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Season 3 is when Seinfeld started to push the boundaries of sexual identities and promiscuity
Quite aside from the fact that, snicker for snicker, belly laugh for belly laugh, it's probably the funniest show on television, Seinfeld is also one of the purest of all TV-viewing pleasures.
If you've caught early episodes of "Seinfeld" in syndication, you already know the show doesn't consistently elicit big laughs until its third season.
Audience Reviews for Seinfeld: Season 3
After two limited episode seasons Seinfeld finally gets a full 23-episode order for Season 3. And as a result, the show really starts to come into its own; developing a series format and building (and sticking to) a continuity. Additionally, several signature supporting characters are introduced, including Jerry's frenemy neighbor Newman and Elaine's boss Mr. Lippman. With such classics episodes as "The Pen," "The Parking Garage," "The Red Dot," "The Boyfriend," and "The Keys," the writers have really stepped up their game. Also, several guest stars including Keith Hernandez, Michael Chiklis, Helen Slater, and Catherine Keener make appearances. Season 3 of Seinfeld is full of laughs and solidifies the show as "Must See TV."
Season 3 of Seinfeld is absolutely the transitional year in the show's history where it went from a sort of cult hit to being ready to become one of the biggest television shows (if not the biggest) of the 1990s. When you take into consideration that the amount of memorable episodes in contrast to Seasons 1 and 2 are exponentially up, and Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer make gigantic leaps in terms of coming into their own as main characters, Season 3 really can be seen as the game-changing season it was.
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