Because Cuomo thinks it'd be a "shame" to elect Weiner, check out today's mid-day links: George Costanza dress, pineapple accident, 4 pound hairball, "Arrested Development's" best guest stars, and interspecies bestfriends. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]
According to Variety, Seinfeld went off the air 15 years ago today. One of the classic episodes is “The Opposite” in which George Costanza in [...] The post The opposite would have to be right appeared first on Abnormal Returns.
We generally love all things Larry David—David stand-in George Costanza is basically our avatar ("I don't want hope. Hope is killing me" is a poetic statement), we have a habit of calling everything we enjoy "pretty, pretty, pretty good", and we admire David's baguette-bashing skills. Show More Summary
Because you're excited to see "The Big Weekend" this weekend, check out today's end-of-day links: e-hail taxi app approved, getting accidentally drunk, hunting squirrels for dinner, sad Mike Tyson, living like George Costanza, and a sleepy child. Show More Summary
George Costanza's dream of a desk with a hidden bed underneath has finally come true: Meet Studio NL's "1.6 SM Of Life," a desk that transforms into a bed. More » Meet The Desk That Transforms Into A Bed is a post from TheGrindstone - Tips on career, business & work place for women, including interview advice, resume help and strategy and office style..
It's not that I wanted to be him, but his personality was so much like mine it was something I couldn't fight.
The Harvard Crimson interviewed Jason Alexander for its “15 Questions” feature and noted that the actor “speaks with a confidence that seems worlds away from his notorious television alter-ego, George Costanza.” Alexander told the Crimson’s Noah Pisner that… The first time I really thought, “Oh my god, Jerry Seinfeld is brilliant” was when he did … Read More
Men losing their hair may have bigger concerns than looking like George Costanza. A new study finds that balding men share a greater risk of having a heart attack. The more hair lost, the more serious the risk. After reviewing six studies...Show More Summary
Remember in "Seinfeld" when George Costanza got a new job and his employer thought he had a physical disability? He loved the benefits and attention, so he fully committed himself to the lie -- and intended to keep it up indefinitely. The episode reminds me a bit of how Republic …
Despite a very enjoyable third installment of 60 Minutes Sports, the highlight of the hour may have come in the preview teaser for next month's episode which will have a feature on Chris Berman. While the selection of Berman as a featured...Show More Summary
It was the Apple annual meeting about nothing – they should have had George Costanza guest host. OK, not actually nothing. Shareholders at Apple’s annual meeting in Cupertino today approved the auditor, and voted on various other measures of importance to someone or another. But at the end of the day, CEO Tim Cook’s primary [...]
Paul Shaffer was offered the role of George Costanza on "Seinfeld." According to The Week (by way of Shaffer's memoir), Jerry Seinfeld offered Shaffer the...
In one episode of “Seinfeld,” hapless George Costanza was hired as a stunt hand for a movie. Predictably, things went awry and poor George’s hand never made a cinematic debut. In the days leading up to the 2013 Academy Awards ceremony, my own hand fared far better performing a tiny but stellar role in a documentary about the great Washington Post editorial cartoonist, Herblock.
1. Art Vandelay (George Costanza, Seinfeld) The average episode of Seinfeld has at least one good time-delayed punchline, a well-constructed payoff to seemingly unrelated story threads, coincidental character meetings, or the antisocial behavior of its main characters. Show More Summary
I'll admit it. I really, really hate store loyalty cards, but I use them. That means that I suffer from George Costanza's wallet more often than I care to say, since I'm always jamming those stupid plastic cards into slots in my wallet. Show More Summary
Olympic hero outlasted George Costanza in a tournament in The Bahamas
Erin Pearce, we kind of love you. No, check that, we do love you for making this. Even better, the proceeds of the Costanza dress sales are going to a good cause. Only 3 available for order in each size! Don’t miss out! Money I make off these sales are going towards Party’s (my dog) medical bills. Show More Summary
Because long live the one-piece, check out the first mid-day links of 2013: a George Costanza dress, new year's resolutions for cats, more news bloopers, Canadian maple syrup heist, Kansas sperm donors, and new puppies. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]
This dress is the required uniform at Vandelay Industries HQ. (And there's a matching bow and clutch.) ... More »
A short and hilarious study in the value of music placement.