Just brilliant, quirky takes on the seemingly mundane events of daily life. The 'Seinfeld' finale was the third-highest rated series-ender ever, topped only by those of 'Cheers' and 'M*A*S*H.'Season 8, Episode 1September 19, 1996Susan's parents act to preserve her memory; Kramer gives Elaine a confidence boost after Peterman puts her in charge. "The Seinfeld Chronicles"Laura is a professor of political science at Michigan State University.After being awarded tenure, Laura has a panic attack about how she is wasting her life in East Lansing, when what she really wants to do is write pop-history books about America's First Ladies.A great deal of Seinfeld's former girlfriends became TV journeywomen, finding a continuous stream of acting work — you might know the face, but not the name.
Throw in schmoopie, Kramer buddying up with the Soup Nazi and explaining his side of the story and a very nice armoire and you have an episode that’s more than just Elaine getting thrown out of the shop for dilly-dallying and Jerry choosing the soup over his girlfriend. The sea was angry that day, my friends, like an old man trying to return soup in a deli.
Season 8, Episode 3October 3, 1996Elaine hangs out with men who are opposites of Jerry, George and Kramer; Kramer stumbles into a white-collar job; Jerry finds a flaw in Elaine's beautiful friend.
Season 8, Episode 4October 10, 1996Elaine's staff loses respect for her after seeing her dance; George benefits socially when Elaine labels him a "bad seed"; Kramer's friend forces Jerry into crime.
For nine years, the show "Seinfeld" followed a fictional version of the comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his psychopathic friends Elaine, George, and Kramer as Jerry dated a string of women and wondered what the deal was with various things."Seinfeld" is considered one of the best shows of all time.
But would it have been even better if it were told from the perspective of the normal women whom Jerry terrorized?