publication date: Monday, May 4, 1998 (part of Round I)

category: Television

clue: This Seinfeld semi-regular never rode into Prussia.

explanation: Alexander was best known for his role as George Costanza on Seinfeld. His character was so neurotic that the clue jokingly referred to him as a "semi-regular" instead of a regular. He also was known for pitching Rold Gold pretzels in TV commercials. In ancient times, Alexander the Great conquered Prussia and other lands. more…

solved by: Matthew Preston, Kelly Hardie, Jason Peter Fedorow, Ryan Orsucci, and Erik Nelson

trivia: This was the first goo to involve one of the most-used gooing techniques: Morphing the entire image until it is unrecognizeable, then un-gooing the facial area just enough to spot the celebrity.


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