Kramer sold marijuana out of his apartment.Kramer really did have a job - if you can call pot dealing a job, that is. It appeared that he made a good profit, even though it also appeared that he smoked a considerable percentage of what he was selling. This theory explains: why he always had lots of money (always in cash, naturally) even though he didn't have a conventional career; why he was always in a daze; why he was always hungry; why he always seemed to be horny; why he was constantly falling over things; why his social network extended far and wide - even though he was an unmotivated doofus; and why he had strange people in his apartment at all hours of the day and night.
The corner of 1st and 1st is the nexus of the universe.Not a WMG - explicitly stated to be the case by Jerry.
Kramer is a Marauder and the Seinfeld-verse is his Paradox realmExactly What It Says on the Tin
The Lopper was Crazy Joe Davola.The last time we see Joe Davola is in the "The Pilot" when he tries to attack Jerry in the TV studio. We never find out what happened to him. Perhaps he was arrested for his attempted assault on Jerry and sent to prison. There, Joe became increasingly angry and hostile towards Jerry. When he got out of prison, he hated Jerry so much that he started beheading anyone who looked like him. Kramer did say that the Lopper's victims looked like Jerry. have the same conversation they had in the first episode.
The Bizarro version of GeorgeAt the same time as the events of "The Opposite," shouldn't the Bizarro counterpart of George (his name was Gene) have been doing the opposite of what he normally does? Obviously that is what he was doing. He ordered a tuna sandwich at his diner. Then he lied to his girlfriend about his lifestyle and was rejected for it. He tried sucking up to his boss (yes, his boss; he wasn't unemployed the way George was), but accidentally offended him instead and so got fired for it. Then he moved back in with his parents, at which point he realized that his normal course of behavior is right and his "do the opposite" idea was misguided.
The show they create at the end of the series is Jerry Seinfeld in the real worldThus Seinfeld and the real world are mutually fictional.
The policeman played by Neil Flynn in The Summer of George is actually The Janitor.That's totally what he'd do.
Kramer had undiagnosed Asperger's Syndrome.
Jerry actually lost his rematch with Duncan Meyer in "The Race".The happy ending we saw was just Jerry's imagination. This explains why Jerry's girlfriend Lois never appears again: she broke up with him after Jerry's masquerade was exposed. This also explains why Mr.Bevalaqua didn't realize that Jerry got a head start, despite said head start being very obvious. And even if Mr. Bevalaqua didn't realize what happened, Duncan should have.
When Kramer took karate, he trained at a Bobby Wasabi dojo.Which is why they now apparently group their students by age, not skill level.
The video clerk from "The Couch" is Spence.Before Spence was a token taker at the subway, he worked for a video store.
Tim Watley is Walt White.Walt will be put in witness protection, and must assume the identity of a New York dentist.