Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Jerry. Jerry and George are in the bathroom as Kramer drops his big ball of oil onto the ground.
|What is the name of the office George worked at when he pretended to be handicapped?||Just George Trivia
Mrs. Costanza. George can't sleep with the doll that reminds him of his mother.
|When George and Elaine are talking about affairs, what did George say about them?||Just George Trivia
China. George orders a creme from China that promises he'll look like Stalin.
Because she was told he would break up with her. Al Nechy tells Daphne not to get involved with George, and although George would like to break it off, he stays with her out of spite.
|And to finish off my innagural quiz, I thought that I would do something themed to the holiday season. What do George's family celebrate on December 23rd?||George Louis Costanza
Festivus. Invented by Frank Costanza, Festivus involved a metal pole in lieu of a tree and featured the airing of grievances, and feats of strength. George hated Festivus. Thanks for playing my quiz, and enjoy the holidays whatever way you choose to.
Steinbrenner traded him to Tyler Chicken. It was a result of another one of George's schemes that backfired. He was posing as a tourist from Arkansas, so that he could date a tour guide. Jerry was forced to call in the threat on a different episode. Wilhelm went to the Mets.
|What alias does George often say that he would call himself, if he were an adult film star?||George Louis Costanza
Buck Naked. Highly unlikely. I think that he'd end up being called "Signifigant Shrinkage".
"Bootlegging" a movie. His father got in a fight with Elaine at the police station. He was also arrested for stealing money from a drug store that owed him money.
Seven. It was Mickey Mantle's jersey number. As in most things, it did not work out well for George.
|What did George do to make Jerry declare, that he had crossed the line between "man" and "bum"?||George Louis Costanza
He ate an eclair out of the garbage. Although he did all of these things at one point or another, it was the eclair incident that did it. Quote from Jerry: "adjacent to trash, is trash. You ate garbage. You have crossed the line my friend...you are now a bum."
He told off George Steinbrenner. This was in the episode where George decides to do the opposite of his natural impulse. One of the best episodes of all time. He did win a contest, but it was one that involved "self employment".
Kreuger. George loved Kreuger because he was so incredibly nonchalant about his company, and more importantly his employees' performance. Van Nostren and Pennypacker are two of Kramer's alter egos. this might come in handy on my Kramer quiz (coming soon to a pc near you).
Successful. He said this on many occasions. He did however, get to pretend to be an architect on several occasions.
His parents staying together. He said this to console one of Jerry's girlfriends, whose parents were getting divorced. "I'm the result of my parents staying together, so you never really know."
|George is smitten with Heather, a woman who reminds him of Marisa Tomei. Unfortunately, his first date with her ends on a sour note. How does he try to finagle a second date?||"Seinfeld"- George Costanza's Girlfriends
He purposely leaves a Russian hat at her house. George explains his secret to getting second and third dates: "I do a leave-behind; keys, glove, scarf, I go back to her place to pick it up." Since Heather makes it clear that she is not interested in George, he leaves a Russian hat at her house. When he returns to find the hat truly missing, he holds Heather culpable and steals her clock. Later, Heather decides to give George a second chance until she finds out about her stolen clock--and presumably dumps him. (Season 8, Episode 8)
|Miraculously, George winds up dating a stunning model named Nina. He suspects that she may be bulimic, since she eats a lot of food but remains very slim. Why is he concerned?||"Seinfeld"- George Costanza's Girlfriends
He's paying for the meals she could be throwing up. Kramer is very impressed that George is dating a model, and comments that George is now part of the "glitterati". He also suggests that Nina could be bulimic. Outraged, George's main concern is the waste of his money. He expostulates: "It's like throwing money down the toilet". In a wild scheme to catch her in the act of regurgitating, he follows her into the ladies' room and accuses her. His assertions are unfounded, though, and Nina dumps him. (Season 6, Episode 11)
He begins thinking very clearly. No longer focused on sex, George's mind clears up and he starts utilizing brain power he never realized he had. He suddenly understands physics and Euclidean geometry. When Louise later tells him that she was misdiagnosed, he decides to remain celibate--and intelligent. Disgusted, Louise retorts "I hate you" and dumps him. (Season 8, Episode 9)
|George has a short but passionate fling with a custodial worker from his office. He tells Jerry about his lifelong fondness of chambermaids. What was this particular cleaning lady doing that so attracted George? ||"Seinfeld"- George Costanza's Girlfriends
Vacuuming back and forth. George is smitten with the nameless cleaning lady when she begins vacuuming in front of him. He tells Jerry that the action caused her to move "back and forth, back and forth, her hips swiveling..." He offers her a drink and ends up having intimate relations with her. Sadly, he makes the mistake of offering her a damaged cashmere sweater, and she dumps him. (Season 3, Episode 12)
|George is dating Gwen, convinced that the relationship is in a state of bliss. Out of the blue, she breaks up with him, using the "it's not you, it's me" routine. In classic George style, how does he cope with this turn of events? ||"Seinfeld"- George Costanza's Girlfriends
He enlists a lip reader to spy on Gwen. Gwen abruptly ends a seemingly positive relationship with George, and he is determined to find out why. His friends tell him that he doesn't need such a shallow woman, but George insists that he does. Exhibiting his usual crassness, he asks Jerry's deaf, lip-reading girlfriend to spy on Gwen at a party. Alas, he is found out and never learns why she dumped him. (Season 5, Episode 6)
|George has been on several unsuccessful dates with Betsy. Suddenly, one of Betsy's family members dies. Jerry convinces George to view this unfortunate bereavement as what?||"Seinfeld"- George Costanza's Girlfriends
the best thing that ever happened to the relationship. While George is worried about the cost of the flight to attend the funeral, Jerry points out that the death will work wonders for his relationship. He can console Becky during her time of loss. Instead of being a comfort to Becky, though, George harasses the preacher for a death certificate and unceremoniously scarfs down sandwiches. When he ends up brawling with Betsy's brother over double-dipping his chips, Betsy screams at him to "get out" and dumps him. (Season 4, Episode 19)
|George tries to impress Monica, his academically-minded girlfriend. She asks him to take an IQ test as part of her Master's Degree research project. Why is George afraid to take it?||"Seinfeld"- George Costanza's Girlfriends
Because Monica will find out he's a "moron". George confesses to Jerry that he is really a "moron", regardless of how smart people think he is. Jerry helpfully insists that no one thinks George is smart, so he really has nothing to worry about. George convinces Elaine to take the test in his stead, but as luck would have it, Monica finds out about the ploy and dumps him. (Season 3, Episode 7)
|George briefly dates the lovely Robin, who somehow allows him into her son's life. He later attends a birthday party for her child, but a fire ruins the celebration. What does George do at the first sign of danger?||"Seinfeld"- George Costanza's Girlfriends
Pushes down kids and old ladies in self-preservation. At first, George plays the part of a solicitous boyfriend. He suggests hiring Bozo the Clown as entertainment for the party, and tries to befriend Robin's mother. Unfortunately, George smells smoke at the party, and makes a desperate dash for safety. Robin later confronts him, stating "I saw you push the women and children out of the way in a mad panic! I saw you knock them down! And when you ran out, you left everyone behind". Unsurprisingly, she dumps him. (Season 5, Episode 20)
|George invites his beautiful girlfriend Jane for a vacation in the Hamptons. They initially bond over their shared love of cough medicine, but Jane's behavior puts a damper on the weekend. What does she do that shocks George?
||"Seinfeld"- George Costanza's Girlfriends
She parades around half naked. Jane is not interested in buying Hampton tomatoes with George. All she wants to do is "get some sun". Later, when George is out shopping for tomatoes, Jane struts around naked, letting Jerry, Elaine, and Kramer check out her body. George is furious that everyone has seen her before he has, and is later humiliated when she dumps him due to "shrinkage". (Season 5, Episode 21)