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Jerry becomes upset when Puddy uses a maneuver in the bedroom on Elaine that he taught him.Kramer, who mistakenly receives the vanity license plates of a proctologist, makes a small likeness of Jerry out of fusilli pasta.It was 30 years ago, July 5, 1989, that Seinfeld premiered on network television.After somewhat of a slow start, the "show about nothing" picked up steam and became one of the the greatest sitcoms in the history of television.Elaine, meanwhile, has a thing for a video store employee with whom she shares the same taste in movies.As Kramer and his little-person friend Mickey can't decide between two women to date and Jerry is offended that suave dentist Tim Whatley has converted to Judaism for the jokes, George dates a woman (Suzanne Cryer) with a penchant for skipping over details to shorten stories by saying "yada, yada, yada." It starts becoming annoying to George, who wants the full story.While Jerry is trying to cater to an insecure faux tennis instructor who sold him an expensive racket, George is determined to zing a co-worker with what he thinks is the perfect comeback.After his retort backfires, George opts for a suggestion that Kramer offered, which essentially makes matters worse but is still hilarious.
Jerry is forced into a rematch of a school race in which he beat a boyhood nemesis Duncan Meyer, who believes Jerry got a head start — which was the case.which, eventually, becomes a problem for Frank Costanza.This is our introduction to Festivus," a holiday concocted by Frank Costanza that features an aluminum pole, the "feats of strengths" and "airing of grievances." The fake holiday has become part of sitcom lore and apparently is actually celebrated by die-hard fans of the show.We're also introduced to "Denim Vest," and the Human Fund, and we come to learn that Kramer has been on strike for 12 years from his job in a bagel store.While at the coffee shop, George, Jerry and Elaine notice a woman at the next booth is eavesdropping.
Unable to understand her soft voice during a dinner with the couple, Jerry inadvertently agrees to wear her "puffy shirt," like a pirate would sport, on "The Today Show" to promote a benefit.