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This week's was a solid mid-tier Curb episode. Those conversations between Larry and Jeff where they both play off each other's anger work very well. But good heavens, Ted Danson suddenly looks older than Larry.

 

The highlight was

Suzie hosting a dinner party with the huge painting behind her, like a terrifying mafia Don.

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20 hours ago, Dr Nookie said:

I have to watch this alone. Wife actually had to leave the room last night:

’I can’t watch this horrible neurotic man any more’...

 

I wish Larry David could question your wife about her opinion. It would make a great episode. 

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Found a YouTube channel that has all the season 10 episodes (to date), albeit in 3 minute or under chunks... I haven't watched this in a while, but it's been really enjoyable, I think I'll get a Now TV pass and catch up on the episodes I've missed. The wedding episode was a real highlight, but so was the episode with Clive Owen.

 

Anyway, I think the big twist to this season is going to be 

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the toilets in Latte Larry's. Maybe something to do with his new "handicapped friend" inviting other handicapped people to the opening (because Larry is determined to have "handicapped friends") and something is going to go seriously wrong with the Pee Cube and the bizarre ladies squatting toilet.

 

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  • 3 weeks later...

With the current situation being a shit show, I've been hunting around for a good laugh and was recommended this by a work colleague. I watched the first episode of the series 10 (Happy New Year) last night and I was hooked straight away. I'm sure it's been said before, but this is like the Office/Extra's on steroids. Larry David is brilliant in this, playing a Victor Meldrew like performance with his sidekick JB Smoove making an unlikely pairing. Going to start from season 1. Is it worth starting from the beginning?

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2 hours ago, nightwaxon said:

With the current situation being a shit show, I've been hunting around for a good laugh and was recommended this by a work colleague. I watched the first episode of the series 10 (Happy New Year) last night and I was hooked straight away. I'm sure it's been said before, but this is like the Office/Extra's on steroids. Larry David is brilliant in this, playing a Victor Meldrew like performance with his sidekick JB Smoove making an unlikely pairing. Going to start from season 1. Is it worth starting from the beginning?


Holy shit, you’ve never seen this before? You’re in for a treat.

 

Absolutely start with season 1. They haven’t really aged at all, and the earlier episodes all tend to build towards the ending better: with multiple story strands all crossing in a clever way.

 

But the quality has stayed high throughout. You have Leon to look forward to in season 6, and the Seinfeld-reunion in season 7.

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Make sure you watch the pilot. Someone can correct me but I'm not sure if that was counted as episode 1 or not. It's fantastic. 

 

I felt a massive dip around the season which ended with Michael J Fox but I'm unsure if it was because I'd been watching them back to back. 

 

Leon is a great character.

 

I love how it doesn't really make any sense why his character still exists in Larry's world. 

 

Season 10 is great. 

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