"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
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.
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 …
Somehow, it seemed inevitable that the Democratic candidate for president would appear on the defunct sitcom. And now it's happened, sort of!
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 Break.com 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 TVGuide.com Bernie Sanders Seinfeld
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 »
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 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 […]
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He backed it up by showing a clip of Costanza acting against his own natural instincts to avoid a pretty woman by approaching her and announcing his unemployment and that he lived with his parents.
Most kids are born looking as bald as George Costanza after a stressful life event, but not this kid. Reddit user Double_Cross_Gender posted a photo to Imgur of his baby cousin, and it's going viral because the kid looks like a newscaster or potentially the next Harvey Dent (at the rate they're rebooting Batman, you never know). Show More Summary
It takes a lot to distract an NBA free throw shooter, but if anything could do it, you'd think this might be it. WHAT THE HELL, ROCKETS. Like... is that a troll? Some sort of slime man? George Costanza painted green? A human Oscar the Grouch? I am uncomfortable. Show More Summary
Boudoir photography has been dominated by female models for far too long, and as George Costanza and Kramer showed us on Seinfeld 'dudeoir' photography can be just as scintillating and alluring as standard boudoir shoots. That's notShow More Summary
The stock rebound from February's lows might seem like a reason to get bullish. But the best bet could be the opposite of investors' instincts.
Fast Company on "How to Become the Most Well-Liked Person in the Office." And to help you appreciate your job, here's a Seinfeld clip on George Costanza's review of his career options.
Do you ever have those moments when your mom or grandma tries to post something hip to Facebook or Twitter that just makes you cringe at the FUBARn00biness of it all? Welcome to the Hillary vs. Bernie: Who's Progressive Twitter fight! Samantha Lachman has all the details, but I want to focus on the rhetorical fail by Hillary. Show More Summary
When it comes to raising my teen -- my motto is -- there are no rules. See, originally I had a rule book and I was convinced I could thumb through it on any occasion for moral support as to how I should approach any number of situations I might find myself in parenting a teenager daughter. Show More Summary
NBC last aired a new episode of Seinfeld in 1998, but the lasting legacy of the show continues to find new ways to live on forever. From an Australian bar inspired by none other than George Costanza to the annual celebration of Festivus, Seinfeld has proven to have some serious staying power. Show More Summary
George’s Bar pays homage to George Costanza—prince of the under-achievers and chief of the socially inept—and stands as a beacon for Seinfeld lovers in Melbourne.
Game developer Jacob Janerka made this sprite of George Costanza for a Seinfeld adventure game (about nothing?) that he hopes to someday complete. Janerka posted the GIF to Reddit and answered some questions in the comments: "In my spare time I'm making a fan made Seinfeld adventure game, I started off by making George."