To create new plots for the TV show Seinfeld, had our AI program analyze over 150 episodes. It then automatically generated the new episodes below:
Seinfeld Episode #498 Jerry takes a nap under his desk as a hotel employee covers her nose for him. Kramer, working under the name Kramerica Industries, is hired to install low flow shower heads. Jerry begins to feel his luck run in his side when a maintenance man notices him urinating in the shower by himself. George gets a new job at Elaine's restaurant and gets involved with the soup Nazi, cleaning the stalls during the stand up comedy.
Seinfeld Episode #471 George is fascinated to learn that, while he initially thought he was in a crush on Miss Rhode Island, he actually is not a fan. Rumors begin to spread around the neighborhood that the 'perfect suit' for president was designed by Rhode Islander Clompus. George decides to attend the awards instead, and has his own set of problems arise. Meanwhile, his parents are coming for a visit and George thinks he is on his own as to when to visit.
Seinfeld Episode #397 Kramer has taken to making small statues of celebrities out of dried pasta. It's up until now however, that Jerry's friend Joey has made one of Jerry's friends into a statue by putting dried pasta on the statue. Joey gets the hang of it though and Jerry's friend Morty gets the show off by making the statue of Jerry's friend face down. Elaine meanwhile is worried about her voice actor leaving the project and wanting to avoid being fired.
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Show History: Seinfeld was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld as a comedy show mostly about nothing. It ran on NBC from 1989 to 1998, starring Jerry Seinfeld as a fictionalized version of himself (he was already a successful comedian), and focused on his personal life in New York City with a group of friends: George Costanza (Jason Alexander), Elaine Benes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), and Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards). It is considered to be one of the best and most influential television shows of all time.
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