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Likes to leave his door open to "encourage intruders". Although very successful, he has had bad luck when representing Kramer. He also made false allegations of Morty stealing from the treasury (despite Jerry buying the Cadillac for Morty) and convinced the residents of the complex it was true, which led to Morty's impeachment as the president of the condo association.
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He appears to suffer from symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. Unflappable and calm, yet can be a surprisingly passionate individual at times (usually as a result of something Elaine has said).
There is little ambiguity as to his status as an airhead and likes to stare into space.
The president of NBC who works with Jerry and George on a television pilot.
Had teenage daughter played by Denise Richards, who was ogled by George and Jerry.
Though he greatly resents Jerry, he is shown to be willing to work with him at times, but will return later to wreak havoc on his social life, though Jerry often gets the last word. Of Italian descent, he is a former cook in the Army and detests removing his shoes in other people's homes.
Ovaltine is a main topic of his acts (Jerry: "He thinks anything that dissolves in milk is funny"). After the group is convicted in the finale, Jackie confirms that Sidra, Jerry's ex-girlfriend, has physical features that are not only real, but also "spectacular."Short tempered resident of Phase Two of the Pines of Mar Gables who seems to consistently have a grudge against Morty Seinfeld.
During his working years, he sold raincoats with Harry Fleming and was the inventor of the "belt-less trench-coat." He hates Velcro because of "that tearing sound." He is extremely mindful of money, once calculating the interest and lost value of that was owed several decades ago.
However, he engages in frequent disputes with Jerry over money, refusing to let his son pay for anything in his presence, particularly restaurant checks. Often needed to provide reason to Jerry's and Morty's eccentric lifestyle, though overprotective of Jerry and often refuses point-blank to do anything that would place him at inconvenience.
A cashier at Monk's Café whom George once accused of stealing a bill with lipstick drawn on the president. He is a good friend of Kramer and an associate in many of his schemes, and likes Drake's Coffee Cake and Chunky Candy Bars, and has a strong distaste for broccoli, which he considers to be a "vile weed".
She can be seen in the background as the cashier at Monk's in almost every episode that features the interior of the cafe as a setting. A trademark of the show is that Jerry greets him with a contemptuous disdainful "Hello... In The Raincoats, Helen Seinfeld automatically addresses Newman with the same tone.
He declines to shake hands with the Japanese representative because of this and ruins the merger. Eats his Snickers bars with a knife and fork and prefers to wear white knee socks. Becomes violent if referred to as a "midget." Often appears in roles as children or elves (with Kramer at a department store).