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"Seinfeld" The Kiss Hello (TV Episode 1995) Poster

(TV Series)

(1995)

Goofs

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Anachronisms 

Ketchup has been in a squeeze bottle since the early 80s.
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Continuity 

When Kramer (Michael Richards) takes the photograph of Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld). Jerry is turning to his left side. When we see the photo however, he is looking from the right.
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When Jerry asks Elaine if Wendy is coming over, he takes off his jacket twice.
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Factual errors 

Kramer photographs Gerry with a Polaroid camera which takes pictures sized 3.1 in x 3 in with a border, saying later that he "took a double print". The photograph which he puts up in the lobby appears to be a 7 in x 5 in and has no border. It is not possible to take a double print from a Polaroid which has no negative.
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Miscellaneous 

Kramer decides to put all the residents' pictures up in the lobby of he and Jerry's building so everybody knows everyone else. While he hangs Jerry's picture in the lobby you can clearly see his own picture with only "Kramer" written under it. However, a resident ("Steve") comes down, presumably just coming to know Kramer from the picture and shouts "Hey, Cosmo!"
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George says ketchup should be in a squeeze bottle since mustard is but it has been since the 80s and Leo even mentions the squeeze bottle to Nana.
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Revealing mistakes 

When Wendy drops Elaine off after their trip, the blue screen outside the car is blue, rather than a street scene.
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The photo shown in the lobby is not from a Polaroid, but an ordinary paper print. Additionally, Kramer (Michael Richards) took the photo from a distance whereas the photo is a closeup of Jerry's (Jerry Seinfeld) face.
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