Seinfeld - Season 8 (2007)
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Director:Andy Ackerman
Studio:Sony Pictures Home Ent. UK
Producer:Andy Ackerman, Tim Kaiser, Suzy Mamann Greenberg
Rated:Suitable for 12 years and over
Date Added:2011-08-19
Aspect Ratio:1.33:1
Languages:English, French, German
Subtitles:Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Norwegian, Portuguese, Swedish
Andy Ackerman  ...  (Director)
  ...  (Writer)
Jason Alexander  ...  
Julia Louis-Dreyfus  ...  
Michael Richards  ...  
Jerry Seinfeld  ...  
Summary: After seven seasons of groundbreaking comedy, what could possibly be left to accomplish in Season 8 for Seinfeld and company, especially in this, the first season without co-creator Larry David at the helm? Plenty, as it turns out. This is the season that gave us some of the most memorable episodes in the entire series, including "The Muffin Tops," "The Bizarro Jerry," and "The Yada Yada," the episode that proved you can "yada yada" anything in life. Fortunately by this point in the series, the comic formula that sustained the show throughout its run had not yet begun to get tired, and the writers proved that they could continue to pull a whole lot of something out of the show about nothing. Case in point: "The English Patient," where they created an entire story line out of Elaine's hatred for the award-winning film. In "The Chicken Roaster," one of Seinfeld's most under-appreciated episodes, Kramer switches apartments with Jerry and wages a one-man crusade against a Kenny Rogers' Roasters, only to become like Jerry and become undone by Newman. George continues to, well, be George. He habitually shoots himself in the foot as he continues life without Susan, only to find out marrying her would have made him rich ("The Foundation"). And Elaine gets her kicks, literally, horrifying her co-workers with her terrible dancing, spinning moves so bad they've actually become one of the show's most popular punch lines. Season 8 also continues the "Seinfeld" tradition of loading up the DVD sets with plenty of special features, including an illuminating documentary detailing how Jerry juggled his act as star and show-runner after Larry David's departure, and all new interviews with the cast. All in all, it's good stuff for fans, and there's plenty here for the casual viewer to enjoy as well. "--Daniel Vancini"
Jerry Seinfeld is back in the title role, and joining him are his neurotic ex-girlfriend, Elaine; his chronically lazy pal, George; and Cosmo Kramer, a person who takes the weird neighbour character to impressive new heights.