Mannequin Reminds 'Seinfeld' Actor Of Kramer's Photoshoot Episode Jason Alexander remembers posing for the scene. He saw a mannequin recently: stout balding guy in underwear. He tweeted: if anyone puts glasses on the second one from the left, there'll be a lawsuit.
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Mannequin Reminds 'Seinfeld' Actor Of Kramer's Photoshoot Episode

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Mannequin Reminds 'Seinfeld' Actor Of Kramer's Photoshoot Episode

Mannequin Reminds 'Seinfeld' Actor Of Kramer's Photoshoot Episode

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. "Seinfeld" fans may remember Kramer's photoshoot.

(SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "SEINFELD")

MICHAEL RICHARDS: (As Kramer) And I like what you're wearing.

JASON ALEXANDER: (As George) I feel fat.

RICHARDS: (As Kramer) No, no. You're stout.

GREENE: Kramer's model - George in his underwear. Actor Jason Alexander clearly remembers posing for that scene. He saw a mannequin the other day - stout balding guy, underwear. And he tweeted, if anyone puts glasses on the second one from the left, there'll be a lawsuit.

(SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "SEINFELD")

RICHARDS: (As Kramer) Well, you know, you've got some real strong pecs, but it's hard to tell under that T-shirt.

GREENE: It's MORNING EDITION.

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