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Curb Your Enthusiasm 8 Seasons 2007

Season 6
4.5 out of 5 stars (44) IMDb 8.7/10

All 10 episodes from the sixth season of the award-winning US TV series in which Larry David (of 'Seinfeld' fame), has it all - career, happy marriage, friends, beautiful home - but always finds that in spite of his seemingly perfect existence, his day-to-day life can, and generally does, turn into a sequence of misfortunes.

Starring:
Larry David, Jeff Garlin

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1. Meet the Blacks

In the Season Six premiere, Cheryl talks Larry into adopting the Blacks, a family displaced by a hurricane, and Larry invents the 'perfect' excuse for missing a pair of parties.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 9 September 2007
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2. The Anonymous Donor

The Davids and the Blacks move into a new house, and take in a new guest; Larry rewrites a dry-cleaning rule; Jeff finds his reputation stained; Larry envies Ted's anonymity.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 16 September 2007
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3. The Ida Funkhouser Roadside Memorial

Larry argues with Susie and Richard over condolences, confronts a pair of 'sample abusers' at an ice-cream parlor and a perfumery, and is accused of pinching flowers by Marty Funkhouser.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 23 September 2007
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4. The Lefty Call

Larry regrets getting Richard's girlfriend Cha Cha a job near the office bathroom; a waiter is doomed by a doggy-bag dispute; Larry proves inept at talking lefty.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 30 September 2007
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5. The Freak Book

A book about freaks, coupled with a chauffeur's incapacity, sets Larry up for a string of ejections involving Ted, John and a group of mourners.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: 7 October 2007
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6. The Rat Dog

Larry tests the limits of sick sex; Loretta and Leon's job prospects are burned by a slow toaster; Larry befriends an exterminator, to a deaf woman's regret.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 14 October 2007
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7. The TiVo Guy

A malfunctioning TV device puts Larry's marriage with Cheryl into a crisis mode.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 21 October 2007
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8. The N Word

Larry tries to do Auntie Rae a favor, but ends up offending her instead. Jeff's stay at the hospital to get a 'snore job' opens up a new opportunity for Larry, who takes full advantage of it.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 28 October 2007
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9. The Therapists

Larry tries to curry favor with Cheryl by influencing her therapist.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 30 minutes Release date: 4 November 2007
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10. The Bat Mitzvah

In the Season Six finale, an upcoming Bat Mitzvah provides Larry with an opportunity to clear up his recent domestic travails--as well as some nasty rumors.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 35 minutes Release date: 11 November 2007
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I thought Series 4 and 5 of "Curb" were merely very good, as compared with the first 3 series which were consistently side-splitting. I didn't imagine Larry David would carry on much longer with "Curb", as he has shown he knows when to quit (viz. Seinfeld). However, Series 6 is a surprise return to form. I can't say why it's better than 4 and 5: maybe it's that the "meta-plots" are richer (the Davids taking in a family of hurricane evacuees, the Blacks; Cheryl leaving Larry); maybe it's the contributions of new support actors, in particular J B Smoove as Leon Black; but on the whole, the energy levels have been cranked right back up to 10. As ever, underneath the outrageous shows of misanthropy, there is a paradoxical warmth to Larry David's humour. I hope he can keep up this level of quality, because I will miss "Curb" when it's gone.
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The plot situations sometimes make me squirm to watch, but Larry David is a unique talent and the ensemble actors are excellent. The improvised nature of the acting make the episodes as realistic as you could get, all within Larry David's very clever and funny plot framework. The lead performances could not be better or more natural, especially his wife (Cheryl Hines) and manager.(Jeff Garlin).
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This is the best Season of Curbs yet. I agree, the inroduction of "The Blacks" is fantastic, right from the start. Larry's opening line to them (I won't spoil it) is fantastic. Leon Black is a comedy superstar with one of the foulest mouths I have ever heard.
I particularly liked the close to the edge humour, touching upon racial issues, Larry's genital problem, a "stain" on the quilt, Larry's "itchy anus" (he meets a girlfriend who has the same problem), and the one where he meets the white supremicist is a classic.
Sometimes bizarre, sometimes shocking in how close to the edge it gets, but with morals and a love story and ALWAYS hilarious, boy, am I glad Larry decided to make Season 6!
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To sustain the level of comic and writing genius that Larry David had done over the previous five seasons of Curb Your EnthusiasmCurb Your Enthusiasm : Complete HBO Seasons 1 To 5 Box Set is some achievement. Even if you think that the series tailed off a bit after season 3 we are still talking very high levels of comedy writing and performing -certainly way superior to anything else around .Season 6 seems to have divided opinion among those who think it's the best ever and those who think it's a series too far. I , with typical contrariness and even-handedness fall somewhere in the midlle.There is much here to enjoy - the scenarios are still sharp and the performances still terrific but occasionally it slips into laziness - the joke based around Larry supposedly masturbating when actually doing something else is used too often and having become seasoned observers of the show you sometimes know where something is heading .
So in season 6 Larry is heading for divorce ( frankly it's a surprise it took this long) , has taken in the Blacks , a family who have been made homeless after a hurricane and who are errr Black. Much is made of this and it is very funny . There are the usual foul ups , misunderstandings , contretemps as Larry is still unable to put the brakes on his borderline misanthropy. Larry has opinions like the rest of us but where we in social situations can defer to societal niceties and keep them to our self's, Larry cannot. If something irks him he complains....and keeps complaining, he is a human limpet in that he cannot let go .
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Larry David is a genius! Shame the video quality isn't good but the script writing and interplay between the performers is outstanding! Makes you wonder how people can find the puerility of people like Russell Brand even remotely amusing!
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This, in my opinion, is one of the very best seasons of 'Curb'
We see the introduction of the Black family, when I say black I mean that black is the name of the family not that they are black, but they are..... oh dear ..... erm....
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Some may argue that this is the weaker of the six seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm, but i believe it's perhaps the best of them all.

The introduction of The Blacks, a family which fell victim to a hurricane, mixes things up for the David household, adding an ethnic edge much more prevalent than that which Wanda occasionally brought to the show.

Leon, a member of the Black family, is fantastic to watch and comes out with some brilliant one-liners, with Larry bouncing off him in marvelous fashion.

As a bonus for comedy fans, Steve Coogan pops up as Larry's therapist.

Sadly the main storyline is that of Larry and Cheryl breaking up, which is sad but it has to be said, the introduction of the Blacks overshadows this, and carries every episode.

If you like Curb, you'll love this season. If you don't, buy it anyway!
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After 5 great series' of Larry David's cringe-inducing faux reality TV show, I really think it's time to pull the plug. The Americans never have been too hot on quitting whilst they're ahead though, and as the series gets more contrived and silly it risks tarnishing the quality that preceded it.

The story arc for this season involves the Davids taking in a displaced family whose home has been destroyed by Hurricane Katarina. Larry immediately makes an impression when he points out that the Blacks' name matches their skin colour, and follows this up by traumatizing Loretta Black's daughter with a big black penis cake he orders from an erotic bakery. When Loretta's brother Leon arrives at the house, Cheryl accuses him of masturbating on her blanket and Larry of course has to confront him, which he does, subsequently discovering that the culprit is in fact Jeff. When Larry meets a deaf lady at a school play and manages to insult her dog and her husband respectively the contrivances become too much.

There are still some good moments - Larry stealing bunches of flowers from Marty Funkhouser's mother's roadside memorial, and attempting to get a sick and feverish Cheryl to have sex with him. Another great moment occurs when Larry and Leon, who have the same mobile phone, accidentally switch them with predictable but hilarious results. Overall though it seems like the series has come to a natural end, with too much reliance on the foul-mouthed tirades of Jeff's wife Suzie, jokes that have been repeated too often e.g. Larry offending Black people, and altogether too much of the irksome Richard Lewis. This is still a quality show but Larry needs to do the decent thing and be remembered as a Fawlty Towers rather than a Star Trek.
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