The gang goes out shopping for a joint gift for a couple who are about to get married. George is using his father's car and has trouble finding a parking. He reluctantly agrees to park in a handicapped spot that has serious repercussions when a disabled person is injured. An angry crowd takes care of the car as well. George and Kramer decide to do the right thing for injured person by buying her a new wheelchair - but don't want to spend too much money. They bought a large screen TV for their friends but are upset when the couple call off the wedding and the woman gives away all of their gifts to Charity. Written by
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When George visits his parents he sits down on the couch while his mother is playing Mahjong and he opens up a magazine. It's Glamour magazine which is what he was reading when his mom caught him in "The Contest". See more
After Frank's car is demolished by the angry mob in the parking lot, he tells George that he had that car for 8 years, and that he custom ordered the bench seat in the front, meaning that he must have bought the car brand new. The car is a mark 1 Ford Granada, which was made from 1975-1980. If he bought it in 1980, and had it for 8 years, that would make it 1988. The episode took place in 1993, which means the car must've been at least 13 years old, so he couldn't have custom ordered it 8 years before. See more
[trying to sell a wheelchair
This is our best model, the Cougar 9000. It's the Rolls-Royce of wheelchairs. This is like... you're almost glad to be handicapped!
When this episode originally aired, John Randolph
played Frank Costanza. In 1995, the scenes with Randolph were deleted and replaced with Jerry Stiller
as Frank for syndication reruns. Both versions are included in the 4th season DVD set, but the original is still shown on the satellite channel "Star World" throughout Asia. See more
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