When Donna Chang is speaking to Jerry and Elaine in his apartment, her hair is pulled back during her first line. Then it cuts away quickly and returns showing her with her hair parted in the middle.
Kramer: (unhappy with boxer shorts) There's nothing holding me in place. I'm flipping, I'm flopping.
Jerry: (about George) It's a shame his parents didn't get divorced thirty years ago. He could've been normal.
Jerry: (to a polite smoker) No, go ahead. I second-hand smoke two packs a day.
George: (leaving a message on Jerry's answering machine) Hey, it's George. I got nothing to say.
George: (referring to divorce) All right, let me just say one thing. There is no way this is gonna happen, you hear me? No way! Because if you think I'm going to two Thanksgivings, you're out of your mind!
Estelle: You're not Chinese?!
Donna Chang: No.
Estelle: I thought you were Chinese!
Donna Chang: I'm from Long Island.
Estelle: Long Island?! I thought I was getting advice from a Chinese woman?!
Donna Chang: I'm sorry.
Estelle: Well, then…that changes everything!
Estelle: She's not Chinese, I was duped!
George: So what?! She still gave you great advice! What's the difference if she's not Chinese?!
Estelle: I'm not taking advice from some girl from Long Island!
George: Wait a minute, you're-now you're getting a divorce because she's from Long Island?!
Frank: You want a divorce?! You got one!
Jerry: Well, it looks like you've adjusted to the boxers.
Kramer: Well, I wouldn't go as far as that.
Jerry: You went back to the Jockeys?
Kramer: Wrong again.
Jerry: (realizing that Kramer is not wearing underwear) Oh, no.
Elaine: What? What?
Jerry: Don't you see what's goin' on here? No boxers, no Jockeys…
(Elaine backs away from Kramer, disgusted)
Jerry: The only thing between him and us is a thin layer of gabardine…Kramer, say it isn't so.
Kramer: Oh, it be so.
(Jerry turns his head in disgust)
Kramer: I'm out there, Jerry, and I'm lovin' every minute of it.
Kramer: You ever get a woman pregnant?
Jerry: I'm sorry, Kramer, those records are permanently sealed.
George: I don't trust men in capes.
Jerry: You can't cast aspersions on someone just because they're wearing a cape. Superman wore a cape, and I'll be damned if I'm going to stand here and let you say something bad about him.
George: Alright, Superman's the exception.
Kramer: Yeah, I need the secure packaging of Jockeys. (cupping hand gesture) My boys need a house.