If you have a trip planned to New York City in August then you might want to take a look at the Brooklyn Cyclones' Seinfield night so you can grab one of these amazing George Constanza bobbleheads.
Each year, the Cyclones, known as the High-A minor league baseball team affiliated with the New York Mets, brilliantly host Seinfeld Night, a celebration of not only one of the most exceptional sitcoms in history but also one of the greatest television shows ever created.
In 2023, Brooklyn is taking their event to the next level by providing attendees with a George Costanza (played by Jason Alexander) bobblehead. However, it's not just any George Costanza bobblehead; it depicts him riding on the back of a whale, extracting a golf ball from its blowhole.
Have a look at this beaut:
The world is not prepared for this pic.twitter.com/6L7KeCKoIQ
— Brooklyn Cyclones (@BKCyclones) May 9, 2023
In case you're unfamiliar with the context, the image of George on the whale is a nod to the iconic Seinfeld episode titled "The Marine Biologist." In the episode, Jerry tells an old college friend that George has become a marine biologist who specializes in whales. This lie eventually leads to George having to extract a golf ball from a whale's blowhole to keep up the charade. The episode is widely regarded as a classic.
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