For the last 50 years Jerry Stiller was one of the finest comic presence on screen. His impeccable comic timing and his hilarious manner of speaking was a joy to watch on screen. Among his most notable contributions to cinema include his role as Frank Costanza in Seinfeld. Although he appeared for only 26 episodes, the character left a lasting impression among the binge watchers of the show.
Frank’s friendship with Kramer and his interactions with wife were the highlights of the show. To get angry at the slightest of opportunities were also a funny thing to watch about him. His measured and conservative behavior with his son George was such an emotion filled part of the show. Some of his most memorable moments are captured in the following episodes
In this episode we get too see very early on the kind of person Frank is. His enraged interaction with fellow people leaves us wandering the incredible character shade he possessed. While on the other hand he is quite free with Kramer as both of them develop an inseparable bond on the show. Frank has some of the best one liners in the show which are revealed much more through his entire span on the show. All of them are equally hilarious and are sure to tickle your funny bones.
This would perhaps be the most memorable episode among all of them. In this Frank somehow realizes that he has large breasts and he should wear a bra to cover them. This leads him to the idea of selling bras from door to door. In this endeavor of his he gets to convince his best pal Kramer and the two embark on their adventure of selling bras. The camaraderie between Kramer and Frank makes this episode one of the most hilarious and memorable among all the other ones.
Serenity Now!- this undoubtedly is one of the most popular catchphrases used in the entire show. Whenever Frank is angry he is seen screaming these words to calm his senses. A 70 year old man screaming like this at the top of his voice looking to get rid of his rage was the most iconic sight in the entire show. Many such episodes have ended with Frank saying the above words.