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Ann Morgan Guilbert (Evelyn) also worked with Sandy Baron (Jack) in the TV show Hey, Landlord.
Barney Martin (Morty) and Sandy Baron (Jack) also worked together in the episode "Jerry's Deli" of the TV show Life Goes On.
Jack Klompus first states that the tab for his and his wife's dinner was $19.44, but after discussing the money (after Marty Seinfeld says "make it twenty") he changes it to $19.45
This episode shows Uncle Leo as married to Stella, but no explanation is ever given as to why he is single in later episodes.
You can clearly see part of the set two times in this episode that you're not supposed to see at all. The mistakes occur during the night time. Looking out of the door of the Seinfeld's condo you can see the light reflecting off of the background meaning it's only a painting, and fake. Also note the shadows behind Jack and Jerry during the dinner are one dimensional when there was a railing back there.
When George and Jerry are waiting in line at the movie theater, the position of the poster behind them (for The First Power movie) keeps changing between shots although we don't see George and Jerry moving in the queue at all.
In this episode George says, "Isn't it more fun using the urinal?" However, in a previous episode he claimed to be a "stall guy."
There is no bicycle hanging in Jerry's hallway.
When George and Elaine are talking in the cafe Elaine is wearing a bracelet on her left wrist., but it switches to the right wrist in the next shot.
In this episode Jerry claims that he doesn't drink coffee and doesn't have any when Mr. Bookman asks for coffee. In the pilot, Jerry was seen drinking coffee.
Kramer claims that "a nickel a day for twenty years" would come to $50,000. Including the five leap years between 1971 and 1991, a nickel a day for twenty years only comes to $365.25.
They say Heyman is fired for giving George a wedgie. In the 1st shot Heyman goes for the waistband but the next shot it was only the students and Heyman is standing back.
Marion says that Mr. Bookman has been working at the library for 25 years, however, he states that 1971 was his first year on the job, which would mean he's been working at the library for twenty years, not twenty five.
Response: He only became the Library cop in 1971. Obviously, he was given a promotion.
When Mr. Bookman pays a visit to Jerry, he picks up a book from the shelf and subsequently places it back. Keep your eye on that book as you will see it move to a different position on the shelf just a few moments later.
When Jerry thinks back when he lent George the Tropic Of Cancer novel, he leaves on the note that he was late for Heyman's hygiene class, but 2 seconds later you see Heyman walk over and give George a wedgie. How could he be late for the class when the teacher isnt even in the class?
Response: It's pretty obvious Jerry didn't know Heyman was there.
In this episode, longtime Seinfeld contributor Larry Charles makes a brief cameo appearance. He is the unresponsive man walking by with long hair and sunglasses.
When Kramer is hiding the air conditioner in front of the car, you can see the wall wobble when he bangs against it which shows that it's a set.
This is the first time we see Kramer's car. The car is a Chevy Nova from the early to mid 1970s. He drives it in the entire series.
Kramer's unoffical catchphrase "Giddy Up" is first used in this episode.
When Jerry and George are walking down the stairway and takling about Red China, they are walking side by side. In the nest shot after they round the corner, they switched places.
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long running show, Classics, observational humor, grown up kids, feel good comedy