Sasha's apartment is showed to be 5E, but that's Newman's apartment.
It's revealed that both Jerry and George are left-handed.
George writes on his hand in order to cheat on his conversion test. When he holds up his hand in the priest's office, you can see the notes on his palm.
Right after Jerry throws the fungus lotion in Elaine's bag, the camera angle switches and you can see Jerry holding the lotion again even though he just supposedly threw it in Elaines bag.
When the father is telling Kramer that he has the "Kovorka", he says "Buy 10 cloves of garlic...". Yet, when Jerry appears at his door, there are almost 20 cloves around his neck.
Estelle: Latvian orthodox?! Why are you doing this?!
George: For a woman.
Frank: A woman?! What are you out of your mind?!
Estelle: Why can't you do anything like a normal person?!
Frank: Wait. Is this the group that goes around mutilating squirrels?
Kramer: I always open medicine cabinets.
Elaine: I trust people not to do that.
Kramer: Big mistake!
Kramer: Oh, this power! Look what I'm doing! I'm dangerous, Jerry! I'm very very dangerous!
Jerry: (to George, who is thinking of converting to Latvian Orthodox) You know, it's not like changing toothpaste.
Latvian orthodox: What aspect of the faith do you find particularly attractive?
George: I think the hats.
Jerry: Fungicide! So what could she have?
Elaine: I don't know.
George: By Christmas day I will be Brother Costanza!
Jerry: And what does Brother Costanza plan on telling Mother Costanza?
George: Brother Costanza will be taking the vow of silence.
Bruce Kirschbaum (writer of the episode) thought he was making up a religion that George was converting to. Later, he learned that Latvian Orthodox is a real religion.
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