Jason Alexander photo by David Hume Kennerly
"I'd constantly throw myself in front of them like swine before wolves
because I knew they'd always go for the jugular. They're two of the
sweetest people in real life, but they were killers in terms of comedy."
Jason: "I'd always lob the ball to Jerry Stiller and Estelle Harris, because I knew they would smash it back.  In this scene for instance, I was thrilled that NBC liked the show that I was going to cowrite with Jerry. We were moving to California!  Estelle shattered that dream with, "Since when do you know how to write? I never saw you write anything." Look at my body language. It says, "I'm wide open. Go ahead - strike and kill." 
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