No matter how popular they are, huge stars are generally quite good when they’re setting about their every day lives. Unless they’re handling Larry David, obviously.
Over the course of 20 years and 10 seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm, stars have actually gathered to play severe variations of themselves, from the exacting and obnoxious to the smug and relatively pesky, on the Emmy-winning series—all in service of those cringe-worthy minutes that are Curb‘s support.
The greatly improvised program follows “Larry David” on his experiences passing through the wilds of upscale Los Angeles (and, in season 8, New York), never ever stopping working to include another complaint to his ever-lengthening list. No matter how regular the interaction, be it with a waiter or A-list star, a pal or total stranger, the scenario undoubtedly degenerates into a fight of wills over something ludicrous, albeit a fight that the sporadically exemplary Larry will combat tooth and nail to win.
Rarely does that occur, however considering that he’s the exceptionally rich developer of Seinfeld, you never ever need to lose time questioning whether things are going to end up all right for him, enabling for more time to luxuriate in the regularly humorous awkwardness.