Dr. Cuddy slept with George Costanza

September 14, 2009 By: erik Category: Funny, Stuff I Found, Weird 1,434 views

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Dr. Cuddy slept with George CostanzaA few months ago I acquired the DVD box set of every episode of Seinfeld, all nine seasons. Since then, I’ve been making my way through them one hilarious 22-minute episode at a time. It’s always funny to see actors in guest spots on old television shows that later went on to become more famous. Imagine my surprise when I got to the first episode of season six, The Mango, and see that George’s girlfriend is played by 27-year-old Lisa Edelstein, who now plays Dr. Lisa Cuddy on my current favorite television show, House.

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Dr. Cuddy slept with George Costanza

Dr. Cuddy slept with George Costanza

Dr. Cuddy slept with George Costanza

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I found these videos on YouTube, too.

The next two videos must be from The Masseuse, which I haven’t made it to yet.

 
  • http://www.isoglossia.com sgazzetti

    Nice find. I went through the same process about a year and a half ago (before I knew who Dr. Cuddy was). I can watch these things over and over, particularly any episode involving Frank Costanza, my favorite misanthrope.

    • http://www.hillbillyplease.com/blog/ jane

      This is one of those times when I wonder how we are all friends. I cannot stand Seinfeld. Truly. I cannot abide it.

      • http://www.erik-rasmussen.com/ Erik R.

        That is weird, since our senses of humor are normally so well aligned.

        You seem like you’d really love Festivus, too.

        • http://www.hillbillyplease.com/blog/ jane

          There are plenty of funny thing from the series that I appreciate, which is good since it seems to be required by law, but the overall viewing experience just pisses me right the hell off.

      • http://www.thegradys.net Alan

        I agree. I’m a huge fan of TV and I like most everything on some level, but Seinfeld was like fingernails down a chalkboard to me. A show about nothing was exactly that… a show about nothing. I don’t care to watch people in line at a movie theatre or that they want soup really bad.

        There are times that I laugh, but overall it’s painful to me. I know I’m in the minority, but so be it. :)

  • http://www.smattery.com/blog andrea

    I have to say, I’m with Jane on this one. Seinfeld: shudder.

    • http://www.hillbillyplease.com/blog/ jane

      Solidarity!

  • http://www.isoglossia.com sgazzetti

    Seinfeld seems to be pretty polarizing, and I have to say that I can understand the point of the dissenters — Seinfeld himself is smarmy and a terrible actor, and the whole show is built around the idea of nothing happening to self-absorbed, distasteful people. But it still cracks me up.

    Fortunately, you don’t have to laugh at exactly 100% of the things I laugh at for me to tolerate you. On that I expect — demand, require — reciprocity.

    • http://www.hillbillyplease.com/blog/ jane

      Yes, and that kind of reciprocity is really the only way to go since I willingly watch America’s Next Top Model.

      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/aparejador/3901414625/ Ray Tibbitts

        “since I willingly watch America’s Next Top Model”

        Oh, dear lord!

        “Reality TV” makes me think of re-reading Lord of the Flies,

        for the laughs.

        I’m kind of new here, and have an asymptotical sense of humor, that approaches both nothing and infinity, without really getting it.

        So I hope not to offend…