Jason Alexander Reacts to a Public Bathroom Immortalizing George Boudoir Photo

Jerry Seinfeld and Newman look at a boudoir photo of George Costanza.

Actor Jason Alexander had the perfect response after learning that a public bathroom was proudly displaying a boudoir image of his Seinfeld character George Costanza.

A Seinfeld fan recently shared a picture of a restroom in Fort Worth, Texas that has George’s iconic boudoir photo, as well as an image of Friends‘ Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc) naked behind a lamp, plastered across the stall doors. After being tagged in the image on Twitter, Alexander responded with a simple, “Dead God.”


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Which Seinfeld Episode Features the Boudoir Photo?

George’s boudoir photo is from the Season 8 episode “The Package,” which originally aired on NBC on Oct. 17, 1996. In the episode, George becomes attracted to Sheila, a female clerk working at the photo store, after she flirts with him. Shortly after, a lingerie model’s picture is accidentally mixed in with his photos, which George assumes is a photo of Sheila that she inserted as a come-on. George is then persuaded by Kramer to return the come-on by taking his own seductive photos leading to a risque photo shoot. Following the episode’s broadcast, the boudoir photo was printed in poster form under the title “The Timeless Art of Seduction.”

Alexander was one of four main cast members of Seinfeld, appearing alongside Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Richards. Created by Larry David and Seinfeld, the beloved NBC sitcom ran for nine seasons and 180 episodes from July 1989 to May 1998. Each episode usually focuses on the daily life of Seinfeld, playing a fictionalized version of himself, and his three best friends: George Costanza (Alexander), Elaine Benes (Louis-Dreyfus) and Cosmo Kramer (Richards). Although Seinfeld struggled in the ratings for its first few seasons, the show eventually broke out and became one of the most-watched and talked about television shows.

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What Has Jason Alexander Done Since Seinfeld?

After Seinfeld, Alexander headlined the sitcoms Bob Patterson (2001), Listen Up! (2004-05) and Hit the Road (2017), which were all canceled after a single season. He also made several guest appearances on popular sitcoms like Friends, Malcolm in the Middle, Everybody Hates Chris, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Two and a Half Men, Community and The Conners. In addition to voicing Sy Borgman in the HBO Max adult animated series Harley Quinn, Alexander recently appeared in an episode of Hulu’s History of the World, Part II. His upcoming projects include an undisclosed role in the Russo brothers’ The Electric State, an upcoming sci-fi adventure film about a girl who sets out to find her missing brother after receiving a robot from him. The film will release on Netflix in 2024.

Seinfeld is currently streaming on Netflix.

Source: Twitter


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