"The Highlights of 100, Part 1" is the 14th episode of the sixth season of Seinfeld, and the 100th episode overall. This episode was written by Peter Mehlman and directed by Andy Ackerman; it first aired on February 2, 1995. This episode is an hour-long, two-part episode, with the second part being "The Highlights of 100, Part 2". It is a retrospective about the past 99 episodes.




  • "The Boyfriend" - George telling Jerry to answer the phone as "Vandelay Industries"
  • "Male Unbonding" - Kramer's idea for a pizza place where you make your own pie
  • "The Marine Biologist" - Elaine sharing the fake anecdote about Tolstoy's War and Peace
  • "The Stake Out" - George: "I'm an architect."
  • "The Chaperone" - Elaine's ill-fated job interview at Doubleday Publishing
  • "The Marine Biologist" - George: "You know that I always wanted to pretend I was an architect!"
  • "The Race" - George faking his life story about architecture
  • "The Opposite" - Kramer on Live with Regis and Kathie Lee promoting his coffee table book
  • "The Boyfriend" - Kramer unwittingly ruining George's "Vandelay Industries" scam
Season Six Episodes
The Chaperone | The Big Salad | The Pledge Drive | The Chinese Woman | The Couch | The Gymnast | The Soup | The Mom and Pop Store | The Secretary | The Race | The Switch | The Label Maker | The Scofflaw | The Highlights of 100, Part 1 | The Highlights of 100, Part 2 | The Beard | The Kiss Hello | The Doorman | The Jimmy | The Doodle | The Fusilli Jerry | The Diplomat's Club | The Face Painter | The Understudy