This is the only episode where, during his act, Jerry talks to someone (in this case, Dick).
David Naughton (Dick) also worked with Michael Richards (Kramer) and Larry David (the show's co-creator) in the episode "David Naughton/Billy & The Beaters" of Fridays.
In the credits; "Mr. Lippman" is listed as "Mr. Breckman".
There is not really a red dot on the sweater. They just put something removable and somehow visible up close, so all the actors knew what they were looking at when they "noticed" the red dot. (The red dot is positioned on the bottom left side of the sweater.)
George: I've always been attracted to cleaning women. Cleaning women, chambermaids …
Jerry: Yeah, chambermaids, I'm attracted to them too.
George: Why is that?
Jerry: It's a woman in your room.
Jerry: Would you do me a favor?
Jerry: Would you take a drink and let us smell you?
Kramer: You can smell me without the drink.
George: ...next thing I knew, she was mopping up the floor with me.
Jerry: How was it?
George: The sex was good, but I threw up from the Hennigan's.
Jerry: Good thing the cleaning woman was there.
Jerry: You want an overview? I see a very cheap man holding a damaged sweater, trying to get away with something. That's my overview.
Dick: So, you're Jerry.
Jerry: So, I'm Jerry.
Kramer: Say you got a big job interview, and you're a little nervous. Well throw back a couple shots of Hennigans and you'll be as loose as a goose and ready to roll in no time. And because it's odorless, why, it will be our little secret. H-E-double N-I...
Jerry: Kramer! Yah, that'll do.
Mr. Lippman: I'm going to get right to the point. It has come to my attention that you and the cleaning woman have engaged in sexual intercourse on the desk in your office. Is that correct?
George: Who said that?
Mr. Lippman: She did.
George: Was that wrong? Should I have not done that? I tell you I gotta plead ignorance on this thing because if anyone had said anything to me at all when I first started here that that sort of thing was frowned upon, you know, cause I've worked in a lot of offices and I tell you people do that all the time.
Mr. Lippman: You're fired.
Jerry: I never feel comfortable in the woman's department. I feel like I'm a little too close to trying on a dress.
First appearance by Richard Fancy (Mr. Lippman). He was in 11 episodes.
This episode was voted as the best of the third season on IMDB's favorite Seinfeld episode contest.
Elaine: It's Cape Fear!
Cape Fear is a 1991 Martin Scorsese remake of a film about a lawyer and his family being stalked by a former client who wants revenge.
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