Despite ending more than 16 years ago, Seinfeld still resonates with people at large. In fact, any time there’s a hint of a reunion, people get excited—despite the fact that there’s already been one commercial with George Costanza and Jerry talking in the diner. Show More Summary
Seinfeld worked as well as it did largely because Jerry played the ultimate straight man at the center of a cast of weirdos. His character isn't funny without the George Costanzas of the world constantly freaking out around him, and they get funnier the more he futilely tries to reason with them. That's why a solo Jerry Seinfeld really needs Miranda Sings. Read more...
A reader remarks on a recent post: Long before Michael Woodley theorized it, the link between asexuality and genius was covered on Seinfeld, when George Costanza’s girlfriend had mononucleosis and couldn’t have sex with him for six weeks. The result, as you may recall, was that George dedicated all of that time and energy once […]
I’m the type of person that will avoid conflict, confrontation, and basically, any form of criticism at all costs.
There comes a time in every great artist’s career where they go off the deep end and try something experimental. It’s sort of like a George Costanza opposite moment for a musician—they do the exact opposite of everything they know and it leads to great success, at least for a little while. Show More Summary
The golden age of hats – what George Costanza called a “bald paradise” - has long passed and along with it, so have hundreds of huge hat-making factories.
I have been watching the over-sexualization of food with curious interest for several years now. My first hint of it was when Seinfeld character George Costanza's ultimate goal was to eat a pastrami sandwich and have intercourse contemporaneously. Then...Show More Summary
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After renewing my faith in American music with his legendary pop punk mix from last year, Thunderzone affiliate DJ George Costanza has put together another top notch mix for you. The “Country Rap Mix” may seem a little puzzling at first,...Show More Summary
If you’re in the market for a new wallet, we sincerely hope you’re considering some of the slimmer, more minimal offerings out there. No one wants a George Costanza situation. The post Deal Of The Day: 33% Off On The RFID Blocking Alpha Wallet appeared first on OhGizmo!.
By Keubiko: Fireman: "How do you live with yourself?" George Costanza: "It's not easy." - Seinfeld, "The Fire" Few people would now argue that markets are 100% efficient 100% of the time. What I find interesting is that several of these...Show More Summary
Jerry may have broken up with more women on "Seinfeld," but no one was more cowardly -- or superficial or illogical in their rationale for splitting up -- than George. (This is, after all, the guy who invented, perfected and patented the "it's not you, it's me" breakup technique.) Unfortunately, his ways have influenced others. Show More Summary
What would George do? A leadership lesson from Seinfeld's "opposite" episode. If there were an innovation Hall of Fame, it's unlikely that George Costanza and Jerry Seinfeld would be enshrined in its halls alongside the likes of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. Show More Summary
My daughter screams as she sits atop the frog and directs the spray from the outdoor fountain read more
MATTHEW CONTINETTI: 1,461 Days of Summer: Obama’s endless second-term vacation. He is like Cosmo Kramer of Seinfeld. ‘His whole life is a fantasy camp,’ George Costanza says of his friend. ‘People should plunk down $2,000 to live like him for a week.’ Imagine what they would pay to live like Obama.... In [...]
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George Costanza and Betty White take on the SyFy sequel. read more