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The Doll 

George freaks out when he discovers that Susan has a doll that looks exactly like his mother. Jerry decides to use that as a bit on the Charles Grodin show when his prop gets destroyed in ... See full summary »

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Cosmo Kramer
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Susan Ross
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The Maestro
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Sally Weaver
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Deena Lazzari
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John Lizzi ...
The Other Guy
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George freaks out when he discovers that Susan has a doll that looks exactly like his mother. Jerry decides to use that as a bit on the Charles Grodin show when his prop gets destroyed in his carry-on luggage, but fellow comedian Sally Weaver screws up his bit by bringing him the wrong doll. Written by halo1k

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22 February 1996 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Kramer is playing pool with George's dad and switches to the Maestro's baton, he says "I've got a hunch, fat man, that I don't miss." References The Hustler and Fast Eddie Felson calling Minnesota Fats "fat man" during their marathon games. See more »

Goofs

Elaine goes to see one of the Three Tenors singing. She refers to him as "The Other Guy" (aside from Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti, therefore being Jose Carreras), for she cannot remember his name. She buys a poster for the Maestro to get it signed by "The Other Guy". Once he signs it, she cannot understand the handwriting and keeps calling him funny names. However, when she spills the sauce over the poster, we can clearly see the beginning of the name "Carreras" on top of it. It is very unlikely that she has not read the names on the poster (and equally strange that a poster announcing the concert does not have the names of the tenors). See more »

Quotes

Jerry Seinfeld: It's because of her that bottle got broke that I was going to give to Charles Grodin on his show.
George Costanza: So call her up and tell her to bring you another one. She'll be delighted to talk to you.
Jerry Seinfeld: [while opening his cereal box] I will - don't worry.
[Plotting his revenge]
Jerry Seinfeld: In fact, I'll have her bring up a whole case of the stuff. It'll be really heavy. Let's see if she likes sitting on a plane with a big box on her lap!
Elaine Benes: That's sounds pretty juvenile.
Jerry Seinfeld: [...]
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Connections

References The Hustler (1961) See more »

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Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff
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