Seinfeld!!

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  1. Bryan Ri

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    Just read an article on Yahoo about how all the cast members have now agreed to participate on the DVD. However, I believe the article also said that the whole set (all 182) would be comming this fall.

    Did I misread? Has anyone heard anything?


    Bryan
     
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    TVShowsOnDVD reported the full cast thing participation a few days ago, and I believe there was a thread about it. You likely misread that the whole series would be released in the fall. That's not gonna happen.

    I'll be happy if we get seasons 1 and 2 combined into one nice box set. [​IMG]
     
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    Yup, that's what I'm hoping for anyway.
     
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    Yes, it will be seasons 1 and 2 according to everything I've heard. Season 1 was very short.

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    Glad to hear it, thanks Gord. You DA Man!
     
  6. Bryan Ri

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    Sounds good.

    Yea I think season one and two maybe combine for like 30 episodes or something


    Bryan
     
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    I would think so, since the first "season" is basically the original pilot "The Seinfeld Chronicles" from 1989, followed by the 4-5 episodes filmed in 1989-90, according to many Seinfeld series guide compilations.
     
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    season one and two combined would equal 17 episodes. S1 = 4 + PILOT and S2 = 12 episodes. It's amazing seinfeld didn't get cancelled we have the critics to thank for it staying on the air long enough to catch on.
     
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    If it premiered in 2004... it'd be cancelled after the pilot aired to those low ratings. Those 4 extra produced episodes wouldn't see the light of day because they'd just run a cheap reality show over the summer months...
     

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