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    DonGorskeFan

    [1]Aug 24, 2007
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    Have you ever put these on when watching the DVDs. I just started to watch the episodes with the Notes on. They have some interesting stuff about the show, but sometimes it flashes too fast for me to read. I think its my DVD player though.
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    seinfeld111690

    [2]Aug 24, 2007
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    I always do. I like learning more and more about the show, and since I have seen the episodes multiple times, this gets me to watch them.
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    AMWFan2

    [3]Aug 27, 2007
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    I love Notes About Nothing. However, I've noticed that they sometimes make mistakes. Like in The Hot Tub, they counted Kramer exiting his apartment as an entrance into Jerry's apartment. Also, in season two (I believe, can't remember the exact episode) they added a girlfriend to Jerry's Girlfriend Counter (I believe #3). However, at that point in the series, Jerry had five girlfriends. By the time the next girlfriend came, it was back on track.

    I am a huge useless trivia fan, and I have seen Notes About Nothing for every episode from seasons one through eight. You'd be surprised at how much interesting information is on there.

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    DonGorskeFan

    [4]Aug 31, 2007
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    AMWFan2 wrote:

    I love Notes About Nothing. However, I've noticed that they sometimes make mistakes. Like in The Hot Tub, they counted Kramer exiting his apartment as an entrance into Jerry's apartment. Also, in season two (I believe, can't remember the exact episode) they added a girlfriend to Jerry's Girlfriend Counter (I believe #3). However, at that point in the series, Jerry had five girlfriends. By the time the next girlfriend came, it was back on track.

    I am a huge useless trivia fan, and I have seen Notes About Nothing for every episode from seasons one through eight. You'd be surprised at how much interesting information is on there.


    i watched them for through the middle of season 2, then i turned them off. most of it is about nothing, but i find them distracting when watching the show.
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    fostersfan25

    [5]Sep 16, 2007
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    my dad and i love "notes about nothing" we put them on evry time we wach an episode
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    Megaman200798

    [6]Sep 18, 2007
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    The Notes make the show funnier/more understand.

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    seinfeldyada

    [7]Nov 2, 2007
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    I'm so used to them, I miss them when watching re-runs on TV.
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    kramer2006

    [8]Nov 5, 2007
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    lol You do that too? Sometimes without thinking when I am watching tv I will look at the bottom for the notes about nothing. I thought I was the only one.
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    Megaman200798

    [9]Nov 5, 2007
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    seinfeldyada wrote:
    I'm so used to them, I miss them when watching re-runs on TV.


    arent they still on
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    sienster

    [10]Nov 6, 2007
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    Yeah, the re-runs are still on, but he's talking about missing the notes when watching an episode on tv.
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    revbucky

    [11]Jul 24, 2008
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    The notes are fantastic! Worth the price of the DVD collection by themselves.
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    oceanic6

    [12]Mar 16, 2009
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    I'm addicted to the notes, they just complete the show. I will admit that there're always mistakes and oversights but overall they're terrific. Does anyone know who wrote them?
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    oceanic6

    [15]Mar 17, 2009
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    cvjrbdjkasfi wrote:
    You're spoiling for a fight aren't you?


    Excuse me?
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    jrob28

    [16]Mar 28, 2009
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    When I watch the DVD's, I usually watch the episode first, then audio commentary, if any, and then the notes about nothing. Not all at once though.
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