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  • I feel like I'm gonna throw up.

  • Wait, what about your vomit streak?

  • I know I haven't thrown up since june 29th, 1980.

  • Welcome to watch mojo and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 Seinfeld mistakes that were left in the show.

  • Did you ever see him throw up?

  • We talked about that already for this list will be looking at the editing blunders and inconsistencies that were left in this show about nothing, since some of the errors might give away some important moments in the sitcom.

  • This is your spoiler warning.

  • Did you catch any of these mistakes on your first watch?

  • Let us know in the comments below Number 10, the wedding ring, You have a nice ride, great ride.

  • Oh, that's good because it was your laugh, you'll definitely need a sharp eye to notice the small wardrobe error in this season seven episode.

  • When Elaine and Kramer can't decide who has rightful possession of a bike, they go to Newman to find an unbiased solution to their argument, interesting dilemma.

  • Each of you seemingly has a legitimate claim to the bicycle and yet the bicycle can have only one rightful owner.

  • Quite the conundrum, as Newman contemplates their situation, you can spot a major costume mistake, actor, Wayne Knight is still wearing his wedding ring on his left hand.

  • However, when he delivers his final decision to cut the bike in half the ring is gone.

  • Not easy questions to answer.

  • Not for any man, but I have made a decision, we will cut the bike down the middle and give half to each of you while this moment has us wondering who would marry Newman.

  • We also start thinking about who let this mistake slip by number nine jerry's non vomit streak.

  • When George and Elaine end up hanging out without jerry, they realize things get pretty awkward and boring when it's just the two of them.

  • So I've been here about six years 86 87 88 89 90 91 fortunately their conversation takes off when they start making fun of jerry, you don't tell him no, So funny.

  • I know.

  • Have you ever seen him throw up?

  • Oh, The professional comedian is strangely proud of the fact that he hasn't lost his lunch since 1980.

  • Why haven't vomited in 13 years?

  • Get out?

  • Not since june 29th, 1980 you remember the date?

  • Unfortunately this precise mention of Time throws a wrench in the timeline.

  • Elaine stated that she moved to new york in 1986 so how would she have known what jerry looks like throwing up if the last time it happened was 1980 the only time she could have seen him thrown up is in the season five episode, the dinner party when a black and white cookie finally ends his streak mary, I think you broke my toe where you going, 14 years down the drain number eight Georgia's briefcase.

  • This is a crude mock up of the conference room 1 14.

  • When did you build this thing?

  • Yesterday, Took the day off after Susan's untimely passing.

  • George is tasked with running the foundation created in his late fiancee's memory.

  • An offhand cough from someone in the organization makes George paranoid about how others feel about him.

  • Well you should choose the poem since you knew Susan best at the time of her unfortunate accident.

  • So he forgets a briefcase with a tape recorder at the meeting to hear what everyone really thinks when he confronts the board about the strange contents on the recorder, the suitcase is wide open for the majority of the scene.

  • Let's start with with you George Quinn here was moving a chair.

  • He lost his balance and dropped it.

  • But there's a moment where the briefcase is suddenly closed.

  • We really doubt George closed and reopened the briefcase with lightning speed during his dramatic outburst.

  • Hello!

  • Rumple metallics go on and someone crying out.

  • Dear God, number seven, exact change.

  • A starving George turns his attention to a Twix bar in the vending machine while hanging in a car dealership Twix B five after he repeatedly fails to get the candy with the crumpled dollar bill, he resorts to looking under the machine for loose change.

  • He tells jerry he just needs another nickel.

  • Why don't you just go to the cashier?

  • The cashier is at lunch, which is where I'd like to be, How much was under there?

  • I think something bit me.

  • We just need another nickel.

  • We then watch them proceed to pay for the 50 cent candy bar with three coins.

  • However, this doesn't add up since quarters are worth 25 cents, dimes are worth 10 and pennies are worth one.

  • We can't think of a single coin combination with a nickel that would add up to 50 cents.

  • Come on jump.

  • Maybe this mathematical mistake is why George still never got his Twix.

  • The candy bar is paid for and yet remains dangling in the machine.

  • It's where was my Twix?

  • That guy's number six.

  • The bathroom door when jerry forgets his new girlfriend's name and only knows that it rhymes with a part of the female anatomy.

  • It's only a matter of time before he has to take a stab at it.

  • What about you?

  • Did people make fun of your name?

  • Are you kidding?

  • They were merciless.

  • What do you expect when your name rhymes with a part of the female anatomy in this scene, She's giving him a shoulder rub when he decides to test the waters with his best guess.

  • Nothing really just a homicide.

  • That's terrific.

  • This exchange is so funny that we're almost completely distracted from the bathroom door in the background.

  • As the scene cuts between different angles during their conversation, The door keeps alternating between open and closed.

  • What Mulva?

  • Malda.

  • My uh my aunt's name is Mulva, since there were probably a few takes of this hilariously awkward scene, we can see how this blunder ended up in the final cut of the episode.

  • Number five siblings.

  • It can take a while to fully flesh out a character's backstory in a long running sitcom.

  • Who's polling?

  • Wait a minute.

  • Oh my God.

  • My brother once impregnated a woman named pauline.

  • You think about her when I hear a name mentioned, this opens the door for inconsistencies.

  • When jerry sees his uncle's receptionist in the chinese restaurant, he worries that Gospel travel through his family and reach his sister.

  • Nobody ever disappears through my hands.

  • My aunt to my mother, my mother and my uncle, my uncle and my cousin, my cousin and my sister.

  • My sister to me, but she's never mentioned again.

  • George also claims to have a brother when he sees a psychic and while he tries to find parking, can't park in the garage.

  • Why?

  • I don't know.

  • I just can't.

  • Nobody my family can pay for parking.

  • It's a sickness.

  • My father never paid for parking.

  • My mother and my brother, nobody, we can't do it.

  • Neither of these sudden siblings are ever even mentioned by Seinfeld's or Costanza's parents.

  • And based on the way both George and jerry interact with their parents were much more inclined to believe that they're both only Children.

  • It's really happening.

  • It's like a dream.

  • Oh, it's true.

  • All right.

  • Let's go.

  • Don't get in trouble with the Yankees.

  • You'll be nice.

  • Number four, I trust Elaine you said you're gonna be here a certain time and you weren't Uh huh And this all means what?

  • Well, it means that a man has come from very far away to compete in a very difficult race.

  • He's put his faith in you.

  • And frankly, I'm a little concerned when marathon runner jean paul comes to stay with Elaine, jerry is skeptical of her ability to get him to the race on time.

  • He eventually becomes obsessed with this predicament and insists on getting the runner out of her apartment.

  • You'll have a wake up call, jean paul, a wake up call.

  • These people never fail.

  • They sit in a room with a big clock all night long just waiting to make that call.

  • No, I will stay with Elaine.

  • It would be rude in classic Seinfeld fashion, john paul is inadvertently kicked out of Elaine's place the night before the marathon.

  • Hell are you doing harassing my tenants?

  • Come on you, son of a bit, I'm just trying to be friendly.

  • All right, that's it.

  • Let's go, man.

  • I gotta risk tomorrow when she goes out searching for him, jerry snagging echoes in her head as she walks down the dark streets of new york.

  • She even here's jean paul say I trust Elaine, she is my friend, He's put his faith in you, he's put his faith in you.

  • I trusted me and she is my friend, I trusted me and she is my friend, frankly, I'm a little concerned, but since that line was never actually said by jean paul in the episode we found it strange that she would hear this dialogue at all.

  • Number three jerry's apartment number big fans of Seinfeld will know that jerry lives in apartment five A.

  • However, this wasn't always the case during the early days of the sitcom.

  • It took a while to settle in on the exact location of jerry's place in the building in season one.

  • The door that George and jerry walk up to is marked his unit 4 11.

  • You sure the floss was the catalyst?

  • Yes, I am.

  • You don't think it might have had anything to do with that.

  • You don't like this looks like your belt is digesting a small animal.

  • But the audience sees a three A.

  • On jerry's door in the episode the phone message Kramer, this is Donna Cotton Dockers.

  • All right, we should be going, come on where We don't lie.

  • Don't bother, don't bother.

  • I'm leaving in the very next episode.

  • The apartment number is finally five A.

  • This is how the door looked for the rest of the series.

  • Since the apartment was labeled five A.

  • In a season nine flashback, it seems like Riders finally figured out exactly where this comedian lived.

  • Do you need any help?

  • No thanks.

  • But I ordered a pizza.

  • You want some of it?

  • No, no, no, I I couldn't impose.

  • Why not?

  • We're neighbors.

  • What's mine is yours?

  • Number two.

  • The moving books after jerry gets fine for a book that's 20 years overdue Library sends their no nonsense investigator after him.

  • Look Mr Brooklyn, I returned that book.

  • I remember it very specifically.

  • You're a comedian.

  • You make people laugh.

  • I try.

  • You think this is all a big joke, don't you?

  • While Lieutenant Bookman is in his apartments, he takes a black book, glances at it and places it back on the shelf in front of a pink one.

  • But when the camera cuts back to the detective, the black book is slotted behind the pink one.

  • Happy Hoffman telling everybody to steal books.

  • I don't judge a man by the length of his hair.

  • The kind of music he listens to rock was never my bag.

  • But you put on a pair of shoes when you walk into the new york public library fella.

  • Since we don't think Lieutenant Bookman could make a mistake like this, we'll chalk this up to an editing inconsistency Philip baker hall is hilarious performance as the library cop is also so good in this episode.

  • That will let this blunder slide.

  • This is about that kid's right to read a book without getting his mind warped.

  • Or maybe that turns you on Seinfeld.

  • Maybe that's how you get your kicks.

  • You and your good time buddies.

  • Well, I got a flash for you, Joy boy.

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