Facts and Trivia
George's Vital Statistics
Parents: Frank and Estelle Costanza
Full Name: George Louis Costanza
Junior High School:
High School: Kennedy High School
College: Queens College; he did get into Podiatry School!
Lost Virginity: to Ms. Stafford the home room teacher
Condom of Choice: Trojan
Secret ATM Code: Bosco
Religion: Converted to Latvian Orthodox
The Foods of George
- Macana Peaches in "The Doodle"
- A once bitten eclair above the rim in trash in "The Gymnast"
- Bacon Club with out the turkey--what he orders in "The Soup"
- Cold chicken sandwhich--what he actually gets in "The Soup"
- Nestle Quik in "The Shoes"
- Chips and double dipping in "The Implant"
- Wants a chow fun in "The Virgin"
- Nuts and grape juice in "The Couch"
- Spinach, it's on his teeth for an inteview in "The Nose Job"
- A fly, thinks he swallowed it at Monk's in "The Ex-Girlfriend"
- Tuna fish in "The Trip"
- Cucumber brought in for his salad in "The Heart Attack"
- Arabian Mocha Java, Elaine purchased it for him in "The Money"
- Likes chocolate chip muffins in "The Pothole"
- Halibut Omellet, his surprise in "The English Patient"
- Pudding and pudding skins, in "The Blood"
- Strawberries and chocolate, in "The Blood"
- Pastrami, in "The Blood"
- Soft boiled egg, in "The Blood"
- Baked potato, forced to eat in "The Betrayal"
- Coffee and donut, in "The Burning"
- Devil's Food Cake, in "The Burning"
- Bagel and cream cheese, in "The Sponge"
- Eggplant calzone, several times, in "The Calzone"
- Lobster, in "The Hamptons" and "The Conversion"
- Chicken salad on rye, potato salad, and tea in "The Opposite"
- Diet Coke, in "The Seven"
- Cake, in "The Mango"
- Chocolate Malt, in "The Mango"
- Mango, in "The Mango"
- Jello with bananas, in "The Puffy Shirt"
- Onion, eaten like an apple, in "The Glasses"
- Rold Gold Pretzels, in "The Glasses"
- Sundae, caught on camera at the U.S. Open, in "The Lip Reader"
- Chocolate Cake, in "The Conversion"
- Shasta soda, in "The Alternate Side"
- Medium Turkey Chili, in "The Soup Nazi"
- Large Crab Bisque w/ bread, in "The Soup Nazi"
- Marlene, Jerry begins dating her when George breaks
up with her; appears in "The Ex-Girlfriend"
- Patrice; an accountant who is going to help Jerry
with his audit, appears in "The Truth"
- Audrey; girl with big nose--dumped for Kramer; appears
in "The Nose Job"
- Cheryl: a lawyer, nicknamed the "Terminator";
appears in "The Visa". Cousin of Ping, the Chinese Food Delivery
- Allison: claimed she would kill herself if George
broke it off and dates Susan Ross; appears in "The Outing", "The
Smelly Car", and "The Pilot"
- Betsy: George can't go left on her; appears in "The
- Diane; friend from Queens College; appears in "The
- Daphne Bower; stays with her for spite; appears
in "The Stand-In"
- Karen; can't perform and thinks she fakes it, in
- Tawni(??); Latvian Orthodox women, in "The
- Karen; dumps her to make Jody like him, in "The
- Gwen; dumps him for no reason, in "The Lip Reader"
- Victoria; picks her up at Monk's, in "The Opposite"
- Robin; knocks over her mother and steps on her, in "The Fire"
- Jane; leaves in the middle of the night because of shrinkage, in "The
- Julie: takes credit for the big salad, appears in
"The Big Salad"
- Lindsey: three strikes and George is out!, appears
in "The Gymnast"
- Nina: a model, appears in "The Switch".
George suspects she is refunding.
- Bonnie: blonde whose roommate is a man, appears
in "The Label Maker"
- Denise: Kramer's bald woman friend, appears in "The
- Paula: a student artitst, appears in "The Doodle"
- Nancy Coffer, appears in "The Fuscilli Jerry"
- Seanna: works with primates at the zoo and can't
hear well out of her left ear, appears in "The Face Painter"
- Natalie; a communist we don't meet; appears in "The
- Susan Ross: fiance throughout the season
- Amanda: secretary at Brandt Leland Investments,
appears in "The Bizarro Jerry"
- Maryann; New York Visitor's Bureau worker who falls
for tourist George; appears in "The Muffin Tops"
- Marcy; the yada yada phrase girl--a shoplifter;
appears in "The Yada Yada"
- Danielle, thinks George looks like her boyfriend,
Neil; appears in "The English Patient"
- Allison; Kramer breaks up with George for Allison,
then takes him back; appears in "The Susie"
- Celia Morgan; in prison for embezzlement and fugitive
sex; appears in "The Little Jerry"
- Anna; one of Elaine's coworkers who falls for George's
bad boy image; appears in "The Little Kicks"
- Louise; thinks she has mono and gives George super
brain power; appears in "The Abstinence"
- Heather; saleswoman who sold the sable hat and falls
for the jingle; appears in "The Chicken Roaster"
- Sheila, works at the photo shop and doesn't last
long; appears in "The Package"
- Maura, girl who will not accept a breakup; appears
in "The Slicer"
- Loretta, secretary at Kruger Industrial Smoothing
that George cheats with; appears in "The Slicer"
- Janet, girl who looks like Jerry; appears in "The
- Nina Stengel, girl Jerry sets George up with and
then sleeps with her; appears in "The Betrayal"
- Miranda; girl who thinks George is really cruel
to animals; appears in "The Merv Griffin Show"
- Rhisa, George's cousin on his father's side, tries
to date her to upset parents; appears in "The Junk Mail"
- Tara, George loses her when he combines food,
sex, and tv; appears in "The Blood"
- Vivian, George and her have much in common--food,
sex, and tv; appears in "The Blood"
George's Theories and Ideas
The Roommate Switch:
Suggest a menage-a-tois. The girl will recoil in disgust and tell you to
get out. She later mentions it to the roommate who shows her sympathy, yet
cannot help but be intrigued and flattered by the suggestion. Place a phone
call when the girl is known to be out. Talk up the roommate and use humor
and then invite to dinner. The original girl will tell the roommate to go
ahead and date him. It can't fail (well, if you're George or Jerry, it can!)
- The Move: Okay,
so it's Jerry's Move. But George did use it! It requires a headboard with
no padding, no more than a one foot differential in heights...ends with a
- World's Collide Theory:
Relationship George versus Independent George. Who will win? Relationship
George is George when he is with Susan. Independent George is George when
he is with his friends: liar George, for example. If the two meet...Relationship
George will destroy Independent George.
- Cotton Uniforms:
George finds out that the uniforms the Yankees wear are polyester. He suggests
to Buck Showalter to switch to cotton. Cooler players mean better players!
Except for the fact that cotton can shrink! Oops.
- Bathroom Stalls:
Extend the stall doors to the ground!
- Look Annoyed equals Looking Busy at work!