During seasons one to five, "New York Street" was the only set the writers could use to replicate New York City.
This scene, and additional scenes which take place in Jerry's car, were filmed on October 22 from to p.m.
The episode received a Nielsen rating of 10.9/17 and was positively received by critics.
George decides he wants to break up with his girlfriend Marlene, whose tendency to drag out conversations and phone messages irritates him to no end.
After being informed, George informs Jerry he has no problem with him dating Marlene.
The following night, Jerry asks Marlene to come to his apartment, but she tells him that it might be better not to date him anymore.
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Later, he remembers that he left some books in her apartment and persuades his friend Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld), the show's protagonist, to retrieve them.
Jerry starts dating Marlene, but once she begins to annoy him as much as she did George, he finds himself unable to break up with her because she has a "psycho-sexual" hold on him.
Co-written by the series' co-creators Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, the episode was inspired by one of Larry David's personal experiences.
Seinfeld's stand-up performances were filmed on October 29, 1990, along with the performances used in "The Pony Remark" and "The Busboy".
Filming of the episode took place on stage 19 of the CBS Studio Center in Studio City, Los Angeles, California.