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The first episode of the season included a scene of George on a pier, contemplating marriage. This closing episode of the season repeats this scene with Jerry. In both cases, they were shot on the Santa Monica Pier in California. (A 3rd scene was shot here, in The Voice.)
The footage of couples at the beach when Jerry is contemplating marriage is the same footage shown in episode 701, when George asks Susan to marry him.
In this episode, George says that he doesn't smoke, and gets very sick when he tries. However, in "The Stock Tip", after some lucky investments, he is shown contentfully smoking a large (and expensive) cigar.
Smoking cigars has a different impact on the lungs than cigarettes do. This is relating to the statement that Elaine always talks about her hate for smokers; even though she has been seen in many occasions smoking cigars.
Another reason may be that a number of years have passed between then and this episode, perhaps George quit smoking in the meantime.
He also said, in an earlier episode, that he tried to smoke one of the cigars he got from Susan's father, but ended up throwing up.
When everyone is commenting on Kramer's jeans being too tight, he starts to walk away and Jerry says, "You're walking like Frankenstein".
* Frankenstein was the scientist who created life out of various body parts, but he was one whole human himself; Frankenstein's Monster was the one who is known to walk stiffly.
You can hear Carey Elwes's real accent when he says the date of his anniversary to Elaine.
Why is there so much red (or brown) in this episode? Both Jerry and Elaine wear the color in several scenes and Beth's phone is also red.
Beth's Ex's apartment # is 5A and the door opposite says 5B, is it a coincidince that their door numbers are the SAME as Jerry's and Kramer's??? I think not!
If Joey's mom's place is in the same apartment as Jerry and Kramer's why is it so much bigger??
Watch George's light blue button down shirt when he shows up at Beth's (Debra Messing's) apartment. His shirt is messed up from fighting through Elaine and Jerry to get out of Jerry's apartment to tell Beth that he was just being "folksy" instead of being serious about her being able to do a lot better than David as a husband. His collar goes up and down during the scene and oscillates between being tucked and partially untucked on one side obviously indicating the scene was shot more than once.
When Kramer goes into Jerry's apartment the first time after his performance with Mickey you can see a production mic at the top of the screen pretty obviously.
This is the first episode to show one of the main characters using a cell phone in the series.
Jerry's car is WAY diffrent then other epiesodes
in the other epiesodes Jerry's car is Black with a Beige interior and the stock saab 3 spoke wheels.
in this epiesode his car is Midnight blue it had a black interior and diffrent wheels.
Most mail trucks have the steering wheel on the right, but this truck had the steering wheel on the left.
When Kramer and Newman are following Jerry's car, they pass by a certain patch of woods next to a graveyard type plot. It shows them driving on this same stretch of road several times throughout the chase.
When Kramer and Newman are following Jerry's car, Kramer has to throw out the bottles to lose weight, but as we see him open the back door and start to throw the sacks out, there are no bottles in them. Interesting because the episode is called "The Bottle Deposit."
NOTE: During the collection process, we see a lot of bottles (many of them emptied by Newman). The reason they used only cans in this scene was so Michael Richards could throw the bags more easily.
In some scenes it shows Newman drinking lots of Mello Yello bottles while he is with Kramer. Why would they buy soda and drink it for the purpose of collecting the deposit, this would completely destroy their profit margin.
Everybody Loves Raymond and Seinfeld are in a very long chain of crossovers, so their universes are the same; however, Brad Garrett's characters in both shows are different.
While the brand name of the soda can the woman sets down is labeled 'Diet Soda', the red and blue Pepsi symbol is clearly left untouched.
Jerry says "The Triple-A guy said I was this close to sucking a muffin down the carburetor." But his ar doesn't have a carburator, it has fuel injection.
George says the lyrics to the Petula Clark song wrong. He says "... where the neon lights are pretty", but actually the line goes "Where the neon SIGNS are pretty"
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