Curb Your Enthusiasm 8 Seasons 2002
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1. Chet's Shirt In the Season Three premiere, Larry and Jeff invest in a restaurant with Ted Danson. To celebrate, Larry decides to get matching shirts for himself and Ted, but when Ted finds a stain on his shirt, it leads to a variety of troubles.
2. The Benadryl Brownie Larry enters the world of cell phones, but his first call leads to a big mix-up. The end result leaves Richard's new girlfriend with a serious case of the hives...just as the couple is about to be scrutinized by Joan Rivers at the Emmy(R) Awards.
3. Club Soda and Salt Larry, Jeff and Ted scramble to find a new chef when the current one quits in the aftermath of the hives incident. Meanwhile, a couple rejects Larry's wedding gift because it's more than a year late, and a saleswoman fears that Larry is stalking her.
4. The Nanny Larry, Cheryl, Jeff and Susie encounter a 'nanny from hell' whose reign of terror is thwarted by ten sponge cakes. Larry commits a 'penis faux pas' after a pool party, and Richard Lewis seeks immortality from 'Bartlett's Quotations.…
5. The Terrorist Attack A rumored threat of a terrorist attack overshadows a benefit performance at the home of one of Larry's friends. Meanwhile, Larry snubs Paul Reiser's wife Mindy during a series of encounters at a restaurant and the perfume shop where she works.
6. The Special Section Larry receives some bad news while he's shooting a film in NYC, but he uses the situation as an excuse to get out of a number of unappealing invitations.
7. The Corpse-Sniffing Dog After dinner with another couple, Larry ponders an etiquette question. Meanwhile, Jeff's allergies force him to ask his daughter to choose between him and the family's German shepherd.
8. Krazee-Eyez Killa Larry is accused of betraying the confidence of Wanda's rapper boyfriend. Later, he alienates Jeff's wife Susie and then runs into problems trying to replace a jacket that Cheryl threw out.
9. Mary, Joseph and Larry Larry proves to be an incompetent Christmas tipper, while both he and Jeff prove to be lousy liars. Later, Larry tries to make amends for ruining a manger scene set up by Cheryl's family.
10. The Grand Opening In the Season Three finale, Larry figures out a way to fire a chef and alienate an important restaurant critic...days before his new bistro is about to open!
|Starring||Larry David, Jeff Garlin|
|Supporting actors||Cheryl Hines, Ted Danson, Michael York, Richard Lewis, Susie Essman, Cheri Oteri, Tim Kazurinsky, Michael Aquino, Lou DiMaggio, Ashly Holloway, Brandon Johnson, Khali Macintyre, Suzy Nakamura, Jim Staahl, Richard Tibbetts|
|Executive Producer||Larry David|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
This guy David really is funny... Can readily see why Seinfeld was/is so successful!Published 29 days ago by T. G. Garille
curb is a great show. this is for a few downloads i got when away from the DVD, kind of a 'curb booster shot'.Published 1 month ago by Catso
Larry David is just naturally funny, I always love the story line, and his "celebrity friends" I'm ready for the new season when ever that will be......Published 2 months ago by Mildred Z. Smith
This entire series is Larry David un-cut. You get the same sort of situations from Seinfeld but is much more funny.Published 2 months ago by Josh Wiedder
like all larry david episodes. he is a very funny and great comedy writer as well as a comedian for everyone to enjoyPublished 4 months ago by Michael
I like the annoying Larry David and Curb, but looking at a child's privates and suggesting porn is not appropriate - downright disgusting.Published 5 months ago by danjarvie
Larry David is brilliant, & this show has turned into my favorite comedy series. I love Seinfeld, but prefer Curb even more.Published 6 months ago by Chris Butchee
I must admit. I'm very biased. I absolutely love Curb Your Enthusiasm. Although Season 2 is my all-time favorite season, I'd forgotten the hidden gems in Season 3. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Traci Spencer Roche