The Best Frank Costanza Quotes From 'Seinfeld'

While Jerry Stiller may no longer be with us, his funny Frank Costanza quotes will continue to live on and put smiles on millions of people's faces. Frank was George Costanza's father and would appear from time to time to make some memorable moments happen. Perhaps his biggest contribution to the Seinfeld mythos is his creation of the holiday Festivus, which he created as a reaction to the commercialism of Christmas. But which of these funny Frank Costanza quotes is the best? You get to help decide by voting up the funny lines, hilarious one-liners, and memorable dialogue he said during his episodes on Seinfeld.

Frank Costanza was quick to anger, but in that anger, you would often find some comedic gems. Vote for what you think are the best Frank Costanza lines of all time. Jerry Stiller was a comedic genius, and he could turn pretty much any piece of dialogue into instant hilarity. 

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  • Serenity Now
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    55 VOTES

    Serenity Now

    Frank Costanza: [Yelling] Serenity now. Serenity now.

    55 votes
  • Festivus for the Rest-of-Us
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    52 VOTES

    Festivus for the Rest-of-Us

    Frank Costanza: But out of that, a new holiday was born. A Festivus for the rest-of-us.

    52 votes
  • Airing of Grievances
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    49 VOTES

    Airing of Grievances

    Frank Costanza: The tradition of Festivus begins with the airing of grievances. I've got a lot of problems with you people, and now, you're gonna hear about it!

    49 votes
  • Piece of Me
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    37 VOTES

    Piece of Me

    Frank Costanza: You saying you want a piece of me?

    37 votes
  • The Hen, The Chicken, And The Rooster
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    41 VOTES

    The Hen, The Chicken, And The Rooster

    Frank Costanza: Let me understand, you got the hen, the chicken, and the rooster. The rooster goes with the chicken. So, who's having sex with the hen?

    41 votes
  • Even Parents Have Limits
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    32 VOTES

    Even Parents Have Limits

    Frank Costanza: George, we've had it with you. Understand? We love you like a son, but even parents have limits.

    32 votes