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In two separate episodes of Seinfeld, George mentions his brother.

The first, in episode fifteen of the third season, titled "The Suicide":

RULA: Who’s Pauline?
GEORGE: Pauline? . . . Wait a minute. I got it. My brother once impregnated a woman named Pauline.
RULA: Do you think about her?
GEORGE: When I hear her name mentioned.

The second, in the twenty-third episode of the third season, titled "The Parking Spot":

ELAINE: Oh come on, George, please put it in a garage. I don't want to spend an hour looking for a space.
GEORGE: I can't park in a garage.
ELAINE: Why?
GEORGE: I don't know, I just can't. Nobody in my family can pay for parking, it's a sickness. My father never paid for parking; my mother, my brother, nobody. We can't do it.

Further confusing the situation is that in later episodes George repeatedly claims to be an only child. (examples welcome)

< seinfeldvoice >
So what's the deal with George Constanza's brother? Is he real, or is George an only child?
< / seinfeldvoice >

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I love how I read everything in the respective character's voices –  TylerShads May 11 '12 at 14:17
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Haha same! Those voices are tattooed into the ol' brain basket. –  stevvve May 11 '12 at 14:24
    
+1 for a Seinfeld question! –  Mehper C. Palavuzlar May 11 '12 at 15:23
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Unfortunately it is an unsolved mystery; those are the only 2 times his brother is mentioned and there is much more of him claiming otherwise.

  • It could only be a common "movie" mistake, since there is not any weight put on his brother he is only used as a subject in a response.
  • In other case it could only be that his is just sarcastic when telling he is only child, like he has a grunge against his brother.

I would go with a "movie" mistake however.

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