Seinfeld finally breaks out as NBC's premier comedy in its fourth season, delivering some of the show's best and most iconic episodes (not there's anything wrong with that). In a rather daring move, the show attempts a parody of its own real-life creation by having a season long arc following Jerry and George as they pitch and develop a sitcom pilot for NBC. Featuring such classic episodes as "The Trip," "The Bubble Boy," "The Contest," "The Outing," and "The Pilot," the writers make a concerted effort to get creative and take the show to new places. There are also a number of guest stars featured, including Corbin Bernsen, George Wendt, Clint Howard, Brian Doyle-Murray, Denise Richards, Teri Hatcher, and Jeremy Piven. Incredibly funny, Season 4 of Seinfeld moves the series into the more surreal, yet the laughs "are real and they're spectacular!"