Holistic healer Tor Eckman, George Costanza Mug
Holistic healer Tor Eckman, George Costanza Mug
Holistic healer Tor Eckman, George Costanza Mug
Holistic healer Tor Eckman, George Costanza Mug

Holistic healer Tor Eckman, George Costanza Mug

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Whether you're drinking your morning coffee, evening tea, or something in between – this mug's for you! It's sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that'll withstand the microwave and dishwasher.

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• White and glossy
• 11oz mug; Dimensions: height - 3.85" (9.8 cm), diameter - 3.35" (8.5 cm)
• 15oz mug dimensions: height - 4.7" (12 cm), diameter 3.35" (8.5 cm)

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Theme of the design
The Heart Attack Episode: During his one-time appearance Tor claims he became a healer to fight the medical establishment, believing it functions like a business and is only interested in keeping people sick so they can make more money. He also claims to have lived with Eskimos briefly, where he supposedly learned some of his healing techniques. Tor knew both Kramer and Jerry before this episode, with Jerry claiming Tor was a nut who spent time in prison, whereas Kramer claims Tor is a rebel who was framed. George goes to Tor because he only charges 38 dollars for a first-time visit, whereas a hospital stay which would cost thousands of dollars. Once there, Tor performs a series of unorthodox tests on George by feeling his face and telling him he should have waited for a different month to be born. Tor also insists that George start taking cold showers. Tor claims George's illness isn't tonsillitis, but is actually caused by an imbalance with nature involving the elements of air and wind. Tor makes a special tea for George that is meant to heal him, but actually ends up turning George purple and forcing him to go back to the hospital. Tor Eckman was portrayed by Stephen Tobolowsky.
TOR: Do you use hot water in the shower? GEORGE: Yes. TOR: Stop using it. GEORGE: ..Okay. KRAMER: I'm off hot water. TOR: Kramer tells me that you are interested in an alternative to surgery. GEORGE: Yes, yes I am. TOR: (Blows into George's face) I think we can help you. See, unfortunately, the medical establishment is a business like any other business. And business needs customers. And they want to sell you their most expensive item which is unnecessary surgery. GEORGE: Can I use hot water on my face? TOR: No. You know, I am not a business man. I'm a holistic healer. It's a calling, it's a gift. You see, it's in the best interest of the medical profession that you remain sick. See, that insures good business. You're not a patient, you're a customer. JERRY: (thinks this, we can hear his thoughts) And you're not a doctor, but you play one in real life. GEORGE: What about shaving? TOR: (To Jerry) You're eating too much dairy. (To George) May I? (Reaches over, and touches George's face) GEORGE: I guess so. TOR: (Feeling George's face) You see, you are in disharmony. The throat is the gateway to the lung. Tonsillitis, adenoiditis, is, in Chinese medical terms, an invasion of heat and wind. JERRY: (Again, we hear his thoughts) There's some hot air blowing in here... TOR: You know, I lived with the Eskimos many years ago, and they used to plunge their faces into the snow. GEORGE: Can it be lukewarm? JERRY: Too much dairy? You really think I'm eating too much dairy?