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Trump's Entrance

Althouse shows Trump's entrance at the GOP Convention last night and compares it to some other famous profile moments, including Hitchcock's. The George Costanza clip is also memorable.

The Story Behind Susan’s Death on Seinfeld

Last year, Jason Alexander spoke about why George Costanza's fiancée, Susan, was killed off on Seinfeld. In her book, Seinfeldia, Jennifer Keishin Armstrong gives the full story behind the character's death by envelopes. We've excerpted it below — for more behind-the-scenes stories from Seinfeld, listen to the latest edition of ... More »

Jerry Seinfeld's Popularity Is a Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery Inside of a Bag of Airplane Peanuts, As Far As Jiminy Glick Is Concerned

Jiminy Glick was a real George Costanza on Tuesday's Maya & Marty, poo-pooing all over the success of the blank-faced Jerry Seinfeld. Jerry tries to tell him what the deal behind his popularity is (it's the airplane peanuts!), but Glick isn't having any of Seinfeld's minutia. "It's unfair to the ... More »


LORETTA LYNCH MORPHED INTO GEORGE COSTANZA SO SLOWLY, I HARDLY EVEN NOTICED: ‘I Wouldn’t Do It Again’: Lynch Admits Meeting With Bill Clinton ‘Raises Questions And Concerns.’ “Was that wrong? Should I have not done that? I tell you, I gotta plead ignorance on this thing because if anyone had said anything to me at […]

Chicago-based artist Kiersten Essenpreis created a series of...

Chicago-based artist Kiersten Essenpreis created a series of hilariously awesome necklaces, “Necklaces About Nothing,” inspired by beloved Seinfeld quotes, including George Costanza’s best worst comeback: Each gold-plated necklace is handcrafted by Essenpreis herself. They’re available in limited quantities via Gallery 1988 (East). [via g1988]

Watch Trump Flat Out Lie About Why His Clothes Are Made In China And Mexico (VIDEO)

Donald Trump must think people are really stupid. Plenty of people are but he thinks that about most people. Either that or he’s just so comfortable with lying that he doesn’t care. Or he subscribes to the George Costanza theory: “It’s...Show More Summary

Sean Penn Wanted To Give His Son Hopper A Truly Rare First Name

If you thought George Costanza's attempt to name his child Seven on "Seinfeld" was bad, just remember it could be a lot worse. Hopper Penn, the son of Sean Penn and Robin Wright, opened up about his unusual first name in Interview magazine...Show More Summary

The Problem With 'No Problem'

Me: Thanks. You: No Problem. Hmm. Is it really no problem? I wonder. I can't help it. I'm a word girl. And a tad insecure, in a lovable (I hope) if irritating George Costanza way. So when a server delivers me a boulevardier and I beam...Show More Summary

Eric Trump Compares Trump University To Harvard – Really (VIDEO)

George Costanza of Seinfeld was once regretting not going up to a woman’s apartment after saying he didn’t like drinking coffee late at night. He said, “People this stupid shouldn’t be allowed to live.” Before the Trumper SJW’s get crazy, it is not a literal statement he made so relax. Show More Summary

Here's Why Everyone Was Always At Jerry's Apartment On 'Seinfeld'

"Seinfeld" fans, prepare to have serenity now. If you're anything like George Costanza, sometimes the most innocuous details can give you a conniption. This is the case with this latest "Seinfeld" mystery. Even with all the ridiculous...Show More Summary

Farcical oil deal prompts George Costanza defense

Like the character in sitcom “Seinfeld,” Energy Transfer hopes to shake up a sour relationship: the $21 bln takeover of pipeline rival Williams. ETE aims to pay less cash, seeming to force the issue by making itself as unattractive as possible. The stakes are no laughing matter.

Parody: Bernie Sanders as George on ‘Seinfeld’

A video clip released this week presents Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders as George Costanza on the sitcom “Seinfeld.” The video comes from Break. Here it is …

Bernie Sanders makes a great George Costanza in funny 'Seinfeld' clips

Somehow, it seemed inevitable that the Democratic candidate for president would appear on the defunct sitcom. And now it's happened, sort of!

Bernie Sanders Replaces George Costanza In This Seinfeld Mash-Up, and It's Spectacular

We've all had plenty of chuckles watching Larry David do his killer Bernie Sanders impersonation on Saturday Night Live; now, a very creative team at has sort of returned the favor by inserting Sanders into Seinfeld, which David co-created. Bernie Sanders eats pizza and roasts people like a... Read More > Other Links From Bernie Sanders Seinfeld

The Complete Guide To Using Public Toilets Around The World [Infographic]

As Seinfeld‘s George Costanza would happily tell you, public toilets are not all the same. This is especially true when travelling abroad — everything from toilet architecture to expected bathroom etiquette can be vastly different depending on what country you’re in. This infographic breaks down everything you need to know for intercontinental potty breaks. More »      

Bernie Sanders As George Costanza Is Real And It's Spectacular

3 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Of all the characters in this presidential race, Bernie Sanders may fit into the Seinfeld universe the most easily. And if any election cycle was going to jibe with Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer, 2016 is it. The folks at Break envisioned...Show More Summary

I ENDORSE THIS THEORY: The Costanza Approach: In a famous episode of Seinfeld, George Costanza c…

I ENDORSE THIS THEORY: The Costanza Approach: In a famous episode of Seinfeld, George Costanza concludes that every instinct he’s had, every decision he’s made, has been wrong and that he should henceforth do the opposite of what he had routinely been doing. He implements this new philosophy and promptly manages to entice an attractive […]

Early Addition: NY Outlaws April Fools' Day, Violators Banished To Florida

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