Season 9 Episode 3

The Serenity Now

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Oct 09, 1997 on NBC

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  • A Seinfeld Classic!

    This is one of my favorite episodes from Season 9! Is really cool! Frank Constanza begins a new business of selling computers and eventually begins shouting "Serenity Now!" every time he has too much pressure in himself. He invites George to join him, but he does not care, until he sees that the other employee, Lloyd, is winning at him, or at least he thinks. So George tries to sell computers to everyone he can. Elaine begins to be the object of attraction to Jews people, when a kid kisses her in a Bar-Mitzvah, and then his father, and that is because she is shiksa. Jerry is convince by his new girlfriend to let out his emotions and feelings and begins getting mad at almost everything, and that causes a leftout of feelings from depression to love of evertyhing, and eventually asks Elaine to marry him. Elaine does not answer and when she finally says yes, Jerry tells her that it is not going to happen. Kramer turns his home into a native USA house and begins to get bother by children, which eventually drive him carzy. Great episode, a classic of Seinfeld!