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The actual J. Peterman Catalogue is based in Lexington, Kentucky and not New York City.
Goof: During the softball game, George knocks over Bette Midler, trying to score a run. The umpire yells "Safe!" but if you look closely, George never touches home plate.
Kramer doesn't ask for the cookie because the guy on the other line heard Bette ask for it. She's a singer...she projects her voice.
Bette sings a song in the hospital to Kramer that includes the line, "Rochelle, Rochelle." However, at the end of the episode, the announcer says that the part of Rochelle will be played by Genisse -- meaning that it was originally Bette's role. Why would the character of Rochelle sing a song that refers to herself in the third person?
How the hell could the costume department of a big Broadway production forget to tie up the star's shoes in Rochelle Rochelle? And the shoes didn't JUST come undone, the tongues were wide open!...ER
Both Jerry and George are seen playing baseball with their rights hands, even though they're left handed.
When the K-man is holding Bette in his arms on the baseball field, he sings to Bette Midler "you are the wind beneath my wings" - his voice is clearly dubbed over. Maybe it didn't come out well in the original scene.
This is the second time George has dated a woman who is hard of hearing in one ear. The first time was in Season Four's "The Implant" (Megan Mullally).
The character name of Alec Berg is borrowed from a writer on many Seinfeld episodes.
In this episode George says that the only time he said "I love you" was to a dog. However, in episode 201 "The Ex-Girlfriend" he tells Jerry that he was forced to say "I love you" to Marlene.
Jerry and Elaine didn't need to point out to George that there have indeed been changes in toilet paper. Jerry noted a few of them in episode 403, The Pitch: "Maybe they should have a toilet paper museum so that we could see all the toilet paper advancements down through the ages. Toilet paper during the Crusades! The development of the perforation! The first six-pack!"
During the hockey game, Puddy shouts "You stink, Messier" as two players crash into the boards right in front of him. The Rangers player is wearing jersey No. 13; Messier wears No. 11.
I was just re-watching the episode and I noticed that if Gary Fogel died and his funeral was on that Friday, why didn't George attend? They were friends and we saw this in "The Scofflaw" other then Gary lying about having cancer. It seemed as if Jerry and George knew him best and for a long time, at least better then Elaine. It just seemed very weird that George didn't attend and didn't know anything about it. Am I wrong?
At the playoff game between the New York Rangers & the New Jersey Devils at Madison Square Garden. When the Devils score and (New Jersey Devils fan) Puddy goes wild. In the background you can hear a siren going off signaling a goal being scored. This was a "home" game for the Rangers and they would NEVER set the siren off when an opponent scores...especially during a playoff game!!
The Rangers and Devils didn't play at this time in 1995. They faced off in the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals, won 4-3 by the Rangers. But they didn't play in '95 playoffs.
At the end of the episode the rich Texan took back the cheque because he thought Kramer hustled him. However, when Kramer chose to match up Ithaca vs. Boston the rich Texan immediately chose Ithaca.
Goof: On the news report about Jerry and Katie's car accident, the newscaster says that they crashed into a pool "early this morning". However, it was dark out, and based on the progression of the story, it was clearly evening.
Goof: When Earl finds out that it had been a friend of Kramer's who delayed the flight in Ithaca, he grabs back the checks and rips them up. However, just a moment earlier he had mentioned that they were traveler's checks, which are as good as cash.
In his attempts to prove to Mr Morgan that he had black friends, George tracks down characters from two previous episodes. He first tries to watch another rented movie with Joe Temple, with whom he watched the film Breakfast At Tiffany's in "The Couch". He then invites out Karl the exterminator from "The Doodle".
When Elaine gets fired by Mr Pitt, we have a flash back sequence in which Elaine remembers some poignant and funny moments she has witnessed whilst in his employment. However, it ends with Mr Pitt, sporting a Hitler style 'tache giving a Nazi salute at a conference from a previous episode. How would Elaine remember this? She wasn't present at the conference.
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