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The theme that (loosely) ties these 10 episodes together is Larry's involvement in upscale eatery Bobo's, in which Danson and Michael York (yes, that Michael York) are co-investors. As expected, the restaurant will serve to complicate Larry's life in every conceivable way--and vice versa. But the funniest (and most profane) episode must surely be "Krazee-Eyez Killa," starring Chris Williams (Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story) as the fidelity-impaired gangster rapper to whom Wanda has become engaged. This riotous installment, which sends up Jewish, Italian, and African American gangsters alike, won an Emmy for Robert B. Weide's direction and features that old master-of-direction himself, Martin Scorsese, who first appeared in "The Special Section" (in which Larry bribes a gravedigger to relocate his mothers gravesite). It's also the episode in which Larry gets a hair stuck in his throat. That hair, which once belonged to someone rather close to him, will remain lodged there for the next several episodes, until a "divine intervention" in "Mary, Joseph and Larry" dislodges it once and for all--along with the last of Larry's dignity. --Kathleen C. Fennessy --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.
Larry David is a genius! Such clever scripts and always funny. Love the 'cringe' factor. Hope there's a movie or new series in the pipeline.Published 3 months ago by not quite god
Amusing rather than belly laughs but am enjoying the journey though the Seasons.Published 3 months ago by Jolly Good
I haven't watched any of these as I bought them as a gift. The recipient is very pleased with both the content and the quality.Published 11 months ago by Janine
Purchased as a Christmas gift for my nephew. He is very happy with it. That is all I can say about it. :)Published 12 months ago by Fordie777
Curb your Enthusiam is the funniest thing in the world, I laugh so hard at this only a few shows that make me laugh out loudPublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer