Jerry finally goes to the bank to cash checks that his grandmother gave to him for his birthday. The checks bounce, causing a big hassle for his grandmother. Jerry volunteers to host a PBS fundraiser and George gets a Yankee player, Danny Tartabull, to attend the fundraiser. Meanwhile, Jerry thinks that one of Elaine's friends hit on him even though she is in a relationship and Elaine sets out to find out if she did or not.
Season 6 Episode 3 of Seinfeld resulted in a 0.00 rating in the 18-49 demographic.
A show about nothing, or is it? Seinfeld revolves around the everyday lives of four single New Yorkers. Jerry Seinfeld is a comedian who's next door neighbor, Cosmo Kramer, is a professional moocher, the brains behind several get-rich-quick schemes, and is over at Jerry's apartment more than his own. Elaine Benes is Jerry's ex-girlfriend who he remains good friends with. George Costanza is a short, stalky, bald man, who for most of his life, lived with his parents.
Seinfeld, said to be a show about nothing, was actually about a lot. It showcased the lives of four friends who would discuss their lives as they ate at their favorite cafe, Monk's. Seinfeld will go down in history as the show that revolutionized TV.