Season 3

DVD - 2004
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Jerry is a very succesful stand-up comedian, mainly because of the people around him who offer an endless supply of great material. His best friend, George, is a balding, whiny kind of guy, who craves the kind of success Jerry has but is never willing to do what it takes to get it. Jerry's neighbor Kramer often barges into his apartment and imposes onto his life. Jerry's former girlfriend, Elaine, comes back into his life, and the four form a friendship together. They focus more on mundane conversations and situations that can be found during everyday life in New York.
Publisher: Culver City, Calif. : Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, [2004]
ISBN: 9781404957480
Branch Call Number: DVD SEI
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (ca. 505 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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May 06, 2016

"He is a loathsome offensive brute, yet I can't look away."

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"These pretzels are making me thirsty."

May 06, 2016

"He said he wants to be my key brother."


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Jun 06, 2018

This set was published only with episodes 1 through 13. It is missing episodes 14 - 23.

May 06, 2016

This season is more of the same, but I'm not complaining. George continues his struggle with unemployment; Elaine continues her neverending search for love and marriage; and, Kramer continues his life without care. Oh, and Jerry is simply Jerry. This season opens on "The Note", an episode in which George confronts his own sexuality after a man gives him a massage and Jerry is mistaken as a kidnapper through verbal diarrhea. It only adds more not-so-everyday blunders from there. Don't believe me? In this season, Jerry has trouble with his taxes and fails to return a library book; George attempts to cure his baldness and buys a cheap but defective gift for a friend that he can't return; Elaine suffers a bad night on a pullout bed and misses a wedding; Kramer gets a part in a movie and deals in Pez dispensers and colourful condoms; and the whole gang forget where they parked the darn car. And that's only scratching the surface! Yes, opening cans of worms is the business of SEINFELD and business is booming this season. It would be difficult to pick a favourite episode this season with each one a laugh riot. Efficient in its plot and comedy, SEINFELD never fails to please. I highly recommend the third season.


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