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Curb Your Enthusiasm 8 Seasons 2000

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Season 1
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4.4 out of 5 stars (4,106) IMDb 8.7/10

In Season One of HBO's hit comedy series, Larry David stars as...Larry David--and displays the same hopelessly abrasive personality that gets him into endless trouble with relatives, friends, business associates and incest survivors!

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Larry David, Jeff Garlin

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Season 1
1. The Pants Tent
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In the pilot episode of this hit comedy series, an innocent bunch-up in Larry's trousers gives rise to an embarrassing situation.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: October 15, 2000
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2. Ted and Mary

Larry and Cheryl's fun-filled bowling date with Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen ends with Larry's shoes missing.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: October 22, 2000
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3. Porno Gil

Larry sets off a bizarre chain of events (as he always seems to do) in which he is forced to attend a party at the home of a porno businessman.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: October 29, 2000
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4. The Bracelet

Larry is continuously thwarted in his effort to buy a bracelet as a peace-making gift for Cheryl.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: November 5, 2000
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5. Interior Decorator

An act of kindness results in Larry missing a meeting with an actress whose phone number he just can't get!

TV-14 CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: November 12, 2000
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6. The Wire

Larry and Cheryl befriend their odd neighbors in order to get their approval to bury an unsightly phone wire.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: November 19, 2000
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7. Aamco

A radio commercial causes Larry to crash Jeff's beloved car during a test drive.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: November 26, 2000
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8. Beloved Aunt

Larry's offer to help with Cheryl's recently deceased aunt's obituary results in a shockingly profane misspelling.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: December 3, 2000
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9. Affirmative Action

Larry insults a black dermatologist while on the way to fill a prescription for Cheryl's skin condition.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: December 10, 2000
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10. The Group

In the Season One finale, Larry lands in trouble with his wife, a stage director, an old flame and an incest survivors' group!

TV-14 CC Runtime: 30 minutes Release date: December 17, 2000
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At first I was like "um...no," but then I continued watching because I rented the disks from Netflix and then I ended up laughing my ass off. This is a weird comedy show. The timing is really strange, because it is improvised apparently. Now I can't get enough of the show. Larry David is just so...inappropriate sometimes it makes you die laughing. And the cast is just great too. They all play it off like pros. I have ordered the series now and can't wait to watch them all again. One episode was so funny I had to watch it like four times in a row. Maybe that says something strange about my creepy life that I'm watching Larry David so much, but c'est la vie! My advice is to watch the entire first season and see if it doesn't sink into your skin. Larry David's humor is not for everyone, but if you are smart and kind of dorky sometimes with a wicked sense of humor you should like this.
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I just finished watching the season finale of the fourth season and I must say I am going to miss this show. In the past few months I have watched all four seasons and this is the ONLY television show that almost every time leaves me with a huge laugh at the end. This show is intelligent and so brilliantly simple and complex at the same time. Do yourself a favor, WATCH this show, comprised of people who are at the top of their craft!
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Of course when people think of the word "Seinfeld" they think of either the Emmy award winning Show, or the stand-up comedian. The average Joe doesn't ever add Larry David to that mix. Considering how Larry David is the Co-Creator of "Seinfeld" that in itself is a crime. "Curb Your Enthusiasm" is the exact opposite...after watching so much as one episode of this brilliant show, Larry David is the only thing you can think about. In essence, this show is primarily the ongoing saga of "A show about nothing". The twist is that Larry has decided to make himself the lead role, and nobody could even come close to doing it better.
Larry represents what all of us feel at certain times in our lives. He is simply a person trying to live his life without problems, yet his mouth and his day to day communications with society prevent him from ever coming close to achieving his goal. Almost every episode begins innocent, and by the end the average viewer feels just as lost and victimized as Larry does. When I say victimized, I simply mean that Larry ain't perfect...but neither is the world he lives in.
For example, in the first episode Larry comments to his wife Cheryl(played by Cheryl Hines) that his pants "Bunch up" in a rather peculiar way when he sits down. That simple observation alone sparks a series of downward spirals which eventually leave Larry completely unable to explain what is in fact(more times than not) the truth.
There are times when watching this show that you can't help but cringe because you know what will end up being Larry's downfall. But it is the eventual downfall and events that transpire that keep you watching(and laughing).
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If you can stand Seinfeld with no language restrictions, this show is insanely great. Larry David is a genius, and doesn't fear making himself look like a totally self-centered and horrid person. The fact that his character is "Larry David, the Creator of Seinfeld" in the show wonderfully blurs the line between reality and fiction.
When you see this show, you will realize that the greatest part of the Seinfeld show was from the mind of Larry David. This alone makes the show fascinating to watch.
There are wonderful recurring cameos by Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Richard Lewis, and a host of others.
There is a significant level of discomfort watching this show, and you might even find yourself yelling at the TV as Larry David digs himself into ever deeper holes through his habit of obfuscation and dissassembly. The hilarious thing is that his intentions are generally good, but the result is disastrous. It's wonderful that he never really learns why people end up despising him so much. If he did, he wouldn't get into so much trouble and the show wouldn't be nearly as funny.
The humor is very REAL, despite coming from rather outlandish circumstances at times. If you have any appreciation of existential humor, you MUST see this show. It is a true treasure of modern comedy.
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Without handheld cameras, low production values and a lot of adlibbing, "Curb Your Enthusiasm" has the look of a cross between reality-TV, your uncle's home movies and high budget porn. Adding to the strange "real life" quality of the show is that the star/creator Larry David plays a character named Larry David and the show is littered with appearances by the likes of Richard Lewis, Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen and Julia Louis-Dreyfus all playing "themselves" (or people in alternative realities who look like them and have the same life histories).

In another show about nothing, "Curb" focuses on the daily life of "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David and maintains many of the qualities of the groundbreaking comedy. Each episode builds its own plot, with a revolving door of supporting players. But the show is its star, Larry David. Fans (or loathers) of George Costanza will see similarities between the fictitious George and the man who created him. Like George, the neurotic Larry obsesses over events that do not go well, over-analyzes everything, and often is the chief saboteur in destroying his ambitious plans. Most episodes end with Larry coming face to face with the most disastrous consequences of his conniving ways.

"Curb" is not for everyone, as many of the plots grow from distasteful subject matter and in the Dadaistic sense, challenge conventions and cultural norms for comedy. Stories are built from incest survivors groups, pants that make Larry appear constantly aroused and the season's most shocking moment, an obituary typo for a "beloved aunt" in which the "a" is replaced by the worst letter possible for that situation (think about it if you must).
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