10/1/09 at 5:00pm
“Just get the fish! You know you're going to get the fish!”
This semi-triumphant ninth season concludes much as it began.
Larry and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s relationship can’t get much worse.
At last, good news abounds for Larry David.
To Curb’s credit, “Namaste” tiptoes somewhat delicately around the topic of Asperger’s syndrome.
If any episode is going to get Larry David in hot water, it’s this one.
Bryan Cranston’s loopy guest role is a great Seinfeld callback.
Larry’s disguise makes him look like an understudy in a play about Albert Einstein.
Like Larry’s fatwa, Curb is truly back.
Larry David is back and he’s as cranky as ever.
Larry David playing George Costanza is one of the funniest scenes either 'Curb' or 'Seinfeld' has ever produced.
A riotously funny episode that played like a 'Seinfeld' reunion show.
The most outrageous moments from the best episode this season.
This funny and focused episode is a welcome return to form.
Larry's stream of consciousness.
For the second consecutive week, we end with Larry David on the verge of receiving a savage beating.
A distinctly Larry David question: Who passes the fame threshold?
Larry makes the worst of the reunion.
Here's how this episode goes down.
Counting down the episode's three most outrageous moments. (We are not lacking for material.)
From the bad to the prettay, prettay, prettay great.
Larry David has not aged. Can you tell the difference between a photo of him from present day and one from 10 years ago?
Jeff Garlin explains Curb’s improvisation-based process, and how it relates to his own comedy.
“If you’re trying to live to some degree honestly, there is always an existential crisis around the corner.”
Larry David first heard it in a random bank commercial.
And two more early lessons about the 2017 fall season.
Split, John Wick: Chapter 2, and more.
You might think misanthropy would never go out of style, but here comes Curb to test that theory.