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Seinfled Season 5 & 6

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by ThomasMon, Sep 9, 2005.

  1. ThomasMon

    ThomasMon Well-Known Member

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    Will be released on Nov 22 per TV Guide online.

    You can check out the news story by going to TV Guide website and clicking on news.
     
  2. ElijahS

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    I don't see anything. Provide a specific link.
     
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    Thanks, I tried to post a link but it wouldn't let me because I don't have 15 posts yet! Sorry
     
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    OK. I was looking for an article, and skipped over the last one. Thanks.
     
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    I look foward to getting these two sets.
     
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    The good thing is, at this rate, we'll have the entire series by the end of '06. Would that be some kind of record? 8 full season releases of a show within a 2 year timeframe?
     
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    I was thinking the same thing but it seems like there's always something that I forget about.

    How many shows have both 1. run that long and 2. are being released on DVD? The first that come to mind are Mash and The Simpsons but they sure aren't out coming as fast as Seinfeld[​IMG]
     
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    "8 full season releases"

    Seinfeld has 9 seasons and not 8. They still could all be released by the end of 2006 if seasons 7 and 8 are released together and then season 9 is released.
     
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    I think Will was referring to the number of season sets since Season One and Two were released as one set.

    And based on the way they've been released so far, it seems like Season Seven will be released in May 2006 and Season Eight and Season Nine will be out in November 2006.
     
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    Yes, but Season one only consisted of 4 episodes (maybe 6, I can't remember the exact number) As we know, Seasons 1 and 2 were released in one package, so that's why I counted it as "8 full season releases"

    Anyway, we should expect season 7 in Spring of '06 and seasons 8 and 9 in the Fall/Winter of '06 if they follow the release pattern they have been so far.
     
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    Once I have all of these sets I'll be the master of my domain.

    Not that there's anything wrong with that.
     
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    I will Lord of the Manor
     
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    8 or 9 (however you count them) in 2 years won't be a record in terms of speed: Star Trek: TNG, ST: Deep Space 9, and Star Trek: Voyager all released 7 season sets each within a less-than-a-year period.

    ST:V took 301 days to be released, and is the slowest of the 3 programs. The other two each had 280 days between the release date of the first and last season. That's 40 days average between sets.

    Further, the Treks are an hour-long show, requiring 7 DVDs each for most of these sets (not counting Best Buy bonus discs), compared to 4 DVDs each for the Seinfelds.

    No offense intended to Seinfeld fans...just setting the record (-holder) straight! [​IMG]
     
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    Damn! I knew I was forgetting something[​IMG]

    Man, Trek fans must have deep pockets to keep up with releases that came out that fast.
     
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    that means seonfeld has caught up to the simpsons. Wht can't Fpx be this fast
     
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    Because The Simpsons has commentaries on every episode and is still on the air.
     
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    But for Seinfeld, aren't they going back to the 35mm film and doing HD transfers? All episodes have "Notes about Nothing," and a few have audio commentaries and Inside Look featurettes. Each set usually includes a short documentary as well.
     
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    A miniature "puffy shirt" in the gift set. That sounds like a pretty unique extra. [​IMG]
     

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