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Uploaded on May 6, 2011

After nearly 50 years in the business, "Seinfeld" actor Ian Abercrombie died on Thursday at 77 years old. his most recent television run was on the Disney channel hit "Wizards of´╗┐ Waverly Place," playing three-thousand-year-old wizard school headmaster, Professor Crumbs.
Abercrombie earned roles in a breadth of TV genres including parts in "Columbo" (1972), "Who's The Boss" (1985), "Dynasty" (1984-1988), "Birds Of Prey" (2002-2003) and "Desperate Housewives" (2006).

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Cut back to Elaine at Mr. Pitt's. There are pairs of socks everywhere. Pitt has on the latest pair.

PITT: It's good, but...
ELAINE: But what??
PITT: Ultimately I don't think they'll stay up.
ELAINE [pulling up Pitt's socks]: No, no! They'll stay up!
PITT: For a while, yes, but not in the long run.
ELAINE: But that's why I got you the tighter ones! [Holds them up.]
PITT: Oh, forget about those! [Takes the socks from Elaine and throws them on the floor.] Why do you keep mentioning those?
ELAINE: What do you want!?
PITT: I want a decent sock that's comfortable, that will stay on my foot!!
[Elaine curls up into a fetal position.]

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