A survivor of a shipwreck beats George out of an apartment, so George decides to tell the landlords the tragedies of his life in hopes of getting it back based on pity.

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Clarence
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Kevin Steinberg ...
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A shipwreck survivor beats George out of an apartment, so he decides to tell the apartment board the astonishing tales of Costanza. Elaine dates a guy who has had a series of really bad break-ups. Kramer gets a nagging cough and seeks veterinary advice. Jerry learns that Newman is up for a transfer to Hawaii and tries to help him deliver mail. Written by halo1k

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28 November 1996 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the ill-fated passenger liner which collided with the passenger liner MS Stockholm on 25 July 1956 in the fog south of Nantucket Island in the North Atlantic. Fifty-one people were killed on both ships and the Stockholm penetrated 40 feet into the Andrea Doria which took on water and capsized in about thirty minutes. The next morning the Andrea Doria sank and slipped beneath the waves. Many ships came to the rescue so that everyone who got off the ship was saved as opposed the disaster of the Titanic that occurred 44 years before. See more »

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Kramer tells George that 51 people died and 1660 were rescued from the Andrea Doria. The actual numbers are 46 dead with 1660 survivors. See more »

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George Costanza: Ahoy! Mr. Eldridge. I understand you were on the Andrea Doria.
Clarence: Yes, it was a terrifying ordeal.
George Costanza: I tell ya, I hear people really stuff themselves on those cruise ships.
[Laughs]
George Costanza: The buffet, that's the real ordeal, huh, Clarence?
[Laughs]
George Costanza: .
Clarence: [Defensively] We had to abandon ship.
George Costanza: Well, all vacations have to end eventually.
Clarence: The boat sank!
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Spoofs The Godfather: Part II (1974) See more »

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