Just as the four are about to go to the movies, Jerry looks back on the past nine years with the audience.

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In the next to last episodes in the series, this two-parter highlights many of the funniest moments in the show's 9 year run. Included is George's problem with shrinkage; his wig; Jerry's girlfriend, Mulva; Elaine's odd dancing technique; Kramer's high powered shower head, the soup Nazi; Jerry's dentist; Jerry's puffy shirt. The list goes on..... Written by garykmcd

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This episode aired immediately before the series finale. An outtake of the cast dancing between takes during the filming of the finale is featured here. See more »

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Features Seinfeld: The Good Samaritan (1992) See more »

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Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough
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A Great Grant Wood Concludes- Whose Buried In Grants Tomb?
24 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the second part of the final clip show before the last episode. While folks might just say, ah these are just clip shows, both of them are so much more than that. There is a reason I choose this second part over the first but the both of them are together on the DVD set as 1 program.

What is great about both part of these is that they use clips to review all the major themes of the show. This first part hits the Superman theme that was mentioned more than once during the series. This last part hits my favorite theme.

Jerry Seinfeld, a big Abbott & Costello fan, does a section of this with set photos set to the song "I Hope You've Had The Time of Your Life". To me, this sums up quite nicely Jerry's A&C ties as one of their better films has the same theme. This sequence has a sentiment that to me hits the correct cord for ending the series. In a way, I think these 2 clips shows should have been run after the Finale which followed it.

This was the first time I had ever heard this particular song, but it is exactly right as it illustrates going out at the top. These folks had the time of their live doing this show & they took their audience along for the ride. While they have found some work since they ended this, the fact still remains that for the cast of Seinfeld, this is the time of their lives.


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