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Curb Your Enthusiasm stars Seinfeld co-creator Larry David as himself in an unsparing but tongue-in-cheek depiction of his life. Shot in a verite style and featuring celebrities playing themselves, the episodes are improvised by the actors from an outline created by David.
Larry's baggy new pants create awkward misunderstandings among Larry, Cheryl (Cheryl Hines), and her friend (Robin Ruzan). A movie-theater argument with a female 'stranger' (Sofia Milos) leads to tensions between Larry and his best friend (Richard Lewis). Larry jokingly refers to Cheryl as "Hitler" during a car speakerphone conversation with Jeff (Jeff Garlin) and his attempts to hide it from her—and to appease Jeff's Holocaust-sensitive parents (Mina Kolb,Louis Nye)—backfire disastrously.Kathy Griffinmakes a cameo appearance.
Larry and Cheryl enjoy their bowling double-date with Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen, but it ends badly when Larry accuses the bowling alley of misplacing his sneakers. Later, Ted gets the wrong idea about Larry when he goes shopping with Mary at a downtown department store.
Larry and Cheryl are invited to retired porn star Gil Bang's (Bob Odenkirk) party after Larry misdials Gil by mistake. He gets lost driving there; first an elderly woman tears up his directions to Gil's house after arguing with Larry, and then a man Larry offended earlier at the golf course refuses to give him directions. Cheryl, who planned to only stop by the party for 15 minutes after they ate at a restaurant, is outraged to realize they are attending a dinner party. Gil disgusts Cheryl with graphic tales from his porn days, and Gil's wife has a fit because Larry did not take his shoes off. In the hospital after a routine checkup, Jeff says he needs emergencybypass surgeryand asks Larry to hide his porn collection from Susie (Susie Essman) in case something happens to him. But when Larry is enjoying this stash—starring Gil—near the end, it's Jeff's folks who catch him.
Larry wants to buy a bracelet for Cheryl, but he is not buzzed into the store because he is wearing his workout clothes and looks like a slob. Richard then decides to buy it for his girlfriend instead, upsetting Cheryl. Larry and Richard Lewis help a blind man (Patrick Kerr) move into his apartment but he becomes belligerent and ungrateful. Larry returns to a restaurant where he left behind his credit card, but his car is blocked in by thewaiter captainbecause Larry did not tip him the previous day. Larry runs to the jewelry store to try to prevent Richard from buying the bracelet; they fight outside the door because neither is buzzed in.
Larry, who injured his finger fighting with Richard Lewis, is angered by the operations of his doctor's office, when another patient whose appointment was after his (Marissa Winokur) is seen first because she signed in before he did (after he was chivalrous and let her exit the elevator first). He can't pay for parking as he realizes he has no cash on him and has to borrow $3 from the parking lot attendant. This causes him to miss his appointment withDiane Keaton. Cheryl hires an interior decorator, Carmen (Rose Abdoo), who also works for Diane. Larry loses Diane's phone number and the interior decorator refuses to give it to him, which causes Larry to fire her. Larry is outraged when his lawyer (Nia Vardalos) – who is also his doctor's wife – bills him $1,500 for reading his script, so he fires her. He pays the other attendant $10 to give to the first attendant, but is later confronted in the parking garage by the first attendant, who doesn't believe his story. He is forced to give her a $20 as this is all he has on him, but then he once again can't pay for parking and has to borrow it from his ex-lawyer. He fights with the interior designer at Diane's house and injures his finger again. Back at the doctor's office, he races with the same woman to be able to sign in first, only to have her called in first because her appointment was first and they changed their policy based on his suggestion. His finger is broken but his doctor refuses to help him until Larry pays his bill with his wife.
Cheryl gives Larry an ultimatum - bury the wire in the backyard - or else! But the permit the city gives Larry requires six signatures from his neighbors, and that means having to be nice to them at all costs - or else.
Jeff buys a '57 Chevy and insists that Larry take it for a drive. At a stop sign, Larry mistakes the honking horn from an AAMCO commercial for the car behind him and yells at the other driver, who then hits the Chevy and speeds away. Luckily, Larry meets an antique auto mechanic at a dinner party who says he can fix Jeff's Chevy.
When Cheryl's aunt dies, the family asks Larry to write the obituary. But when it gets printed in the newspaper, an unfortunate typo lands Larry in the hot seat.
Cheryl needs a prescription picked up for a terrible rash, which is repeatedly complicated by Larry, including a bad joke that he tells in front of Richard Lewis' doctor.
Thanks to Larry's manager, Jeff, Cheryl is up for a part in "The Vagina Monologues." Meanwhile, Larry runs into an ex, who asks him to attend a survivors-of-incest support group with her to lend moral support while she deals with her past.
Shelley Berman(Nat David)
Jeff Garlin(Jeff Greene)
Susie Essman(Susie Green)
Ashley Holloway(Sammy Greene)
J.B. Smoove(Leon Black)
Cheryl Hines(Cheryl David)
Bob Einstein(Marty Funkhouser)
Larry David(Larry David)
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