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Seinfeld: Season 4 DVD Box Set Preview (12)



Preview: Jack Foley

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES: The Breakthrough Season (behind the scenes). Notes About Nothing. Inside Looks. In The Vault (deleted scenes). Not That There's Anything Wrong With That (out-takes and bloopers). Yada, Yada, Yada (creator and cast audio commentaries). Master of his Domain (Jerry Seinfeld stand-up comedy footage). Sponsored by Vandelay Industries (promotional ads and trailers). And more!

FOLLOWING the long-awaited arrival of the first 3 seasons of Seinfeld on DVD last year, the complete season 4 of the #1 show of all time (US TV Guide) is coming to DVD on June 13, 2005, courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (SPHE).

Released in four-disc box set, and packed with never before seen deleted scenes, factoid tracks, featurettes, blooper reel and episode commentaries, this release is a must-own for all fans of the Golden Globe and Emmy winning comedy series.

Created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, Seinfeld first aired on British television in 1993 on BBC2 and quickly built up a cult following attracting audiences in excess of 500,000.

Starring Jerry Seinfeld (Jerry), Jason Alexander (George), Michael Richards (Kramer) and Julia Louis Dreyfus (Elaine), the series is often quoted as being 'about nothing' when in reality has some of the most complex plots and sharpest writing that TV comedy has ever seen.

In season 4 episode: The Pitch, Jerry is asked to come up with a proposal for a new TV series. With the help of George, they come up with the idea of a comedy about 'nothing'.

Season 4 is recognised as the breakthrough season, as the success of the show led to a raft of awards, specifically for episode 11, The Contest, where George and Jerry set out on a competition of self-denial.

When Elaine and Kramer hear about the challenge, they join in on the action (or lack of it!).

Thanks to this episode, the series won the Emmy for best Comedy, Writing and Supporting Actor (Michael Richards).

US TV Guide named this episode, specifically the moment when Kramer says he’s out, as the third funniest moment in TV history.

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