George and Kramer Break Up
From Seinfeld

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Kramer and George go out to dinner, and Kramer, on behalf of George's girlfriend, Allison, talks about their relationship. Allison wants to break up with George. In his disappointment, George speaks to Kramer as if Kramer is Allison.


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