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When the street construction guys show up to help George get his key chain out of the pavement, there is a construction worker standing behind the crew leader to the right. As the scene changes and the crew leader is talking to George about what it's going to take to get his keys dug up, the worker changes from behind him to the right to behind him to the left.
When Elaine wants to borrow Jerry's car to haul away the trash, he hands her his keys. Her hand changes position from accepting the keys to facing more downward when the next shot is shown.
Notice when Kramer walks in on Jerry and his girlfriend to get the yield sign. While Jerry is making Kramer leave, and gathers the signs, the position of the open trench sign Kramer is carrying and the one way sign Jerry is carrying change positions as the scene goes from inside Jerry's apartment to the hall.
When Kramer brings home the highway signs, he shows Jerry how the kids changed the Speed sign from 65 to 165. The actual speed limit on the Henry Hudson is 50. That parkway also has 3 lanes instead of 4 (which Kramer reduces to 2). As an agressive driving New Yorker, I can assure you that NY drivers would never sit in traffic in 2 wide lanes!
The highway that Kramer adopts is actually the Henry Burkhardt - not the Henry Hudson.
George states he doesn't have a spare set because it says "Do not Duplicate". Did the writers forget "The Keys"?
The MSDS symbol (red, blue, yellow, and white squares) on the paint thinner drum has a rating of 8 on the Flammability section (red square), however the maximum rating on an MSDS symbol is 4
Scott Clark notes: Kramer, beeming with pride, announces that he has adopted Mile 113 of the highway. Later, after he has 'widened the lanes,' the radio traffic reporter claims the problem occurs at Mile marker 114.
Well in this episode, when kramer widens the lanes on his highway, it shows elaine driving and she's driving normally. But in a previous episode when it shows her borrowing a car from her friend for the weekend while her friend was away(or something like that) she is shown to be a horrific driver. how all of a sudden did she get so good?
I really don't think the time or continuity is messed up in this episode. Instead I think Elaine is ordering the Chinese over and over again. She likes it so much she tells Jerry about it and then he comes over to the closet too.
I just saw this episode and the chronology of this episode is all out of whack. It seems like Elaine is trying to get the Chinese over, at least, a two day period. Then, in one scene, the delivery boy delivers the food to the apartment she has made out of the janitor's closet, yet in a few scenes later, Jerry visits her in the "closet" and asks "is the food here, yet?" and she says "No!" They obviously didn't check this episode for "continuity"!
I also think the "address" situation, where the Chinese food delivery is or isn't permitted is all off. They won't deliver to HER house, so she tries across the street. Yet, she orders the Chinese food from Jerry's apartment and then says she has to go "across the street" because her food is being delivered at 10!
When Kramer is telling Jerry and Elaine about the Knicks vs. Pacers game and mentions that he got into a fight with Reggie Miller, Elaine asks if Reggie Miller is Cheryl Miller's little brother. Then later, Elaine says "I didn't even know Cheryl Miller had a little brother." How would she assume that Reggie was Cheryl's little brother to start out with, Miller is a very popular surname in the United States.
At the end of the episode, Elaine can clearly be heard screaming "Suze", but for some reason the subtitles list it as "Susie".
In the scene where Peterman pulls up in his car at the funeral home, notice the illogical parking.
In this episode they cut back and forth between a daytime funeral and a "simultaneous" nighttime bar scene.
If George hung up the phone when he was on the line with Jerry and the other line clicked when he hung up both calls should have been lost but the phone still rang for his girlfriend
In regards to Kramer's watch, it's quite possible that after the hot tub incident he decided to use one. Think about it: he realized that he really couldn't rely on his "internal clock," so he got a watch instead. Simple enough.
Kramer clearly says that he doesn't use clocks, he tells time by the sun.
Kramer complains about it getting dark too early so he springs forward so that it will get dark later...not a goof that is exactly what he intended to do
Kramer never said he didn't use clocks he said he doesn't use alarm clocks.
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long running show, Classics, observational humor, grown up kids, feel good comedy