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|"The Highlights of 100, Part 1"|
|Air Date||February 2, 1995|
|← The Scofflaw · The Highlights of 100, Part 2 →|
"The Highlights of 100, Part 1" is the 14th episode of the sixth season of Seinfeld, and the 100th episode overall. This episode was written by Peter Mehlman and directed by Andy Ackerman; it first aired on February 2, 1995. This episode is an hour-long, two-part episode, with the second part being "The Highlights of 100, Part 2". It is a retrospective about the past 99 episodes.
- "The Pitch"/"The Ticket" - Jerry and George discussing the merits of a "show about nothing"
- "The Red Dot" - Kramer noticing the dot on Elaine's sweater
- "The Parking Garage" - The gang trying to remember where their car is parked
- "The Contest" - Kramer declaring "I'm out"
- "The Pez Dispenser" - Elaine laughing at the Pez dispenser during the piano recital
- "The Chinese Restaurant" - Jerry, Elaine, and George placing their reservation
- "The Red Dot" - Mr. Lippman firing George from Pendant Publishing
- "The Stranded" - Elaine: "Maybe the dingo ate your baby."
- "The Fire" - Kramer telling the harrowing tale of his mission to rescue his girlfriend's severed toe
- "The Wallet" - Morty Seinfeld yelling about his stolen wallet
- "The Wife" - Uncle Leo meeting Jerry at the dry cleaners
- "The Raincoats" - Morty and Helen confronting Jerry about making out during Schindler's List
- "The Sniffing Accountant" - Frank Costanza teaching George about bra sizes
- "The Contest" - George visiting Estelle in the hospital
- "The Old Man" - Newman explaining why the job of a postal worker is so stressful
- "Male Unbonding" - Elaine and Jerry deciding where to go out
- "The Pen" - Jerry reluctantly taking Jack Klompus' astronaut pen
- "The Puffy Shirt" - Kramer revealing the puffy shirt to Jerry
- "The Alternate Side" - Jerry explaining the difference between taking and holding a reservation
- "The Pitch/The Ticket" - Jerry and George pitching the "Jerry" pilot to NBC
- "The Limo"
- "The Hamptons"
- "The Truth"
- "The Stand-In"
- "The Smelly Car"
- "The Secretary"
- "The Label Maker"
- "The Masseuse"
- "The Fix-Up" - Jerry setting George up with Cynthia/Elaine setting Cynthia up with George
- "The Dog"/ "The Busboy" - Kramer breaking up with his girlfriend/Elaine hurriedly packing for the guy she hates (these two segments are interwoven)
- "The Lip Reader" - George claiming creation of "It's not you; it's me"
- "The Boyfriend" - Elaine on a date with Keith Hernandez
- "The Ex-Girlfriend" - Marlene breaking up with Jerry
- "The Junior Mint" - Jerry trying to guess "Mulva's" name
- "The Cheever Letters" - Sandra leaving Jerry's apartment after the panty remark
- "The Implant" - Sidra leaving Jerry's apartment ("By the way, they're real...and they're spectacular.")
- "The Deal" - Jerry and Elaine laying down "the rules"/Jerry giving George the details
- "The Boyfriend" - George telling Jerry to answer the phone as "Vandelay Industries"
- "Male Unbonding" - Kramer's idea for a pizza place where you make your own pie
- "The Marine Biologist" - Elaine sharing the fake anecdote about Tolstoy's War and Peace
- "The Stake Out" - George: "I'm an architect."
- "The Chaperone" - Elaine's ill-fated job interview at Doubleday Publishing
- "The Marine Biologist" - George: "You know that I always wanted to pretend I was an architect!"
- "The Race" - George faking his life story about architecture
- "The Opposite" - Kramer on Live with Regis and Kathie Lee promoting his coffee table book
- "The Boyfriend" - Kramer unwittingly ruining George's "Vandelay Industries" scam