Though it may have seemed impossible for Seinfeld to top the brilliance of its fourth season ("They're real -- and they're spectacular"; "Not that there's anything wrong with that"; "Her name rhymes with a female body part"; and the immortal "Are you master of your own domain?"), season five of the "show about nothing" has more than its share of golden moments. In fact, the season is barely two episodes old before Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) is climbing into that famous "puffy shirt" for his appearance on The Today Show. A few weeks later, Jerry is suspecting his "sniffing accountant" of drug use, while Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is saddled with a boyfriend who is enamored of the exclamation point. And how about the one where Jerry has to handle his godson's circumcision? Or in another episode, where Elaine's next boyfriend has the same name as a notorious serial killer? And we can't forget the episode in which George (Jason Alexander) tries to score points with a girl by converting to Latvian Orthodox. Nor the introduction of Micky Woodburn (Danny Woodburn), the "little person" friend of good old Kramer (Michael Richards). And we can't let pass an acknowledgement of the deathless one-hour extravaganza "The Raincoats." There's no doubt about it, season five of Seinfeld is every bit as terrific as season four -- right up to the final episode, in which George vows to do everything the opposite of his normal instincts, while Elaine brings down a publishing empire by eating Jujyfruits. ~ Rovi
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