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SEINFELD 1989 TV Series
  • George: Go fold your little balloon animals, Eric. Eric. What kind of name is that for a clown? (episode The Fire)

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  • Advertising and Marketing
    • Kal Signs
      • Sign company in the background in numerous episodes, a tribute to Jerry Seinfeld's father's business, actually called Cal Seinfeld Signs.
  • Airlines
    • Atlantic Northern Airlines
      • Airline that Jerry flies returning to New York. (Season 3 episode The Limo) Airline George attempts to buy a "Death in the Family" fare. (Season 4 episode The Implant)
    • Trans East Airlines
      • Airline that Jerry and Elaine fly. (Season 4 episode The Airport)
  • Android and Robot Models
    • Robot Butcher
      • Product that's about to be instoduced by the Tramco Corporation, the stock tip that George gets from his source Wilkenson. (Season 1 episode The Stock Tip)
  • Antique Stores
    • Revelations Antiques
      • Antique store where Jerry buys the cigar store Indian for Elaine.
  • Apartment and Condos
    • The Eiffel Towers
      • Apartment complex in France that George makes up as part of his story to get out of being a Big Brother. (Season 5 episode The Raincoats)
    • The Shelley
      • Jerry's apartment building - an actual building in Los Angeles, but not in New York where the fictionalized Jerry Seinfeld lives.
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • Clarkman Garbage Disposal
      • Kramer installs a garbage disposal in his shower. (Season 9 episode The Apology)
    • Salami Buddy
      • Joey's parents' wedding gift to Monica and Chandler (Season 8 episode The One After I Do)
  • 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)
  • Automotive Services
    • Finesse Mobile Detailing
      • Car wash where Jerry goes to get the rampant, mutant BO smell out of his car. (Season 4 episode The Smelly Car)
    • Jiffy Park
      • Parking lot where George keeps his car, but when he and Kramer find a used condom in his car, he learns that it's being used as a headquarters for hookers. (Season 7 episode The Wig Master)
  • Bakeries
    • Dinky Donuts
      • Kramer sees Joe DiMaggio at Dinky Donuts. (Season 3 episode The Note)
    • H&H Bagels
      • Bagel company where Kramer used to work that's been on strike for 12 years. "Like no other bagel in the world" (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • Royal Bakery
      • Bakery where Jerry and Elaine buy a cinnamon babka for the dinner party. (Season 5 episode The Dinner Party)
    • Schnitzer's Bakery
      • Bakery where the Constanzas buy a marble rye for their dinner with Susan's parents. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
    • Top Of The Muffin To You!
      • Elaine's old boss Mr. Lipman opens a muffin top business based on Elaine's million dollar idea. (Season 8 episode The Muffin Tops)
  • Banks
    • Almo's Bar & Grill
      • Restaurant outside Jerry's apartment building, from numerous episodes.
    • City Trust & Savings Bank
      • Jerry's bank on the check he bounces to the Columbus Deli. (Season 8 episode The Little Jerry)

    • Manufacturer's Hanover
      • Bank Newman makes up during his speed ticket defense, the bank that turned Kramer down for a job, the reason he was trying to commit suicide, and therefore the reason that Newman was speeding. (Season 4 episode The Pitch)
  • Bar and Grills
    • Fitzpatrick's Bar And Grill
      • George takes clients out on the town. (Season 7 episode The Hot Tub)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Barbizon
      • Nightclub where Jerry performs while on the road, and has a bad night after seeing the pilot from his airplane in the audience. (Season 6 episode The Diplomat's Club)
    • Bradley's
      • Nightclub where Elaine's new musician boyfriend John Germaine performs. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
    • Lasky's Bar
      • Local bar at Madison and 48th. Location of the 10th anniversary party for Rick Barr Properties, the real estate company where George works. (Season 2 episode The Revenge)
    • Tonga Lounge
      • Nightclub in New York, outside of which Kramer gives a homeless guy Chinese food, but wanted his Tupperware back. (Season 6 episode The Beard)
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • Bazaar Hair Design
      • Salon where Elaine goes to get the BO smell from Jerry's car out of her hair. (Season 4 episode The Smelly Car)
    • Enzo's Three Brothers Barber Shop
      • Jerry's barber that gives him a bad haircut. (Season 5 episode The Barber)
    • Hair Restoration Clinic
      • Episode The Tape.
    • Ruby Nails
      • Nail salon where Elaine thinks the girls are talking about her behind her back in Korean, which they are, she confirms by bringing George's dad Frank with her, because he speaks Korean. (Season 6 episode The Understudy)
    • Susie's Nail
      • Nail salon next door to Manhattan Sports, the athletic apparel store where George attempts to sell Jimmy's jumping shoes. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy)
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Hennigan's
      • Bottle of scotch that Jerry's uncle gave him. (Season 3 episode The Red Dot) Elaine asks Jerry if he has any, which she pretends to drink before making up a crazy story about how his car got messed up. (Season 3 episode The Parking Space)
    • Uppington's Peach Schnapps
      • Alcohol Elaine drinks, and chips a tooth on the bottle. (Season 9 episode The Betrayal)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Beer
      • Can of generic beer product that Elaine drinks when she's hanging out with Jerry in his apartment, a can that looks just like a Coors product. (Season 7 episode The Wait Out)
  • Beverages-Soft Drinks
    • Diet Cola
      • Can of generic cola product shown being collected by Kramer and Newman for their Michigan deposit bottle scam, a can that looks just like a Pepsi product. (Season 7 episode The Bottle Deposit)
  • 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)
  • Bookstores
    • Brentano's
      • Bookstore where Pam works, Jerry's new girlfriend that Kramer falls in love with. (Season 8 episode The Foundation) Bookstore where George is forced to buy an impressionist painting book because he took it into the bathroom with him. (Season 9 episode The Bookstore)
    • Collectors Universe
      • Sports memorabilia store where Kramer sells George's birthday card signed by the entire Yankee organization for Steinbrenner. (Season 7 episode The Wink)
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Double Crunch
      • Breakfast cereal that Kramer eats at Jerry's apartment. (Season 4 episode The Pick)
    • Oaties
      • Breakfast cereal in Jerry's apartment. (Season 1 episode Pilot)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Latham Courthouse
      • Location of Jerry and the gang's trial in Latham, Massachusetts. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Atomic Sub
      • Sub shop that Elaine goes to because of the frequent customer program. 24 stamps = Submarine Captain. (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • Babu Bhatt's Dream Cafe
      • New restaurant in Jerry's neighborhood. Jerry befriends Babu, and suggests he convert the restaurant to serve dishes from his native Pakistan, which he does, and then goes out of business. (Season 3 episode The Cafe)
    • Cafe Verne
      • Paris cafe where George takes Little Brother Joey. (Season 5 episode The Raincoats)
    • Columbus Deli
      • Bodega where Jerry bounces a clown check, and the owner posts his check up on the wall. (Season 8 episode The Little Jerry)

    • Dixieland Deli
      • After winning a radio contest for her boss Mr. Pitt to be able to hold a rope underneath the Woody Woodpecker balloon in the Thanksgiving Day Parade, Elaine has to go to the Dixieland Deli to pick up the security pass. (Season 6 episode The Mom and Pop Store)
    • Monk's Cafe
      • Monk's Cafe made its first appearance in the second episode of Seinfeld, replacing Pete's Luncheonette as the gang's hangout of choice. (Season 1 episode The Stakeout)
    • PB & J's
      • Kramer idea. Restaurant that only serves peanut butter and jelly. (Season 7 episode The Friars Club)
    • Pete's Luncheonette
      • The first episode of Seinfeld (which did not air as Seinfeld but The Seinfeld Chronicles) feature Jerry and George hanging out at Pete's Luncheonette, replaced in the second episode by Monk's Cafe.
  • Car Dealerships
    • European International Motors
      • Dealership where Jerry buys his new car. (Season 9 episode The Dealership)
    • New Century Cadillac
      • Car dealership where Jerry buys a new car for his father. (Season 7 episode The Cadillac)
  • Catering Services
    • Dante Caterers
      • Location of Mr. Lipman's son's bar mitzvah. (Season 9 episode The Serenity Now)
  • 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)
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • Aristotle Goose-down Tunic
      • Clothing item in the J. Peterman catalog that Elaine purchased with her business account. (Season 8 episode The Chicken Roaster)
    • Bengalese Galoshes
      • Clothing item in the J. Peterman catalog that Eddie the mail room guy writes the description for: It's tough to keep your feet dry when you're kicking in a skull. (Season 8 episode The Fatigues)
    • Detox Poncho
      • Idea Elaine comes up with after helping a colleague go cold turkey. (Season 9 episode The Bookstore)
    • The Executive
      • A beltless raincoat that Jerry's father invented, a hot item at Rudy's used clothing store. (Season 5 episode The Raincoats)
    • The Gatsby Swing Top
      • Clothing item in the J. Peterman catalog, inspired by O'Henry heiress Sue Ellen Mishke. J. Peterman: I wanna market this item as a new direction in women's fashion. We're gonna sell this as a top. Here's the angle: Zelda Fitzgerald, and somebody in the 20s, wearing this at wild parties, driving all the men crazy. (Season 7 The Caddy)
    • Himalayan Walking Shoes
      • Clothing product in the J. Peterman catalog. "Oh, I'm exhausted. I've been on this street a thousand times! It's never looked so strange! The faces… so cold! In the distance, a child is crying. Fatherless... a bastard child, perhaps. My back aches... my heart aches... but my feet, my feet are resilient! Thank God I took off my heels, and put on my Himalayan Walking Shoes." (Season 7 episode The Hot Tub)
    • The Mansiere
      • Also known as The Bro. Kramer and George's father go into business together making a brassiere for men. (Season 6 episode The Doorman)
    • Mongolian Horsehair Vest
      • Clothing product in the J. Peterman catalog. (Season 7 episode The Shower Head)
    • Norwegian Ice-fishing Vest
      • Clothing product in the J. Peterman catalog. "I packed my rod and reel. 30 hours later, lost in the fiord, a welcoming smile. Thank god she spotted the epaulettes on my Norwegian ice-fishing vest." (Season 7 episode The Hot Tub)
    • Pamplona Beret
      • Clothing product in the J. Peterman catalog: And there, tucked into the river's bend was the object of my search. The Gwon-Jaya River market, fabrics and spices traded under a starlit sky. It was there that I discovered the Pamplona beret. Sizes seven-and-a-half through eight-and-three-quarters. Price? Thirty-five dollars. (Season 7 episode The Secret Code)
    • The Pygmy Pullover
      • Clothing item in the J. Peterman catalog. (Season 7 episode The Bottle Deposit)
    • Quilted Chambray Nightshirt
      • Clothing item in the J. Peterman catalog that Eddie the mailroom guy writes the description for: It's a hot night. The mind races. You think about your knife; the only friend who hasn't betrayed you, the only friend who won't be dead by sun up. Sleep tight, mates, in your Quilted Chambray Nightshirts. (Season 8 episode The Fatigues)
    • The Rogue's Wallet
      • Clothing product in the J. Peterman catalog: That's where he kept his card, his dirty little secret. Short, devious, balding. his name was Costanza. He killed my mother. (Season 7 episode The Secret Code)
    • Roll-out Tie Dispenser
      • Idea Kramer has for his company Kramerica Industries: You're in a restaurant. You got a very big meeting coming up. Oh, man! You got mustard on your tie. You just tear it off and you got a new one right here. Then, you're gone. (Season 1 episode The Stock Tip)
    • Squire's Walking Stick
      • Item in the J. Peterman catalog that Elaine wrote the description for. (Season 7 episode The Wig Master)
    • TR-6
      • Mannequin model created by Ricky, the TV guide fan that Elaine met on the subway, also known as Elaine. (Season 5 episode The Pie)
    • The Urban Sombrero
      • Clothing item Elaine comes up with for the J. Peterman catalog, for business men taking siestas. (Season 8 episode The Foundation)
  • Clothing Stores
    • The Andover Shop
      • Store where Jerry buys a crested blazer, then attempts to return it out of spite for the salesman, which Elaine is dating. (Season 7 episode The Wig Master)
    • Belyeu's Boutique
      • Store where Jerry waits for his new girlfriend Lisi, where she buys them hats for their long weekend trip to the Pennsylvania Dutch country. (Season 9 episode The Frogger)
    • Cinco De Mayo
      • Clothing store owned by the same rude woman as Putumayo, the Mayan store that Elaine wants to run out of business. (Season 8 episode The Millennium)
    • Crazy Shirts
      • Store where Kramer buys a bunch of clearance T-shirts for Jerry, including one that reads "#1 Dad" that he gives his father. (Season 8 episode The English Patient)
    • E.D. Granmont
      • Women's clothing company, where George interviews to sell brassieres. (Season 5 episode The Sniffing Accountant)
    • The Hair Company
      • Store where George buys his toupee. (Season 6 episode The Scofflaw)
    • The J. Peterman Company
      • Elaine gets a job writing for a clothing catalog. (Season 6 episode The Understudy)
    • Putumayo
      • Mayan clothing store with rude clerk that Elaine wants to run out of business. (Season 8 episode The Millennium)
    • Ross Fine Men's Clothing
      • Susan's uncle's clothing store where George tries to help out the security guard by getting him a chair. (Season 7 episode The Maestro)
  • Clowns
    • Eric The Clown
      • Clown at a childrens birthday party played by Jon Favreau that George argues with about Bozo the Clown, shortly before a fire starts and George runs out first, pushing women and children out of his way. (Season 5 episode The Fire)
  • Coffee Shops
    • Chock Full O' Coffee
      • Coffee shop in background when Jerry and George discuss Jon Voight and Liam Neeson. (Season 6 episode The Mom and Pop Store)
    • Cody's Coffee Shop
      • Coffee shop in the lobby of the building where Vanessa works. (Season 1 episode The Stakeout)
    • Java World
      • Coffee shop that Kramer sues for the coffee being too hot. (Season 7 episode The Maestro)
  • Colors
    • Toxic Waste Green
      • Color of Elaine's nails - she gets them done for her big Peterman bash. (Season 8 episode The Little Kicks)
  • Communications Companies
    • TMI
      • Communications company that calls Jerry to see if he wants to change long distance service. (Season 4 episode The Pitch)
  • 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)
  • Corporations
    • Centrax
      • Stock tip that Geroge gets from his source Wilkenson, who made a fortune in the stock market. Company that has some new kind if technique for televising opera, some sort of electronic thingy. (Season 1 episode The Stock Tip)
    • MacKenzie
      • George buys a new suit that makes a whoosh sounds when he walks for his interview with a new company. (Season 5 episode The Pie)
    • Matsushimi
      • Chinese conglomerate that intends to buy Pendant Publishing. (Season 5 episode The Opposite)
    • Pensky
      • Company, client of Sanalac, the rest stop supply company where George gets a job. (Season 5 episodeThe Barber)
    • The Tramco Corporation
      • Stock tip George gets from his source Wilkenson, company that's about to introduce some sort of robot butcher. (Season 1 episode The Stock Tip)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Reston
      • Elaine's boyfriend, her old psychiatrist, also Crazy Joe Davola's psychiatrist - the guy that kicked Kramer in the head. (Season 4 episode The Wallet)
  • 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)
  • Dentists
    • Dr. Abbott D.D.S.
      • Kramer's friend Mickey's father, that tells Jerry: "Tim Whatley was one of my students. And if this wasn't my son's wedding day, I'd knock you teeth out you anti-dentite bastard." (Season 8 episode The Yada Yada)
    • Dr. Seisman
      • Dentist that Jerry's dentist Tim Whatley mentions during his appointment, whom he swaps assistants with. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy)
    • Tim Whatley D.D.S.
      • Jerry's dentist that converts to Judaism. (Season 8 episode The Yada Yada)
  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • Bloomfield's
      • Department store where Elaine's new communist boyfriend Ned tells Kramer seasonal Santa Clauses are making twice as much as at Coleman's, where Kramer is working as Santa. (Season 6 episode The Race)
    • Coleman's Department Store
      • Department store where Kramer gets a job as a seasonal Santa Claus, and his friend Mickey gets a job as his elf. (Season 6 episode The Race)
    • Gus' Smoke Shop
      • Store where Kramer tries to sell the cigar store Indian that Jerry bought for Elaine. (Season 5 episode The Cigar-Store Indian)
    • Housing Works
      • Thrift Store.
    • Housing Works Thrift Shop
      • Thrift shop where George attempts to sell the impressionist painting book that he took into the bathroom at Brentano's bookstore. (Season 9 episode The Bookstore)
    • Rudy's antique boutique
      • Used vintage clothing store where Kramer got his pants. (Season 5 episode The Raincoats)
  • Diners
    • Monk's Diner
      • The name of the restaurant where Jerry and his friends hang out.
  • Doctors
    • Ben Pfeffer
      • Michael and Carol's pediatrition that describes everything as breathtaking. (Season 5 episode The Hamptons)
    • Bernard Wendroff, M.D.
      • Kevin's urologist. (Season 8 episode The Soul Mate)
    • Dr. Berg
      • Doctor Elaine consults about her rash, after leaving her doctor because he thinks she's difficult. (Season 8 episode The Package)
    • Dr. Bison
      • Doctor that Jackie Chiles sends Kramer to see. (Season 7 episode The Maestro)
    • Dr. Byson
      • When the gang calls Jackie Chiles from Latham, Massachusetts to come defend them, he tells his secretary to cancel his appointment with Dr. Byson. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
    • Dr. Dekter
      • Orthopedist that Lloyd Braun mentions, he makes an appointment for George after George lies about his arm moving involuntarily. (Season 5 episode The Non-Fat Yogurt)
    • Dr. Fein
      • Doctor Elaine meets at the hospital when George thinks he's having a heart attack. She nicknames him Dr. Tongue, because all he talks about is the anatomy of the tongue. (Season 2 episode The Heart Attack)
    • Dr. Kazarian
      • Dermatologist that Jerry goes to see about the rash he got from Kramer's metal cleaner. (Season 9 episode The Slicer)
    • Dr. Sara Sitarides
      • Elaine's dermatologist friend that Jerry goes out with, also known as Pimple Popper, M.D. (Season 9 episode The Slicer)
    • Dr. Siegel
      • Elaine's formerly fat friend Roy's doctor. (Season 4 episode The Junior Mint)
    • Dr. Stevens
      • Joke Jerry makes about the parents of actors in a pornographic movie: So, what's your son doing now, Dr. Stevens? Oh, he's a public fornicator. (Season 1 episode The Stakeout)
    • Dr. Strugatz
      • J. Peterman sends Elaine for a checkup before their trip to Kenya. (Season 7 episode The Shower Head)
    • Dr. Van Nostrand
      • Kramer's alter ego when George makes him impersonate a dermatologist and inspect his boss in order to get a photo of him with his shirt off for the photograph on his desk, which George accidentally had him airbrushed out of. (Season 9 episode The Slicer)
    • Dr. Van Nostrund
      • Doctor from the Hoffermandorf Neo Clinic in Belgium, the doctor's name that Kramer uses when Elaine sends him into her doctor's office to get her medical history chart. (Season 8 episode The Package)
    • Howard Cooperman M.D.
      • Proctologist that sees George's father after he accidentally sits on Kramer's Fusilli Jerry, also known as The ASSMAN. (Season 6 episode The Fusilli Jerry)
    • Tor Eckman
      • Herbalist and healer that Kramer recommends to George as an alternative to surgery, portrayed by Stephen Tobolowsky. (Season 2 episode The Heart Attack)
  • Drugstores
    • Rappaport Pharmacy
      • Drug store where Elaine's boss Mr. Pitt mistakes Jerry for a pharmacist, and asks him medical advice. (Season 6 episode The Diplomat's Club)
  • Electronics
    • SP 2000
      • Bomb sniffing robot the police send in to destroy George's desk after Steinbrenner hears his alarm clock ticking. (Season 8 episode The Nap)
    • Willard Electronic Organizer
      • Wizard knockoff brand that Jerry buys for his fathers' friends in Florida. (Season 9 episode The Wizard)
  • Electronics Stores
    • Costanza And Son
      • George's father Frank opens a computer sales company in his garage. (Season 9 episode The Serenity Now)
    • Leapin' Larry's Wholesale Appliances And Electronics
      • Electronics store that Jerry interviews to do some TV spots, but ends up inadvertently burning the place down. (Season 7 episode The Secret Code)
    • Nobody Beats the Wiz
      • Electronics store whose commercials feature her new boyfriend. "Total entertainment center" (Season 9 episode The Junk Mail)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • The Flying Sandos Brothers
      • Magic show that the gang attends. (Season 7 episode The Friars Club)
  • Event Centers
    • Dayton Civic Center
      • Jerry's manager Katie calls Jerry to let him know about a job that came up at the Dayton Civic Center in Ohio, but he's doing Career Day at his old junior high school. (Season 8 episode The Abstinence)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Sky Burger
      • Burger joint that Elaine, Jerry and George talk about while waiting for a table at the Chinese Restaurant. (Season 2 episode The Chinese Restaurant)
  • Film Production Companies
    • IdBox Productions
      • Film production studio in L.A. where Kramer auditions for a music video, a horror movie, an exercise tape and an infomercial. (Season 4 episode The Trip)
  • Financial Services
    • Brandt-Leland Investments
      • Financial firm where Kramer starts working accidentally after using the bathroom in the building. (Season 8 episode The Bizarro Jerry)
    • Horsetrack Betting
      • Business whose number Elaine has been giving out as her fake number for years. (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • Off-Track Betting
      • Kramer gambles on a horse, a sure thing he overheard on the subway. (Season 3 episode The Subway)
    • Prophet And Goldstein
      • Jerry's accountant's firm. (Season 5 episode The Sniffing Accountant)
  • Food Companies
    • Moland Springs
      • Elaine's boss Mr. Pitt sits on the board of trustees for Morgan Springs, a bottled water company trying to acquire another bottled water company called Poland Creek. Following the merger, the company is to be named Moland Springs. (Season 6 episode The Gymnast)
    • Morgan Springs
      • Elaine's boss Mr. Pitt sits on the board of trustees for Morgan Springs, a bottled water company trying to acquire another bottled water company called Poland Creek. Following the merger, the company is to be named Moland Springs. (Season 6 episode The Gymnast)
    • Poland Creek
      • Elaine's boss Mr. Pitt sits on the board of trustees for Morgan Springs, a bottled water company trying to acquire another bottled water company called Poland Creek. Following the merger, the company is to be named Moland Springs. (Season 6 episode The Gymnast)
  • Funeral Homes, Mortuaries and Morgues
    • Drexler's Funeral Home
      • Joke George makes about Jerry's relative Manya: How about that? If you're a spirit, and you can travel to other dimensions and galaxies and find out the mysteries of the universe you think she'll be at Drexler's Funeral Home on Ocean Parkway? (Season 2 episode The Pony Remark)
  • Furniture Products
    • The Half-conscious- Deadbeat-with-no-job-home-all-day-eating-Cheetos-and-watching-TV Recliner
      • Jerry's suggestion to rename the La-Z-Boy recliner: "My favorite furniture brand is the La-Z-Boy. This is very flattering to the prospective customer, isn't it? Why not call it the half-conscious- deadbeat-with-no-job-home-all-day-eating-Cheetos-and-watching-TV recliner?" (Season 6 episode The Couch)
  • Furniture Stores
    • Back In Business
      • Joke Elaine makes to Hal about ergonomic furniture stores having cheesy names. (Season 8 episode The Nap)
    • Good Vertebrations
      • Joke Elaine makes to Hal about ergonomic furniture stores having cheesy names. (Season 8 episode The Nap)
    • Karl Farbman
      • Furniture designer that Brett mentions to Elaine. (Season 8 episode The Checks)
  • 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)
  • Grocery Stores
    • Amaganett Farmers Market
      • Store where Jerry, Elaine and George stop for tomatoes on their way back to the city. (Season 5 episode The Hamptons)
    • Joe's
      • Where Kramer gets the best cantaloupe he's ever had - 49 cents a pound. (Season 2 episode The Ex-Girlfriend) Kramer gets banned after trying to return a bad peach, and then Jerry gets banned after shopping for Kramer. (Season 5 episode The Mango)
    • MacLeish's Fish Market
      • Store Michael mentions when he asks Kramer where he bought the lobsters. (Season 5 episode The Hamptons)
    • Market Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
      • Grocery store seen in background, from numerous episodes.
    • Toms Market
      • Grocery store where George and Mike argue over a parking space. (Season 3 episode The Parking Space)
  • Hardware and Tools
    • Clapco D-29
      • Jerry's door lock, the most impenetrable lock on the market today. It has only one design flaw - the door must be closed. (Season 1 episode The Robbery)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • New York Health Club
      • Healthcare club where Elaine meets JFK Jr. (Season 4 episode The Contest) Gym where Elaine spies on Jerry's girlfriend Sidra in the steam room to see if they're real. They're real, and they're spectacular. (Season 4 episode The Implant) Gym where George convinces a blind man to trade glasses with him. (Season 5 episode Glasses) Elaine works out with Greg, and George pees in the shower. (Season 5 episode The Wife) The guys play basketball with a guy named Jimmy that sells special athletic shoes. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy)
    • Physique
      • Gym where the pool guy works. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy)
    • Sutton Tennis Club
      • Club where Jerry plays tennis, and buys a new racket based on the recommendation from Milos, the guy that works in the pro shop that turns out to be terrible at tennis. (Season 8 episode The Comeback)
  • Healthcare-Other
    • Bowen fertility clinic
      • Clinic where Kramer finds out he has a low sperm count. (Season 6 episode The Chinese Woman)
    • County blood bank
      • Local blood bank where Kramer stores his blood. (Season 9 episode The Blood)
    • Manhattan East Dental Plaza
      • Medical offices where Jerry's dentist Tim Whatley works. (Season 8 episode The Yada Yada)
    • Manhattan East Medical Offices
      • Medical office where Jerry's dentist Tim Whatley's office is located. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy) Location of proctologist The ASSMAN's office. (Season 6 episode The Fusilli Jerry)
    • ProFitness Physical Therapy Center
      • Elaine's friend Wendy's clinic that charges George for canceling an appointment within 24 hours. (Season 6 episode The Kiss Hello)
    • Surgical Appliances
      • Hospital supply store where George and Kramer buy a wheelchair for the handicapped girl. (Season 4 episode The Handicap Spot)
    • Tor
      • The holistic healer George goes to see in The Heart Attack episode - played by Stephen Tobolowsky .
  • High Schools
    • JFK High School
      • Jerry and George's high school, seen in wedgie flashback. There was a real high school in New York City called John F. Kennedy High School, but this isn't meant to be that school. It even has different mascots - Jerry and George's JFK high school mascot is The Eagles, while the real high school's mascot were the Knights. (Season 3 episode The Library) Jerry and George run into Duncan, whom they went to high school with, whom Jerry won a race against by taking off early. (Season 6 episode The Race)
  • Home Furnishing Products
    • Commando 8
      • Air conditioner model Kramer gets for Jerry that falls out the window and hits a dog. 12,000 BTUs of raw cooling power. (Season 5 episode Glasses)
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • The Lumbar Yard
      • Ergonomic furniture store where Hal buys a new mattress for Elaine. (Season 8 episode The Nap)
    • Turkish Rugs & Imports
      • Store Elaine runs past trying to keep up with the cab she jumps out of. (Season 9 episode The Puerto Rican Day)
  • Home Maintenance Services
    • Maid to order
      • Maid service Jerry hires and ends up having sex with the maid. (Season 9 episode The Maid)
    • Sunshine Carpet Cleaners
      • Supposed a cult-run cleaning company that George hires because they're cheap, and then gets offended when they don't try to convert him to their religion. (Season 8 episode The Checks)
  • Hospitals
    • The Bell's Palsy Center
      • Rockville clinic where Gavin the dog owner tells Jerry he was taken when he was released from the hospital. (Season 3 episode The Dog)
    • Hoffermandorf Neo Clinic
      • Fictional clinic in Belgium, where Kramer claims to be from when impersonating Dr. Van Nostrund to get Elaine's medical history chart from her doctor. (Season 8 episode The Package)
    • Hospital For Joint Diseases
      • Clinic where Jerry's father sees a back specialist, and his wallet gets stolen. (Season 4 episode The Wallet)
    • Manhattan Memorial
      • Hospital where George wants to go when he thinks he's having a heart attack, they have less of a line. (Season 2 episode The Heart Attack)
    • St. Elizabeth's Hospital
      • Hospital where the handicapped girl is taken. (Season 4 episode The Handicap Spot)
    • West Park Medical Group
      • Doctor's clinic where George goes to get the discoloration on his face. (Season 4 episode The Pilot) Medical clinic where Dr. Dekter works, the orthopedist that Lloyd Braun mentions, he makes an appointment for George after George lies about his arm moving involuntarily.(Season 5 episode The Non-Fat Yogurt) J. Peterman sends Elaine to Dr. Strugatz for a checkup before their trip to Kenya. (Season 7 episode The Shower Head)
  • Hospitals-Mental Health
    • Woodhaven Clinic
      • Mental institution / Depression clinic where George's girlfriend checks herself in when George breaks up with her.(Season 3 episode The Truth)
  • Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt Flavors
    • Triple Minuteman Mint
      • Flavor that a kid orders at Baskin Robbins. (Season 9 episode The Apology)
  • Ice Cream and Yogurt Shops
    • Frozen Yogurt
      • Frozen yogurt shop that serves non-fat yogurt that the gang loves, but suspects its not really non-fat. (Season 5 episode The Non-Fat Yogurt)
  • Import Export Companies
    • Constanza Import / Export
      • While on vacation with the Maestro in Tuscany, Elaine takes a picture of an Italian business, what leads George's father Frank to finding his lost cousin Carlo. (Season 7 episode The Doll)
  • Industrial Companies
    • Kramerica Industries
      • Kramer's company - Kramer seeks to open a restaurant where you make your own pie. (Season 1 episode Male Unbonding) Kramer hires an intern to give him real world corporate experience. (Season 9 episode The Voice)
    • Kruger Industrial Smoothing
      • Company that hires George. George spots himself in the background of a photograph on his boss's desk, reminding him where he knows him from - an incident on the beach several years earlier in which George incorrectly blamed his family of stealing his clothes so George threw their boombox in the ocean. (Season 9 episode The Slicer)
    • Vandelay Industries
      • The name of the company where George claims he looked for a job as a latex salesmen when he requests a 13-week extension on his unemployment benefits. He gives them Jerry's number. (Season 3 episode The Boyfriend) Fictional importer/exporter boyfriend that George makes up for Elaine. (Season 7 episode The Cadillac) Vandalay is also the last name of the George's fictitious alter ego, Art Vandelay, architect.
  • Institutes
    • The Institute For The Preservation Of MotionPicture Costumes And Wardrobe
      • Where Kramer's friend works, also known as the I.P.M.P.C.W. (according to Kramer). Also known as The Institute (according to Mr. Haarwood. (Season 7 episode The Gum)
  • Laboratories
    • Medical & X-ray Laboratories
      • Lab where the gang takes the non-fat yogurt to find out if it's really non-fat, and Kramer starts dating the technician. (Season 5 episode The Non-Fat Yogurt)
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • Royal Dry Cleaners
      • News anchor: "To repeat, in case you're just joining us former baseball star Steve Gendason has been taken to police headquarters for questioning in the murder of Bobby Pinkus, the owner of Royal Dry Cleaners at 2759 Amsterdam Avenue. According to Pinkus' wife Gendason had been involved in a dispute with the cleaner over a stain on a pair of gray Sansabelt slacks. We also have a report that earlier in the day a groundskeeper at Van Cortlandt golf course reportedly saw an irate Gendason leaving the clubhouse in a huff. Whether there is a possible connection between the two is something we'll just have to wait and find out." (Season 6 episode The Big Salad)
    • Sun Shine Cleaners
      • Drycleaning service that gives Jerry a family discount for returning a lost cherished family heirloom he finds in hi jacket pocket. (Season 5 episode The Wife)
  • 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)
  • Legal Services
    • Jackie Chiles Attorney At Law
      • Lawyer Kramer hires to sue Java World. (Season 7 episode The Maestro) Lawyer Kramer hires to see Sue Ellen Mishke, the heir to the O'Henry candy bar fortune, for walking around wearing a bra. (Season 7 The Caddy) Kramer goes to Jackie Chiles with a case against the tobacco companies. (Season 8 episode The Abstinence) When the gang gets arrested in Latham, Massachusetts, they hire Jackie Chiles to defend them. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
    • Sagman, Bennett, Robbins, Oppenheim and Taff
      • Law firm where Vanessa works, the woman that Jerry meets at Elaine's friend Pamela's birthday party at Le Trianon. (Season 1 episode The Stakeout)
  • Liquor Stores
    • Liquor Store
      • Liquor store where Kramer meets the owner of Maid to Order. (Season 9 episode The Maid)
    • Liquors
      • Liquor store where Kramer and George buy wine for the dinner party, and then get trapped outside when someone double parks and blocks them in. (Season 5 episode The Dinner Party)
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • The Dorian Hotel
      • Hotel where Pendant Publishing puts up Testikov to write his million-dollar manuscript. (Season 5 episode The Marine Biologist)
    • Hotel Bedford
      • Hotel where Jerry gets a room for John-Paul, the runner that overslept and missed the Olympics. (Season 7 episode The Hot Tub)
    • Hotel Edison
      • Hotel where George goes with the woman he meets on the subway. (Season 3 episode The Subway)
  • Lodging-Inns
    • Green Glen Inn
      • Hotel from The Stock Tip episode.
  • 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)
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Beach
      • Idea for a new perfume that Kramer comes up with, and Calvin Klein steals. (Season 4 episode The Pick)
    • Ocean By Calvin Klein
      • Perfume that smells like the beach that Calvin Klein steals from Kramer's idea. (Season 4 episode The Pick)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Ationa
      • Company name on dumpster where Kramer finds the set from the Merv Griffin Show. Actually "National", minus the "N" and the "L". "Toilets ' Fences ' Storage Bins ' Temp. Power Sheds" (Season 9 episode The Junk Mail)
    • Play Now
      • George's new job, a playground equipment company. (Season 9 episode The Butter Shave)
    • Sanalac
      • Rest stop supply company where George gets a job, but isn't sure at first if he got the job, because the interview was cut short. (Season 5 episode The Barber)
  • Meat
    • Beef-a-Reeno
      • The canned meat product that Kramer buys in bulk from Price Club and feeds to the hansom cab horse Rusty right before taking Susans parents for a carriage ride downtown. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
  • Medicine
    • Fungicide
      • Medicine Jerry finds in his new girlfriend's medicine cabinet. (Season 5 episode The Conversion)
  • Menu Items
    • The Clams Casino
      • Chef recommended dish that George orders at Monk's Cafe. (Season 9 episode The Betrayal)
  • 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)
  • Middle Schools
    • Edward R. Murrow Junior High School
      • Jerry and George's old junior high school. (Season 8 episode The Abstinence)
  • Movie Theaters
    • Alex Theater
      • Old movie theater that Kramer helps restore. (Season 7 episode The Gum)
    • Cine 66
      • Movie theater where tickets to Prognosis Negative are sold out. (Season 3 episode The Dog)
    • Majestic Theater
      • Episode The Summer of George.
    • Paradise Twin Theater
      • New York movie theater. (Season 4 episode The Movie)
    • Paragon Theater
      • New York movie theater. (Season 4 episode The Movie) Theater showing Plan 9 from Outer Space, which Jerry was supposed to see the night at the Chinese restaurant. (Season 7 episode The Postponement)
  • 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. "When someone tries to blow you up, not because of who you are but because of reasons completely different." (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)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Azzari brothers moving & storage
      • Moving company that delivers Jerry's new couch and delivers Jerry's old couch to Elaine's apartment. Elaine also dates one of the movers until she finds out he's anti-abortion. (Season 6 episode The Couch) Denim vest gives Elaine a fake phone number, the number on the Azzari Brothers moving van. (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • Manhattan Mini Storage
      • Jerry's storage unit that he rents out half the space to Kramer, and Kramer rents out half of that space to Newman, who stores mail in it. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
    • Mobile Postal Reeducation Center
      • Episode The Junk Mail.
  • Museums
    • The Museum Of Miniatures
      • Museum Elaine mentions, where Jerry won't go with her, but Kevin, the Bizarro Jerry, will. (Season 8 episode The Bizarro Jerry)
  • Musicians
    • John Germaine
      • Elaine's new musician boyfriend. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
    • Policemen's Benevolent Association Orchestra
      • The Maestro's orchestra. (Season 7 episode The Maestro)
  • 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)
  • Office Products
    • Label Baby Junior
      • Label maker model that Elaine gives dentist Tim Whatley, and Tim re-gifts to Jerry. (Season 6 episode The Label Maker)
    • Rolamech 1000
      • Mechanical pencil that Elaine orders for Mr. Pitt. (Season 6 episode The Big Salad)
  • Office Supply Stores
    • Melody Stationers
      • Store where George and Susan buy their wedding invitations.Home federal savings bank. (Season 7 episode The Invitations) George orders invitations to Lynette's party for Jerry. (Season 8 episode The Summer of George)
    • Stationers
      • Store where Elaine goes looking for a Rolamech 1000 pen for her boss Mr. Pitt. (Season 6 episode The Big Salad)
  • Optometry
    • J&T Optical
      • Optometry clinic. episode The Glasses.
  • 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)
  • Pest Control Services
    • Defend
      • Extermination company that Jerry hires. (Season 6 episode The Doodle) George calls the exterminator because he's black, and he wants his boss that looks like Sugar Ray Leonard to think he has black friends. (Season 6 episode The Diplomat's Club)
  • Pet Services
    • Downtown Veterinary Clinic
      • Clinic where Kramer takes the dog Smuckers that shares his same coughing affliction. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
  • Photography Services
    • Flash Foto
      • Photography service that George uses in an attempt to remove himself from the background of a photograph of his boss's family. (Season 9 episode The Slicer)
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Mario's Pizza
      • Jerry and George's high school hangout, where George buys their old Frogger arcade video game when they go out of business because his initials are still the top score. (Season 9 episode The Frogger)
    • Original Rays Pizza
      • Episode The Maid.
    • Paisano's pizza
      • Pizza parlor where George runs into trouble with the tipping process - he drops his tip in the jar when the pizza guy isn't looking, so he tries to pull it out to do it again, but the pizza guy thinks he's stealing. (Season 7 episode The Calzone)
    • Pokeno's
      • Pizza parlor that the owner contributes a lot of money to anti-abortion groups, so Elaine won't go there. (Season 6 episode The Couch)
  • Products-Other
    • Commanco 8
      • Episode The Glasses.
    • Cougar 9000
      • The Rolls Royce of wheelchairs, a wheelchair sold at the Surgical Appliances store. (Season 4 episode The Handicap Spot)
    • Willard
      • Personal organizer, knockoff of the Wizard brand from episode The Wizard.
  • Publishing Companies
    • Pendant Publishing
      • Elaine's job is reading manuscripts for Pendant Publishing. (Season 2 episode The Jacket)
    • Pundit Publishing
      • Publisher of J. Peterman's autobiography No Jacket Required. (Season 8 episode The Muffin Tops)
  • 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)
  • Realty Services
    • Rick Barr Properties
      • Real estate company where George works. He quits, but then changes his mind and shows back up without saying anything. (Season 2 episode The Revenge)
  • Record Stores
    • Bleeker Bob's Records
      • Record store down on Bleeker where Kramer and Newman sell old records. (Season 4 episode The Old Man)
    • Ron's Records
      • Record store down on Bleeker where Kramer and Newman sell old records. (Season 4 episode The Old Man)
  • Rehabilitation
    • Smither's Clinic
      • Rehab clinic where Jerry's friend Richie checks in after the intervention. He's doing great on the rehab, he's hooked on PEZ. He's eating them like there's no tomorrow. (Season 3 episode The Pez Dispenser)
    • Wilkes Jennings Physical Therapists
      • Physical therapy clinic where George gets a massage from a man, and thinks it moved. (Season 3 episode The Note) "I think it moved."
  • Repair Services
    • Discount Shoe Store
      • Shoe repair service where Kramer takes all of Jerry's sneakers, gets a nosebleed, looks up and sees wires sticking out of the ceiling. He tells the owners, so they call an electrician, but they can't afford the work required and end up going out of business. (Season 6 episode The Mom and Pop Store)
    • Jimmy Sherman
      • Watch repair guy. episode The Wallet.
  • Restaurants-Asian
    • China Panda
      • Chinese restaurant that won't deliver the flounder she wants to Elaine's apartment, so Elaine pretends she lives in a janitor's closet across the street. (Season 8 episode The Pothole)
    • Huan Balcany
      • Jerry and Donna Chang had their first date there.
    • Hunan balcony
      • Chinese restaurant where Jerry meets Donna Chang. (Season 6 episode The Chinese Woman)
    • Madame Chang's
      • Chinese restaurant where Jerry and Elaine and supposed to meet George. (Season 8 episode The Little Jerry)
  • Restaurants-Italian
    • Gagliano's
      • Italian restaurant that the Drake recommends. (Season 4 episode The Handicap Spot)
    • Pasta Vicci
      • Italian restaurant where Elaine and George have dinner with Elaine's married friends. (Season 3 episode The Good Samaritan)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Bouchard's
      • Restaurant the George mentions, where his cousin worked, where they used to use the bouillabaisse for a toilet. (Season 4 episode The Shoes)
    • Chadway's
      • Restaurant George mentions when he arrives at Jerry's apartment with his piano playing girlfriend, where they just came from. (Season 3 episode The Pez Dispenser)
    • Gentle Harvest
      • Restaurant Jerry mentions to his new Native American girlfriend, where he made reserv… where he arranged for the appropriate accommodations. (Season 5 episode The Cigar-Store Indian)
    • Hop Sing's
      • Chinese restaurant that bans Elaine, and then her new communist boyfriend Ned. (Season 6 episode The Race)
    • Isabella's
      • Restaurant that Jerry calls too trendy, where George takes Cheryl to avoid Jerry and Elaine, but ends up running into them anyway. (Season 4 episode The Visa)
    • Kady's
      • Restaurant where the valet infects Jerry's car with rampant, mutant BO. (Season 4 episode The Smelly Car)
    • Le Trianon
      • Restaurant, location of Elaine's friend Pamela's birthday party where Jerry meets Vanessa. (Season 1 episode The Stakeout)
    • The Magic Pan
      • The Mandelbaum family restaurant that specializes in crepes. (Season 8 episode The English Patient)
    • Mendys Restaurant
      • Restaurant where Jerry takes Kenny for giving him the Armani suit. "Best swordfish in the city." (Season 6 episode The Soup) Jerry takes Kenny Bania back to Mendys after Banie gives him the dry cleaning ticket out of the pocket of the suit he buys from Kramer. Best pea soup in New York. (Season 6 episode The Secretary) Restaurant Tim Whatley mentions, offers to take Jerry there for giving him the Super Bowl tickets. (Season 6 episode The Label Maker)
    • The Old Mill Restaurant
      • Where Elaine stabs Alan in the forehead with a fork. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
    • O'Neal's
      • Restaurant where Jerry and Elaine have lunch with Kramer and his new girlfriend, the clothing designer and low-talker, and Jerry accidentally agrees to wear her new puffy pirate shirt during his Today Show appearance. (Season 5 episode The Puffy Shirt)
    • Pfeiffer's
      • Restaurant where Gail Cunninham works, where NBC president Russell Dalrymple eats pasta primavera that Elaine sneezed on, and gets sick. (Season 4 episode The Shoes)
    • Pollichelli's
      • Abandoned restaurant behind Jerry when he shows up outside the Ross residence with the marble rye. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
    • Poppie's
      • Restaurant where Jerry refuses to eat the pizza because the owner didn't wash his hands in the restroom. (Season 5 episode The Pie) Kramer and Poppie plan to go into business on Kramer's make your own pizza parlor. (Season 6 episode The Couch)
    • Reggie's
      • Diner that Kramer mentions, where his new full-figured girlfriend works. Later the gang goes there because George is uncomfortable going to Monk's after dating a waitress there. (Season 6 episode The Soup) George goes to Reggie's after his two social worlds collide when Elaine and Susan start hanging out. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy) Elaine and Kevin, the Bizarro Jerry, go to Reggie's. (Season 8 episode The Bizarro Jerry)
    • Scott's Restaurant
      • Restaurant in Florida where Jerry goes with his parents at 6 o'clock, missing the early bird special. (Season 7 episode The Cadillac)
  • Retirement Communities
    • Del Boca Vista
      • Jerry's parents' new retirement community after Morty gets impeached. (Season 7 episode The Shower Head)
    • The Pines of Mar Gables
      • Jerry's parents' retirement community in Florida. (Season 7 episode The Cadillac)
    • Queens Convalescent Center
      • Kramer and Frank visit the Maestro at the Queens Convalescent Center where he is performing with his orchestra. (Season 7 episode The Doll)
  • Schools-Military
    • Kenpo Karate
      • Dojo where Kramer fights children. (Season 8 episode The Foundation)
  • Schools-Performing Arts
    • McBierny School
      • Location of George's new girlfriend's piano recital, where Jerry puts a Tweety Bird Pez dispenser on Elaine's leg and she can't stop laughing. (Season 3 episode The Pez Dispenser)
  • 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)
  • Services-Other
    • Now We're Cooking
      • Food delivery service that Kramer signs up for, and they fax restaurant menus to him on Elaine's answering machine. (Season 9 episode The Maid)
    • Tri-State Wake-up Service
      • Elaine's wake up service. She goes out on a blind date with James, the guy that calls her to wake her up. (Season 7 episode The Wink)
  • Shopping Centers
    • Garden Valley Shopping Mall
      • Shopping mall where Jerry and George get arrested for urination. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
    • Gwon-Jaya River Market
      • Foreign market that J. Peterman mentions to George, where he discovered the Pamplona Beret. (Season 7 episode The Secret Code)
  • 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)
  • Sporting Goods Stores
    • Manhattan Sports
      • Athletic apparel store where George attempts to sell Jimmy's jumping shoes. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy)
    • Sports Wholesalers
      • Phone call George takes while attempting to sell Jimmy's jumping shoes. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy)
  • Sports Animals-Racehorses
    • Captain Nemo
      • Horse that Elaine bets on while visiting HorsetracK Betting. (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • Pappernick
      • Racehorse that loves the slop, sure thing Kramer overhears on the subway. His father was a mudder. His mother was a mudder. (Season 3 episode The Subway)
  • Sports Teams-Baseball
    • Friends O'Clyde
      • Jerry and George's comedy club softball team. (Season 2 episode The Pony Remark)
    • Improv
      • Softball team made up of comedians and their friends. Jerry pitches, George itches. (Season 6 episode The Understudy)
    • Rochelle Rochelle: The Musical (softball team)
      • Softball team made up of the cast and crew of Rochelle Rochelle: The Musical. (Season 6 episode The Understudy)
  • Sports Teams-Mascots
    • JFK High School Eagles
      • Jerry and George's high school mascot. (Season 3 episode The Library)
  • Steakhouses
    • Old Homestead Steakhouse
      • Restaurant where Jerry goes on his date with Elaine's cousin Holly, and only orders a salad. (Season 7 episode The Wink)
  • Stores-Other
    • The Jerk Store
      • George's co-worker Reilly zings him during a staff meeting: Hey George, the ocean called. They're running outta shrimp. George come up with the perfect comeback: Oh yeah? Well, the jerk store called. They're running out of you. (Season 8 episode The Comeback)
  • Talent Agencies
    • Specialty Models
      • Elsa Carlisle's company, the woman that gets George a job as a hand model. (Season 5 episode The Puffy Shirt)
  • Taxi Service
    • Latham Cab Co.
      • Cab Jerry and the gang take from the airfield into town in Latham, Massachusetts. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
  • Technology Companies
    • Pace Electronics
      • Electronics store that shares a bathroom with Rick Barr Properties, the real estate company where George works. (Season 2 episode The Revenge)
  • 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)
  • Tobacco Products
    • Morley Cigarettes
      • George smokes Morley Cigarettes trying to repel Susan in episode The Invitations.
  • Tours
    • The Real Peterman Reality Bus Tour
      • Kramer's 3 hour tour of the stories he sold to J. Peterman for his autobiography, featuring a pizza bagel and dessert - a bite size Three Musketeers bar. All for only $37.50. (Season 8 episode The Muffin Tops)
    • SightSeeing Tours
      • Tour service full of German tourists that Kramer decides to give them a show by fake mugging George outside their bus. (Season 6 episode The Doorman)
  • 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, also known as Ocho. (episode The Pothole)
  • Utility Companies-Cable
    • Plaza Cable
      • Cable company that Kramer avoids because they want to disconnect his illegal cable service. (Season 7 episode The Cadillac)

  • Vehicle Rental
    • AI International Rent A Car
      • Rental car company that Jerry and Elaine use. (Season 4 episode The Airport)
    • Worthy Rent-A-Car
      • Where Jerry rents a blue Ford Escort after his car is stolen. Car rental company that knows how to take the reservation, they just don't know how to hold the reservation. (Season 3 episode The Alternate Side)

  • 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)
  • Video Rental
    • Champagne Video
      • Video rental store where George goes to rent Breakfast at Tiffany's, sneaks a peek at the address of the customer that has it, and invites himself over to watch it with them. (Season 6 episode The Couch) Kramer rents The Other Side of Darkness. (Season 8 episode The Comeback)
  • Videos
    • Boxing
      • VHS videotape visible on Jerry's shelf when he's talking to Mr. Bookman. (Season 3 episode The Library)

    • Cartoons
      • VHS videotape visible on Jerry's shelf when he's talking to Mr. Bookman. (Season 3 episode The Library)

    • 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)

  • Waste Management
    • Hopkins Disposal
      • Dumpster Kramer and Newman are shown collecting cans for their Michigan deposit bottle scam. (Season 7 episode The Bottle Deposit)
  • 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)
  • Youth Camps
    • Camp Hatchapee
      • When George can't stop singing a song from Les Misérables, Jerry tells him that Schumann went mad from that, went crazy from one note. He's talking about the composer Robert Schumann, but George thinks he's talking about their friend Artie Schumann from Camp Hatchapee. (Season 2 episode The Jacket)
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