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The Finale is the twenty-third and twenty-fourth episode of the ninth season of Seinfeld, and the one hundred seventy-ninth and one hundred eightieth episodes overall.
Guest Starring: Ian Abercrombie (Mr. Pitt), Stanley Anderson (Judge Vandelay), Frances Bay (Mrs. Choate), Peter Blood (Jay Crespi), David Byrd (Pharmacist), Tony Carlin (Co-Worker), Steve Carlson (Captain Maddox), Melanie Chartoff (Robin), Brian Doyle-Murray (Mel Sanger), David Dunard (Guard), Donna Evans (Woman), Geoffrey C. Ewing (Bailiff), Richard Fancy (Lippman), Warren Frost (Mr. Ross), Brian George (Babu), Philip Baker Hall (Bookman), Teri Hatcher (Sidra), John Hayman (Bubble Boy), Richard Herd (Wilhelm), Keith Hernandez (Himself), Steve Hytner (Bania), Carlos Jacott (Pool Guy), Scott Jaeck (Officer Vogel), Wendle Josepher (Susie), Robert Katims (Mr. Deensfrei), Scott Klace (Guard), Jane Leeves (Marla), Len Lesser (Uncle Leo), Bruce Mahler (Rabbi), Wendel Meldrum (Low-Talker) Phil Morris (Jackie Chiles), Sheree North (Babs), John O'Hurley (J. Peterman), Ed O'Ross (Det. Blake), Kevin Page (Stu Chermak), James Pickens, Jr. (Det. Hudson), John Pinette (Howie), Victor Raider-Wexler (Dr. Wexler), James Rebhorn (D.A. Hoyt), Peter Riegert (Kimbrough), Geraldo Rivera (Himself), McNally Sagal (Carol), Miguel Sandoval (Marcelino), Reni Santoni (Poppy), Gay Thomas (O'Neal), Larry Thomas (Soup Nazi), Myra Turley (Foreman), Patrick Warburton (David Puddy), Danny Woodburn (Mickey), Grace Zabriskie (Mrs. Ross)
The gang travels to Boston, and upon seeing a fat guy being robbed, laughs at the situation rather than help him. They're arrested for violating a Good Samaritan law and put on trial, and while Jackie Childs defends them, the prosecutor manages to line up a host of people who were wronged by them over the years, who now want to finally see them get their comeuppance.