TV Episode | PG | | Comedy
According to interviews accompanying the DVD version, the writers were worried that the story might be offensive. Writer Larry Charles wrote a note that read, "Not that there's anything wrong with that", and Jerry Seinfeld recognized that if that line were added to the script it would not only be funny but it might make it less offensive. Seinfeld seemed to be proved right when the show won a GLAAD Media Award.
Not that there's anything wrong with that!
When George is visiting his mother in the hospital, the male nurse enters the room and gives Estelle's roommate, Scott a sponge-bath. U.S. hospitals do not have "coed" rooms, and Estelle and "Scott" would never be hospitalized in the same room together.