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 #322 Rei Goldberg gets her own cable pilot and wants to help out with the cleaning. She starts working out in the gym. But after losing her cool, she decides to helm the program with her old boss Mr. Pitt, who sees fit to end her employment. Meanwhile, Jerry agrees to visit a boy who lives in a plastic bubble enclosed room due to an autoimmune disease.
Seinfeld Episode #185 George tells his girlfriend Patrice the truth about why he ended their relationship; as a result, she checks herself into the Woodhaven mental institution. Jerry finds out that since his mother gave his father inaccurate notes, Jerry should expect to be admitted. Elaine works with a germaphobe named Jerry who hits on actress Vivian. George goes after her without repercussions. On Elaine's birthday, Jerry steals a Steinbrenner doll from Vivian's closet and keeps her under strict guard. Later, he discovers that the doll is actually a reproduction of a Claude Chaster figure. George is desperate to get his father to give his birthday to Monday, which is accented by a "y". Kramer tells Puddy about his encounter with Jerry in the video store. George is eager to get his father's birthday just before he goes to the video store.
Seinfeld Episode #189 A mechanic steals Jerry's car. Elaine tries to win J. Peterman JFK's presidential golf clubs at an auction.
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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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