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Newman claims the incident occured on June 14, 1987, in a game between the Mets and Phillies. On June 14, the Mets actually defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-3 in Pittsburgh, while the Phillies won 11-6 over the Expos in Montreal.
In the pilot episode, Jerry comments that Kramer hasn't left his apartment in 10 years but here we learn Kramer went with Newman to the Mets game in 1987.
When George runs out of the bathroom to tell Kramer to say "Vandelay Industries," he falls and drops his paper to the right of where he lies. Then, in the shot from Jerry's view, the paper has moved to George's left!
In this episode, Elaine breaks up with Keith Hernandez due to her dislike for smoking, but in the episode "The Foundation" in the 8th Season, Elaine is shown smoking a cigar while she talks to Jerry on the phone.
Keith makes it a point to bring his gloves, but ends up leaving without them.
George dates the daughter of an Unemployment officer. In the car, where she's telling him she no longer wants to see him, it looks alot like she's wearing the sweater that made people allergic in 'The Sniffing Accountant'.
In the end, when George bursts into Jerry's apartment asking for Keith, Jerry chuckles a bit as he says "He just left." It's sort of muffled by the audience laughter, but listen closely, it's there.
Kramer and Newman are mad at Keith Hernandez due to the "spitting" incident. Newman says that on June 14, 1987 the NY Mets played a home game against the Philadelpha Philles. But on June 14th 1987 the NY Mets were playing on on the road against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
In this episode when George leaves the the bathroom, he is wearing a shirt. But in "The Gymnast" George claims, and proves that he doesn't wear a shirt when using the washroom. (Editor's Note: Maybe in this case, he put his shirt back on before he came out. On the other hand what we really know is that since "The Gymnast" came later, nobody had yet thought of giving George strange bathroom habits).
Kramer thought Jerry might be a Nazi; however, he knows Jerry is Jewish.
This is the first time we hear Norman Brenner (Kramer's stand - in who frequently appears as an extra) speak on the show.
George last remarked "We're living in a society!" Back in "The Chinese Restaurant".
When Eva takes a gun, Jerry says: "Nice Luger". However, the gun Eva takes is not a Luger, the gun next to the one she takes was.
During the sequence at the airport, Jerry has his collar tucked underneath his coat. When we cut back to Jerry after George says "they can't kill us," the collar is suddenly straightened.
Audio goof: When Tim tells George about the epilogue he wrote (he of course, believes George is O'Brien), Eva is staring at George and breathing hard. But it sounds like she's breathing out of her mouth, but if you look, you'll see that her mouth is actually closed. Error in the foley department maybe?
The newswoman's name is printed at the bottom of the screen as, "Jodi Baskerville" But she concludes her report in saying, "This is Judy Baskerville"
In the opening scene, George grabs Jerry as hes walking away. Jerry's scarf is draped over his shoulder, but when we cut, it is fixed. Cut again, back on the shoulder.
When George and Jerry are sitting down on the couch, both with a magazine, Jerry flips the page of his magazine rather sharply. When he holds it up to read it, a piece of the page has actually been torn and can be seen hanging underneath. Jerry seems not to notice it.
This episode gives us the first look at George's apartment.
DC Super Heroes nods::
-George has a poster of the Justice League of America above his bed.
-Helen Slater ("Becky") was in the 1984 movie Supergirl, playing the title character.
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