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    bobgotbagels

    [1]Aug 26, 2006
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    I got this idea from another forum create episodes for season 10. Its pretty cool and fun once you get the hang of it. It goes like this.

    Episode  10x1

    The Return

    After the gang returns from jail a year later after being sentenced to a year in prison. They begin their regular lives again. Jerry soon finds out his apartment has been bought by none other then Newman. Infuiated by Newman Jerry seeks revenge by making Newman lose his job. Meanwhile Elaine and George adjust being back to work and Kramer explores NYC to see if anything is new and ends up becoming hooked to a new Sunglasses store. Eventually Jerry gets his apartment back.

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    Gjm130

    [2]Aug 26, 2006
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    [This message was deleted at the request of the original poster]
    Edited on 08/26/2006 4:08pm
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    Gjm130

    [3]Aug 26, 2006
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    The Forgotten When George finds out his parents had divorced the day after the year long sentence was settled, he gets a psychiatrist because he claims he is the result of his parents ending up together. Jerry finds out he's forgotten by everyone in the appartement building and in the family, except for one Newman! Elaine and Kramer find out their dentists are fake.
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    bobgotbagels

    [4]Aug 26, 2006
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    10x3

    The Notepad

    Elaine becomes extremly annoyed at work when one of her co workers has a hello kitty notepad. In fact she ends up yelling at the women because of it. Meanwhile Kramer and Newman decide to go to a Mets game and root for the other team and end up getting mugged for it. And Jerry and George both have the same date on the same night which leads to problems.

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    jimbo_001

    [5]Aug 27, 2006
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    The Comeback

    Realising that his jailtime affected his comedy act, with fewer people coming to his acts since the comedian was once imprisoned, Jerry decides to come up with a plan and has George do comedy that Jerry wrote and later reveal that it was Jerry's act, reminding people how funny Seinfeld is, despite the fact he's an ex-con. However on the night, George chickens out and Jerry has to put his trust in Kramer to do the act but Kramer is more interested in showing the audience his new rap skills (or lack thereof).Meanwhile, Elaine discovers that having been in prison is a turn-on to some guys and decides to test her theory.

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    Darth_Stewie

    [6]Aug 28, 2006
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    And all those ideas proves that jerry was right the end the show. LOL

    p.s. im not trying to ruin it for you, i was just kidding.
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    TFunke

    [7]Sep 2, 2006
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    10x5 - The DejaVu

    Jerry runs into Keith Hernandez one day, who is now providing color commentary for the New York Mets. He gives Jerry four tickets to a game in the press box. Jerry takes Elaine, Kramer, and George, but Elaine refuses to take off her Baltimore Oriole cap, and Keith has her thrown out. After the game, George notices some nachos in a garbage can, and begins to eat them, but Wilhelm sees this. Wilhelm tells Steinbrenner that George is now a bum, and Steinbrenner out of pity rehires George with the Yankees. Meanwhile Kramer and Newman take a long trip to St. Louis, MO, where a recycling center pays 10c for every aluminum can.
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    202949

    [8]Sep 16, 2006
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    10x5-The Divorce & Marrige

    After realizing they've had Deja Vu, the gang tries new things. New food, new restaraunts, everything but friends.
    Rember the Engaged woman from "Good News, Bad News"? She just got divorced after a 10 year marrage and calls Jerry to get married. Jerry says yes, but because he's half asleep, he doesn't know what he's saying. When it's wedding day, Jerry freaks out, and does something rational. Meanwhile, at hearing of Jerry's egagenmeant, Elaine looks for someone to get married to....
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    babubhatt

    [9]Sep 17, 2006
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    The polygamists

    George joins a polygamist society to meet women, but regrets his decision when he sees and gets to know the women he's been set up with.  Meanwhile, Kramer also tags along for fun, but ends up having a much better time, which agitates George.  George asks Kramer to help him break up with his group of girls, but Kramer's brutal honesty turns George's girlfriends into an angry mob. 

    In the meantime, Jerry gets some unwelcome visits from some of the friends he made while in prison.  Jerry gets more than he bargained for when his buddies are back to their old tricks and want Jerry involved.  When he sees that their target turns out to be an unsuspecting Newman, Jerry decides that one mugging is alright.  At the same time, Elaine meets these guys and somehow gets involved in her own little game of polygamy, but the role reversal has some unwanted side effects (each guy constantly wants to get in Elaine's pants, and it's really exhausting). 

    At the end of the show, George's girlfriends, fresh off taking care of george in a nearby alley, run into Elaine's ex-con boyfriends (+ Jerry), fresh off robbing Newman.  the two groups hit it off, with each guy pairing up with each girl and head for Monks.  As Jerry leaves with the group, he gives an apologetic look over at a beaten up George, and then changes to a satisfied smile as he looks at a beaten up Newman.  Both George and Newman let out a Newman-style "JERRY!"  - closing credits.

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    babubhatt

    [10]Sep 21, 2006
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    cmon, that's gold!!!
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    Darth_Stewie

    [12]Oct 9, 2006
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    babubhatt wrote:

    The polygamists

    George joins a polygamist society to meet women, but regrets his decision when he sees and gets to know the women he's been set up with. Meanwhile, Kramer also tags along for fun, but ends up having a much better time, which agitates George. George asks Kramer to help him break up with his group of girls, but Kramer's brutal honesty turns George's girlfriends into an angry mob.

    In the meantime, Jerry gets some unwelcome visits from some of the friends he made while in prison. Jerry gets more than he bargained for when his buddies are back to their old tricks and want Jerry involved. When he sees that their target turns out to be an unsuspecting Newman, Jerry decides that one mugging is alright. At the same time, Elaine meets these guys and somehow gets involved in her own little game of polygamy, but the role reversal has some unwanted side effects (each guy constantly wants to get in Elaine's pants, and it's really exhausting).

    At the end of the show, George's girlfriends, fresh off taking care of george in a nearby alley, run into Elaine's ex-con boyfriends (+ Jerry), fresh off robbing Newman. the two groups hit it off, with each guy pairing up with each girl and head for Monks. As Jerry leaves with the group, he gives an apologetic look over at a beaten up George, and then changes to a satisfied smile as he looks at a beaten up Newman. Both George and Newman let out a Newman-style "JERRY!" - closing credits.



    Not bad, I liked it. I´ll think of one myself
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    GankGaGankGank

    [13]Oct 9, 2006
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    For the first episode of season ten:  Jerry is leaving the police department and sees Tim Watley being arrested on the way out, and finds out it's because of what he did to patients while they were under.
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    babubhatt

    [14]Oct 17, 2006
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    The Bus Ride:

    Mother Costanza is bed-ridden with a terrible case of the flu, forcing Frank to fend for himself.  Frank, who is used to Estelle doing everything around the house, decides rather than taking care of Estelle, cooking, cleaning, etc...it would just be better to move into a hotel for a while and order George to take care of Estelle.

    George brings along Kramer and Jerry to help ease the pressure of George-Estelle one on one.  When they get there, Estelle is as smothering lying on her back as she is standing up.  Of course, as true friends as they are, Jerry and Kramer bail on George to catch the last few innings of the Mets game.  Hilarity ensues as George does a real half-assed job of taking care of his mother, leaving Estelle helpless and whiny.

    After the Met game, on the busride back to the apartment, Kramer and Jerry get to meet some of their fellow New Yorkers.  Kramer seems to be all too willing to make some new friends, but Jerry's a little more hesitant.  Jerry sits there baffled, as Kramer has the time of his life on the bus, much to the chagrin of the inexplicably spiteful and resentful bus driver.  Kramer begins riding the bus to Shea Stadium just to "hang out" with his buddies. 

    Meanwhile, Elaine gets a job as an advice columnist for the New York Times.  For her first piece, Elaine answer's a man named Herb who is thinking of quitting his office job and working Wall Street.  Elaine, who is having trouble writing the piece, gets some help from Kramer, who tells her to encourage the move, saying "It's win-win".  Of course, Kramer isn't thinking it all through and unfortunately, the guy fails miserably and that leads to a heated confrontation between the guy's family and Elaine.  By the end of the day, Elaine's once again out of a job and she's looking for Kramer.

    On Kramer's latest bus ride, he sees a new passenger, the down-on-his luck Herb who Elaine gave the bad advice.  After some friendly chit chat with the man, Kramer focuses his attention on the strip club coming at the next stop.  Kramer and his buddies decide to enjoy some afternoon nudity.  They invite Herb to come along, to which he replies "sorry, guys but i'm actually on my way to a job interview..."  To which Kramer replies "c'mon, it's win-win" - freeze frame, closing credits

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    Drewchic

    [15]Oct 28, 2006
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    I have an episode and its called The Dream Sequence.

    The episode opens with Jerry lying in bed and watching tv (with who he calls his 'brand-new dream girl',Christina) and him and Christina argue which version of The Office is better:the American version or the British version. Jerry says that the American version is better mainly because he hates Ricky Gervais,and Christina disagrees with him,and they break up that night.

    Meanwhile,George is trying to show Elaine that he truly can imitate that famous orgasm scene from When Harry Met Sally. And,Kramer's dealing with Bob Sacamano's obsession with sushi and pepperoni pizza and apple pie.

    After Christine dumps Jerry,Jerry goes to bed the next night,and he has a bizarre dream where Susan is alive (and has never died) and where Susan bonks Jerry on the head with a book after a disagreement over which Brady Bunch reunion is the best.

    Then,Kramer comes into Jerry's dream,and in the dream,Kramer has his old job at H & H Bagels where he is deeply respected by everybody except Elaine who always calls him 'Bagel Boy Jr.' and one day,Kramer kills Elaine and her funeral is shown and at the funeral,Mr.Pitt and J.Peterman and Babu Bhatt are all shown,mourning Elaine's death.

    Jerry suddenly wakes up and he realizes that Elaine never really died,and that Susan is dead,as usual,and by the end,everything is happy and normal,and there is actually a shot of The Brady Bunch squares with the foursome and five other people and the episode is over.

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    Macheteshadows

    [17]Nov 12, 2006
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    The Prison

    this episode is about the gang's days in the prison. Kramer is the prison snitch after he foiled an escape plot by another convict (accidentally of course). Elaine dates this prisoner but little does she know that he's gay and in love with Jerry instead.

    George's plot however is he is complaining about the food in the cafeteria saying that he wants to "see the actual colors".

    Jerry's situation is hiding from the other convicts because of his crappy act in the finale. the he has a visitor.. the visitor is Newman! wanting to rub the jail sentence in Jerry's face.
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    Drewchic

    [18]Nov 16, 2006
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    Macheteshadows wrote:
    The Prison

    this episode is about the gang's days in the prison. Kramer is the prison snitch after he foiled an escape plot by another convict (accidentally of course). Elaine dates this prisoner but little does she know that he's gay and in love with Jerry instead.

    George's plot however is he is complaining about the food in the cafeteria saying that he wants to "see the actual colors".

    Jerry's situation is hiding from the other convicts because of his crappy act in the finale. the he has a visitor.. the visitor is Newman! wanting to rub the jail sentence in Jerry's face.
    Great twist ending! And,that gay subplot sounds funny,too!
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    Dmluciano

    [19]Nov 16, 2006
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    Here is a episode

    Barber Shop
    Jerry gives his Apartment back and for the First time ever kicks Newman out. Jerry goes to get his hair cut and Newman works there. Meanwhile George forgets to take medication hes on that his nurse recommed. George drinks Soap and tries to get the ladies. Kramer and Eline both can't stand the Barber Shop owner that Jerry keeps complaining about. Kramer puts Gasoline in the comb. He hopes that The barber will put it in someones hair and he puts Georges small medication pills in Jerries hair. Jerry tells what happned and hes fired. Jerry is finally talked into ny Kramer to let Newman back in
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    Darth_Stewie

    [20]Nov 17, 2006
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    Drewchic wrote:
    Macheteshadows wrote:
    The Prison

    this episode is about the gang's days in the prison. Kramer is the prison snitch after he foiled an escape plot by another convict (accidentally of course). Elaine dates this prisoner but little does she know that he's gay and in love with Jerry instead.

    George's plot however is he is complaining about the food in the cafeteria saying that he wants to "see the actual colors".

    Jerry's situation is hiding from the other convicts because of his crappy act in the finale. the he has a visitor.. the visitor is Newman! wanting to rub the jail sentence in Jerry's face.
    Great twist ending! And,that gay subplot sounds funny,too!


    The gay subplot would be funny, but couldn´t happen, ´cause I´m guessing Elaine is in a women´s prison, thats probably why she wasn´t in the last scene, did´t u notice that?. And Kramer´s plot, just like south park would say, simpson already did it, lol. Hey but sorry for criticizing that much, it´s a great idea though.
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