Curb Your Enthusiasm

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Season 1 episodes (10)

1 The Pants Tent
In the pilot episode of this hit comedy series, an innocent bunch-up in Larry's trousers gives rise to an embarrassing situation.
2 Ted and Mary
Larry and Cheryl's fun-filled bowling date with Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen ends with Larry's shoes missing.
3 Porno Gil
Larry sets off a bizarre chain of events (as he always seems to do) in which he is forced to attend a party at the home of a porno businessman.
4 The Bracelet
Larry is continuously thwarted in his effort to buy a bracelet as a peace-making gift for Cheryl.
5 Interior Decorator
An act of kindness results in Larry missing a meeting with an actress whose phone number he just can't get!
6 The Wire
Larry and Cheryl befriend their odd neighbors in order to get their approval to bury an unsightly phone wire.
7 Aamco
A radio commercial causes Larry to crash Jeff's beloved car during a test drive.
8 Beloved Aunt
Larry's offer to help with Cheryl's recently deceased aunt's obituary results in a shockingly profane misspelling.
9 Affirmative Action
Larry insults a black dermatologist while on the way to fill a prescription for Cheryl's skin condition.
10 The Group
In the Season One finale, Larry lands in trouble with his wife, a stage director, an old flame and an incest survivors' group!

About this show

Larry David has it all--so why does he seem intent on making a mess of his life? Larry David stars as...Larry David in this comedy series that follows him at home, at work and around town, as he lands himself in a variety of hilarious predicaments.

Ratings and reviews

755 reviews
Ken R
March 10, 2020
Much like “Seinfeld”, Curb your Enthusiasm likes to find the idiosyncrasies of life, and make fun of them. However, Jerry knew when to stop the bit, and move on. Not so with Larry. He beats each idea to death. With a lot of improv and an extreme amount of screaming. So with Jerry removed from the formula and process, you are left with a rougher, less perfect show than “Seinfeld”. Not to say it isn’t funny or has its moments, but it is sometimes a much longer, louder, ride than one can enjoy.
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Valerie Chowdhury
November 3, 2015
Larry David gets himself into hilarious situations and predicaments. The show is completely improvised, but brilliant. Raunchy, but so very funny. I expecially love the interaction between Larry David and Suzie Green. Shack, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, Wanda Sykes, other celebrities and even the executives from HBO have been written in as part of the story line which I think is brilliant.
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Aaron McNally
December 28, 2013
"Comedy of manners" is usually code for booooring. Not CYE. Larry David is a genius at blithely exposing the petty grievances and insecurities that we all suffer from and inflict on others. Alternately lying and being honest at precisely the wrong moments (either out of self-interest or privileged ignorance), Larry lets us laugh, often uncomfortably, at our own foibles.
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