There are also some very cool guest stars in this season such as Teri “they’re real and they’re spectacular” Hatcher and Megan Mullaly in “The Implant” and Bob Balaban as the head of NBC and his beautiful, ample-chested daughter Denise Richards. Jerry Stiller as George’s dad, Frank Costanza, is truly amazing and let’s not forget Jane Leeves as The Virgin and a few more I’m sure I’m forgetting. A regular favorite of mine, one you love to hate, is Jerry’s arch-nemesis, postal employee Newman played by Wayne Knight as I love seeing his evilness oozing out of him. Memorable words and lines such as, “not that there’s anything wrong with that” referring to homosexuality and “double-dipping” referring to the rude act of dipping your chip twice, appear in this season and we also have such classic Emmy-award winning episodes as “The Contest” with its all-time classic line, “master of your domain”. The way “The Virgin” (Jane Leeves) gets offended is a gem, “You’re horrible, just horrible”. My least favorite episode: there isn’t one, they all rock.
Yada, Yada, Yada Audio Commentary: Different audio comments by Jerry Seinfeld on one episode, the writer on another, the director on another offer us a variety of takes on the making of the shows and on where the ideas came from. A very interesting feature.
Master of His Domain: Jerry Seinfeld never before seen stand-up comedy routine is too short, that’s my only complaint. When it’s that funny, you want more than 8 minutes.
Notes About Nothing: This is a feature we can switch on or off and it includes the production notes written over the episodes as well as behind-the-scenes scoop. The most boring feature although I did like the “Hello Newman” counter they included.
In the Vault: Deleted scenes from many of the fourth season’s episodes are actually very enjoyable and funny.
Inside Looks: Short video commentaries by cast and creators about the behind-the-scenes aspects of the show. Informative but not overly fun.
Regis & Kathie Lee Parody: A really well-done five-minute featurette parodying the two morning hosts and comparing them to a Seinfeld show that’s eerily similar.
Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That: Twenty minutes worth of actually funny bloopers unlike the so-called bloopers I’ve seen lately, which were not funny at all. These bloopers are great fun and laughing that hard, it’s healthy. The second best feature after the stand-up routine.
Photo Gallery: Self-explanatory photos of memorable scenes from the show.
Sponsored by Vandelay Industries: A bunch of NBC promotional ads and trailers including some 1992 Seinfeld Olympic moments that are hilarious.