For all the men out there who think women play mind games when it comes to sex — first they’re into you, and the next second they’re not — consider this: It might not be them. Yes, George Costanza, if it’s anybody, it might just be you. If you’ve had a good date, are into a decent [...]
In the history of the Emmys, there are many great actors and actresses who never won an award for their iconic performances (like Jason Alexander as George Costanza or Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House). But even more surprising and upsetting is the list of people who were never even nominated. Show More Summary
Leslie Frazier and George Costanza have a lot in common. Ryan Nanni gets to the bottom of it in a completely fictitious interview with the former Vikings head coach. Like many businesses with multiple offices, the NFL has a tendency towards turning simple facts into exaggerated rumors. Show More Summary
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Look, I know something called the International Contemporary Furniture Fair doesn’t sound especially exciting. You’d be wrong, though – we’ve seen some pretty interesting takes on the things that go under your computer come out of ICFF over the years, and this year’s fair figures to be no different. Show More Summary
After all, when he tried the opposite of what he'd normally do, he got a job at the New York Yankees and the girl. Think about it. And heed this advice.
I went looking for that right now because I was just paraphrasing a famously ludicrous argument made by a prominent American political figure and I realized I was sounding like George Costanza in his "Was that wrong?" speech. Here'sShow More Summary
A woman has been accused of seducing and then ripping off thousands of dollars worth of cash and jewelry from unsuspecting tourists and locals. Quying Boyd, 34, was arrested this week for perpetrating the scam on at least three men in the last two months in midtown Manhattan. We have exclusive footage of one of those encounters below. [ more › ]
George Costanza may have had his fair share of troubles during his time with the New York Yankees, but he never had to deal with anything other than accidental racism. So it’s fun to imagine how he’d mesh with recently disgraced Clippers owner Don Sterling, in some kind of parallel universe where George moves to […]
Because Electro is now based on artisanal carpenters, check out today's end-of-day links: grouchy James Franco, Donald Sterling yells at George Costanza, fireball whiskey, checking privilege, creepy summer job offerings, and dogs hang with parrots. Show More Summary
"So, I can yada yada yada with minorities?" Ah, the '90s! Back when nobody knew Larry David well enough to realize that his George Steinbrenner on Seinfeld was pretty much just his regular Larry David voice, but maybe sped up a little. Show More Summary
Remember when George Costanza worked for the Yankees and had crazy talks with boss George Steinbrenner on "Seinfeld"? Well, Adult Swim has now imagined Costanza as a Clippers employee on the receiving end of Donald Sterling's racist rant. And the result is a hoot. George is still George. And Sterling is still, well, let's not go there. (h/t Elite Daily)
The convenient thing about Seinfeld never showing us George Steinbrenner's face, from the point of view of video editors in 2014, is that he could really be any rich, old, white man who owns a sports team. Like, say, L.A. Clippers owner (for now) Donald Sterling. Read more...
If you’ve watched as much Seinfeld as I have, you’re familiar with Lloyd Braun. He’s the guy who George Costanza’s mother wants George to be more like. Anyway, the real Lloyd Braun was Larry David’s lawyer and manager. I’m not sure how similar he is to the tv character, but let’s hope it’s not very. […]
"When you go home today," she said to me, "you're going to blog this, aren't you?" Before answering, my brain paused for a micro of a nano-second. After all, she is my direct supervisor. Would I be like Seinfeld's George Costanza, worried...Show More Summary
The downside to starring in a wildly popular sitcom, we assume, is that people associate you with your character to the point that you just become that character, forever, whether you like it or not. Just ask George Costanza. Er, we mean Jason Alexander. Show More Summary
Toad as George Costanza? Yep, totally appropriate! [EsquirebobAnimations]
Castmembers playing Henry Winkler, Bill Cosby and Angela Lansbury help the "Big Bang Theory" star explain they aren't actually their TV characters. read more
A mashup of Super Mario Bros. and Seinfeld by animator EsquireBob. The casting of Toad as George Costanza is priceless. If relationship Toad walks through this door, he will kill independent Toad. A Toad divided against itself cannot stand!
What happens when you combine Mario Bros. and "Seinfeld"? You get what one YouTube video creator calls "A Parody About Nothing." With Jerry Seinfeld as Mario, Kramer as Luigi and (of course) George Costanza as Toad, this video gives an updated twist to two old favorites. Show More Summary