"All right, George, all right, I'm sorry. I'm very sorry. I'm so sorry that I didn't want your rather bulbous head struggling to find its way through the normal-sized neckhole of my finely knit sweater."
George is thrilled to hear that Jason is currently on the step in the program where he will be apologizing to the people he has offended and/or harmed with his drinking, because Jason will finally have to apologize for his refusal to lend him a sweater at a party he had thrown and a humiliating comment he had made in front of a lot of people about how George's head would have stretched out the neckhole on the sweater.
Jason refuses to apologize to George and lets him know that he had refused to lend him the sweater out of genuine concern for its neckhole and not because of his drinking. George persists in getting his apology from Jason, even showing up at Jason's place of employment to receive it and turning Jason into his sponsor at A.A. for not properly following its guidelines. The stress of dealing with George is too much for Jason and he relapses back into alcoholism. To make matters worse, his infuriating experience with George leads him to believe he has a problem with "rage", and winds up in Rageaholics Anonymous, in addtion to AA .