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- The Jerry/Lanette/Lyle story was based on the time the episode's co-writer, Alec Berg, invited an actress who had appeared in one episode of Seinfeld to come with him to the Oscars.
- Writers Alec Berg and Jeff Schaffer got the inspiration for the episode when they took a break from writing for calzones and their contribution to the tip jar went unnoticed.
- The episode's Kramer story was inspired by a college friend of writers Alec Berg and Jeff Schaffer.
- The various mattress store pun names were contributed by another Seinfeld writer, Alec Berg.
- Writers Alec Berg and Jeff Schaffer came up with multiple endings to the episode's different plot threads.
- The man in the photo with Christie is episode co-writer Alec Berg.
- Mackinaw peaches are a rare instance of an outright fantasy element in Seinfeld; both the name and the concept of peaches which are ripe for only two weeks were made up by writers Alec Berg and Jeff Schaffer.
- The character Alec Berg was named after a Seinfeld writer.
- It was directed by Bill Hader, who stars in the titular role, and co-written with Alec Berg.
- The episode was written and directed by Alec Berg, one of the show's executive producers.
- Seth's blowing off an important meeting to catch up with Jerry was based on a real-life encounter the episode's writers Alec Berg and Jeff Schaffer had with a college buddy (also named Seth) while walking the streets of New York City in search of ideas.
- Alec Berg received a nomination for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards for writing the episode.
- In May 2019, HBO confirmed that season six would be the final season and that it would consist of seven episodes; the show had production delays to accommodate producer Alec Berg, who runs the HBO comedy series Barry.
- The episode was directed by series co-creator Alec Berg and written by Liz Sarnoff, and originally aired on HBO on May 6, 2018.
- The episode was directed and written by Alec Berg, and originally aired on HBO on June 14, 2015.
- The episode was written and directed by Alec Berg and originally aired on HBO on December 8, 2019.
- Seinfeld had explained to writers Alec Berg and Jeff Schaffer that "Nice to see you" is acceptable even if one has never met the other person before, while "Nice to meet you" is seen as offensive if they have previously met.
- Alec Berg was nominated for an Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards for writing the episode at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards.
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