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  • Seinfeld - Season 5 on Random Seinfeld Seasons

    (#1) Seinfeld - Season 5

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    Season 5 of Seinfeld began airing on September 16, 1993. The fifth season of Seinfeld won two Emmy awards, including Michael Richards' second.

    Memorable episodes from Season 5 include "The Sniffing Accountant," "The Marine Biologist," "The Fire," and "The Opposite."
  • Ally McBeal - Season 4 on Random Seinfeld Seasons

    (#2) Ally McBeal - Season 4

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    The story arc that lasted the whole season was one where Jerry and George try to make a TV pilot for NBC. Another is George having a relationship with former NBC executive Susan Ross. Another story arc is Joe Davola trying to kill Jerry; his final attempt was in the premiere of Jerry and George's pilot, when Jerry introduces what they are going to do, and suddenly Joe Davola jumps to land on the stage and kill him. However, he misses and hits himself in the face and has to go to the hospital.

    Memorable episodes from Season 4 include "The Bubble Boy," "The Contest," and "The Junior Mint."
  • Seinfeld - Season 7 on Random Seinfeld Seasons

    (#3) Seinfeld - Season 7

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    Season seven of Seinfeld began airing on September 21, 1995. This was the last season that Larry David served as executive producer on, as Jerry ended up with that title for the final two seasons. 

    Memorable episodes from Season 7 include "The Soup Nazi," "The Seven," and "The Invitations."
  • Seinfeld - Season 8 on Random Seinfeld Seasons

    (#4) Seinfeld - Season 8

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    Season eight of Seinfeld premiered on September 19, 1996. This was the first season of the show without Larry David, with Jerry stepping up to fill the roll of executive producer. It was also the first season where Jerry stopped performing comedy in the beginning of each episode.

    Notable episodes from Season 8 include "The Bizarro Jerry," "The Little Kicks," "The Yada Yada," and "The Summer of George." 
  • Seinfeld - Season 3 on Random Seinfeld Seasons

    (#5) Seinfeld - Season 3

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    Season three of Seinfeld began airing on September 18, 1991. Season 3 was nominated for 8 Emmys, two of which were won for "Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series" and "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series".

    Some of the best episodes from Season 3 include "The Parking Garage," "The Pez Dispenser," and "The Keys". The season ends with Kramer leaving New York for California, which is where season 4 picks up.
  • Seinfeld - Season 6 on Random Seinfeld Seasons

    (#6) Seinfeld - Season 6

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    Season six of Seinfeld began airing on September 22, 1994. Season 6 introduced a few memorable characters, including Patrick Warburton's character David Puddy.

    Memorable episodes from Season 6 include "The Race," "The Jimmy," and "The Face Painter."
  • Seinfeld - Season 9 on Random Seinfeld Seasons

    (#7) Seinfeld - Season 9

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    The ninth and final season of Seinfeld began airing on September 25, 1997. NBC executives begged Jerry to go beyond 9 seasons, but he refused as he wanted the show to go off the air with dignity.

    Memorable episodes from Season 9 include "The Serenity Now," "The Merv Griffin Show," and "The Frogger."
  • Seinfeld Season 2 on Random Seinfeld Seasons

    (#8) Seinfeld Season 2

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    Season two of Seinfeld premiered on January 23, 1991. Season 2 ran for 12 episodes, and introduced great characters like Newman and Uncle Leo.

    Memorable episodes from season 2 include "The Jacket," "The Deal," and "The Chinese Restaurant."

  • Seinfeld Season 1 on Random Seinfeld Seasons

    (#9) Seinfeld Season 1

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    Season one of Seinfeld began airing on July 5, 1989 on NBC. The show was originally called "The Seinfeld Chronicles" but was later shortened to just "Seinfeld."

    Season 1 only consisted of 5 episodes- "The Seinfeld Chornicles," "The Stake Out," "The Robbery," "Male Unbonding," and "The Stock Tip."

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Seinfeld was co-created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David and aired on NBC from 1989 to 1998, with a total of 180 episodes. Seinfeld is set in New York. The main characters include the comedian Seinfeld played by Jerry Seinfeld, his old friend George, and his ex-girlfriend Elaine and neighbor Kramer. This sitcom has nothing special and only shows funny daily life, but it has been popular for more than 2 decades. 

This classic that is overlooked indeed reflects the lives of ordinary Americans in the 1990s. The random tool lists the 9 great seasons of Seinfeld you should not skip.

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