Curb Your Enthusiasm

Season 4 Episode 9

The Survivor

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Mar 07, 2004 on HBO
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The true definition of being a "survivor" is rousingly debated. Meanwhile, Larry's preparations to renew his wedding vows with Cheryl lead to an opportunity to cash in his 10th anniversary gift, with blessings from a rabbi, no less.

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Eric Poppick

Eric Poppick

Shlomo

Guest Star

Allan Rich

Allan Rich

Solly

Guest Star

Barry Gordon

Barry Gordon

Rabbi

Guest Star

Kaitlin Olson

Kaitlin Olson

Becky

Recurring Role

Julie Payne

Julie Payne

Cheryl's Mom

Recurring Role

Paul Dooley

Paul Dooley

Cheryl's Dad

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • When the earthquake hits, Anna is in bed with her headscarf and a sheet at her feet. When the camera switches to a side view, the sheet has moved and the headscarf has disappeared entirely.

    • The rabbi fails to mention two things about the story from Scripture: (1) laying with a handmaiden was common practice for those who could not conceive, and (2) God later condemned Sarah and Abram for not having enough faith in Him to trust that they would eventually conceive.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Anna: It's the sabbath; I cannot drive.
      Larry: We can walk. I'll take you piggy-back.
      Anna: (sexy) Oh, now you're talking!

    • Anna: You come here to fuck or you come here to talk about your dirty suit? Hmm? Fuck or suit?

    • Colby: Did you ever see our show?
      Solly: Did you see our show? It was called The Holocaust!!!"

    • Rabbi: Right, so then uh, I'll, uh... do the blessing, uh, the last blessing, just a little bit of Hebrew, and then I will put the glass on the floor, and we'll step on it, and that'll be it.
      Cheryl's Dad: That's when everybody yells "a matzoh toff"?
      Rabbi: No no, it's "mazel tov". It means good luck.
      Cheryl's Dad: Could we say "yippee!" or something?
      Cheryl's Mom: Or "good luck" or something?
      Cheryl's Dad: "Hallelujah" would be good.

    • Solly: I'm a survivor.
      Colby: I'm a survivor!
      Solly: I'm a survivor!
      Colby: I'M A SURVIVOR!

  • NOTES (4)

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