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Craig







PostPosted: December 4, 2004 7:02 PM 

I like the Notes feature, although too fast at times for no reason.

I have found two mistakes. One was grammatical. I don't remember the episode, but it said "an liar."

The other was a biggie. In "The Letter", they said Phil Rizzuto was a long-time Mets(?!?!) announcer. They also said Tom Seaver was a Mets announcer. He is now, but he used to be a Yankees announcer (at least until 1989 when I lived in NY). So I'd imagine he was still doing Yankees games then.

I'm surprised they didn't mention the stock footage of the Yankees game was full of errors. The pitcher changed from #21 (Scott Sanderson, if memory serves) to #41. Pat Kelly (#14) can be seen playing third base where Charlie Hayes should have been.

Jeffrey
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PostPosted: December 12, 2004 8:08 AM 

I agree about the speed thing. Sometimes long pauses and then boom! 3 or 4 big paragraphs fly by.

I'm mad about Kramer entrance counter #50. (in 'The Tape') It's not an entrance! It's a return from commercial break with Kramer already sitting on the couch. That's not an entrance! Now the whole thing is ruined Crying or Very Sad

Bookman
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PostPosted: January 6, 2005 1:56 PM 

I'm watching "The Limo." It's almost 20 minutes into the episode. Kramer is on the street with Elaine, talking about "Helms, Hunt, and Liddy" and the CIA.

The notes say "Helms" is Senator Jesse Helms. Actually, "Helms" is Richard Helms, CIA Director in the late 60s and early '70s.

Sen. Jesse Helms was not connected to the Watergate scandal. (He's got problems, but Watergate isn't one of them.) I've read a lot of books on Watergate, and I've never come across Jesse Helms's name.


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