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But Jerry and Elaine do get back together in "The Deal" and it is possible that he tells his parents that he has (why not he tells everyone else he has slept with her again?) and hasn't yet told them they are not a couple anymore.
In this episode Jerry's parents are at his house and he tells them that this is the first time Elaine as seen him flirt with another girl before and was feeling a bit awkward to ask her for the girls number. This indicates that Elaine and Jerry are not dating but in "The Pen" Jerry's parents think that Elaine and Jerry are still dating when they arrive at their condo in Florida.
Before leaving his apartment in Elaine's care, Jerry tells her that no meat should ever be kept in his fridge. However in the pilot episode, Kramer comes by to take meat for his sandwich and finds some in Jerry's fridge.
At the housewarming they are introduced to the waitress's new neighbor, as she walks away George mumbles "Nice meeting you" and shakes the waitress's hand instead of the neighbor's.
Jerry wants to sell Elaine his couch before she moves into his apartment. He tells her to "get it out of here" and "take it out the door". If she is moving in, the couch should not be going anywhere.
For the majority of the series, Jerry's apartment number is 5A (and is shown at least once as 3A). This apartment number is indicated in black letters and numbers on the apartment door. However, in this episode, Jerry's apartment number is 411, indicated in gold-colored metal numbers next to the door. Something else, also gold-colored metal, is mounted on Jerry's door instead.
While George is at the bank stand with a glass vase full of pennies he says that "he'll have to roll 6000 pennies by himself". I'd estimate about 50,000 pennies in that vase.
In Jerry's kitchen there is no shelf dedicated to all of his cereal like there is in later episodes. There is just a space between the rest of the cupboards.
In the opening scene the hallway of Jerry's apartment building is different than the hallway in "The Kiss Hello" episode.
In the beginning when George, Jerry, and Elaine are first talking at Monk's about the stock, George's drink fluctuates from cut to cut from half full to full.
At the end of the episode, George is smoking in the restaurant but in another episode, Kramer gets kicked out of the restaurant for smoking.
Yes, he may be "careful with money", but remember in "The Junior Mint", when he suddenly got 1900 dollars, he wanted to go down to the tracks and put it all on a horse. Jerry tells him to put it in the bank, and he says: "The bank?!?? This is found money! I want to parlay it! Make a big score!" And Jerry says: "Oh... you mean you want to lose it!"
At the coffee shop, Jerry and George agree that they will each put up $2500 for a total of $5000.
George: C'mon, go for twenty-five hundred. We'll do it together. Come on, come on. We're in it together.
Jerry: All right, twenty-five hundred.
As the stock continues to fall, the following exchange takes place:
Kramer: How much are you down altogether?
Jerry: I don't know.. fifteen hundred dollars.
Vanessa: I said, the market fluctuates. Remember?
Jerry: Look, Vanessa, of course the market fluctuates. Everybody knows that. I just got fluctuated out of four thousand dollars!
How could Jerry have lost $4000 if he only put up $2500?
George smokes a cigar when he is telling Jerry about the profit he made in stocks. It has been established in the episodes, The Wallet and The Invitations, that George doesn't smoke and he gets "nauseous" when he smokes cigars.
Jerry makes mention of Kramer looking at a woman on the street from "10 floors up" while in Jerry's apartment. Don't they live on the fifth floor?
The actress who plays Marlene the ex-girlfriend, Tracy Kolis, will later play the role of Kelly the waitress who lies about having a boyfriend to George in "The Soup" episode.
In this episode George mentions that he said "I love you " to his ex-girlfriend, but in the episode "The Face Painter" (6x23) he says that he has only said "I love you" to a dog.
The chiropractor charges George $75, and George, incredulous, says that he plans only to pay half. Then later in the coffee shop, Jerry reveals he paid the "extra $35." Either George paid more than he originally planned to, or even after Jerry's contribution, the doctor still only has $72.50.
This is the first time Jerry's unseen cousin Jeffery is mentioned.
Jerry is left handed, yet his baseball glove is for a right handed player. I guess it's possible for him to throw with his right hand, but I think this was simply a prop, and a continuity flaw.
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long running show, Classics, observational humor, grown up kids, feel good comedy