Seinfeld - by 1994 was getting bigger every season, and this was no exception. This is one of the funniest series which didn't make much of an appearance on British TV, due mainly to Paramount not having the rights to show it - so I've only really seen the episodes on here maybe 4 times, which is nothing compared to the other series.
This is a great series, with the puffy shirt being a good episode, but not as good as the one where they go to the Hamptons, and Elaine finds out about shrinkage. I also like the one with the deaf referee - especially the way Seinfeld and Costanza talk about her at the dinner table. Other greats include the pig man, Newman's attempts to get Seinfeld's hair and the one where Elaine touches Teri Hatcher's buxom.
This is one of the finer seasons, Newman (Wayne Knight) plays a bigger role, and he's funnier than he was before. You can now see why Pixar chose him for the Toy Story franchise though. George (Jason Alexander) is getting funnier too, and his exploits at home with his parents are so funny. As usual Kramer is on fire. There are a lot of guest stars like Teri Hatcher, Regis and Cathy Lee and Courtney Cox to name a few, even 80's legend Judge Reinhold makes an appearance as the close talker.
This again is on 4 disks, with a 4:3 full screen view. The DVDs have the best menus I've seen, they're fun and easy to get to. Finally Sony have removed that extra splash screen at the end of every episode, so you only have to skip once at the end of the program to get to the next one. There's plenty of extras too, like the one where Larry David explains to use that George is him, and extra scenes and inside looks.
Again, this should be part of your collection, actually, make all 9 seasons part of your collection, it's worth every penny.