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Daily Deal: Nimble RFID-Blocking Wallet

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The days of lugging around and sitting on a George Costanza wallet are long gone. Your phone can keep tabs on all of those bits of paper so all you need is a place for some cash and your cards. The Nimble RFID-Blocking Wallet fits the bill with its slim and functional design. Show More Summary

4 Real-Life George Costanzas

2 days agoHumor : Cracked.com

By Kathy Benjamin Published: June 29th, 2015

Name Your Kid 'Quinoa' and Get $10K Worth of Free Food

George Costanza thinks this is a great idea. Take note, neo-hippies: Southern California-based chain BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse is offering big bucks to the first parents to name their newborn child "Quinoa." Parents of a child born...Show More Summary

Jason Alexander Explains Why George Costanza’s Fiancée Susan Was Killed on ‘Seinfeld’

Even though the series finale of Seinfeld was considered disappointing by some, you can’t deny the series is one of the best comedies that television has seen in the past 25 years. One of the more bold moments from the show’s run was...Show More Summary

? Listen: DJ George Costanza - “Cringeworthy Mix”

DJ George Costanza, one half of noise pop/rainbow rockers Extreme Animals, just dropped one of 2k15’s most essential mixes. The “Cringeworthy Mix” from Costanza (real name David Wightman) remixes the sappy, early to mid-2000s MOR artists your parents, and I, still listen to, including Counting Crows, David Gray, and James Blunt. Show More Summary

Jason Alexander -- I Didn't Know Who Steinbrenner Was ... Before 'Seinfeld' Gig

Much like George Costanza, Jason Alexander had to pretend at a job he was pretending to have. Alexander was out and about in New York City when our photog tried to chat him up about the New York Yankees, figuring…

'George' Is Really Regretting Those Seinfeld Comments

Jason Alexander is sort of wishing he hadn't retold an old Seinfeld story to Howard Stern Wednesday. As Alexander, aka George Costanza, explains on TwitLonger, Stern asked about the actress who played George's fiancee Susan, who was killed by toxic glue on the show. When Stern said, "Julia Louis Dreyfuss...

Jason Alexander Is Really Sorry, Didn't Actually Kill Off Susan

Following his appearance on Howard Stern, Seinfeld actor Jason Alexander has apologized to Heidi Swedberg, who played George Costanza’s fiancée Susan, for saying she was “fucking impossible” to work with. Read more...

Susan Was Killed Off Seinfeld Because the Cast Couldn't Work With Her

During a recent appearance on Howard Stern, Seinfeld alum Jason Alexander divulged the reason why Susan, the fiancée of his character George Costanza, was killed off by in a freak envelope poisoning incident before she and George could get married. Read more...

Jason Alexander Feels “Officially Awful” for Explaining Why Susan Was Killed Off

Just a day after explaining to Howard Stern that George Costanza’s fiancée Susan was killed off because Jason Alexander had poor… Read More

Jason Alexander Reveals the Unexpected Reason Seinfeld Killed Off Susan

Years after the character of Susan Biddle Ross died from licking too many toxic wedding invitation envelopes on Seinfeld, we finally know why she met such an untimely death. Jason Alexander, aka George Costanza, talked about the bizarre decision on The Howard Stern Show this week. Show More Summary

Jason Alexander Reveals (Again) the Uncomfortable Reason That Susan — George’s Fiancee on ‘Seinfeld’ — Had to Be Killed Off … and Why Alexander Is Now Apologizing; In Case You Missed It the First Time, Here’s the Video

One “Seinfeld” storyline that left a bad taste in many viewers’ mouths involved the death of the character Susan, who was engaged to George Costanza until she died from licking poisonous envelopes. Jason Alexander, who played George on the show,...

‘Seinfeld’ Killed Off Susan Because She Had Bad Chemistry with George, Says Jason Alexander

As Seinfeld fans likely remember, George Costanza’s fiancee Susan Ross was killed off at the end of the show’s… Read More

Jason Alexander Reveals Why Susan Was Killed Off On 'Seinfeld'

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Remember Susan Ross? Of course you do: she was George Costanza's fiancée who died from licking envelopes on "Seinfeld." Since the 1996 Season 7 finale, fans have wondered why Heidi Swedberg's Susan was axed from the sitcom. The rumor was that Jason Alexander didn't like working with her. Show More Summary

Jason Alexander Reveals Danny DeVito Turned Down Seinfeld Role

Jason Alexander is synonymous with George Costanza. But that almost wasn't the case. While on the Howard Stern Show, Alexander and host Howard Stern discussed the other famous names who tested...

'George' Reveals Why Seinfeld Killed Susan

In Seinfeld's seventh season, George Costanza's fiancee, Susan, was killed by toxic glue on their wedding invitations—and the man who played Costanza has now revealed that the cast had plotted to have her killed. Jason Alexander told the Howard Stern Show yesterday that while Heidi Swedberg, who played Susan,...

Jason Alexander's 'Seinfeld' fiancee Susan killed off due to 'bad chemistry'

It's been speculated for years that George Costanza's (Jason Alexander) fiancee Susan (Heidi Swedberg) was killed off in Season 7 of "Seinfeld" because the two actors couldn't stand each other.Now Jason Alexander is clearing up the rumors...Show More Summary

Jason Alexander finally revealed why this 'Seinfeld' character was killed off.

4 weeks agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

The actor told Howard Stern why the character of Susan, George Costanza's fiancée, had to die. Jason Alexander and Heidi Swedberg in Seinfeld. Their faces also represent how the actors felt working together. (via NBC) Seinfeld fans have long discussed the death of Susan Ross, George's longtime on-again, off-again girlfriend. Show More Summary

Jason Alexander reveals why 'Seinfeld' killed off Susan

Turns out it wasn't just bad wedding invitations that killed Susan Ross. In fact, it was the actress' complete lack of comedic chemistry with the Seinfeld cast that led to the death of George Costanza's fiancé. Jason Alexander revealed the details surrounding Susan's untimely demise during a visit to the Howard Stern Show on Wednesday. Show More Summary

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