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Seinfeld - Season 4
Seinfeld - Season 4
Actors: Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander, Wayne Knight
Director: Tom Cherones
Genres: Comedy, Television
2005     9hr 12min

Relive your favorite Seinfeld moments like never before in this 4-disc set with all 24 episodes from the fourth season remastered in high definition for the best possible picture and sound quality! With approximately 13 ho...  more »

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Actors: Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander, Wayne Knight
Director: Tom Cherones
Creators: Jerry Seinfeld, Andy Robin, Bill Masters, Bobby Farrelly, Bruce Kirschbaum, Elaine Pope, Jon Hayman
Genres: Comedy, Television
Sub-Genres: Farrelly Brothers, Comedy
Studio: National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Closed-captioned,Dubbed,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 05/17/2005
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1993
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 9hr 12min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 4
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 7
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
Languages: Spanish, English, French, Spanish
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese

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Tim Janson | Michigan | 04/08/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'm not one of those Seinfeld fans who saw a big decline in the show as the season's came and went. I loved the final couple of seasons just as much as any. Only the first season, where they were still working with the formula to get it right, was a bit weak. That said, if I was on a desert Island and could have only one season of Seinfeld to own and watch, it would be season four. It not only had many great episodes but it had many that would go down as classics, not only of Seinfeld, but all-time sit-com classics.

There are so many great episodes from season four but here are my favorites:

"The Wallet" & "The Watch" this was a two-parter as Jerry's parents come to town so Morty can see a back specialist. Morty is up in arms when he thinks his wallet is stolen in the doctor's office. Meanwhile Unlce Leo finds a watch that Jerry threw in the trash, a watch his parents gave him and Jerry tries to buy it back.

"The Bubble Boy" Jerry, Elaine, George and Susan are going up to Susan's father's cabin. They are asked to see a local fan named "the bubble boy" who lives in a plastic bubble ala John Travolta in the movie. George gets there first and plays a game of Trivial Pursuit with the bubble boy and they get into a fight. Kramer accidently burns down the cabin. One of the all-time great episodes!

"The Contest" Maybe the greatest episode ever...George is caught pleasuring himself by his mother who throws out her back and lands in the hospital. George, jerry, Kramer and Elaine all bet to see who can go the longest without doing...that...Later appearing on David On the Letterman show, Julia Louis-Dreyfus said that the network censors would not allow them to say "masturbation".

"The Pick" Kramer takes a picture of Elaine for her Christmas card. After she sends the picture out to everyone, including her nephew, they notice that her nipple was exposed! Jerry's girlfriend thinks she caught him picking her nose.

"The Visa" Kramer punches Mickey Mantle at a baseball fantasy camp, Babu's visa expires and he is deported. Kramer's explanation of the fight with Mantle is the highlight.

"The Outing" this would feature one of the all-time great Seinfeld lines "Not that there is anything wrong with that" when a college newspaper reporter mistakenly thinks jerry and George are a gay couple.

"The Implant" Jerry dumps his girlfriend (Terry hatcher) when Elaine tells him that her breasts are fake. Kramer thinks he sees Salman Rushdie the author, in a sauna and George gets into a fight at his girlfriend's Aunt's funeral because he 'double-dipped' a chip.

"The Junior Mint" Jerry can't remember the name of his girlfriend, only that it rhymes with the word for a female body part. Jerry and Kramer watch an operation and accidently toss a junior mint into the surgical opening.

"The Smelly Car" a Valet parker leaves a strong body odor in Jerry's car. Jerry tries everything to get the smell out and eventually gives the car away.

"The Pilot" George & Jerry's show is greenlighted to have a pilot produced and they interview prosective "kramers, Georges, and Elaines". Elaine finds Morty's wallet...missing since that early episode, in Jerry's Couch.

This season really had it all. I would have to say that there really was not one bad episode in the entire season. This group of talented actors was on their game all season and took the sitcom to incedible heights. There simply has been nothing since that has come close to matching Seinfeld's brilliance.

Schuyler V. Johnson | Lake Worth, FL USA | 04/06/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Just for the Junior Mint episode alone, but the contest to see who can go the longest without, you know, is fabulous. I LOVE George's mother; how I love seeing her in her hospital bed, berating him for yet another transgression, (What is it with you; who are you; I don't know you any more!") and George's reaction to his mother's next door neighbor-patient when she gets a spongebath is hilarious (and in another show, a young guy gets a spongebath, equally hilarious), and of course, the Trip...IMHO, George's parents are one of the best aspects of this fantastiuc show; I enjoy Jerry's parents also, his father at the doctor's office when he is fillling out the patient information form and gets to the STD part is a riot; he says "That's it! They got my name and my phone number; that's it!" And later in the room where he waits for the doctor when he thinks someone stole his wallet...well, you just have to see it. I was so upset when Seinfeld went off the air, but now I can watch these classics over and over and over again whenever I want and it really doesn't get any better than that. And the peripheral characters are so good you want them to be a regular part of the show; e.g, the grumpy old man Jerry volunteered to take care of; the Rabbi in Elaine's building; George Steinbrenner; Tim Whatley, the weird dentist; Elaine's roommate; and my favorite of all, Jimmy...Jimmy's DOWN; Jimmy's got a compound fracture! Thank God for DVD!"
Very well done
T. Jones | 05/22/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Sony has done a very good job of putting these dvd's together. I have heard bad things about the way sony does their dvd's but this one is very nice. I don't want to repeat what has been said a million times but this show is very funny. I also like the "easter eggs" that are on these dvd's. One of my favorites show a clip of Kramer and Paul from 'Mad about you' talking about how Kramer got his apartment. To see it go to "Extras" move the stain down to "The Virgin" and press the right arrow a triangle will appear and press enter. There are more but I am sure people will find them, they are easy. I can't wait for season 5!"