Seinfeld

Seinfeld (1990)

51 corrected entries

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The Bubble Boy - S4-E7

Corrected entry: The directions that Kramer finds to the cabin were actually the directions to the bubble boy's house, but he still ends up at the cabin.

Correction: Susan actually takes the directions to the bubble boy's house with her when she leaves Jerry's apartment. We can presume Jerry previously got the directions to the cabin, and left them on his counter.

The Muffin Tops - S8-E21

Corrected entry: Elaine tells Mr. Lipman about her muffin tops idea, then the next day he has opened a store to sell them. How in the world did he set up a store in just a day?

Correction: He bought out or became a partner in a pre-existing muffin store.

Myridon

The Airport - S4-E12

Corrected entry: When Jerry and Elaine are trying to get on the plane, they are told that the plane is full except for two seats, one in first class and one in coach. However, Elaine is later able to find an empty seat in first class, but there were only two openings, when they boarded.

Correction: People will often enough buy a ticket in advance, then not show up. The Computer will still register the seat as sold, and whoever it is might not have called ahead to tell them he couldn't make it.

The Dog - S3-E4

Corrected entry: When the trio first attempts to go to the movie, Jerry is wearing a blue shirt and green pants, but a few days later when the man comes to pick up his dog, Jerry is wearing the same outfit.

Ral0618

Correction: If it has been a few days, it shouldn't strike anyone as unusual that he could be wearing the same outfit. It certainly could be that no items were changed during shooting, but it is believable as a real life situation.

Zwn Annwn

The Pilot (2) - S4-E24

Corrected entry: Kramer walks into Jerry's apartment to get a Pepsi and tells Jerry that he would get Jerry's watch back (the one that Jerry threw away). Jerry then goes to Kramer's apartment door. When Kramer leaves Jerry's apartment, he has the Pepsi in his right hand. When Jerry tells Kramer that he had thrown away the watch, the Pepsi can is gone.

Correction: There was a promotion being run, for which you had to spot the Pepsi can in particular episodes and send in a postcard pointing out when you saw the Pepsi can.

The Face Painter - S6-E23

Corrected entry: Puddy says he was raised in New Jersey, and has been a Devils fan "since I was a kid." The Devils didn't move to New Jersey from Colorado until 1982, when Puddy would have already been a young adult.

Correction: That doesn't mean he wasn't a fan while they were in Colorado. I know lots of kids who like other cities' teams; it doesn't matter where you grow up.

Ral0618

The Label Maker - S6-E12

Corrected entry: In the episode where Jerry is going to the Superbowl, when he's going to sit down he says his seat is seat 4 and counts over to find his seat (and also to find Newman there). But the only empty seat in the row he's going down is the third seat. If his seat were the fourth, then Newman would have been sitting in his seat, so they both should be over one seat.

Correction: Not really a mistake. The tickets were a pair (seats 3 and 4), and Newman could have just been sitting in Jerry's seat, unsure who was taking the other ticket.

Ral0618

The Wife - S5-E17

Corrected entry: When Kramer is asked about urinating in the shower, he replies "I take baths." But in the episode with the low-flow shower heads, Kramer is disgusted by taking a bath, saying he was "lying in a tepid pool of my own filth."

Correction: As Kramer is so different and constantly doing weird things, it is not too hard to believe that in one episode he takes baths and another one he is reviled by them and has changed to showers. That is the nature of his character, to be indecisive and strange.

Show generally

Corrected entry: I've always wondered how Kramer is able to live in a New York City/Manhattan apartment. The guy has no job, no prospects of getting a job, doesn't seem to have money in the bank (or at least enough of it to cover the costs of living in his apt) and yet can afford to live there. To the best of my knowledge it is never explained how he's able to afford it. [This is supposed to be one of the eternal mysteries of Kramer. In fact, Jerry and Elaine discuss how great it must be to be Kramer in one episode ("He meets all these beautiful women, he falls a**backwards into money...").]

Correction: As Jerry, George and Elaine point out numerous times, Kramer always seems to "fall ass-backwards into money" (think: frivolous law-suits, crazy inventions, gambling, and don't forget his "Coffee Table Book" deal). Slightly unrealistic, sure; but explained throughout the show.

Show generally

Corrected entry: All of the cereal boxes on Jerry's shelf are alphabetized.

Correction: I know it gives this trivia on TBS Superstation, but if you'll look closely, it is not true. Often, Waffle Crisp is the first cereal in the row.

The Little Jerry - S8-E11

Corrected entry: Throughout the entire series, whenever Jerry calls out the window to Kramer, he calls UPWARD. Odd, since Kramer lives next door. This is especially obvious in this episode, when Jerry even says, "Kramer, I'm coming up. We got a cockfight to win."

Correction: While Kramer does live next door, Jerry calls up and out the window because Kramer is training Little Jerry on the roof.

Dandude776 1

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