George never stopped pretending to pursue his dream of a career in architecture. Below are many of those references, and remember - it's not a lie, if you believe it.
- The Stakeout (1990)
George: You came to see me, I work in the building.
Jerry: What do you do?
George: I'm an *architect*.
Jerry: You're an *architect*?
George: I'm not?
Jerry: I don't see architecture comin' from you...
- The Marine Biologist (1994)
George: Why couldn't you have made me an architect? You know I always wanted to pretend that I was an architect.
George: Yeah, but enough about fish I can talk about other things - like architecture.
- The Race (1994)
Lois: What do you do?
George: I'm an architect.
Lois: Have you designed any buildings in New York?
George: Have you seen the new addition to the Guggenheim?
Lois: You did that?
George: Yep. And it didn't take very long either.
- The Blood (1997)
George: Well, I'm also an architect. Is that pastrami?
Vivian: Yes it is. I find the pastrami to be the most sensual of all the salted cured meats. Hungry?
- The Van Buren Boys (1997)
George: Besides, Steven Koren has the highest of aspirations. He wants to be ... an architect.
Wyck: Is that right?
Steven: Actually, maybe I could set my sights a little bit higher.
George: Steven, nothing is higher than an architect.
Steven: I think I'd really like to be a city planner. Why limit myself to just one building, when I can design a whole city?
Wyck: Well, that's a good point.
George: No, it's not.
Steven: Well, isn't an architect just an art school drop-out with a tilty desk, and a big ruler?
George: (defensively) It's called a T-square.