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Season 9

Season 9

157. Airdate: 25 Sep 97 - "The Butter Shave"
Kramer uses butter for shaving---and more; George's cane is an advantage at his new job; Jerry feels used by his comedy nemesis, Bania (Stephen Hytner); Elaine breaks up with her boyfriend before their flight back from Europe.

Guests: Wayne Knight (Newman), Steve Hytner (Kenny Bania), Patrick Warburton (David Puddy), Kristin Davis (Jenna), Gordon Jump (Mr. Thomassoulo), Everett Greenbaum (McMaines), Connie Sawyer (Old Woman), Matthew Fonda (NBC Executive), Chris Parnell (NBC Executive), Frank Van Keeken (Vegetable Lasagna), Shannon Whirry (Cute Girl), Nancy Balbirer (Woman), Erica Y. Becoat (Stewardess), Torsten Voges (Cab Driver), George Georgiadis (Cab Driver), Brian Callaway (Passenger)


158. Airdate: 2 Oct 97 - "The Voice"
Kramer hires an assistant; George's boss tries to force him out; Elaine bets Jerry she won't get back with her latest ex. Darin: Jarrad Paul. Claire: Sara Rose Peterson.

Guests: Patrick Warburton (David Puddy), Gordon Jump (Mr. Thomassoulo), Sara Rose Peterson (Claire), Jarrad Paul (Darin), Ella Joyce (Dean Jones), Nancy Balbirer (Alice), Brian J. Williams (Glenn), Cindy Lu (Worker)


159. Airdate: 9 Oct 97 - "The Serenity Now"
George goes to work for his father; Jerry's girlfriend wants to see his emotions; Kramer adopts a suburban feel at home; Elaine prompts two Jewish men to renounce their faith.

Guests: Jerry Stiller (Frank Costanza), Estelle Harris (Estelle Costanza), Richard Fancy (Mr. Lippman), Lori Loughlin (Patty), Ross Malinger (Adam), Matt McCoy (Lloyd Braun), Bruce Mahler (Rabbi Glickman)


160. Airdate: 16 Oct 97 - "The Blood"
Kramer stores his own blood to avoid a blood-bank fee; George tries to combine his two passions, sex and food; Elaine's plan to show responsibility backfires; Jerry trains with fitness guru Izzy Mendelbaum (Lloyd Bridges).

Guests: Wayne Knight (Newman), Barney Martin (Morty Seinfeld), Liz Sheridan (Helen Seinfeld), Kellie Waymire (Vivian), Audrey Kissel (Tara), Colton James (Jimmy), Gene Dynarski (Izzy Mandelbaum Jr.), Yvonne Farrow (Employee), Lloyd Bridges (Izzy Mandelbaum)


161. Airdate: 30 Oct 97 - "The Junk Mail"
Kramer battles junk mail; George thinks his parents are trying to avoid him; Jerry acquires a van; and Elaine gets a new man (Toby Huss), whose past comes back to haunt her.

Guests: Wayne Knight (Newman), Jerry Stiller (Frank Costanza), Estelle Harris (Estelle Costanza), Patrick Warburton (David Puddy), Laurie Taylor-Williams (Rhisa), Toby Huss (Jack), Dana Gould (Frankie), Richard Kuhlman (Man), Montrose Hagins (Old Woman (Betty)), Peggy Blow (Mail Clerk), Clement E. Blake (Dirt Person #1), D.A. Johnson (Dirt Person #2), Wilford Brimley (Postmaster General Henry Atkins)


162. Airdate: 6 Nov 97 - "The Merv Griffin Show"
Kramer turns his apartment into a talk-show set; Jerry's girlfriend (Julia Pennington) won't let him play with her toys; George's clash with pigeons leads to problems with a squirrel; a new employee's silent movement rattles Elaine.

Guests: Wayne Knight (Newman), John O'Hurley (J. Peterman), Jerry Stiller (Frank Costanza), Estelle Harris (Estelle Costanza), Rick Hall (Vet), Brent Hinkley (Lou), Julia Pennington (Celia), Arabella Field (Miranda), Jim Fowler (Himself), Wayne Wilderson (Walter (uncredited))


163. Airdate: 13 Nov 97 - "The Slicer"
George has a past with his new boss; Jerry's “revenge date” backfires; Kramer's deli slicer solves Elaine's problem with a neighbor.

Guests: Marcia Cross (Dr. Sara Seredes), Daniel Von Bargen (Kruger), Larry B. Scott (Arthur Milano), David Moreland (Mr. Parry)


164. Airdate: 20 Nov 97 - "The Betrayal"
Flashbacks trace the evolution of Jerry, George and Elaine's disastrous trip to a wedding in India, and Kramer's desperate need to barter for a birthday wish.

Guests: Wayne Knight (Newman), Heidi Swedberg (Susan), Brenda Strong (Sue Ellen), Michael McShane (FDR (Franklin Delano Romanosky)), Justine Miceli (Nina), Bart Braverman (Zubin), Shaun Toub (Pinter), Noor Shic (Usha), Jocelyne Kelly (Model), Brian Kaiser (Postman), Shelley Malil (Usher), Bill Lee Brown (Partygoer)


165. Airdate: 11 Dec 97 - "The Apology"
Jerry's girlfriend is naked too often; Elaine's lifestyle offends a co-worker; Kramer seeks to shorten his showers; George has a beef with a new AA member.

Guests: John O'Hurley (J. Peterman), Patrick Warburton (David Puddy), Megan Cole (Peggy), Kathleen McClellan (Melissa), Jack Hackett (Alan), Michael Fishman (Gregg), David Dunard (Leader), Wayne Wilderson (Walter), Brian Levinson (Andy), Eric Simonson (Friend), James Spader (Jason "Stanky" Hanky)


166. Airdate: 18 Dec 97 - "The Strike"
Kramer returns to work after his 12-year strike is settled; Jerry dates a woman whose appearance fluctuates; George gives holiday gifts in his co-workers' names to a fraudulent charity.

Guests: Jerry Stiller (Frank Costanza), Estelle Harris (Estelle Costanza), Bryan Cranston (Whatley), Daniel Von Bargen (Kruger), Karen Fineman (Gwen), Kevin McDonald (Denim Vest), Tracy Letts (Counterguy), Amit Itelman (Employee), Stacey Herring (Sandy), Colin Malone (Sleazy Guy), Jerry Dixon (Customer), Suzanne Krull (Gwen), Dave Florek (Harry)


167. Airdate: 8 Jan 98 - "The Dealership"
At a car dealership, Kramer takes a test drive, while Jerry's deal is threatened by a spat between Elaine and Puddy (Patrick Warburton).

Guests: Patrick Warburton (David Puddy), Daniel Hagen (Rick), Joel McCrary (Don), Michael Kagan (Willie), Dee Freeman (Service Assistant), Rif Hutton (Salesman), Howard Mann (Willie Sr.), Steve Susskind (Customer #1), Loretta Fox (Customer #2), Catherine Schreiber (Saleswoman)


168. Airdate: 15 Jan 98 - "The Reverse Peephole"
Elaine gets into a hassle regarding fur; Jerry stops carrying a wallet, while George suffers from his overstuffed one; Kramer keeps Newman from being evicted.

Guests: Lauren Bowles (Waitress), Wayne Knight (Newman), Patrick Warburton (David Puddy), Jon Polito (Silvio), Pat Finn (Joe Mayo), Jennette Robbins (Keri), Fitz Houston (Cop), Joe Basile (Delivery Guy)


169. Airdate: 29 Jan 98 - "The Cartoon"
An actress turns Jerry's criticism into a one-woman show; Kramer stops talking after offending George; Elaine struggles to understand a cartoon in The New Yorker.

Guests: Joe Urla (Dugan), Wayne Knight (Newman), John O'Hurley (J. Peterman), Paul Benedict (Mr. Elinoff), Tracy Nelson (Janet), Kathy Griffin (Sally Weaver), Bart McCarthy (Cab Driver)


170. Airdate: 5 Feb 98 - "The Strongbox"
George's girlfriend refuses to break up; Elaine suspects her new beau is married; Kramer hides a key at Jerry's.

Guests: Illeana Douglas (Loretta), Alex Kapp Horner (Maura), Louis Mustillo (Phil), Nicholas Paul Walker (Glenn), Mary Scheer (Ms. Smoth), Bonnie McNeil (Alison), Rosie Malek-Yonan (Wife)


171. Airdate: 26 Feb 98 - "The Wizard"
Kramer retires and moves next door to Jerry's parents in Florida; Susan's parents catch George in a lie; Elaine can't tell if she's part of an interracial couple.

Guests: Grace Zabriskie (Mrs. Ross), Warren Frost (Mr. (Henry) Ross), Liz Sheridan (Helen Seinfeld), Barney Martin (Morty Seinfeld), Samuel Bliss Cooper (Darryl), Edgar Small (Sid Luckman), Vic Helford (Tom), Michael McShane (FDR (Franklin Delano Romanosky)), Bahni Turpin (Waitress #1), Constance Zimmer (Waitress #2), Jeanette Miller (Old Woman), Murray Rubin (Rubin)


172. Airdate: 19 Mar 98 - "The Burning"
Kramer and Mickey play ill for med students; Elaine learns that Puddy's religious; George works out how and when to make a good exit; a tractor figures into the past of Jerry's girlfriend.

Guests: Patrick Warburton (David Puddy), Danny Woodburn (Mickey Abbott), Daniel Dae Kim (Student #1), Daniel Von Bargen (Kruger), Cindy Ambuehl (Sophie), Henry Woronicz (Father Curtis), Ursaline Bryant (Dr. Wexler), Alex Craig Mann (Student #2), Brian Posehn (Artie), Alec Holland (Co-Worker #1), Suli McCullough (Co-Worker #2)


173. Airdate: 9 Apr 98 - "The Bookstore"
A bookstore busts Uncle Leo for shoplifting and George for bathroom reading; a misdeed at a company party costs Elaine; Kramer and Newman get a rickshaw, and audition homeless people to pull it.

Guests: Lauren Bowles (Waitress), Wayne Knight (Newman), Barney Martin (Morty Seinfeld), Liz Sheridan (Helen Seinfeld), John O'Hurley (J. Peterman), Len Lesser (Uncle Leo), Jon Gries (Rusty), Jonathan Penner (Zach), Ted Rooney (Crichton), Sonya Eddy (Rebecca DeMornay), Merrin Dungey (Cashier), Kevin Ruf (Security Guard), Heather Morgan (Server), Mark Daniel Cade (Walter), Sloppy Joe (Hobo Joe)


174. Airdate: 23 Apr 98 - "The Frogger"
George buys an arcade game to preserve his high score; fear of a serial killer adversely affects Jerry's social life; Elaine eats Peterman's slice of wedding cake from the nuptials of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.

Guests: John O'Hurley (J. Peterman), Julia Campbell (Lisi), Peter Stormare (Slippery Pete), Reuven Bar-Yotam (Shlomo), Sam Shamshak (Sal), Wayne Wilderson (Walter), Mark Daniel Cade (Other Walter), Jack Esformes (Mike), Melissa Denton (Kobe), Oliver Muirhead (Lubeck), Drake Bell (Kenny)


175. Airdate: 30 Apr 98 - "The Maid"
Elaine's area code is changed; a co-worker steals George's desired nickname; Jerry sleeps with his maid; Kramer endures a "long-distance relationship" when his girlfriend moves downtown.

Guests: Daniel Von Bargen (Kruger), Angela Featherstone (Cindy), Anthony Crivello (Maxwell), Markus Flanagan (Charles), Sam Whipple (Phone Guy #1), Kyle Colerider-Krugh (Phone Guy #2), Steve Franken (Brendan), Davenia McFadden (Coco), Damon Jones (Watkins), Chip Chinery (Co-Worker #1), Colin McClean (Co-Worker #2), Anthony Mangano (Fireman)


176. Airdate: 7 May 98 - "The Puerto Rican Day"
Gridlocked by a parade, Jerry verbally spars with another driver; George goes to a movie; and Kramer looks for a bathroom. Elaine, meanwhile, searches for a crossing point with a group of strangers.

Guests: Mario Joyner (Lamar), Dayton Callie (Cabbie), James Karen (Mr. Canterman), Helen Carey (Mrs. Christine Nyhart), Yul Vazquez (Bob), John Paragon (Cedric), Jenica Bergere (Leslie), Monica Allison (Gail), Marcelo Tubert (Father), Armando Molina (Amigo), Tom Agna (Gary), Tom Dahlgren (Priest), Bert Rosario (Man), Raoul N. Rizik (Parade Goer), Scott Conte (Sketch Guy), Mimi Cozzens (Mrs. Canterman), Alison Martin (Lucy), Marc Hirschfeld (Ellis), Chip Heller (Policeman)


177. Airdate: 14 May 98 - "The Clip Show (1) (a.k.a. The Chronicle (1))"
Part 1 of a two-part retrospective on the series' nine seasons. Jerry, Elaine, George & Kramer plan to go to the movie, but Jerry takes out a little time to look at nine years of memories. Featuring relationships (getting in & out), etc.
178. Airdate: 14 May 98 - "The Clip Show (2) (a.k.a. The Chronicle (2))"
Part 2 of a two-part retrospective on the series' nine seasons concludes. More clips are seen and finally the closing minutes feature a series of bloopers and a musical montage that features the song "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" by the band Green Day, from their 1997 album Nimrod.
179. Airdate: 14 May 98 - "The Finale (1)"
Part 1 of two. The gang plans a trip to Paris to celebrate after NBC picks up Jerry and George's sitcom. But there's an in-flight emergency, stranding them in a small town.

Guests: Jane Leeves (Marla Penny), Warren Frost (Mr. (Henry) Ross), Victor Raider-Wexler (Dr. Wexler), Grace Zabriskie (Mrs. Ross), Wayne Knight (Newman), Jerry Stiller (Frank Costanza), Estelle Harris (Estelle Costanza), Liz Sheridan (Helen Seinfeld), Barney Martin (Morty Seinfeld), Steve Hytner (Kenny Bania), Len Lesser (Uncle Leo), Phil Morris (Jackie Chiles), John O'Hurley (J. Peterman), Patrick Warburton (David Puddy), Danny Woodburn (Mickey Abbott), Larry David (Prison Heckler), Peter Blood (Jay Crespi), David Byrd (Pharmacist), Steve Carlson (Captain Maddox), David Dunard (Guard), Donna Evans (Woman), Geoffrey C. Ewing (Bailiff), Keith Hernandez (Himself), Scott Jaeck (Officer Vogel), Wendle Josepher (Susie), Robert Katims (Mr. Deensfrei), Scott Klace (Guard), Bruce Mahler (Rabbi Glickman), Ed O'Ross (Det. Blake), Kevin Page (Stu Chermak), James Pickens Jr. (Det. Hudson), John Pinette (Howie), James Rebhorn (D.A. Hoyt), Peter Riegert (Kimbrough), Geraldo Rivera (Himself), McNally Sagal (Carol), Gay Thomas (O'Neal), Myra Turley (Forewoman), Jane Wells (Herself), Van Epperson (Passerby), Jeff Johnson (Criminal), Sean Moran (Man), Dianne Turley Travis (Receptionist), Jim Zulevic (Bernie), Maggie Egan (Ticket Clerk)


180. Airdate: 14 May 98 - "The Finale (2)"
Conclusion and the series finale. Witnesses testify to the gang's (lack of) character as they go on trial for violating a "Good Samaritan Law" by failing to aid a carjacking victim (John Pinette).

Guests: Warren Frost (Mr. (Henry) Ross), Jane Leeves (Marla), Victor Raider-Wexler (Dr. Wexler), Grace Zabriskie (Mrs. Ross), Wayne Knight (Newman), Jerry Stiller (Frank Costanza), Estelle Harris (Estelle Costanza), Liz Sheridan (Helen Seinfeld), Barney Martin (Morty Seinfeld), Ian Abercrombie (Mr. (Justin) Pitt), Steve Hytner (Kenny Bania), Len Lesser (Uncle Leo), Phil Morris (Jackie Chiles), John O'Hurley (J. Peterman), Patrick Warburton (David Puddy), Danny Woodburn (Mickey Abbott), Richard Herd (Wilhelm), Stanley Anderson (Judge Vandelay), Frances Bay (Mrs. Choate), Peter Blood (Jay Crespi), David Byrd (Pharmacist), Tony Carlin (Co-Worker), Steve Carlson (Captain Maddox), Brian Doyle-Murray (Mel Sanger), David Dunard (Guard), Geoffrey C. Ewing (Bailiff), Brian George (Babu Bhatt), Philip Baker Hall (Mr. Bookman), Teri Hatcher (Sidra), John Hayman (Bubble Boy), Keith Hernandez (Himself), Carlos Jacott (Pool Guy), Scott Jaeck (Officer Vogel), Wendle Josepher (Susie), Robert Katims (Mr. Deensfrei), Scott Klace (Guard), Bruce Mahler (Rabbi Glickman), Wendel Meldrum (Low-Talker), Sheree North (Babs Kramer), Ed O'Ross (Det. Blake), Kevin Page (Stu Chermak), James Pickens Jr. (Det. Hudson), John Pinette (Howie), James Rebhorn (D.A. Hoyt), Geraldo Rivera (Himself), McNally Sagal (Carol), Miguel Sandoval (Marcelino), Reni Santoni (Poppie), Gay Thomas (O'Neal), Myra Turley (Forewoman), Jane Wells (Herself), Van Epperson (Passerby), Dianne Turley Travis (Receptionist), Jim Zulevic (Bernie), Maggie Egan (Ticket Clerk), Larry Thomas (Soup Nazi)


181. Airdate: 25 Nov 04 - "The Seinfeld Story"
While doing his stand up act, Jerry takes questions from the crowd. One of the questions is "where did the series come from?" An often asked question, Jerry responds by showing a videotape he's prepared. The video includes his first appearance on "The Tonight Show" (6 May 1981), interviews with his managers, his co-creator Larry David, executives from NBC and Castle Rock, his fellow cast mates, and other people involved with the production during the early years (the pilot through season. All of this is interspersed with numerous clips from the show. At the end when asked if they are going to do a reunion show, Jerry answers "Ah yes, you've just saw it, I hope you enjoyed it." This is followed by several bloopers.

Guests: Larry David (Himself), George Shapiro (Himself), Howard West (Himself), Rick Ludwin (Himself), Rob Reiner (Himself), Warren Littlefield (Himself), Marc Hirschfield (Himself), Kenny Kramer (Himself)


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