Found May 18, 2012 on Sportress of Blogitude:
Few characters in television history have become so inextricably entwined with the actor who played them than David Puddy, the slow-witted, high-fiving, fur coat-wearing, Jesus-loving, germaphobe-afflicted, grease monkey-converted-to-salesman, on-and-off boyfriend of Elaine Benes, as portrayed by Patrick Warburton on Seinfeld. And perhaps the most memorable aspect of Puddy’s identity is that of his die-hard, over-the-top [...]
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