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Season Three of Seinfeld ran from September 1991 to May 1992 and was composed of of 23 episodes.

This is the first season to feature the iconic Seinfeld logo, whose colors would change every season onwards. The original logo features a blue "Seinfeld" over a yellow oval.

EpisodesEdit

# Title Directed By
Written By
Air Date
18 Episode "The Note" Tom Cherones
Larry David
Sept. 18, 1991
Jerry, George, and Elaine get free massage therapy; after a session with a masseur, George questions his sexuality.
19 Episode "The Truth" David Steinberg
Elaine Pope
Sept. 25, 1991
George tells his ex-girlfriend the truth about why he ended their relationship; as a result, she checks herself into a mental institution. While Kramer is dating Elaine's roommate, Kramer sees Elaine naked.
20 Episode "The Pen" Tom Cherones
Larry David
Oct. 2, 1991
Jerry and Elaine fly to Florida to visit Jerry's parents. While there, Jerry has a scuba accident and Elaine suffers an uncomfortable night on their couch.
21 Episode "The Dog" Tom Cherones
Larry David
Oct. 9, 1991
Jerry gets stuck watching a disobedient dog; meanwhile, George and Elaine realize they don't have a lot in common without Jerry around.
22 Episode "The Library" Joshua White
Larry Charles
Oct. 16, 1991
Jerry and George recall their high school years when Jerry learns that a library book he checked out in 1971 is overdue.
23 Episode "The Parking Garage" Tom Cherones
Larry David
Oct. 30, 1991
Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer get lost in a mall parking garage after shopping for an air conditioner.
24 Episode "The Cafe" Tom Cherones
Tom Leopold
Nov. 6, 1991
Jerry offers his patronage to an empty restaurant and convinces the owner to re-style his menu and decor. Elaine takes an IQ test for George.
25 Episode "The Tape" David Steinberg
Larry David & Bob Shaw & Don McEnery
Nov. 13, 1991
George orders a baldness remedy from China. Elaine anonymously leaves an erotic message on Jerry's tape recorder.
26 Episode "The Nose Job" Tom Cherones
Peter Mehlman
Nov. 20, 1991
Kramer encourages George's new girlfriend to get a rhinoplasty. Jerry is conflicted about his relationship with an actress whom he finds beautiful but with whom he has nothing in common.
27 Episode "The Stranded" Tom Cherones
Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld
Nov. 27, 1991
George strands Jerry and Elaine at a party, leaving them to wait for a very tardy Kramer.
28 Episode "The Alternate Side" Tom Cherones
Larry David & Bill Masters
Dec. 4, 1991
George takes a job moving cars from side of the street to the other. Elaine cares for her 66-year-old boyfriend. Kramer gets a line in a Woody Allen film, popularizing the expression, "These pretzels are making me thirsty!"
29 Episode "The Red Dot" Tom Cherones
Larry David
Dec. 11, 1991
Elaine gets George a job at a publishing company; to repay her, he buys her an ostensibly expensive cashmere sweater that has a minor flaw. Jerry inadvertently reintroduces Elaine's boyfriend, a recovering alcoholic, to liquor.
30 Episode "The Subway" Tom Cherones
Larry Charles
Jan. 8, 1992
Each of the four principal characters has a unique experience during a subway ride. Jerry befriends an overweight nudist, George meets an enchanting woman and misses a job interview, Kramer gets a horse racing tip, and Elaine misses a lesbian wedding she was to attend.
31 Episode "The Pez Dispenser" Tom Cherones
Larry David
Jan. 15, 1992
Jerry's Pez dispenser causes Elaine to laugh loudly at a piano recital given by George's girlfriend. Kramer creates a cologne that smells of the beach.
32 Episode "The Suicide" Tom Cherones
Tom Leopold
Jan. 29, 1992
After a neighbor attempts suicide, Jerry visits him at the hospital and becomes attracted to the man's girlfriend. Elaine, having been ordered to fast three days prior to an X-ray, develops a ravenous appetite.
33 Episode "The Parking Space" Tom Cherones
Larry David & Greg Daniels
Feb. 4, 1992
George and another driver quarrel over a parking space, leading to an all-night faceoff during which sundry neighborhood residents express their views on parking etiquette.
34 Episode "The Fix-Up" Tom Cherones
Larry Charles & Elaine Pope
Feb. 5, 1992
Jerry and Elaine set George up on a blind date with Elaine's friend Cynthia. Kramer fears that a condom may have been ineffective.
35 Episode "The Boyfriend, Part 1" Tom Cherones
Larry David & Larry Levin
Feb. 12, 1992
Jerry befriends Keith Hernandez after he meets the latter at the health club. Kramer recounts an incident in which Newman and he were spat on during a New York Mets game.
36 Episode "The Boyfriend, Part 2" Tom Cherones
Larry David & Larry Levin
Feb. 12, 1992
Jerry becomes jealous when Keith Hernandez begins dating Elaine. George comes up with a scheme to collect unemployment. The spitting incident is revisited, and a "second spitter" theory, à la Kennedy assassination is discussed.
37 Episode "The Limo" Tom Cherones
Larry Charles
Feb. 26, 1992
Jerry and George board a limousine intended for other passengers. They invite Kramer and Elaine to join them but later learn that the intended riders were neo-Nazis, for whom they have been mistaken.
38 Episode "The Good Samaritan" Jason Alexander
Peter Mehlman
March 4, 1992
Jerry trails a hit-and-run driver but is attracted to her and begins dating her; he later learns her victim was a longtime quarry and dates the latter as well. Kramer begins having seizures whenever he hears Mary Hart's voice.
39 Episode "The Letter" Tom Cherones
Larry David
March 25, 1992
Jerry learns that his new artist friend, from whom George has been forced to buy a painting, plagiarized a letter to keep him from breaking up with her. Elaine refuses to remove her Baltimore Orioles cap during a New York Yankees game.
40 Episode "The Keys" Tom Cherones
Larry Charles
May 6, 1992
Becoming annoyed at Kramer's invasions of privacy, Jerry takes away his spare key. Kramer, shaken, decides to leave for California to pursue an acting career. As George, Elaine, and Jerry exchange spare key privileges, Jerry and George learn that Elaine is secretly writing a Murphy Brown script; Kramer, later, is hired to play Brown's secretary.

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