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  • Actors: Larry David, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Garlin, Martin Scorsese, Chris Williams
  • Directors: Andy Ackerman, Bryan Gordon, David Steinberg, Larry Charles, Robert B. Weide
  • Writers: Larry David
  • Producers: Alan Zweibel, Erin O'Malley
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Colour, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Hbo Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 18 Jan. 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00067BCB8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 144,880 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Curb Your Enthusiasm ~ Season 3

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The third season of HBO's comedy sensation offers more of the same. "Not that there's anything wrong with that," to quote Larry David's other television series, a certain little sitcom called Seinfeld. Consequently, Curb Your Enthusiasm's junior year means more Larry (Larry David) and more of his hilariously embarrassing mishaps. It also means more of his patient spouse Cheryl (Cheryl Hines), avuncular manager Jeff (Jeff Garlin), Jeff’s foul-mouthed wife Susie (Susie Essman), and assorted celebrity pals, including Richard Lewis, Ted Danson, Wanda Sykes, Paul Reiser, and Martin Short, all playing themselves (or, like Larry, versions thereof).

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 mother’s 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.

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 5 Sept. 2005
Format: DVD
Larry David, simply has created a comedy series that is even better than Seinfeld. The scenarios created tend to be fairly obvious and one can generally (after watching a couple of episodes) see where the plot direction is going, generally Larry will end up in quite possibly the most cringe inducing scene you can imagine (think the dance scene in The Office and double it). Every tale is great, my favourite, The Corpse Sniffing Dog, a woman with an insane potty mouth, a drunken toddler, a lack of manners, Ted Danson and Michael (so out of place, it hurts) York, you'll be in stitches. American comedy when they get it right is superb. I've just finished watching the 30th episode of CYE and undoubtedly the best comedic series ever, if of course you like slapstick and profanity in equal measure. Wonderful, give Mr.David more of your hard earned cash, (like he needs it).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By j dugoses on 17 Jun. 2005
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I bought this because I'm a big Seinfeld fan, and it's brilliant.
I agree with a lot of the stuff written in reviews of series 1 and 2, you can sometimes see whats coming, but it's no less funny for that. I felt Larry looked a little pleased with himself as well, but if a lot of it's improvised he's most likely trying to keep a straight face.
The show deals with common day social scenarios, although there is a theme running through the whole series. Larry's attitude and behavioural traits shape his response in these situations, and the plots build up a la Seinfeld into hilarious farcical endings.
I particularly like the blow-up rows and gratuitous insults which are traded in certain episodes as things come to a head, but that's probably just me.
There's plenty more here besides that. Just buy it.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Gulley Jimson on 11 Jan. 2005
Format: DVD
Larry David continues to find more and more ways of putting his foot in his mouth in this, the 3rd season of his painfully funny HBO sit-com. Watch, with opened mouth amazement, as Larry spikes some brownies, recommends a deranged nanny, thwarts an Alanis Morissette concert, robs a grave and gets a child drunk. The undoubted highlight, however, is episode 8, in which Larry befriends a gangsta rapper called Krazee-Eyez Killa; it's probably the greatest half-hour of TV comedy that I've ever witnessed.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Karen Tsharakyan on 20 Sept. 2005
Format: DVD
As a devout Seinfeld fan, I must admit, CYE is on a different level. It is simply a masterpiece of comedy which has instantly acquired a cult status in my household. Episodes like The Doll are just incredibly hillarious. The plots in each episode are so good, you could turn them is short stories. I cannot wait to see the Series 4! If someone runs a poll to nominate the best sitcom of all times, I will vote for CYE without any doubt.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By haunted on 11 Mar. 2011
Format: DVD
French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre said, "Hell is other people". "Curb your Enthusiasm" seems to be Larry David's nod of agreement to Sartre on that point.

There is probably a bit of Larry David in all of us. By Larry David I mean the character portrayed in this show. He behaves in a way that we would all like to at least sometimes but don't think we would get away with.

Every day most of us are frustrated or annoyed by a situation we find ourselves in at work, with a family member or friend or just in the local shop. For the most part we bite our tongue and get on with things. Larry, for the most part, says what he really thinks, seemingly without thinking of the consequences. For example when he thinks he has given a waiter at his country club a Christmas tip twice by mistake he doesn't leave it go but asks the waiter for one of the tips back, and doesn't believe the waiter when he denies getting two tips! Who would put themselves in position in real life?

Occasionally he tries to avoid an uncomfortable situation but this is a guaranteed way to make matters a whole lot worse.

You could argue that a lot of the situations Larry finds himself can be seen coming a mile off and are far-fetched. In my opinion the best comedy is often about taking an everyday situation and stretching it just a little beyond realism. "Curb Your Enthusiasm" does this perfectly.

There are ten episodes in Series 3. Each episode has it's own storyline and the ongoing story of Larry's investment in a new restaurant is a thread that runs through the series.
There are great performances from David himself and of course Cheryl Hines as his long-suffering wife. There are appearances from well-known faces such as Ted Danson and Michael York playing themselves.

There are some extras on the DVD such as Larry David and some of the cast and crew talking about their favourite scenes at a comedy festival.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Captain Pugwash on 31 Mar. 2009
Format: DVD
The master of passive-aggressive behaviour returns for a third series of comic mishaps played straight. After the runaway success of the first two seasons, Curb your Enthusiasm really hits its stride here; Larry David becomes an investor in an up-market LA eaterie, and naturally he soon alienates the chef, his fellow investors and one-by-one his entire social circle. David acts as though normal rules do not apply to him, as he breaks the house rules at a garden party resulting in his becoming responsible for a pyschopathic nanny; fires his TV repair guy and is consequently accused of racism; betrays his wife's friend's trust, and buys a wedding present 14 months after the event, leading to the destruction of yet another friendship.
As usual, Larry's misplaced trust in his oafish manager Jeff is the root cause of many of his troubles, whilst his hard-headed determination to insist that others see the world his way invariably leads to conflict and social trauma.
It is sometimes possible to sympathise with Larry, However, many of the problems he comes up against are entirely self-inflicted and it is this combination of pathos and embarrassment that makes the show so addictive. In the most cringe worthy episode, Larry is away from home and hears of his mother's death; he subsequently uses his bereavement as a device to get out of unwelcome social engagements; typically self-centred behaviour from David. Another high point is when Larry becomes convinced that a terrorist attack is imminent, and immediately decides that he can leave his wife Cheryl behind while he escapes the city; in the same episode he is the cause of Alanis Morisette damaging her neck and his all too brutal honesty with some friends leads to further social suicide.
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