Jason Alexander photo by David Hume Kennerly
"When people reflected on their own lives in comparison to George's, 
they felt pretty good.  No matter how bad life may have been for any 
given member of our audience, they could tune in and see it was much 
worse for this poor slob. In a sick way that was comforting."
Jason: "George got unhealthier
over the years.  Even in his deepest
core of angst and anger, I admired
his ability to step back and see the
humor of it all.  That was his
healthiest and most endearing
attribute.  He did things I'd never do.
He yelled at people on the street.
I lived vicariously through George,
even though he didn't fare well.
I think that was part of his appeal."
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