So you think you’re a committed gamer? You’ve got nothing on a Japanese gamer who goes by Wanikun on Twitter. In a move worthy of George Costanza trying to save his Frogger high […]
This poster of George Costanza (at Eclecticity Light, of course) sparked a suggestion for Los Angeles: Name streets after fictional characters. "Go three blocks on Costanza and then turn right on Dirty Harry."
In the Seinfeld episode, 'The Beard', Jerry is dating a cop who wants him to take a lie detector test because she thinks he's lying about not watching 'Melrose Place.' Jerry appeals to his friend George Costanza, an expert in the art of lying for help. Show More Summary
This is the Nap Desk created by Greek design firm Studio NL. It's a work desk with a little sleeping platform and television tucked away underneath. "George Costanza did it first!" Everybody did it first. Have you ever actually tried sleeping under a desk before? It's really not very comfortable. Show More Summary
Chocolate factory work apparently drives people to do strange things. Working at a chocolate factory might not be the best job in the world, despite what children everywhere would believe. Kristofer Pregent, an employee at the Barry Callebaut chocolate factory in St. Show More Summary
Pin it If you've ever tried to pull a George Costanza and snooze under your desk, we've found the answer to your power nap prayers. Greek architects NL Studio designed the “1.6 S.M. of Life Desk,” a workspace that breaks down into a bed. READ MORE »
In a classic episode of the sitcom Seinfeld, we learn that George Costanza’s father, Frank, has created a holiday called Festivus, celebrated on December 23 and marked by the annual “WATCH NOWYouTube
We covered Diane Kruger, Elizabeth Banks, and Paz Vega yesterday — and you need to see what they wore to this, because they all looked fantastic — but let’s check out everyone else. Much like George Costanza before him, Jake Gyllenhaal has chosen to drape himself in velvet. Read More...
Editor gBCptAwesome has recut footage from the sitcom Seinfeld into a dramatic film trailer about the character George Costanza. The footage is taken primarily from the episodes “The Invitations” and “The Raincoats.” via reddit
A young Kansas City Royals fan channeled his inner George Costanza while enjoying some ice cream Tuesday night. During the Royals' game against the Detroit Tigers, cameras caught up with the young fan eating ice cream the way it should be eaten: with no regrets. Show More Summary
If you recut the scenes from seasons seven & eight of Seinfeld to emphasize certain aspects of Susan's death-by-envelope, you get a feel-good TV movie about George Costanza, a man who finds triumph in the midst of tragedy. Her death takes place in the shadow of new life; she's not really dead if we find a way to remember her. Tags: remix Seinfeld TV video
In June, Jason Alexander finally shed light on why the writers of Seinfeld decided to kill off George’s fiancé, Susan. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
In June, Jason Alexander finally shed light on why the writers of Seinfeld decided to kill off George’s fiancé, Susan. Alexander said it was because he “couldn’t figure out how to play off of” Susan’s actress, Heidi Swedberg. He told Howard Stern, "Her instincts for doing a scene, where the... More »
An alternate title could be "The Summer of George." A story of love, poison stamps, and redemption. (via Getty) Seinfeld has been recut and reborn as a Lifetime movie. And the main character is one George Costanza, who seems to have it all, before he is struck down by tragedy. Show More Summary
More than 20 years ago, the sitcom Seinfeld went “meta” and joked that it was “a show about nothing.” But 20 years before George Costanza’s epiphany, artist Richard Tuttle was staging shows about nothing featuring works such as Wire Piece (detail shown above) — a piece of florist wire nailed at either end to a wall marked with a penciled line. Show More Summary
"I would drape myself in velvet if it were socially acceptable." —George Costanza
In a famous “Seinfeld” episode from 1997, George Costanza’s father, Frank, celebrates Festivus, a holiday which he made up that falls two days before Christmas. Kramer naturally joins Frank in the celebration. Among the highlights of Festivus are an aluminum pole taking the place of a Christmas tree, the “feats of strength” and the “airing of grievances.”Read full article >>
Pat Bagley / Salt Lake Tribune By Peter Funt Pop quiz: Which of the following was hatched in the mind of George Costanza? (a) The Center for Financial Stability, (b) The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, (c) The Hudson Institute, (d) The American Enterprise Institute. The answer is none. Show More Summary
The days of lugging around and sitting on a George Costanza wallet are long gone. Your phone can keep tabs on all of those bits of paper so all you need is a place for some cash and your cards. The Nimble RFID-Blocking Wallet fits the bill with its slim and functional design. Show More Summary
By Kathy Benjamin Published: June 29th, 2015