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Larry David vs. The World
Aug 08, 2011
TV.com's Curb Your Enthusiasm Feud (and Food!) Tracker, Week 5: Pets, Parking, and Pinkberry
Welcome back to the Curb Your Enthusiasm Feud and Food Tracker, where we exhaustively chronicle the ongoing battles of everyone’s favorite petty pugilist, Larry David.
Larry David vs. The World
Aug 29, 2011
The Curb Your Enthusiasm Feud Tracker, Week 8: Wanda Sykes, Taxi Upstreaming, and The People's Court
Here’s a rundown of this week’s best fights and feasts.
Larry David vs. The World
Jul 25, 2011
TV.com's Curb Your Enthusiasm Feud Tracker, Week 3: Jews, Chicken, and Golf
This week, Larry ignored his faith for sex and chicken, spoke his mind about "LOL," and ruined a few lives in the process.
Larry David vs. The World
Aug 22, 2011
The Curb Your Enthusiasm Feud Tracker, Week 7: Bisexuals, Bows, and Blue Pills
Here’s a rundown of this week’s best fights and feasts.
Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Good
Nov 23, 2009
Ranking Curb Your Enthusiasm's Seven Season Finales
All of the show's season finales, including last night's, could have been series finales. So we decided to rank the seven we've seen thus far, as we might not get another one.
Larry David will grudgingly return for another season of curmudgeonly goodness.
Aug 09, 2006
HBO's Enthusiasm not curbed

Grouchy guys rejoice--your idol will return.

Larry David and HBO will begin production on the sixth season of semi-scripted comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm. Variety reports that the show will begin production in October.

Curb's future had been uncertain after season five, in which the show saw a more than 50 percent decline in viewership from the previous season. The season finale--in which David lay on his deathbed--seemed to indicate that even he thought the show had run its course.

Critics were not so kind, with Brian Lowry in Variety writing that the show had "reached its nadir," and the New York Post's Adam Buckman asking, "Has anyone else [noticed] how lousy the new episodes of Curb are?"

At the TV Critics Association press tour in July, HBO chairman Chris Albrecht stated that the show's future was in David's hands.

"Larry was very unsure after last season ...

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Borat and Curb director Larry Charles developing comedy with music star.
Jan 10, 2007
Rapper Kanye West walks with HBO on reality show

Rapper Kanye West will star in a reality series that HBO is developing with Borat director Larry Charles, sources said.

The as-yet-untitled project is said to focus on a day in what is described as the crazy, hectic life of the Grammy-winning artist. HBO declined comment.

West, a music producer-turned-rapper, has released two multiplatinum albums--2004's The College Dropout and 2005's Late Registration--that yielded five Grammys.

West is also set to star in a feature film inspired by his music. The New Line Cinema project will present a multiperspective portrait of the United States as seen through the eyes of West and several filmmakers.

Charles, a veteran of Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm, previously directed another musical icon, Bob Dylan, in the 2003 feature Masked and Anonymous.

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Sep 13, 2013
Curb Your Enthusiasm's Best Etiquette Rules
The Stop and Chat. The Chat and Cut. The Sorry Window. What's your favorite?
Curb Your Enthusiasm star Susie Essman has revealed fans are always approaching her and begging her to shout and swear at them.
Mar 16, 2010
Curb fans beg Susie to abuse them

Susie Essman says Curb fans like her to
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Curb Your Enthusiasm star Susie Essman has revealed fans are always approaching her and begging her to shout and swear at them.

The actress play's Susie Greene, the short-tempered wife of Larry David's manager Jeff in the hit show, who is always losing her temper with the pair, and her admirers prefer abuse to autographs.

Susie revealed: "The fans are always coming up to me - I live in New York, they do it to me in New York, they do it to me in London - and they're constantly begging me to curse at them - my life has become very, very bizarre."

The actress believes her character's anger is what makes her so popular.

She explained: "She's so comfortable in her anger. I was doing a radio show once ...

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Each half-hour episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm features verit?-style footage of David (playing himself) at home, at work and around town, as he gets into predicaments with fictional and real-life personalities. With cast regulars Jeff Garlin (as manager Jeff Greene) and Cheryl Hines (as wife Cheryl), the series features appearances by guest celebrities playing themselves or character roles. Candid, unsparing and self-deprecating, Curb Your Enthusiasm brings the off-kilter comic vision of Larry David--co-creator and co-executive producer of one of the most lauded comedy series in TV history, Seinfeld--to HBO. The series blurs the lines between reality and fiction, as David (playing himself) and a cast of real and fictional characters are followed around Los Angeles by a ubiquitous camera that chronicles the private, often banal world of a (relatively) public man. Having evolved from the 1999 HBO special Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm, this series proves how seemingly trivial details of one's day-to-day life--a trip to the movies, a phone call, a visit from some trick-or-treaters--can precipitate a "Murphy's Law" chain of misfortune to hilarious effect. Like George Costanza in Seinfeld, the protagonist of Curb Your Enthusiasm has a knack for getting himself into uncomfortable situations that end up alienating him from peers and acquaintances. To keep the narrative fresh and spontaneous, Curb Your Enthusiasm is shot without a script; the cast is given scene outlines and often improvise lines as they go. The result is an unpredictable format that's unlike anything else on TV. In Germany the show is known as Lass es, Larry! ("Stop it, Larry!")
In French the show is known as Larry et son nombril ("Larry and his Belly Button"), though in Quebec the show is known as Cache ta joie ("Hide Your Joy")
In Portuguese the show is known as A Louca Vida de Larry ("Larry's Crazy Life")
In Norway it is known is Ingen grunn til begeistring
In Sweden it is known as Simma lugnt, Larry!
In Finland it is known as J?it? hattuun

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