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GEORGE: Hey, at least I'm bringing something to this. GEORGE: (Reading the card from Whatley) "This holiday season a donation has been made in your name to the Children's Alliance."?
GEORGE: Hey, I work for Kruger Industrial Smoothing: "We don't care, and it shows." JERRY: (Notices George brought hhis mail) You're gonna open your mail here? He got me a piece of paper saying "I've given your gift to someone else!
(Scene ends) [Setting: Coffee Shop] (George enters) GEORGE: Hey.
(Starts flipping through envelopes, reads one ) "Have you seen me? (looks at next envelope) Woah, something from Whatley.
(Elaine starts laughing uncontrollably - and continues to do so) GEORGE: Jerry! JERRY: And weren't there a feats of strength that always ended up with you crying? (Gathers his things, and runs out of the coffee shop. It's like a long, bad movie, but you want to see the end of it! ELAINE: Alright, then, it's like a boring book, but you gotta finish it. ELAINE: (Irritated, and through clinched teeth) I want that free sub. High-end hoagie outfit like that, it's all computerized! KRAMER: (Correcting) No, they're not cloning sheep. I saw Harry Blackstone do that trick with two goats and a handkerchief on the old Dean Martin show! He digs through his coat, and pulls it out of the pocket) KRAMER: (Answering phone) Yeah, Go!
JERRY: And instead of a tree, didn't your father put up an aluminum pole? I bet I wrote that fake number on the back of it when I gave it to denim vest! ELAINE: I've eaten 23 bad subs, I just need 1 more!
But upon rewatching, you realize that, yeah, it is that bad. The story works best as an extended setup for the supersize L. The rest of the episode focuses on Jerry not wanting Elaine to move into his building. But here, the show's architects created an entire episode about it without once saying the word, instead creating their own language that doesn’t resort to cheap euphemisms.