THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

With 'Seinfeld' DVD set, the delight is in the details

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / November 21, 2004

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''Seinfeld," the biggest sitcom of the 1990s, ushered in a new age of trivia. And that's not only because it was about the minutiae of daily life -- what George Costanza dubbed ''nothing" in a meta-story line called ''The Pitch." It's because viewers watched the show, which left the air in 1998, with an unequaled attention to, and retention of, ... (Full article: 792 words)

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