For the script for "The Robbery" listed on this website, I found George saying, "GEORGE: [screaming in bathroom] WHAT DID I PUT UP TO? WHAT DID
I PUT UP TO?"
But I think it may have been "Why did I put out two? Why did I put out two?" I think it was that he means he would have won if he'd put out an odd number fingers.
Posted: October 5, 2004 8:53 AM
I was watching Seinfeld the other day and per chance noticed an error in the dialogue from Mr Lipman.It was the episode dealing with "The Kramer" and Mr Lipman had just got off the phone and started explaining to Elaine, in his office, about this friend of his telling him bout a woman who was wearing a Baltimore cap (hat) and didnt want to take it off as she was sitting in the Yankees area.His dialogue was erroneous when mixing up the 'His' and 'her' vocab.Its a minor error, but it was funny to notice it.Didnt check the script though to see if the script was erroneous there as well.
Just an observation.
Bad Breaker Upper
Posted: October 5, 2004 1:07 PM
Yes Lloyd, I noticed that one too from the first time I saw that episode. I think they kept it in because it sounds so natural, the kind of thing anyone would do in a conversation. It's pretty cool, actually, because we all make those little mistakes once in a while when we're conversing, but never see it happen on TV or in a movie.