Seinfeld

Trivia: The voice of George Steinbrenner on the show is co-creator Larry David.

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Trivia: No matter who the characters in Seinfeld call, they never have to look up the phone number in the phone book. They have the phone numbers to every restaurant, hotel, and business memorised.

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The Robbery - S1-E2

Trivia: Michael Richards invented his patented Kramer entrance in this episode on accident. He missed his cue and thought he would make up for lost time.

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Trivia: In every episode of Seinfeld there is a Superman reference somewhere.

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The Parking Garage - S3-E6

Trivia: The Parking Garage was originally written to end with Kramer driving around the mall, but the actual car wouldn't start, so they went with that ending.

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The Good Samaritan - S3-E20

Trivia: Helen Slater (Jerry's interest in this episode) played the lead in the movie Supergirl. Jerry is a huge Superman fan.

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The Soup Nazi - S7-E6

Trivia: When Kramer is in the soup shop talking to the Soup Nazi there is a black board on the wall that has all the soups on it. If you look closely Mulligatawny (Kramer's soup), Crab Bisque (Jerry's soup), Turkey Chili (George's soup), and Jambalaya (Newman's soup) are all in order.

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The Parking Garage - S3-E6

Trivia: In this episode, Kramer was supposedly carrying an air conditioner in an awkward-shaped box. To make it more realistic, actor Michael Richards actually did carry around an air conditioner for the entire episode.

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Trivia: Jason Alexander was always fitted with an outfit that was one size too small. This was done to make George look "uncool." On the flip side of the coin, Michael Richards was always fitted with an outfit that was one size too big, to make Kramer appear loose and lanky.

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The Heart Attack - S2-E8

Trivia: Larry David, creator of Seinfeld, is the B-movie actor who yells something Jerry writes down, but later he can't read his own writing.

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The Pool Guy - S7-E8

Trivia: When Jerry, Elaine, and Susan are at the movie "Chunnel", Susan is annoyed while Jerry and Elaine are talking during the movie. Listen to the movie dialogue in the background of the scene. The voice which yells "Everyone out of the chunnel!" is that of co-creator Larry David.

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The Masseuse - S5-E9

Trivia: One of the subplots concerned Elaine's new boyfriend, "Joel Rifkin". Within the episode, Elaine wanted her boyfriend to change his name because he shared the same name as the serial killer named Joel Rifkin who had been arrested June '93. She has a conversation with her boyfriend, Joel, and suggests he change his name to the less scary Dion, Ned, Remy and then O.J. The show aired in November, 1993, seven months before football Hall of Famer O.J. Simpson would be tried for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

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Trivia: Christa Miller, (Kate on The Drew Carey Show and Jordan on Scrubs) guest starred in two different roles on Seinfeld. First, she was Ellen in the episode, "The Sniffing Accountant", in '93 and later Paula, in the episode, "The Doodle" in '95.

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The Handicap Spot - S4-E22

Trivia: This is the episode where George's parents make their debut and when it originally aired, another actor played the part of George's father. When the role was recast with Jerry Stiller, all the scenes in this episode were re-shot.

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The Marine Biologist - S5-E14

Trivia: Co-creator Larry David can be heard as the bystander on the beach who calls out "Is anyone here a Marine Biologist?"

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Trivia: In 2001, NBC offered Jerry Seinfeld $5 million per episode for another season. Seinfeld declined.

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The Library - S3-E5

Trivia: Marian the librarian gets her name from the famous play/movie The Music Man, which includes a song called "Marian the Librarian".

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The Sniffing Accountant - S5-E4

Trivia: The blue jumper in the episode that Jerry wears, and that Kramer also ends up wearing that made people sniff appears in a later Seinfeld episode where George is dating the daughter of a welfare officer. She can be seen wearing it when they are sitting in George's car at one point.

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The Parking Garage - S3-E6

Trivia: Not only was Michael Richards carrying an air conditioner the entire episode, he cut his lip on it as he was putting it into the trunk of the car.

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The Alternate Side - S3-E11

Trivia: The voice of the car thief who Jerry talks to on the phone is co-creator Larry David.

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The Dog - S3-E4

Trivia: The man whose dog Jerry is stuck watching is named after Larry David's manager, Gavin Palone. (Palone is also one of the executive producers of Curb Your Enthusiasm.

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The Revenge - S2-E7

Trivia: The voice of the unseen Newman was originally co-creator Larry David, but for American syndication, Wayne Knight's voice was dubbed in.

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The Gum - S7-E10

Trivia: The man who returns George's $20 bill and says "Sorry, your highness, but we don't accept bills with lipstick on the president", is the show's co-creator Larry David.

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The Airport - S4-E12

Trivia: When Elaine is talking to the male flight attendant about her meal that she ordered in advance, the voice that answers out that he thinks he has her meal is co-creator of the show Larry David.

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The Big Salad - S6-E2

Trivia: When Jerry and Elaine discuss how evil Newman is, Elaine comments "Maybe he's an enigma, a mystery wrapped in a riddle." This quote from Winston Churchill was referenced in JFK (1991), which featured Newman actor Wayne Knight.

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The Merv Griffin Show - S9-E6

Trivia: When Kramer is hosting the show and starts getting a little nervous about Jerry's "questionable material" he tells Newman to put on a tape and it starts playing some music while he talks to Jerry. The music that he puts on is the same music they used in the episode "The Pilot (2)" for the "Jerry" pilot.

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Trivia: Frank Costanza's distinctive way of talking was actually the result of Jerry Stiller constantly forgetting his lines.

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The Pilot (2) - S4-E24

Trivia: The Green Peace worker in the boat at the end telling Russell that he will write to Elaine is series co-creator Larry David.

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The Puerto Rican Day - S9-E20

Trivia: Recognize the driver of the maroon Golf? That's because he is the same man that Jerry walked out of "Death Blow" with in season 7.

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The Muffin Tops - S8-E21

Trivia: Newman's appearance in the episode is an obvious reference to Harvey Keitel's character The Wolf in "Pulp Fiction". Before Newman arrives, Elaine mentions that he "makes problems go away" just like The Wolf. Newman even uses the same "If I'm curt" line.

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The Bizarro Jerry - S8-E3

Trivia: Throughout the entire show, a Superman figure can be seen on the shelf in Jerry's apartment. When Elaine goes to "Bizarro Jerry"'s apartment, a figure of Bizarro can be seen standing on the cabinet.

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The Finale (2) - S9-E24

Trivia: In the Seinfeld Finale, Jerry and George have a conversation in the jail cell about the positioning of a button on George's shirt. For those viewers who don't know or don't remember, that is why George asks, 'Haven't we had this conversation before?', because this is the same conversation that started off the series in the very first episode.

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The Chinese Woman - S6-E4

Trivia: In the very beginning of the episode the person wearing the cape is none other than co-creator Larry David.

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The Junk Mail - S9-E5

Trivia: At the beginning of the episode we see George on the couch in Jerry's apartment reading a copy of GQ. On the cover is Marissa Tomei who George has a major crush on and in another episode had a dream sequence involving her in his apartment.

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The Secret Code - S7-E7

Trivia: George's secret code is revealed to be Bosco. Earlier in the episode, when he is arguing with Susan about the secrets they keep from each other, he ends the scene by saying "We're out of Bosco."

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Trivia: Lauren Bowles, who guest starred in several episodes as a waitress at Monk's, is Julia Louis-Dreyfus' half-sister.

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The Revenge - S2-E7

Trivia: The idea of George returning to work and pretending he didn't really quit was based on a real-life incident. Before co-creating "Seinfeld", Larry David once yelled at a "Saturday Night Live" producer and stormed off the set (he was a sketch writer), only to return the following Monday and act as if it never happened. He actually got away with it.

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The Bookstore - S9-E17

Trivia: In Jerry's dream of Leo doing pull-ups. Leo has a tattoo on his back that says "Brentano's", the name of the bookstore Leo got caught stealing from.

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The Van Buren Boys - S8-E14

Trivia: Despite Christine Taylor (the woman Jerry is dating in the episode) now being the real-life daughter-in-law of Jerry Stiller (who plays George Costanza's dad), Taylor didn't meet Jerry's son, Ben Stiller, until 2 years later.

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The Mom & Pop Store - S6-E8

Trivia: The end scene on the bus, when Kramer tells Jerry he's falling apart is a tribute to the film, "Midnight Cowboy" where Ratso tells Joe Buck he's falling apart. Joe Buck was played by Jon Voight, who appears in this episode.

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The Chinese Restaurant - S2-E11

Trivia: After Elaine approaches the table and asks for the egg-roll, the customers begin talking amongst themselves. One of the voices belongs to co-creator Larry David, though he wasn't actually sitting at the table.

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The Wink - S7-E4

Trivia: In reference to (the real) George Steinbrenner's habit of hiring and firing Billy Martin as the Yankees' manager, in one scene Steinbrenner lists all the managers he has fired and mentions Martin four times.

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The Cafe - S3-E7

Trivia: In the scene where Elaine is doing the I.Q. test for George, Babu hands Kramer a face towel, and in his reaction to the towel being too hot, he falls over the chairs and tables. This was totally improvised and the reaction of both Elaine and Babu is one of surprise.

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Trivia: Ruth Cohen, who plays the Monk's Café cashier, appears in 101 of the 180 Seinfeld episodes, more episodes than any character outside of the four main cast members. She is not speaking in most of these appearances, however.

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