Jerry calls Sally and the message he leaves on her answering machine appears in her show as well. Kramer decides to live in the shower. George returns the call from the Rosses; the Foundation is having an event this weekend, but George can't attend, he has to close on his house in the Hamptons. Elaine doesn't like Joe's parties, because he always gives his guests an assignment. Gwen thinks Jerry is two-timing her with an ugly woman. Discovering that the editor didn't understand the cartoon either, he liked the kitty.
George tries to coordinate the movement of Frogger machine. After George leaves and comes back, George suspects a mechanic of stealing the candy bar. The foursome goes into town and debates about if they are going to get back on the plane. Jerry drops out of the gift, when he finds out that Joe Mayo didn't like the music he provided at last year's party. On the highway they run into trouble with a maroon Volkswagen Golf. Jerry decides to go wallet-less. Kramer was never in the gift, he just thought it was a good idea for a gift, he doesn't even know Joe Mayo.
Kramer uses the van to launch his anti-postal campaign. The prosecution begins to call their witnesses and each will do more to break down the characters of the foursome. The judge, Arthur Vandelay, begins the trial. Kramer spots a way out if Jerry can worm his way over to the right. After exiting her apartment, he sees a man whom he fears is the serial killer and pleads to be let back in. Release Date: 1997-11-06 After Kramer finds the set of the old Merv Griffin Show in a dumpster, he begins to treat his entire life like a talk show. Release Date: 1998-04-23 Elaine is confronted with cake from two separate birthday celebrations.
Wallet-less Jerry must carry all his girlfriend's stuff, when they go out on their date. Elaine has to find a way to deal with a new co-worker, whose 'sidling' is both annoying and potentially dangerous to her job. Elaine tries to even out Peterman's slice of cake, but gets swept up in the moment and finishes it off. To avoid the serial killer, he takes Lisi back to his place where she finishes one of his thoughts that takes their relationship to the next level. Newman, reading the cannibalism themed story Alive! Elaine wants Puddy back, but is rejected by him. The guard assumes they are going to be prosecuted since this is the first offense of this kind in the country. Jerry spots Cindy walking down the street and tries to pay her but gets busted by the police.
Further testimony is given by the bubble boy. He gets lost downtown and calls on Jerry for help. The only available power source is across the busy street and Kramer has run out of caution tape. Kramer warns Elaine about the sabotage he committed; the bagel place becomes very steamy and makes Elaine look ugly. Elaine and later Kramer comments that George's new girlfriend looks a lot like Jerry. They're going to fax him menus for all the restaurants for the next year.
George is also reminded of the Festivus holiday his father created many years ago. She leads a group of people on an escape route underneath a reviewing stand ala The Poseidon Adventure. When Elaine's boyfriend says they are an interracial couple, she is convinced he is black. Elaine and her boyfriend discover that each is not the race they thought the other was. Kramer picks up on the showmanship idea and really plays up his gonorrhea part. Jerry's apartment is seen, but no one is home. He has a one-year contract with Play Now that he will make sure they honor by him showing up for work every day.
Frankie reminds him of the childhood dream they had where they got a van a toured the country. George takes a large book into the bathroom with him. Kramer returns from visiting his girlfriend and reports the oddities he saw there. Jackie Chiles is called in for their defense. Jerry is looking to breakup with Lisi, but discovers that she lives in Riverside Park area.
The gang tries to communicate while sitting at Monk's counter. First, the arresting officer is called to the stand, followed by the victim. Kramer makes an important life decision, the only way to keep his mouth shut, is to stop talking. Jerry and George are walking down the street and they run into Nina and old girlfriend of Jerry's whom he never slept with. At the pizza parlor, George discovers he still has the high score on the old Frogger video game.
Release Date: 1998-02-05 George tries to break up with his girlfriend, Maura, only she doesn't agree. Kramer spots an apartment for sale and poses as H. George's cousin is into their relationship; however, George schemes to have his parents catch him making out with her. Elaine pays ups and they decided on a double or nothing bet. The man who runs the cockfights. With water still in his ear, Kramer tries to get it out mid-flight. They remove the old door and Kramer takes it with him.
Jerry tells Claire about the voice and she leaves him. Kramer tells Elaine he is having a fax sent to her apartment, only Elaine informs him that she doesn't have a fax machine. Elaine discovers that Glenn is, in fact, married. Despite Elaine's come-ons, Newman won't give up the coat, he has given it to the landlord's wife. George manages to keep up his bluff until he tries to take on some old-timers. Kramer bricks up his mailbox, but that doesn't stop his mail from being delivered. Kramer goes to the post office to permanently cancel his mail.