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Seinfeld - Season 4
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Seinfeld - Season 4

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Director: Jerry Seinfeld, Tom Cherones, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Cast: Jerry Seinfeld, Tom Cherones, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus

 
Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) and his friends George (Jason Alexander), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), and Kramer (Michael Richards) deal with further dilemma of modern living as Jerry and George try to turn their lives into a situation comedy, Kramer tries to replace some Cuban cigars after losing a box in a fire, Elaine lives to regret having Kramer take her Christmas card

Overview

Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) and his friends George (Jason Alexander), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), and Kramer (Michael Richards) deal with further dilemma of modern living as Jerry and George try to turn their lives into a situation comedy, Kramer tries to replace some Cuban cigars after losing a box in a fire, Elaine lives to regret having Kramer take her Christmas card portrait, and everyone attempts to prove they are "master of their domain" in this collection of classic episodes from the television series Seinfeld. Seinfeld: Season Four includes all 25 episodes from the show's 1992-1993 season.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The 22 episodes of the 1992-93 season collectively represent the indisputable creative high point of this much-beloved, innovative sitcom. This is the year that Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) and George (Jason Alexander) develop their abortive pilot for NBC, and their efforts to write and produce the show provide a subplot that lasts the entire season. Additionally, Season 4 features an unparalleled concentration of classic episodes, most of them more readily remembered for the one-liners or catchphrases they contain: "The Implant" ("They're real, and they're spectacular"), "The Outing" ("...not that there's anything wrong with that"), and above all, "The Contest" ("I am master of my domain"). Moreover, this is the assemblage that introduces us to the Bubble Boy, Marla the Virgin, Crazy Joe Davola, and George's fiancée Susan. The year comes to a hilarious close with "The Pilot" (originally an hour-long show split into two parts for syndication), which features cameos by many of the season's guest stars and ties up all the loose ends. Writer Larry David and director Tom Cherones really outdid themselves with this chunk of episodes; while Seinfeld had many, many memorable stanzas to come, no subsequent season achieved the level of consistent quality established with the '92-'93 cluster of shows.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/17/2005
UPC:
0043396097742
Original Release:
1993
Rating:
NR
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Time:
9:12:00
Sales rank:
7,171

Special Features

Closed Caption; "The Breakthrough Season," an in-depth behind-the-scenes look at the Emmy-winning season in which Seinfeld leapt from cult favorite to ratings sensation and officially became "a show about nothing"; Notes About Nothing: Behind-the-scenes scoop and production notes; "Inside Looks": The cast and creators talk about what was happening behind the scenes of certain episodes; In the Vault: Season four never-before-seen deleted scenes saved from the cutting room floor; Not That There's Anything Wrong With That: Never-before-seen outtakes and bloopers; Yada, Yada, Yada: Creator and cast audio commentaries; "Master of His Domain": See Jerry Seinfeld in exclusive, never-before-seen standup comedy footage; Sponsored by Vandelay Industries: Original NBC promotional ads and trailers; Featuring the original (1-2 minutes longer) NBC network versions, not seen since their original broadcast runs; And more

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Season Four is an awesome season of Seinfeld. It features some of the classic episodes such as the "Bubble Boy" episode. A must have for true Seinfeld fans!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Nothing compares with the 4th season of Seinfeld. This is the season the show peaked. If you plan to buy only one Seinfeld DVD set, this is the one to have.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I became hooked on Seinfeld because so much of what happened in my own life, particuarly in college seemed to me to resemble a Seinfeld Episode. It even went so far as to my friends and I start deciding who was what character. We had a friend who looked EXACTLY like George, another resembled Kramer. Season four continues to bring back some of tv's funniest Seinfeld moments. It's Seinfeld, if you're a fan, you have to have it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
"Seinfeld" may be the best contemporary sitcom so far, though - at times - I might give that title to "Everybody Loves Raymond." Regardless, it's bold, gutsy and uninhibited with a top-notch cast and innovative writers. There's simply been nothing else on TV remotely like it or likely to ever be again.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Seinfeld is something that I always look forward too at the end of the day to make me laugh, and it always does. The show is so funny because the show talks about things that happen in daily life in a funny way!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Some of the funniest episodes of the series are in this season. A show like this will come once every 50 years.
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