For UK viewers who missed the show first time round thanks to a lack of publicity and nightmare scheduling, now's the time to get acquainted with Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), George (Jason Alexander) and Kramer (Michael Richards). Or if you're already a dyed-in-the-wool fan, then here's your chance to catch your favourite episodes all over again!
To mark the occasion, Tube Talk is taking a look back at the show's nine-year run and picking - in no particular order - our ten most memorable moments!
Jerry's new jacket - from Season 2, Episode 3, 'The Jacket' (February 6, 1991)
A terrific sequence from an early Seinfeld - Jerry purchases an "expensive" suede jacket, which drives the neurotic George mad as he tries to guess how much it cost. But ultimately the coat meets an unfortunate end - it's badly damaged by the snow when Elaine's famous father Alton (Lawrence Tierney) forbids Jerry from turning it inside out and exposing the gaudy candy stripe lining.
An episode about nothing - from Season 2, Episode 11, 'The Chinese Restaurant' (May 23, 1991)
One of the classic episodes that gave Seinfeld the tag 'a show about nothing' - this Larry David / Seinfeld-penned instalment takes place entirely within the walls of a Chinese restaurant, as Jerry, George and Elaine wait for a table. Despite NBC's initial objections to this real-time 'bottle episode, 'The Chinese Restaurant' has gone on to be recognised as a classic - it's perfectly structured and boasts countless laugh-out-loud moments.
George's massage - from Season 3, Episode 1, 'The Note' (September 18, 1991)
Another classic episode - in the third season premiere, Jerry learns that, thanks to an insurance loophole, he and his friends can get a free massage. But George soon becomes unsettled when he has an unusual reaction - "'It moved" - to the touch of his tall, handsome male masseuse Raymond.
Bookman (Philip Baker Hall) investigates - from Season 3, Episode 5, 'The Library' (October 16, 1991)
One of the all-time great Seinfeld guest spots - Philip Baker Hall plays Mr. Bookman, a library investigations officer who investigates Jerry when it transpires that the comic has a fine on an unreturned library book from 1971. Hall is hilarious as the hard-bitten Bookman - a character inspired by the classic cop show Dragnet - "I got a flash for ya, joy boy!"
Where's the car? - from Season 3, Episode 6, 'The Parking Garage' (October 30, 1991)
Clearly inspired by the success of 'The Chinese Restaurant', this episode sees the gang searching for Kramer's elusive car in the multi-level parking garage of a shopping mall. After a string of comic incidents - including Jerry's brief arrest for public urination - the vehicle is finally located and the foursome prepare to drive away, only for the car to stall. The engine failure was an unscripted moment, but provides the perfect conclusion - clearly the comedy gods were smiling on 'The Parking Garage' .
You're a very, very bad man! - from Season 3, Episode 7, 'The Café' (November 6, 1991)
Another hysterical guest performance - Jerry tries to help struggling restauranteur Babu (the brilliant Brian George) save his business, transforming his 'Dream Café' into an authentic Pakistani eatery. Of course, Jerry's meddling only makes things worse - he loses his new friend a great deal of money and is condemned as "a very, very bad man".
Kramer's advice - from Season 3, Episode 9, 'The Nose Job' (November 20, 1991)
Perhaps the moment that best sums up Cosmo Kramer - George has a new girlfriend, Audrey, who's practically perfect, except for one flaw: her rather large nose. While the others struggle through social niceties, Kramer simply blurts out what he's thinking - Audrey needs a nose job. Ironically, it all turns out rather well for Jerry's eccentric neighbour, who ends up stealing Audrey away from George!
The magic loogie - from Season 3, Episode 17, 'The Boyfriend, Part 1' (February 12, 1992)
Jerry gets to meet his hero, former New York Mets baseball player Keith Hernandez, but things turn sour when Kramer and Jerry's nemesis Newman accuse Hernandez of spitting on them during a Mets game years before. Soon, Jerry sets out to prove his idol's innocence, in a terrific spoof of the 1991 conspiracy thriller JFK.
I'm out! - from Season 4, Episode 11, 'The Contest' (November 17, 1992)
Recognised by many as the best Seinfeld episode, 'The Contest' sees George, Jerry, Elaine and Kramer enter into a bet to determine who can go for the longest period of time without... pleasuring themselves. The undoubted highlight comes when a frustrated Kramer exits the contest, slamming his money down with two simple words, 'I'm out!'
No soup for you! - from Season 7, Episode 6, 'The Soup Nazi' (November 2, 1995)
The chief rival to 'The Contest' for the title of best ever episode, 'The Soup Nazi' is also warmly remembered by Seinfeld fans. Jerry, George and Elaine visit Kramer's favourite soup stand, run by the officious 'Soup Nazi'. The chef soon offends Elaine with his behaviour and she decides to take him down. Larry Thomas is fantastic as the Omar Sharif-esque Soup Nazi and was nominated for a 1996 Emmy for his guest performance.
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