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Art Vandelay

PostPosted: January 19, 2004 5:06 PM 

a board member who judges who'll get the apartment at "The Andrea Doria":

KRAMER: The Andrea Doria collided with the Stockholm in dense fog 21 miles off the coast of Nantucket.

GEORGE: How do you know?

KRAMER: it's in my book - "Astonishing Tales of the Sea" 51 people died.
GEORGE: 51 people?! That's it?! I thought it was, like, a thousand!
KRAMER: There were 1,650 survivors.
GEORGE: That's no tragedy! How many people do you lose on a normal cruie? 30? 40?!


GEORGE: So, he's keeping the apartment. He doesn't deserve it, though! Even if he did suffer, that was, like, 40 years ago! What has he been doing lately?! I've been suffering for the past 30 years up to and including yesterday!

JERRY: You know, if this tenant board is so impressed with suffering, maybe you should tell them the "Astonishing Tales of Costanza".

GEORGE: I should!

Mike Moffit (aka: Kevin Youkilis)

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PostPosted: March 12, 2009 10:44 PM 

This was also the episode wherein Elaine dates a guy who turns out to be a bad breaker-upper. When she dumps him, he calls her "bid head." She and Jerry initially laugh about it - "It's almost a compliment," he says. "It may be the nicest thing anyone's ever said to me," she says. But eventually it catches up with her, and ultimately a bird flies into her "giant freak-head." (The man sitting next to her on the park bench says: "He flew right into your head, like he couldn't avoid it...haven't seen that before."
Anyway, George obviously doesn't think the Andrea Doria, relative to other sea catastrophes, was a big deal. "It eased into the water like an old man into a warm bath." I think he thought Mr. Eldridge's suffering was, well, phony. JUST LIKE JERRY!

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