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 George Costanza - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
George is the son of Frank and Estelle Costanza, described as "psychopath[s]" by Jerry ("The Puffy Shirt"), "loud" and "always fighting" by Helen Seinfeld ("The Raincoats, Part 1") and "sick" by the father of Susan Ross ("The Rye").
George views himself as being made up of two distinct psyches: "Independent George" and "Relationship George." The latter is the tedious personality he felt compelled to adopt within the context of his personal relationship with Susan Biddle Ross in order to maintain that relationship.
George tells the priest that the reason for his conversion was the nice hats worn by the clergy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/George_Costanza   (5194 words)

  
 George - Wikisein   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
George was engaged to Susan Biddle Ross, a wealthy executive at NBC who approved Jerry and George's show-within-the-show sitcom pilot.
George and Susan dated on and off for a year, during which time the commitment-phobic George was constantly trying to find ways to end their relationship without actually having to initiate the breakup with her.
George once assumed the identity of a man named Donald O'Brien in order to take his limousine ("The Limo"), only to later discover this man was the leader of the Aryan Union and was on his way to make his first public appearance, at Madison Square Garden.
seinfeld.wikia.com /wiki/George_Costanza   (3253 words)

  
 Seinfeld - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
George Louis Costanza (played by Jason Alexander) — Once succinctly described by Elaine as a "short, stocky, slow-witted, bald man", George is a neurotic, self-loathing, pathological liar domineered by his parents, Frank and Estelle.
George is the center of a number of negative character traits, among them stinginess, dishonesty, insecurity, and neurosis.
George Steinbrenner (played by Lee Bear, voiced by Larry David) — George Costanza's boss while working for the Yankees-- a satire of real-life Yankees owner George Steinbrenner who passed on playing the character himself due to unfamiliarity with the show.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Seinfeld   (8424 words)

  
 George Costanza, Castanza, Jason Alexander, pic, picture, actor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
George Costanza utilizes his great intellect for the most inconsequential of purposes, often finding a way to get into the most embarassing sort of troubles imaginable.
George walks with a cane and is spotted having a limp with different legs.
George dreams of having his parents be less of a meddlesome force in his life.
www.movieprop.com /tvandmovie/Seinfeld/george.htm   (879 words)

  
 George Costanza girlfriends, Lady Jerry, Susan, Heidi Swedberg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
George meets her in prision and engages in a relation with her.
George speaks as a character witness and promptly speaks of his girlfriends desire to hang with the "gang" as numerous "schemes" have been planned.
George enjoys conjugal visit sex, fugitive sex, and the thrill of danger before she is halled to prision again.
www.movieprop.com /tvandmovie/Seinfeld/georgegirlfriends.htm   (566 words)

  
 George Costanza
The Character George Costanza, portrayed by Jason Alexander, brought to the small screen a character which forever changed the shallowness and selfishness (and nerousis) one could exhibit in public.
George comes to the realization that he should try to do the opposite of everything, so he does, his luck changes and everything begins to go his way including getting a girlfriend, a job with the Yankees and moving out of his parents house.
George's girlfriend is big on using the phrase "yada yada"; George determines that his girlfriend might be leaving out some significant details with her overuse of the phrase "yada yada." He gets her to fill in the details and discovers more than he wants to know.
www.adrianspeyer.com /george.htm   (1509 words)

  
 George - George Louis Costanza
Although George hated Lloyd, and was best friends with Jerry, we also know two more people that grew up with George: Deena, a neighbor from the hood and Duncan Meyers, a high school friend who beat Jerry in the race of all races, of which only George knows that Jerry had a head start.
George seems to have a fair amount of dates for someone in his position, which is that of not exactly being a hunk and unemployed, trying various things along the way (see Stats below for full details).
George has had the most jobs by far of all of the characters in Seinfeld and they often provide the basis for hilarious settings, outrageous characters, and side-splitting stories.
www.siyumhaseinfeld.com /chars/george.html   (2259 words)

  
 CNN - The 'real' George Costanza sues Seinfeld for $100 million - October 26, 1998
Costanza has known Seinfeld for 24 years, since they were students at Queens College, his lawyer Jonathan Fisher said Monday.
Costanza's papers do not detail the similarities between him and the loutish George, played by Jason Alexander, but in interviews he has noted that he and George are bald and stocky, went to Queens College with Seinfeld, and have quirks about bathrooms and parking spaces.
Fisher said these charges stem from their calling Costanza a "liar and an opportunist" when instead he was the inspiration for George.
www.cnn.com /SHOWBIZ/TV/9810/26/seinfeld/index.html   (454 words)

  
 Being George Costanza [Fool.com: Commentary] March 28, 2005
In one episode of "Seinfeld," the hapless George Costanza discovered that all of his instincts were wrong.
Not only does George land a new girlfriend, he moves out of his parents' house and scores a job by telling off New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner in that same episode.
All George had to do was transform himself into "Opposite George." All you have to do is find sources that are consistently wrong.
www.fool.com /news/commentary/2005/commentary05032804.htm?source=eptyholnk303100&logvisit=y&npu=y&bounce=y&bounce2=y   (934 words)

  
 George Costanza-Jason Alexander
Nicknames: Boy George, Cantstandya, Biff, Georgie Boy, Georgie Porgie, George Bonanza, Costanza, Lord of the Idiots, Coco.
George : I conviced him to act like that so that you would think I was funnier.
November 1994 - George goes for a walk with a waitress from Monk's and manure in the path sums up his relationship with her.
www.geocities.com /TelevisionCity/Studio/5280/george.htm   (393 words)

  
 Seinfeld - Wikiquote
George Costanza: I know a guy who took a vacation on his change.
George's boss: It has come to my attention that you and the cleaning woman have engaged in sexual intercourse on the desk in your office.
George: Well, if I hear you correctly, and I think that I do, my advice to you is to finish your meal, pay the check, leave here and never speak to anyone about this again.
en.wikiquote.org /wiki/Seinfeld   (5245 words)

  
 Best Of The Season For Festivus
George Louis Costanza (played by Jason Alexander)—A “short, stocky, slow-witted, bald man” (as described by Elaine), the neurotic George is a self-loathing, congenital liar domineered by his parents, Frank and Estelle.
George, with his stubborn nature, in reaction to the belligerent arrogance of the Bubble Boy, and out of spite, refused to accept the response in favor of the (presumably misprinted) answer given by the card.
George attempts to use it on his own girlfriend at the time, but she catches him with “crib notes” detailing the maneuvers written on his hand.
www.bestoftheseason.com   (5640 words)

  
 George Costanza, Jerry´s best friend on Seinfeld.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
George Costanza, who plays Jerry's best friend is a very special character.
George is a man with very low morals.
It wasn't fun for George when he was kicked out of his apartment and had to move back to their place, even if it wasn't for long.
www.algonet.se /~mastlaca/George.html   (459 words)

  
 George Costanza 102   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
George Costanza, in my opinion, brought Seinfeld to life.
His unique sense of humor, along with his streaks of bad luck in both women, and his jobs made the show easy to relate to as well as hilarious.
George and Elaine have some of the most intriguing conversations in Seinfeld.
www.jayhova.net /george.html   (168 words)

  
 Seinfeld - The Nap 
GEORGE: Oh, boy I was up to four in the morning watching the Omen trilogy.
George and I have been up working all night long.
GEORGE: There was something so reassuring about that cozy little space.
www.seinfeldscripts.com /TheNap.html   (1466 words)

  
 Seinfeld Lists - The Puffy Shirt
GEORGE: No, no, no, no. Borrowing money from a friend is like having sex.
George accidentally runs into a woman - causing her to drop her purse.
GEORGE: It - it's just that I'm here with my parents, and my mother wants me to take a civil service test - and to tell you the truth, I don't even think I'd pass it..
www.seinfeldscripts.com /ThePuffyShirt.htm   (2119 words)

  
 The Spoof - Steinbrenner Hires George Costanza as Manager of Yankees
Steinbrenner believes he has worked with Costanza in the past, and was poised to make the move as early as after the first series of the year.
Costanza worked for the Yankees during the run of the sitcom "Seinfeld", but the voice of Steinbrenner was portrayed by Larry David, one of the series' creators.
As for the coaching staff, Costanza has brought on Cosmo Kramer as his pitching coach and feels that this move will result in a better sense of control from his pitching staff.
www.thespoof.com /news/spoof.cfm?headline=s6i7997   (451 words)

  
 Episode 6: The Fatigues
Eventually, Jerry becomes Bania's mentor, Jerry's gal's mentor becomes George Costanza b/c he needs someone to read and summarize his specialty of Risk Management, and Elaine's psycho from work becomes the protoge of Jerry's gal's mentor.
From Risk Management to Kenneth Bania to of course Frank Costanza, this episode is truly an hilarious premise.
George discovers that blind people can get any book on tape, so he plans to fail an eye test.
www.siyumhaseinfeld.com /eps/season8/806-TheFatigues.html   (666 words)

  
 Seinology.com :: Scripts :: 130-The Calzone
GEORGE: You know a lost and found could be a good idea.
GEORGE: There putting in a lost and found because of me. There's a time limit but still.
Costanza is in the building and he's not in this office.
www.seinology.com /scripts/script-130.shtml   (1660 words)

  
 George Costanza and Double Dipping
If you're eating alone, with every intention of dipping until the dip bowl is dry, and you're sure that you've got enough chips on hand to accomplish that, sure, go ahead.
Below is a transcript of George's unfortunate double-dipping encounter.
[George, attending a wake, takes a large tortilla chip, dips it into a bowl of what appears to be sour cream, takes a bite, dips it into the bowl again, and then eats the remainder of the chip.]
www.taquitos.net /snacks.php?page_code=123   (321 words)

  
 "Seinfeld" (1990)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Often, they would create numerous back-up copies of the clothing in case it was damaged during the physical comedy.
Goofs: Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): In one episode, George mentions that he has his father's '68 Pontiac GTO.
George Costanza: Yeah, yeah, I see the irony.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0098904   (521 words)

  
 George Louis Costanza alias Jason Alexander Biography and Filmography on Seinfeld
George Louis Costanza alias Jason Alexander Biography and Filmography on Seinfeld
George Costanza, is a short, fat bald man by his own admission.
To all Search engines: This Site is an non-official Website for Seinfeld, Elaine, Kramer, George, Newman, The Soup Nazi, Festivus, Vandelay Industries, yada yada yada, master of my domain, Queen of the Castel, Kenny Bania, J.
www.seinfeldonline.com /george.html   (544 words)

  
 Ariga: Frosties: Selected quotes from George Constanza
Everything at Amazon by and about: George Constanza (The Jerry Seinfeld Show)
I was trying to climb the ropes and Jerry was spotting me. I kept slipping and burning my thighs and then finally I slipped and fell on Jerry's head.
George, explaining his hasty exit from the burning apartment, "The Fire"
www.ariga.com /frosties/georgeconstanza.shtml   (1347 words)

  
 Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander played George Costanza in the 1990s TV sitcom Seinfeld.
The same year he was cast in Seinfeld as George Costanza, a slightly devious worrywart who was simultaneously grating and lovable.
Seinfeld was the biggest sitcom hit of the 1990s and made stars of Jerry Seinfeld and co-stars Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Richards.
www.infoplease.com /biography/var/jasonalexander.html   (235 words)

  
 About Nothing: Jason Alexander Played George Costanza   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
George, Jerry's long-time best friend, was cheap, insecure, often dishonest and lazy.
The truth is, Jason really isn't like George at all, and he had some trouble understanding the character's motivation.
So when was the moment when he came to know George?
www.oprah.com /tows/slide/200411/20041129/slide_20041129_106.jhtml   (143 words)

  
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The story of the game is dynamic and there are a number of ways that George can win the game based on what he brings to the date with Marisa Tomei.
George will probably have to try to pickup the dog a few times before he gets it.
George needs to get the keys to his apartment, get the oxford from the cleaners (with laundry slip), wear the oxford, buy the necklace, and make a date with Marisa Tomei.
www.engin.umd.umich.edu /CIS/course.des/cis487/design-tx/f02/carver3.doc   (2167 words)

  
 ::HorsePigCow:: life uncommon: George Costanza on Pinko Marketing
Thanks to Sean Coon for clarifying to my readers who got a little stuck on the Marxist stuff (and, really, I have no business mixing politics with marketing - the analogy, although fitting, was bound to raise more eyebrows than make my point).
George Costanza's Seinfeld persona had quite a bit of wisdom to offer the philosophy of Pinko Marketing.
Interviewer: So, George, I've heard a good deal about this Pinko Marketing stuff lately and I'm not quite sure what it all means.
www.horsepigcow.com /2006/03/george-costanza-on-pinko-marketing.html   (1863 words)

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