references to Seinfeld from other works

In episode We're Not From Here

When Ted and Barney are in the taxi with the two girls, Ted questions which road they are on. Barney, still posing as a tourist, says he's been watching too much "Steinfeld", referring ( Seinfeld ).

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In episode Ted Mosby: Architect

The "Vandelay" in Ted Mosby's architecture firm Vandelay, Druthers and Brody is a reference to Seinfeld . In Seinfeld, Art Vandelay is an architect psydonym used by George.

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In episode The Ex-Girlfriend

Jerry mentions the 1958 film The Blob .

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In episode The Stranded

Elaine's quote "The dingo ate your baby" is a reference to the film A Cry in the Dark in which an Australian woman, when accused of the murder of her child, claims a dingo ran off with it. The film is based on a true story.

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In episode The Jacket

Bud Abbott, whom George mentions, is half of the comedy duo Abbott and Costello .

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In episode The Ex-Girlfriend

After George receives a bill from his chiropractor, he says, "Seventy-five bucks? What, am I seeing Sinatra in there?" Coincidentally, Frank Sinatra died the same day the last episode of Seinfeld aired on NBC.

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