Seinfeld Season 3 (1992) -
Director: Tom Cherones Starring: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Jerry Seinfeld Michael Richards Jason Alexander
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|One of the most watched television shows of the 90's, Seinfeld is a true-to-life comedy series that follows the events of a group of friends. The group consists of Jerry Seinfeld, a stand-up comedian who questions every bizarre tidbit about life, George Costanza, a hard-luck member of the New York Yankees organization, Elaine Benes, a flashy woman who is not afraid to speak her mind, and Cosmo Kramer, an extremely eccentric, lanky goofball. Another very notable member of the show is Newman, a chubby mailman, friend of Kramer, and, almost always, nemesis of Jerry. Other sources of comedy appear in the form of the parents of both Jerry and George.|
Editor's NoteAward-winning and wildly poplular, Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld's "show about nothing" has become one of television's most-watched and best-loved series. Jerry stars as a standup comedian living in New York City, whose real life is infinitely more entertaining than his skits. Together with his loudmouthed ex-girlfriend Elaine, and his sex-obsessed, neurotic friend George, he becomes caught up in various awkward situations and absurd capers, often stemming from long conversations where the three ponder the minute, banal trappings of their everyday lives. Season 3 features the infamous "Parking Garage" episode, where the gang gets lost in a garage, as well as "The Fix-Up," for which the writers won an Emmy Award. Also, Jerry instigates a game of chess between his penis and his nose, Elaine takes an unfortunate trip to Florida for a visit with Jerry's parents, George tries a baldness cure, and Kramer attempts to become an actor.
Cast & Crew
|Fred Barron - Producer|
|George Shapiro - Producer|
|Howard West - Producer|
|Jerry Seinfeld - Producer|
|Larry David - Producer|