Incidental Acts of Spontaneous Cerebral Violence

Friday, August 06, 2004



Yada Yada Yada..."Seinfeld" Hits DVD
Everyone's favorite show about nothing will be making its hotly anticipated debut on DVD just in time for Festivus on Nov. 23, Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment announced Friday. The Seinfeld package will feature the first three seasons of the Emmy-winning series in two four-disc volumes. The first set will contain two versions of the original 1989 pilot (the alternate was called The Seinfeld Chronicles) along with all 18 episodes of seasons one and two; the second set will include all 22 episodes of season three. All the shows will be presented in high definition.

For a show famously about nothing, there's plenty of extras. There will be a whopping 24 hours worth of bonus material, from never-before-seen outtakes and bloopers to deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes scoops, episode trivia, unused footage of Seinfeld's stand-up routines and interviews and commentaries from cast members Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander (news) along with David.


Funk Singer Rick James Dies at Age 56
In 1991, James and his then 21-year-old girlfriend, Tania Hijazi, beat up and tortured a masseuse he had accused of stealing drugs from his mansion. The woman was tied naked to a chair, burned with a hot knife and a lighter and forced to perform oral sex on Hijazi.

In 1992, James and Hijazi beat up and held captive a female record label executive in a hotel on the Sunset Strip.


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