to stream in New Zealand now on Netflix.