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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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

The sign in Guiseppe Costanza's shop window in Tuscany says "Costanza- import export" See more »

Goofs

You can see Estelle, George's mother, outside the door for a few seconds waiting for her cue to enter the billiards room where Kramer, Frank and The Maestro are playing pool. See more »

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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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References The Charles Grodin Show (1996) See more »

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Piano Concerto No. 1 - Allegro
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Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Plays when The Maestro is playing pool with Kramer and Frank
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