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"The Betrayal" is famous for using reverse chronology, and was inspired by a similar plot device in a Harold Pinter play, Betrayal.Some stories were inspired by headlines and rumors, as explained in the DVD features "Notes About Nothing", "Inside Look", and "Audio Commentary".
"The Old Man" episode featured a cantankerous character named "Sid Fields" as a tribute to the landlord on the team's TV show. In Episode 30, Kramer hears the famous Abbott and Costello line, "His father was a mudder.There are no fewer than twenty-two fictional movies featured, like Rochelle, Rochelle.Jerry Seinfeld is an avid Abbott and Costello fan, and has cited the Abbott and Costello Show as an influence on Seinfeld. We're always joking about how we do stuff from their show.The show about nothing was just a joke in an episode many years later, and Larry and I to this day are surprised that it caught on as a way that people describe the show, because to us it's the opposite of that." An episode is typically driven by humor interspersed with the superficial conflicts of characters with peculiar dispositions.Many episodes revolve around the characters' involvement in the lives of others with typically disastrous results.