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All 23 episodes from the third season of the award-winning US comedy series. In 'The Note', Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) asks his dentist friend to write a note - which later becomes the subject of a fraud investigation. In 'The Truth', George (Jason Alexander) hopes his girlfriend, who works for the IRS, can sort out Jerry's tax worries. In 'The Pen', Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) regrets going along with Jerry to visit his parents in Florida. In 'The Dog', Jerry ends up looking after a wayward dog for a fellow airline passenger. In 'The Library', Jerry gets in trouble at the library for a book he took out in 1971 and never returned. In 'The Parking Garage', Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer (Michael Richards) are trying to find their car in a huge multi-storey parking garage. In 'The Café', Jerry makes a suggestion to help a local restaurant drum up a bit more business. In 'The Tape', George is getting excited about a new Chinese cure for baldness. In 'The Nose Job', Kramer tells George's new girlfriend that she has a big nose, and she decides to have a nose job. In 'The Stranded', Jerry and Elaine get stuck at a party when George goes off with an attractive co-worker. In 'The Alternate Side', Jerry's car is stolen, and Kramer gets a line in a Woody Allen film. In 'The Red Dot', Jerry unwittingly causes Elaine's boyfriend to fall off the wagon. In 'The Subway', everyone has their own unusual experience while travelling on the subway. In 'The Pez Dispenser', Jerry makes Elaine laugh during a piano recital by George' girlfriend. In 'The Suicide', Jerry's neighbour attempts suicide - and his girlfriend hits on Jerry when he goes to visit him in hospital. A faulty condom causes problems in 'The Fix-Up'. In 'The Boyfriend (1)', Jerry wants to make a good impression when he meets Keith Hernandez - but Keith is more interested in Elaine. In 'The Boyfriend (2)', Elaine goes off Keith when she realises he is a smoker. In 'The Limo', Jerry and George 'borrow' someone else's limo. In 'The Good Samaritan', Jerry tracks down a hit-and-run driver - and asks her out on a date. In 'The Letter', Jerry finds out that his new girlfriend plagiarised the sentiments she wrote him in a letter. In 'The Parking Space', Jerry's car starts making a strange noise after Elaine borrowed it. Finally, in 'The Keys', Jerry takes his spare key back from Kramer after finding him too invasive.
Seinfeld is widely regarded as one of the finest examples of American sitcoms, and this long-delayed box set goes a long way in demonstrating why. From the first episode of the first season, it hit the ground running with its collection of oddball New Yorkers: Theres stand-up comedian Jerry Seinfeld, who plays himself; Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), his pushy ex-girlfriend; his neurotic loser of a best friend George (Jason Alexander); and Jerrys wacky neighbour Kramer (Michael Richards).
Co-written and co-created by Seinfeld and Larry David (who later went on to plumb greater depths of misanthropy with Curb Your Enthusiasm), it revolutionised American sitcoms with its cynical and mature comedy, and its ability to find comic gems in the most mundane situations (one classic episode is set entirely in a mall car-park). Seinfeld was, as all involved frequently admitted, a show about nothing. But this extras-laden collection--which features extensive cast and creator commentaries, deleted scenes, trivia tracks, outtakes, interviews and more--is most definitely something. --Ted Kord
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The greatest stride forward in Season 3 was in the ability of the crew to create stories that involved all four of the main cast, often on divergent paths that then converged in unexpected ways. For instance, in the episode "The Suicide," the team begins by being split in two halves. Jerry flirts with his next door neighbor's sexy European girlfriend, prompting a fight and the neighbor attempting to overdose on pills. Kramer needs his vacuum cleaner back from the neighbor, and he maintains a vigil over the man while he's in a coma, accompanied by downstairs tenant Newman (Wayne Knight, appearing for the first time). Jerry is afraid Newman will rat him out for the affair, and so he sticks to the pair like glue.
Meanwhile, George is planning a trip to the Bahamas, and Elaine is fasting while waiting to be tested for an ulcer. When she takes George to a psychic, the pregnant soothsayer warns him away from his vacation, but Elaine's testy outbursts get the two thrown out before George can find out why. George then accompanies Elaine to the hospital, discovering that the psychic is there giving birth. Jerry and Kramer are also there, and the various story lines become hopelessly entangled. Tying them all together? Drake's Coffee Cakes! The convolutions are nearly imperceptible, the comedy moves at a lightning pace.Read more ›
There are some truly excellent episodes here with The Cafe, The Nose Job, The Red Dot, The Subway and The Limo and especially The Fix Up being pure comedy gold. however in all the episodes the characters are brilliant and george (on the brink of constant desperation) and kramer (the nicest goofball) really stand out. jerry is more of a constant and whilst not as extreme as kramer/george - is still funny. elaine provides female perspective and balance and certainly keeps the men on their toes (eg the Tape).
the show generally has an undercurrent of unpleasantness which is so refreshing when compared with the dreadful sentimentality of the sitcoms so often in the uk. this is also a cause for much of the humour.
the episodes are always amusing. some will have you rolling with laughter (eg Kramers honesty to one of georges girlfriends...the pez dispenser in the piano recital). some whilst not being laugh out loud funny are very clever and will put a smile on your face. there is rarely a moment when you are sittng there being critical of what you are watching. this is apart from the episode The Pen which is just not funny. Discs 2, 3 and 4 tend to have the greatest quality of episodes.
there are 22 episodes on here and lots of decent extras too. we see the original person that the character of kramer is based on and there are some nice epithets from the cast on the commentaries (e.g. the Subway).
The show is so popular in the states and ran for 180 episodes. having spoken to friends here they fall into 2 camps of love it or loathe it.Read more ›
Classics include 'The Pen' where Jerry and Elaine visit Jerry's parents and meet the infamous Jack Clumpus, 'The Cafe' where Jerry meets Ba Bu Bot the owner of a deserted cafe, 'The Parking Garage' where the group forgets where they parked their car and 'The Library' where Jerry in informed he forgot to return a book he took out from a library in 1971.
This is the series where we get better acquainted with Seinfeld's parents, Morty and Helen, who are a bit off the wall. The best episode on this with them has to be when Jack offers Seinfeld the pen, it's so funny, especially Elaine's outburst. Other good episodes here include the Subway, where Seinfeld becomes friends with a nudist and George's encounter with a call-girl. I also enjoyed the parking garage, with Seinfeld and co not finding their car. The funniest line has to be when George says "we're living in a society" - cracks me up.
Other great episodes include the note, where Seinfeld is grappling to find out what he wrote after a dream; the library with that funny library cop, Bookman who's like the FedEx guy (remember those ads?) and the nose job where Kramer opens his big mouth.
As I said before, this is one of the finest seasons made, it's really funny, and clever, but at the same time really entertaining. Again the supporting cast make this work, like Wayne Knight as grumpy postie Newman, and the bookie Mike, who's a "phoney" according to Seinfeld. The lines are memorable and George is just crazy. Kramer (Michael Richards) gets better in this series too and becomes a big favourite of the live audience.
These DVDs are not bad, apparently they're downscaled HD material, still in their 4:3 cut. The menus are fun, and easy to use with plenty of extras like deleted scenes, inside looks and a lot more. I learnt a lot about the show through these extras and have been fascinating.Read more ›
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Not as great as made out to be comedy critics, but still has some fine moments.Published 9 months ago by Mr. Gerald J. Lister
Fantastic, I forgot how good this was, we are watching it second time round with our kids, and enjoying every minute. Great stuff.Published 12 months ago by Mand