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SEINFELD 1989 TV Series

  • Artwork
    • The Kramer
      • Jerry's new girlfriend Nina paints Kramer, which an old rich couple buys for five thousand dollars. (Season 3 episode The Letter)
  • Audio Recordings
    • Serenity Now!
      • George's father's new relaxation cassette. Serenity now… insanity later. (Season 9 episode The Serenity Now)
  • Books-Biography
    • No Jacket Required
      • Autobiography by J. Peterman. (Season 8 episode The Muffin Tops)
    • What's With The Pepper?
      • Book by Elaine's ex-boyfriend Jake Jarmel. (Season 6 episode The Scofflaw)
  • Books-Fiction
    • Fair Game
      • Novel by Elaine's father, Alton Benes. (Season 2 episode The Jacket)
    • Venetian Blinds
      • Fictional book by obscure writer Art Vandalay that George makes up to impress Elaine's boss and Pendant Publishing. (Season 3 episode The Red Dot)
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • Astonishing Tales Of The Sea
      • Book Kramer owns, that details the tragedy of the Andrea Doria. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
    • Astounding Bear Attacks
      • Book Kramer mentions that he owns, along with Astonishing Tales of the Sea. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
  • Books-Other
    • The Big Game
      • Book by Donald O'Brien, the leader of the Aryan Union that George impersonates. (Season 3 episode The Limo)
    • The Coffee Table Book Of Coffee Tables
      • Kramer's book about coffee tables, which he promotes on Regis & Kathy Lee's show. (Season 5 episode The Opposite)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Latham Courthouse
      • Location of Jerry and the gang's trial in Latham, Massachusetts. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
  • Charities
    • AMCA
      • AMCA = Able Mentally Challenged Adults. Mel Torme performs at an AMCA benefit where Kramer is invited as a guest of honor when he is mistaken for being mentally challenged after a dentist appointment. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy)
    • The Children's Alliance
      • Holiday gift to George from Tim Whatley, a donation made in his name. (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • The Human Fund
      • George makes up a charity for his holiday gifts at the office. A donation has been made in your name… "Money for people" (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • Krakatoa Volcano Relief Fund
      • Charity that Kramer asked Jerry to contribute to on his first date with Elaine. When it turns out to be fraudulent, Jerry gets audited. (Season 3 episode The Truth)
    • Susan Ross Scholarship
      • George interviews high school students for a new scholarship sponsored by the Susan Ross Foundation. (Season 8 episode The Van Buren Boys)
    • United Volunteers of Greater New York
      • Episode: The Handicap Spot. The association that George's father is associated with. In The Handicap Spot he receives an award for his community service and then shortly thereafter it is discovered that his car was parked in a handicap spot.
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Riverside Gramercy Chapel
      • Jerry and Elaine attend Gary Fogel's funeral - their friend that faked having Cancer, and then died in a car accident, played by Jon Lovitz. (Season 6 episode The Face Painter) Location of J. Peterman's mother's funeral service. (Season 7 episode The Secret Code)
  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Anytown, U.S.A.
      • Joke Kramer makes about installing Frank's old screen door outside his apartment, and putting together a little porch setting. (Season 9 episode The Serenity Now)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Latham, Massachusetts
      • Seinfeld's plane makes an emergency landing in the fictional small town of Latham, Massachusetts. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
  • Classes, Measurements and Types
    • Morning Mist
      • One of George's moods. George informs Jerry that he dresses based on mood. While he seemingly essentially wears the same thing all the time, within that basic framework, there are many subtle variations only discernible to an acute observer that reflect the many moods, the many shades, the many sides of George Costanza… such as Morning Mist. (Season 4 episode The Trip)
  • Colors
    • Toxic Waste Green
      • Color of Elaine's nails - she gets them done for her big Peterman bash. (Season 8 episode The Little Kicks)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Neuralgia
      • Elaine lies to her boss Mr. Lippman, claiming she went to see her father because he was sick. When he asks her what's wrong with him she makes up the conditions "Neuritis" and "Neuralgia" (Season 3 episode The Letter)
    • Neuritis
      • Elaine lies to her boss Mr. Lippman, claiming she went to see her father because he was sick. When he asks her what's wrong with him she makes up the conditions "Neuritis" and "Neuralgia" (Season 3 episode The Letter)
    • Uromysitisis Poisoning
      • Dangerous condition Jerry tells the mall cop is the reason he urinated in the parking garage. (Season 3 episode The Parking Garage)
  • Counties and States
    • Latham County
      • Seinfeld's plane makes an emergency landing in the fictional small town of Latham, in Latham County, Massachusetts. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
  • Gangs
    • The Van Buren Boys
      • Local gang that Kramer runs into and accidentally flashes their gang sign - eight fingers, because Van Buren was the 8th president. (Season 8 episode The Van Buren Boys)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Latham County Penal Code Article 223-7
      • Law that requires you to help or assist anyone in danger as long as it's reasonable todo so. It's new. It's called the Good Samaritan Law. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
  • Magazines-Adult
    • Playhead
      • Fictional magazine that Jerry mentions during his end routine: "Men wanna see women naked. Whatever it is you won't show us that's what we're obsessed with seeing. If women always wore hats in public, all the time you'd see men buying Playhead magazine you know, Skulls of the Big 10." (Season 4 episode The Contest)
  • Magazines-Other
    • Hospital Supply and Prosthetic Magazine
      • Magazine featuring the Cougar 9000, the Rolls Royce of wheelchairs. (Season 4 episode The Handicap Spot)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • I Can't Believe It's Not Murder
      • Jerry and George brainstorm alternative names for the crime of manslaughter, the least serious murder charge for the most socially acceptable form of murder. (Season 8 episode The Nap)
    • Inadvertent Life-ending
      • Jerry and George brainstorm alternative names for the crime of manslaughter, the least serious murder charge for the most socially acceptable form of murder. (Season 8 episode The Nap)
    • Unintentional Snuff-out
      • Jerry and George brainstorm alternative names for the crime of manslaughter, the least serious murder charge for the most socially acceptable form of murder. (Season 8 episode The Nap)
  • Movies
    • Agent Zero
      • Movie Kramer mentions when answering his phone as the Moviefone guy. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • Betrayed
      • Movie on the recommendation rack at Champagne Video after Elaine rents a pick from Gene instead of Vincent. (Season 8 episode The Comeback)
    • Blame It On The Rain
      • Movie that Elaine and her date Todd Gack are forced to see the movie Means to an End is sold out. (Season 7 episode The Calzone)
    • Brown-eyed Girl
      • Movie Kramer mentions when answering his phone as the Moviefone guy. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • CheckMate
      • Movie the gang wants to go see. (Season 4 episode The Movie)
    • Chow Fun
      • Movie that Elaine mentions when she calls Moviefone, and gets Kramer. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • Chunnel
      • Movie that Jerry and Elaine go see with Susan. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • Cold Fusion
      • Movie that Jerry plans to see with Kramer, who is unable to go because of a long day "working" at Brandt-Leland Investments. (Season 8 episode The Bizarro Jerry)
    • Cry, Cry Again
      • When Jerry refuses to record a bootleg copy of the movie Cry, Cry Again for Brody, Kramer is forced to do it. (Season 8 episode The Little Kicks)
    • Cupid's Rifle
      • Movie Kramer mentions when answering his phone as the Moviefone guy. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • Death Blow
      • The action movie that Kramer's friend Brody orders Jerry to film for him. (Season 8 episode The Little Kicks)
    • Firestorm
      • Movie Kramer mentions when answering his phone as the Moviefone guy. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy) Movie that George and Susan's dad discuss at dinner. George's father gets mad because he 'likes to go in fresh'. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
    • Flaming Globes Of Sigmund
      • Science fiction movie that inspires Jerry to wake up in the middle of the night and scribble something down because he thinks its funny. He spends the rest of the episode trying to figure out what he wrote. Larry Charles confirms the name of the movie in the DVD commentary. (Season 2 episode The Heart Attack)
    • The Keys
      • Kramer's screenplay that the detectives find on the dead girl's body in L.A. "A movie treatment by Kramer" (Season 4 episode The Trip)
    • Lenore's Promise
      • When George becomes Jerry's dating assistant, he gets tickets to the 7:15 showing of the movie Lenore's Promise. (Season 8 episode The Summer of George)
    • Life of a Salesman
      • Alternate name for Death of a Salesman, from joke Kramer rmakes: So I said to him, Arthur, Artie come on, why does the salesman have to die? Change the title. The Life of a Salesman, That's what people want to see. (Season 8 episode The Summer of George)
    • Means To An End
      • Sold out movie that Jerry's beautiful girlfriend Nikki manages to get two tickets. (Season 7 episode The Calzone)
    • Mountain High
      • Movie Kramer mentions when answering his phone as the Moviefone guy, starring Kevin Bacon and Susan Sarandon. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • The Muted Heart
      • Movie starring Glenn Close and Sally Field. George would like to see Firestorm, but due to his recent engagement with Susan Ross, he is forced to see this instead. (Season 7 episode The Engagement)
    • The Other Side of Darkness
      • A direct-to-video release about a female coma victim and her husband, played by Eric Roberts. The film is longer than two hours and concludes with the coma victim regaining consciousness. (Season 8 episode The Comeback)
    • The Pain And The Yearning
      • Fictitious film about an old woman experiencing pain and yearning, one of Vincent's Picks at Champagne Video. (Season 8 episode The Comeback)
    • Ponce De Leon
      • Movie the gang discusses maybe seeing, but what they really want to see is Prognosis Negative. (Season 3 episode The Dog) Movie that George mentions. (Season 4 episode The Movie)
    • Prognosis Negative
      • Movie that Elaine wants to see with Jerry, but Jerry ends up seeing with George. (Season 3 episode The Dog) Name originally from a screenplay that Larry David wrote about a man who receives a negative result on a medical test, which he mistakenly believes to be bad.
    • Sack Lunch
      • Family comedy movie Elaine wants to see instead of The English Patient. (Season 8 episode The English Patient)
    • Sappy Pappies
      • 
Fictional Three Stooges short that Kramer's L.A. neighbor Helena claims to have had a small part in, as Mr. Sugarman's secretary. (Season 4 episode The Trip)
    • Scarsdale Surprise
      • Broadway show featuring Raquel Welch that wins a Tony Award. (Season 8 episode The Summer of George)
  • Movies-Documentary
    • Blimp: The Hindenburg Story
      • Movie that George sees, shouting out, "That's gotta hurt!" as the Hindenburg goes down. (Season 9 episode The Puerto Rican Day)
  • Movies-Porn
    • Elaine Does the Upper West Side
      • Fictional pornographic movie starring Elaine, from when the gang goofs around with Kramer's video camera. (Season 3 episode The Tape)
    • Rochelle, Rochelle
      • Move that the gang ends up seeing. "A young woman's strange erotic journey from Milan to Minsk." (Season 4 episode The Movie) George runs into Susan at the video store when he rents Rochelle Rochelle. (Season 4 episode The Smelly Car)
  • Newspapers
    • The Boca Breeze
      • Jerry' parents' condo newsletter. A pinko commie rag, according to Jerry's father. (Season 9 episode The Wizard)
    • Daily Worker
      • Communist newspaper that Elaine's new boyfriend Ned reads. (Season 6 episode The Race)
    • The Latham Ledger
      • Local newspaper in Latham, the small town where Seinfeld's plane makes an emergency landing. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • The Susan Ross Foundation
      • After Susan dies, her parents create a foundation to preserve her memory, asking George to be on the board of directors. (Season 8 episode The Foundation)
  • Pamphlets
    • Why Chiropractic
      • Pamphlet that George reads at Jerry's chiropractor's office. (Season 2 episode The Ex-Girlfriend)
  • Parties
    • The Pin Striped Ball
      • George Steinbrenner throws a party for the Yankees, where George is excited to show off his tall blonde girlfriend in a backless dress, but she breaks up with hiim through Kramer. (Season 8 episode The Susie)
  • Radio Stations
    • WFBB
      • New York radio station where Elaine wins a contest for her boss Mr. Pitt to be able to hold a rope underneath the Woody Woodpecker balloon in the Thanksgiving Day Parade. (Season 6 episode The Mom and Pop Store)
  • Serial Killers
    • The Lopper
      • Killer in Riverside Park that Kramer mentions, that Jerry gets back together with his girlfriend so he doesn't have to walk home at night. (Season 9 episode The Frogger)
    • The Smog Strangler
      • Serial killer loose in L.A. that Kramer is mistaken for. (Season 4 episode The Trip)
  • Songs
    • Hot And Heavy
      • Song that Elaine's new musician boyfriend John Germaine writes after Jerry tells his bandmate Clyde that John is dating his friend Elaine, and they are hot and heavy. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
  • Special Events
    • Joe Pepitone Day
      • George, now working for the Yankees, suggests new promotional events at the stadium in the form of special days, such as Joe Pepitone Day, Jon Voight Day or Liam Neeson Day. (Season 6 episode The Mom and Pop Store)
    • Jon Voight Day
      • George, now working for the Yankees, suggests new promotional events at the stadium in the form of special days, such as Joe Pepitone Day, Jon Voight Day or Liam Neeson Day. (Season 6 episode The Mom and Pop Store)
    • Liam Neeson Day
      • George, now working for the Yankees, suggests new promotional events at the stadium in the form of special days, such as Joe Pepitone Day, Jon Voight Day or Liam Neeson Day. (Season 6 episode The Mom and Pop Store)
  • Theater Productions
    • Flesh Wounds In Ithaca
      • When Mickey auditions, he does a scene with Kramer from this play by Terrence Klufer. (Season 7 episode The Wait Out)
    • Jerry Seinfeld is the Devil
      • Susan Ross' old college roommate Sally Weaver's one woman show. (Season 9 episode The Cartoon)
    • La Cocina
      • George's fictional off broadway play he makes up to impress the NBC executives. A comedy about a Mexican chef named Pepe. (Season 4 episode The Pitch)
    • Rochelle Rochelle: The Musical
      • Musical based on the film Rochelle Rochelle, starring Bette Midler, and Jerry's dating Bette's understudy. (Season 6 episode The Understudy)
    • Saline
      • The name of the play from which Jerry reads lines with his new sexy girlfriend, played by Tawny Kitaen. (Season 3 episode The Nose Job)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Arthur Berkhardt Expressway
      • Kramer adopts Mile 114 of the highway, deciding to clean it himself, and eventually turn the mile into a two-lane comfort cruise. (Season 8 episode The Pothole)
  • TV Shows
    • Coronary Country
      • Medical program Jerry called George to tell him not to watch, but he watched it anyway, and convinced himself that he was having a heart attack. (Season 2 episode The Heart Attack)
    • Jerry
      • Fictionalized version of Seinfeld, TV show Jerry and George sell to NBC, starring Jerry Seinfeld. (Season 4 episode The Pilot)
  • TV Shows-Variety
    • The Super Terrific Happy Hour
      • Jerry gets residuals for appearing in a one-second clip of him in the opening credits of a Japanese comedy show. (Season 8 episode The Checks)
  • TV Stations
    • NBC
      • Nakahama Broadcast Company. George tries to sell the Jerry pilot to a Japanese network. (Season 8 episode The Checks)
    • WWEN
      • TV station in the final episode
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 08
      • Spanish language TV station, a.k.a. Ocho. (episode The Pothole)
  • Vehicles-Nautical
    • ASSMAN
      • Proctologist Howard Cooperman's boat. (Season 6 episode The Fusilli Jerry)
    • The Cat Stevens
      • Fictional boat that Jerry mentions when discussing the Andrea Doria with Elaine. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
    • Gordon Lightfoot
      • Fictional boat Elaine that Elaine mentions when discussing the Andrea Doria with Jerry. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
  • Videos
    • Easy Love
      • VHS videotape visible on Jerry's shelf when he's talking to Mr. Bookman. (Season 3 episode The Library)
    • Great Men
      • VHS videotape visible on Jerry's shelf when he's talking to Mr. Bookman. (Season 3 episode The Library)
    • Gunfights
      • VHS videotape visible on Jerry's shelf when he's talking to Mr. Bookman. (Season 3 episode The Library)
    • Horoscope
      • VHS videotape visible on Jerry's shelf when he's talking to Mr. Bookman. (Season 3 episode The Library)
    • Lips + You
      • VHS videotape visible on Jerry's shelf when he's talking to Mr. Bookman. (Season 3 episode The Library)
    • Myrna
      • VHS videotape visible on Jerry's shelf when he's talking to Mr. Bookman. (Season 3 episode The Library)
  • Words, Phrases, Slang
    • Anti-dentite
      • Kramer calls Jerry an anti-dentite for discriminating against his dentist Tim Whatley that converted to Judaism. (Season 8 episode The Yada Yada)
    • Baldist
      • Jerry calls Elaine a baldist for not ever dating a bald man. (Season 3 episode The Tape)
    • BL
      • George's slang for a beautiful linesman. (Season 5 episode The Lip Reader)
    • Coup D'étoe
      • Comedy bit that George comes up with: George: The big toe is like the captain of the toes, but sometimes the toe next to the big toe gets so big that there's like a power struggle and the second toe assumes control of the foot. (Season 3 episode The Tape)
    • Frolf
      • George's name for frisbee golf. (Season 8 episode The Summer of George)
    • Kavorca
      • According to the Latvian Orthodox clergyman, Kramer has the Kavorca, the lure of the animal. (Season 5 episode The Conversion) Jerry mentions that Kramer has the Kavorca when Uma Thurman giver him her number at the movie theater. (Season 6 episode The Secretary)
    • Mimbo
      • Jerry calls Elaine's new boyfriend Tony a male bimbo, a mimbo. (Season 5 episode The Stall)
    • Quone
      • Word that Kramer tells Jerry's mother to use in her Scrabble game with Jerry, which Jerry challenges. Kramer: Like a patient gets difficult, you quone him. (Season 1 episode The Stakeout)

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