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Seinfeld TV Episodes to Avoid

Updated on March 24, 2010

Bad Seinfeld TV?

A few episodes of the the wildly popular Seinfeld TV series may not have been well received. Although the series are a whole has become legend, even the best ensemble cast in the history of television missed the mark now and then. Here are a few Seinfeld TV Episodes to Avoid.

Sherrif Without a Pun

Jerry moves to a small town in North Carolina where he takes a job as the house comic at the Bluebird Diner. He quickly becomes disillusioned when he learns that the restaurant closes at 9PM and nowhere in town can he order a bagel. Kramer finds himself shadowed by the deputy sheriff, who considers him a city slicker. Elaine and George share a chocolate malt at Walkers Drugstore.

Pork and Mindy

Jerry takes in a border whom he suspects to be an alien. The gang learns that he doesn't know how to order take-out, ride the subway, or identify Yankee Stadium. They eventually discover that he is from Pennsylvania. George and Elaine share a blintz at DaVinci's restaurant.

Unmarried... with no Children

Jerry continues to age and attempts to sign up for social security. However, since he was self-employed as a comedian his entire career and paid no income tax, he is obligated to move out of his expensive apartment. Without a family to care for him, he is left with no choice but to move into public housing where no one gets his observational humor. He takes a job selling women's shoes in a mall. George and Elaine share an Orange Julius at the food court.

Four's Company

Jerry, Elaine, Kramer, and George all become unemployed at the same time. They move in together in order to save money, but they must convince their landlord that they are married to each other. George and Elaine share a Diet Coke at the Regal Beagle.

Seinfeld 's Island

The Gang of Four goes on a three hour cruise with a tour group from Del Boca Vista. Their boat runs aground and everyone misses the Early-Bird Special. Kramer builds a radio from a palm tree but it only receives NPR. Larry David floats past on his yacht without noticing the signal fire. George and Elaine share a fruity drink from a coconut.

I Dream of Lanie

Kramer finds a bottle while swimming in the East River. A Jeannie grants his wish to become an astronaut. Jerry also joins the training program because the space station is the cleanest place he's ever seen. Elaine and George share a glass of Tang at Monk's Cafe.

Kosmo in the Middle

Kramer's family moves into the building. Jerry briefly dates Kramer's sister, but they break up when she continues to borrow his electric razor. Elaine and George share a shopping cart at Lucky's.

The Facts of Nothing

Elaine leave the publishing industry and takes a job as housemother at an all-girls boarding school in Peekskill, New York. Jerry finds work in the Poconos as an opening act for Alan King. Kramer and George share chocolate candies at Edna's Edibles.

Seinfeld TV : Conslusion

Let us know if you have seen any of these un-recommended Seinfeld TV episodes and, if possible, what your take was. Scan your collection of TV Guides for Seinfeld TV Episodes to Avoid. We anxiously await your input.


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    • nicomp profile image

      nicomp really 8 years ago from Ohio, USA

      I thought this was pretty funny. The keywords must be horrible.

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      Nemingha 8 years ago

      I have not seen any of these episodes, at least not that I can remember, but I have seen repeats of repeats of repeats of many others. Maybe after a poor reception in the US, Australian TV powers-that-be decided not to screen them!

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      OpinionDuck 8 years ago


      I will give you that they did accomplish including all of the characters, it was just not with the style of what made the show great.

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      nicomp really 8 years ago from Ohio, USA

      @OpinionDuck: I thought the final episode was genius. They left open the possibility of sequels, they included all the iconic characters, the played on the selfish nature of the characters and used it to bring them down... it was all in there. Oh Well, you are probably in the majority on that one.

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      OpinionDuck 8 years ago


      Didn't see any of these but they sound better than the final episode of Seinfeld.

    • nicomp profile image

      nicomp really 8 years ago from Ohio, USA

      Sorry. Forgot to add a comment module!


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