On an amusing episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden from 2015, Jason Alexander got into character as George Costanza and re-recorded a personalized version of his classic voicemail message from Seinfeld for Kat Dennings. Here is the original scene from Seinfeld. Jason Alexander Re-Records Kat Dennings’ ‘Seinfeld’ Voicemail Greeting as George Costanza...
Cosmo Kramer and George Costanza show off their skating skills and take to the streets to drop a new shared part, presented by Stance. Jerry and Elaine approved the ripping. Check out Stance’s Seinfeld collection, available now. Skateboarding as Kramer by John McGuire. George Costanza by Wade Barth.
It’s time for some postgame theory.
Cosmo Kramer and George Costanza show off their skating skills and take to the streets to drop a new shared part courtesy of Stance. The post Fandom: Seinfeld X Stance appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
DJ George Costanza has dropped some of the most hard-hitting, conceptual mixes of this decade (maybe even the century?). First, there was the pop punk mix; then came the country rap mix; and now, Costanza completes the trilogy with his "Not a Phase" third wave ska mix.
Some of these make me really uneasy... (via) Does anyone else see Jerry Seinfeld and George Costanza? Dat booty doe. This is an EVIL roommate. Lots more funny things posted all day long on steveinaspeedo.tumblr.com. Steve in a Speedo http://iwannagetphysical.blogspot.com/
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If you've always seen yourself as a Monica Geller, George Costanza, Miranda Hobbes, Sheldon Cooper or Danny Tanner, we have news for you: Science says you might live longer than your laid-back, Uncle Jesse and Phoebe-esque friends. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Texans rookie Deshaun Watson has plenty to learn about playing quarterback in the NFL, but he’s picked up something from George Costanza already. Watson left Saturday night’s game against the Patriots on a high note by freezing defensive end Kony Ealy and changing direction before a sprint into the end zone for a two-yard touchdown. [more]
George from Seinfeld isn't exactly someone we'd want to emulate. (Well, except taking secret desk naps; that sounds awesome.) But according to a new study published in Nature.com's Scientific Reports, George was actually onto something with his whole talking-in-third-person thing. Show More Summary
You know that moment when you’ve been jolted out of your usual emotional state and into another more activated state? Maybe you’re walking down the street and someone bangs into you. Maybe you’re in your car and someone cuts you off. Maybe someone says something […]
Jason Alexander continues to enjoy the success that eluded his Seinfeld character, as Deadline reports that the erstwhile George Costanza has just picked up a straight-to-series order for his new comedy. Audience Network wants a full 10 episodes of Hit The Road, a show about a family band that’s full of disharmony. Show More Summary
A man was indicted on charges that he claimed falsely to be a registered architect. The New York attorney general couldn’t resist comparing him to George Costanza.
As bad as Donald Trump is at being POTUS, he is impressive in one area: Lying! Srsly, it may seem like a no-brainer, but obfuscation on this scale takes planning. Otherwise you end up like George Costanza on the floor screaming with your pants around your ankles. Related: Trump Supporters Threaten To #BoycottHawaii So what's Trump's strategy? Seth [...]
One of the regulars from NBC’s “Seinfeld” is headed back to the deli for a new series. It’s not the fictional Monk’s Cafe from the NBC show, but another deli, where Jason Alexander — “Seinfeld’s” George Costanza — and his...
If George Costanza is T-Bone, then Brock Osweiler should be known as Hot Potato, given that the Texans gave up draft picks to unload his $16 million guaranteed contract for 2017. Now that Osweiler temporarily resides in Cleveland’s hands, where will he go next? The Browns clearly don’t plan to keep him. The options are to…
As George Costanza once said, your wallet is an organizer, a secretary, and a friend. But the man’s overstuffed billfold also exploded in a burst of receipts, Irish money, and loyalty cards. So […] The post Never Lose Your Wallet, or Identity, With Solar-Charged Ekster appeared first on Geek.com.
Oh wow. We didn't know we needed this until right now. Youtuber DustinNotJustin created this beautiful video of George Costanza singing "Closer" by The Chainsmokers and we're no longer in need of serenity now. This video just speaksShow More Summary
Warren Frost, a veteran stage actor best known for playing characters like Doc Hayward on Twin Peaks, and George Costanza’s stern prospective father-in-law on Seinfeld, has died. He was 91. The father of Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost, Frost spent much of his post-War career in the theater, teaching for many years at the University of Minnesota. Show More Summary
Warren Frost, who played Will “Doc” Hayward on the original and upcoming versions of Twin Peaks and George Costanza’s cabin-cherishing almost-father-in-law on Seinfeld during a half-century acting career, died today in Middlebury, VT, after a long illness. Show More Summary