Two Syracuse University students sat in the front row of a faux sedan atop the stage in Hendricks Chapel last night. In the backseat, Frank Costanza complained about his lack of legroom.
The students, who pretended to be Estelle and George Costanza, and Jerry Stiller, the actor who played Frank, read from a "Seinfeld" script portraying a typical Costanza family moment.
"Serenity now! Serenity Now!" Frank shouted in order to reduce the stress he felt from the situation, as he did in one of the recurring character's more memorable scenes from the long-running NBC sitcom, "Seinfeld."
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