List of Seinfeld episodes

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

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

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

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired Nielsen ratings DVD release dates
Season premiere Season finale Rank Rating Viewers
(millions)
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 5 July 5, 1989 (1989-07-05) June 21, 1990 (1990-06-21) N/A N/A 19.26 November 23, 2004[9] November 1, 2004[10] October 13, 2004[11]
2 12 January 23, 1991 (1991-01-23) June 26, 1991 (1991-06-26) 18.07
3 23 September 18, 1991 (1991-09-18) May 6, 1992 (1992-05-06) #42 17.66 November 23, 2004[9] November 1, 2004[12] October 18, 2004[13]
4 24 August 12, 1992 (1992-08-12) May 20, 1993 (1993-05-20) #25 13.7 20.91 May 17, 2005[9] June 13, 2005[14] May 25, 2005[15]
5 22 September 16, 1993 (1993-09-16) May 19, 1994 (1994-05-19) #3 19.6 29.59 November 22, 2005[9] November 28, 2005[16] November 23, 2005[17]
6 24 June 22, 1994 (1994-06-22) May 11, 1995 (1995-05-11) #1 20.6 30.06 November 22, 2005[9] November 28, 2005[18] November 23, 2005[19]
7 24 September 21, 1995 (1995-09-21) May 16, 1996 (1996-05-16) #2 21.2 33.19 November 21, 2006[9] November 20, 2006[20] November 8, 2006[21]
8 22 September 19, 1996 (1996-09-19) May 15, 1997 (1997-05-15) #2 20.5 32.48 June 5, 2007[9] June 4, 2007[22] June 13, 2007[23]
9 24 September 25, 1997 (1997-09-25) May 14, 1998 (1998-05-14) #1 21.7 38.03
(32.15)[24]
November 6, 2007[9] November 19, 2007[25] October 24, 2007[26]

Episode list[edit]

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

Season 1 (1989–90)[edit]

Main article: Seinfeld (season 1)
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date[5] Production
code[27]
U.S.viewers
(in millions)
1 1 "The Seinfeld Chronicles" Art Wolff Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld July 5, 1989 101
N/A
2 2 "The Stake Out" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld May 31, 1990 103 22.5[28]
3 3 "The Robbery" Tom Cherones Matt Goldman June 7, 1990 104 19.7[29]
4 4 "Male Unbonding" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld June 14, 1990 102 19.1[30]
5 5 "The Stock Tip" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld June 21, 1990 105 19.4[31]

Season 2 (1991)[edit]

Main article: Seinfeld (season 2)
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date[5] Production
code[32]
U.S.viewers
(in millions)
6 1 "The Ex-Girlfriend" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld January 23, 1991 201 15.6[33]
7 2 "The Pony Remark" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld January 30, 1991 202 15.2[34]
8 3 "The Jacket" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld February 6, 1991 205 14.8[35]
9 4 "The Phone Message" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld February 13, 1991 207 13.6[36]
10 5 "The Apartment" Tom Cherones Peter Mehlman April 4, 1991 208 24.7[37]
11 6 "The Statue" Tom Cherones Larry Charles April 11, 1991 210 23.3[38]
12 7 "The Revenge" Tom Cherones Larry David April 18, 1991 212 19.6[39]
13 8 "The Heart Attack" Tom Cherones Larry Charles April 25, 1991 211 20.6[40]
14 9 "The Deal" Tom Cherones Larry David May 2, 1991 213 22.9[41]
15 10 "The Baby Shower" Tom Cherones Larry Charles May 16, 1991 204 17.2[42]
16 11 "The Chinese Restaurant" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld May 23, 1991 206 16.8[43]
17 12 "The Busboy" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld June 26, 1991 203 12.5[44]

Season 3 (1991–92)[edit]

Main article: Seinfeld (season 3)
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date[5] Production
code[45]
U.S.viewers
(in millions)
18 1 "The Note" Tom Cherones Larry David September 18, 1991 301 21.7[46]
19 2 "The Truth" David Steinberg Elaine Pope September 25, 1991 302 16.7[47]
20 3 "The Pen" Tom Cherones Larry David October 2, 1991 305 15.1[48]
21 4 "The Dog" Tom Cherones Larry David October 9, 1991 303 17.2[49]
22 5 "The Library" Joshua White Larry Charles October 16, 1991 304 16.4[50]
23 6 "The Parking Garage" Tom Cherones Larry David October 30, 1991 306 17.0[51]
24 7 "The Café" Tom Cherones Tom Leopold November 6, 1991 307 16.4[52]
25 8 "The Tape" David Steinberg Larry David and Bob Shaw & Don McEnery November 13, 1991 308 15.8[53]
26 9 "The Nose Job" Tom Cherones Peter Mehlman November 20, 1991 309 16.3[54]
27 10 "The Stranded"[55] Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld and Matt Goldman November 27, 1991 209 18.6[56]
28 11 "The Alternate Side" Tom Cherones Larry David and Bill Masters December 4, 1991 310 18.0[57]
29 12 "The Red Dot" Tom Cherones Larry David December 11, 1991 311 17.9[58]
30 13 "The Subway" Tom Cherones Larry Charles January 8, 1992 313 18.7[59]
31 14 "The Pez Dispenser" Tom Cherones Larry David January 15, 1992 314 19.2[60]
32 15 "The Suicide" Tom Cherones Tom Leopold January 29, 1992 312 16.9[61]
33 16 "The Fix-Up" Tom Cherones Elaine Pope & Larry Charles February 5, 1992 317 18.5[62]
34/35 17/18 "The Boyfriend"
"The New Friend"
Tom Cherones Larry David and Larry Levin February 12, 1992 315/316 17.0[63]
36 19 "The Limo" Tom Cherones Teleplay: Larry Charles
Story: Marc Jaffe
February 26, 1992 318 19.5[64]
37 20 "The Good Samaritan" Jason Alexander Peter Mehlman March 4, 1992 319 16.1[65]
38 21 "The Letter" Tom Cherones Larry David March 25, 1992 320 22.3[66]
39 22 "The Parking Space" Tom Cherones Larry David and Greg Daniels April 22, 1992 322 17.8[67]
40 23 "The Keys" Tom Cherones Larry Charles May 6, 1992 321 16.4[68]

Season 4 (1992–93)[edit]

Main article: Seinfeld (season 4)
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date[5] Production
code[45]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
41 1 "The Trip (Part 1)" Tom Cherones Larry Charles August 12, 1992 401 16.3[69]
42 2 "The Trip (Part 2)" Tom Cherones Larry Charles August 19, 1992 402 15.1[70]
43 3 "The Pitch" Tom Cherones Larry David September 16, 1992 403 17.6[71]
44 4 "The Ticket" Tom Cherones Larry David September 16, 1992 404 17.6[71]
45 5 "The Wallet" Tom Cherones Larry David September 23, 1992 405 17.6[72]
46 6 "The Watch" Tom Cherones Larry David September 30, 1992 406 15.2[73]
47 7 "The Bubble Boy" Tom Cherones Larry David & Larry Charles October 7, 1992 407 17.1[74]
48 8 "The Cheever Letters" Tom Cherones Teleplay: Larry David
Story: Larry David and Elaine Pope & Tom Leopold
October 28, 1992 408 15.1[75]
49 9 "The Opera" Tom Cherones Larry Charles November 4, 1992 409 16.7[76]
50 10 "The Virgin" Tom Cherones Teleplay: Peter Mehlman
Story: Peter Mehlman and Peter Farrelly & Bob Farrelly
November 11, 1992 410 16.2[77]
51 11 "The Contest" Tom Cherones Larry David November 18, 1992 411 18.5[78]
52 12 "The Airport" Tom Cherones Larry Charles November 25, 1992 412 14.5[79]
53 13 "The Pick" Tom Cherones Teleplay: Larry David
Story: Larry David and Marc Jaffe
December 16, 1992 413 16.2[80]
54 14 "The Movie" Tom Cherones Steve Skrovan & Bill Masters & Jon Hayman January 6, 1993 415 17.6[81]
55 15 "The Visa" Tom Cherones Peter Mehlman January 27, 1993 414 11.5[82]
56 16 "The Shoes" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld February 4, 1993 417 26.9[83]
57 17 "The Outing" Tom Cherones Larry Charles February 11, 1993 416 28.0[84]
58 18 "The Old Man" Tom Cherones Teleplay: Larry Charles
Story: Bruce Kirschbaum
February 18, 1993 418 22.7[85]
59 19 "The Implant" Tom Cherones Peter Mehlman February 25, 1993 419 27.4[86]
60 20 "The Junior Mint" Tom Cherones Andy Robin March 18, 1993 421 26.4[87]
61 21 "The Smelly Car" Tom Cherones Larry David & Peter Mehlman April 15, 1993 422 25.0[88]
62 22 "The Handicap Spot" Tom Cherones Larry David May 13, 1993 420 27.6[89]
63/64 23/24 "The Pilot" Tom Cherones Larry David May 20, 1993 423/424 32.8[90]

Season 5 (1993–94)[edit]

Main article: Seinfeld (season 5)
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date[5] Production
code[45]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
65 1 "The Mango" Tom Cherones Teleplay: Lawrence H. Levy and Larry David
Story: Lawrence H. Levy
September 16, 1993 501 28.2[92]
66 2 "The Puffy Shirt" Tom Cherones Larry David September 23, 1993 503 29.5[93]
67 3 "The Glasses" Tom Cherones Tom Gammill & Max Pross September 30, 1993 502 28.7[94]
68 4 "The Sniffing Accountant" Tom Cherones Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld October 7, 1993 504 28.4[95]
69 5 "The Bris" Tom Cherones Larry Charles October 14, 1993 505 28.7[96]
70 6 "The Lip Reader" Tom Cherones Carol Leifer October 28, 1993 506 31.0[97]
71 7 "The Non-Fat Yogurt" Tom Cherones Larry David November 4, 1993 508 31.1[98]
72 8 "The Barber" Tom Cherones Andy Robin November 11, 1993 507 29.7[99]
73 9 "The Masseuse" Tom Cherones Peter Mehlman November 18, 1993 509 27.7[100]
74 10 "The Cigar Store Indian" Tom Cherones Tom Gammill & Max Pross December 9, 1993 510 29.6[101]
75 11 "The Conversion" Tom Cherones Bruce Kirschbaum December 16, 1993 511 28.3[102]
76 12 "The Stall" Tom Cherones Larry Charles January 6, 1994 512 35.0[103]
77 13 "The Dinner Party" Tom Cherones Larry David February 3, 1994 514 33.0[104]
78 14 "The Marine Biologist" Tom Cherones Ron Hauge & Charlie Rubin February 10, 1994 513 35.0[105]
79 15 "The Pie" Tom Cherones Tom Gammill & Max Pross February 17, 1994 515
N/A
80 16 "The Stand-In" Tom Cherones Larry David February 24, 1994 516 25.4[106]
81 17 "The Wife" Tom Cherones Peter Mehlman March 17, 1994 517 30.7[107]
82/83 18/19 "The Raincoats" Tom Cherones Tom Gammill & Max Pross and Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld April 28, 1994 519/520 29.6[108]
84 20 "The Fire" Tom Cherones Larry Charles May 5, 1994 518 27.6[109]
85 21 "The Hamptons" Tom Cherones Peter Mehlman & Carol Leifer May 12, 1994 522 24.5[110]
86 22 "The Opposite" Tom Cherones Andy Cowan and Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld May 19, 1994 521 30.1[111]

Season 6 (1994–95)[edit]

Main article: Seinfeld (season 6)
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date[5] Production
code[45]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
87 1 "The Chaperone" Andy Ackerman Larry David and Bill Masters & Bob Shaw September 22, 1994 601 32.8[112]
88 2 "The Big Salad" Andy Ackerman Larry David September 29, 1994 602 32.4[113]
89 3 "The Pledge Drive" Andy Ackerman Tom Gammill & Max Pross October 6, 1994 603 29.8[114]
90 4 "The Chinese Woman" Andy Ackerman Peter Mehlman October 13, 1994 604 29.2[115]
91 5 "The Couch" Andy Ackerman Larry David October 27, 1994 605 28.0[116]
92 6 "The Gymnast" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer November 3, 1994 606 30.6[117]
93 7 "The Soup" Andy Ackerman Fred Stoller November 10, 1994 608 29.6[118]
94 8 "The Mom & Pop Store" Andy Ackerman Tom Gammill & Max Pross November 17, 1994 607 32.4[119]
95 9 "The Secretary" David Owen Trainor Carol Leifer & Marjorie Gross December 8, 1994 609 29.7[120]
96 10 "The Race" Andy Ackerman Teleplay: Tom Gammill & Max Pross and Larry David
Story: Tom Gammill & Max Pross and Larry David & Sam Kass
December 15, 1994 612 26.8[121]
97 11 "The Switch" Andy Ackerman Bruce Kirschbaum and Sam Kass January 5, 1995 610 36.6[122]
98 12 "The Label Maker" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer January 19, 1995 611 36.2[123]
99 13 "The Scofflaw" Andy Ackerman Peter Mehlman January 26, 1995 613 33.4[124]
100/101 14/15 "The Highlights of 100" Andy Ackerman Peter Mehlman February 2, 1995 623/624 34.0[125]
102 16 "The Beard" Andy Ackerman Carol Leifer February 9, 1995 615 32.9[126]
103 17 "The Kiss Hello" Andy Ackerman Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld February 16, 1995 614 33.4[127]
104 18 "The Doorman" Andy Ackerman Tom Gammill & Max Pross February 23, 1995 616 33.4[128]
105 19 "The Jimmy" Andy Ackerman Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin March 16, 1995 617 31.1[129]
106 20 "The Doodle" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer April 6, 1995 618 30.7[130]
107 21 "The Fusilli Jerry" Andy Ackerman Teleplay: Marjorie Gross
Story: Marjorie Gross & Jonathan Gross and Ron Hauge & Charlie Rubin
April 27, 1995 619 28.2[131]
108 22 "The Diplomat's Club" Andy Ackerman Tom Gammill & Max Pross May 4, 1995 620 28.9[132]
109 23 "The Face Painter" Andy Ackerman Teleplay: Larry David
Story: Larry David and Fred Stoller
May 11, 1995 622 26.5[133]
110 24 "The Understudy" Andy Ackerman Marjorie Gross & Carol Leifer May 18, 1995 621 29.8[134]

Season 7 (1995–96)[edit]

Main article: Seinfeld (season 7)
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date[5] Production
code[45]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
111 1 "The Engagement" Andy Ackerman Larry David September 21, 1995 701 37.6[135]
112 2 "The Postponement" Andy Ackerman Larry David September 28, 1995 702 34.5[136]
113 3 "The Maestro" Andy Ackerman Larry David October 5, 1995 703 34.6[137]
114 4 "The Wink" Andy Ackerman Tom Gammill & Max Pross October 12, 1995 704 32.3[138]
115 5 "The Hot Tub" Andy Ackerman Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin October 19, 1995 705 32.6[139]
116 6 "The Soup Nazi" Andy Ackerman Spike Feresten November 2, 1995 706 33.1[140]
117 7 "The Secret Code" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer November 9, 1995 707 33.9[141]
118 8 "The Pool Guy" Andy Ackerman David Mandel November 16, 1995 708 33.4[142]
119 9 "The Sponge" Andy Ackerman Peter Mehlman December 7, 1995 709 32.3[143]
120 10 "The Gum" Andy Ackerman Tom Gammill & Max Pross December 14, 1995 710 31.4[144]
121 11 "The Rye" Andy Ackerman Carol Leifer January 4, 1996 711 35.1[145]
122 12 "The Caddy" Andy Ackerman Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin January 25, 1996 712 32.0[146]
123 13 "The Seven" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer February 1, 1996 713 37.1[147]
124/125 14/15 "The Cadillac" Andy Ackerman Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld February 8, 1996 714/717 35.9[148]
126 16 "The Shower Head" Andy Ackerman Peter Mehlman & Marjorie Gross February 15, 1996 715 32.3[149]
127 17 "The Doll" Andy Ackerman Tom Gammill & Max Pross February 22, 1996 716 32.9[150]
128 18 "The Friars Club" Andy Ackerman David Mandel March 7, 1996 718 32.7[151]
129 19 "The Wig Master" Andy Ackerman Spike Feresten April 4, 1996 719 30.5[152]
130 20 "The Calzone" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer April 25, 1996 720 28.5[153]
131/132 21/22 "The Bottle Deposit" Andy Ackerman Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin May 2, 1996 721/722 32.4[154]
133 23 "The Wait Out" Andy Ackerman Teleplay: Peter Mehlman
Story: Peter Mehlman & Matt Selman
May 9, 1996 723 29.9[155]
134 24 "The Invitations" Andy Ackerman Larry David May 16, 1996 724 33.2[156]

Season 8 (1996–97)[edit]

Main article: Seinfeld (season 8)
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date[5] Production
code[45]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
135 1 "The Foundation" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer September 19, 1996 801 33.7[157]
136 2 "The Soul Mate" Andy Ackerman Peter Mehlman September 26, 1996 802 33.2[158]
137 3 "The Bizarro Jerry" Andy Ackerman David Mandel October 3, 1996 803 31.6[159]
138 4 "The Little Kicks" Andy Ackerman Spike Feresten October 10, 1996 804 32.2[160]
139 5 "The Package" Andy Ackerman Jennifer Crittenden October 17, 1996 805 30.1[161]
140 6 "The Fatigues" Andy Ackerman Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin October 31, 1996 806 30.3[162]
141 7 "The Checks" Andy Ackerman Steve O'Donnell and Tom Gammill & Max Pross November 7, 1996 807 32.0[163]
142 8 "The Chicken Roaster" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer November 14, 1996 808 34.1[164]
143 9 "The Abstinence" Andy Ackerman Steve Koren November 21, 1996 809 34.4[165]
144 10 "The Andrea Doria" Andy Ackerman Spike Feresten December 19, 1996 810
N/A
145 11 "The Little Jerry" Andy Ackerman Jennifer Crittenden January 9, 1997 811 34.5[166]
146 12 "The Money" Andy Ackerman Peter Mehlman January 16, 1997 813 37.3[167]
147 13 "The Comeback" David Owen Trainor Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin January 30, 1997 812 33.5[168]
148 14 "The Van Buren Boys" Andy Ackerman Darin Henry February 6, 1997 814 33.8[169]
149 15 "The Susie" Andy Ackerman David Mandel February 13, 1997 815 32.0[170]
150 16 "The Pothole" Andy Ackerman Steve O'Donnell and Dan O'Keefe February 20, 1997 816 33.8[171]
151 17 "The English Patient" Andy Ackerman Steve Koren March 13, 1997 817 31.3[172]
152 18 "The Nap" Andy Ackerman Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin April 10, 1997 818
N/A
153 19 "The Yada Yada" Andy Ackerman Peter Mehlman and Jill Franklyn April 24, 1997 819 31.6[173]
154 20 "The Millennium" Andy Ackerman Jennifer Crittenden May 1, 1997 820 29.3[174]
155 21 "The Muffin Tops" Andy Ackerman Spike Feresten May 8, 1997 821 31.1[175]
156 22 "The Summer of George" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer May 15, 1997 822 29.8[176]

Season 9 (1997–98)[edit]

Main article: Seinfeld (season 9)
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date[5] Production
code[45]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
157 1 "The Butter Shave" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer & David Mandel September 25, 1997 901 37.8[177]
158 2 "The Voice" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer & David Mandel October 2, 1997 902 30.9[178]
159 3 "The Serenity Now" Andy Ackerman Steve Koren October 9, 1997 903 30.2[179]
160 4 "The Blood" Andy Ackerman Dan O'Keefe October 16, 1997 904 31.5[180]
161 5 "The Junk Mail" Andy Ackerman Spike Feresten October 30, 1997 905 30.2[181]
162 6 "The Merv Griffin Show" Andy Ackerman Bruce Eric Kaplan November 6, 1997 906 31.6[182]
163 7 "The Slicer" Andy Ackerman Teleplay: Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin
Story: Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin & Darin Henry
November 13, 1997 907 32.8[183]
164 8 "The Betrayal" Andy Ackerman David Mandel & Peter Mehlman November 20, 1997 908 34.0[184]
165 9 "The Apology" Andy Ackerman Jennifer Crittenden December 11, 1997 909 30.5[185]
166 10 "The Strike" Andy Ackerman Dan O'Keefe and Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer December 18, 1997 910 30.8[186]
167 11 "The Dealership" Andy Ackerman Steve Koren January 8, 1998 911 32.9[187]
168 12 "The Reverse Peephole" Andy Ackerman Spike Feresten January 15, 1998 912 33.5[188]
169 13 "The Cartoon" Andy Ackerman Bruce Eric Kaplan January 29, 1998 913 33.2[189]
170 14 "The Strong Box" Andy Ackerman Teleplay: Dan O'Keefe
Story: Dan O'Keefe & Billy Kimball
February 5, 1998 914 31.6[190]
171 15 "The Wizard" Andy Ackerman Steve Lookner February 26, 1998 915 30.5[191]
172 16 "The Burning" Andy Ackerman Jennifer Crittenden March 19, 1998 916 30.9[192]
173 17 "The Bookstore" Andy Ackerman Teleplay: Spike Feresten
Story: Spike Feresten and Darin Henry & Marc Jaffe
April 9, 1998 917 29.6[193]
174 18 "The Frogger" Andy Ackerman Teleplay: Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin
Story: Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin and Steve Koren & Dan O'Keefe
April 23, 1998 918 30.7[194]
175 19 "The Maid" Andy Ackerman Teleplay: Alec Berg & David Mandel & Jeff Schaffer
Story: Alec Berg & David Mandel & Jeff Schaffer and Kit Boss & Peter Mehlman
April 30, 1998 919 33.3[195]
176 20 "The Puerto Rican Day" Andy Ackerman Alec Berg, Jennifer Crittenden, Spike Feresten, Bruce Eric Kaplan,
Gregg Kavet, Steve Koren, David Mandel, Dan O'Keefe, Andy Robin, Jeff Schaffer
May 7, 1998 920 38.8[196]
177/178 21/22 "The Chronicle"
"The Clip Show"
Andy Ackerman Darin Henry May 14, 1998 921/922 58.5[197]
179/180 23/24 "The Finale" Andy Ackerman Larry David May 14, 1998 923/924 76.3[197]

Unmade episode[edit]

Written by: Larry Charles

References and notes[edit]

General sources

Specific sources and notes

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