Curb Your Enthusiasm for Seinfeld's Costanza and his Killer iToilet App

Jerry Seinfeld and company were back on TV as a show-within the Curb Your Enthusiasm show (season 7, episode 10 for sticklers), and perpetual neerdowell George Costanza is dealing with the loss of his iToilet for iPhone millions -- that's right, his fictional character struck it fictionally rich making a fictional iPhone app to use GPS to find the closest clean fictional toilet.

Jerry also has a brand new Mac. So, yeah, insert Microsoft advertising jokes below.

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Curb Your Enthusiasm for Seinfeld's Costanza and his Killer iToilet App

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I watched it 2x, both times with a smile on my face but slightly sad knowing that there wouldn't be any more... Damn it!!!

Can't get it overseas.... Watching the YouTube clip it makes me say they waited way too long to do this. They look so old. How is it they haven't changed in 13 years? Seinfeld is still my all time favorite show though. Curb is great too!! Now having said that and getting over the "age" shock I can't wait to see this episode.
Thought Jason hated his character???

They look do old, but haven't changed?? Huh? I meant to say the way they act us still the same. People do "chill" when they age.

Seinfeld is my favorite comedy show of all time. I find it very frustrating to watch Curb Your Enthusiasm, because it had POTENTIAL. I watch the episodes, and I think "That story would have made for a hilarious episode of Seinfeld." But in the Curb context is not funny. I don't think swear words are funny. I don't think two people yelling over each other so you can't understand what they're saying is funny. Seinfeld was laugh-a-minute BECAUSE it tiptoed around subjects that were explosive. I would have liked to see a REAL Seinfeld reunion show, but I guess this will do.