2nd favorite of the season behind the pickle jar.
Oh yeah, totally forgot what a smoke show Sophia Loren was...hot damn.
I've been binge watching this show ONDemand.. It's fucking Brilliant and it never grows old..
Kicking him from the dinner party was classic, esp after telling him to not sit on the arm of the chair.
Yeah i must've not paid attention because i didnt get the end with the car, some random neighbor did it and followed him to the car wash?
They better have given him a great tip.
Two rich assholes pulling a teenage prank on a guy working a low wage job does not exactly sound like comedy gold.
If they were aspiring actors sure, if not, it is crap.
I am so glad to have this back, but something just feels a bit off. The mugging at the camera and the constant character breaks make this feel like a SNL sketch rather than the Curb I remember. It is still funny, and I am still glad to have it, but it just does not have the same feel for me.
Larry's snort after Leon told Jeff to go see a dick chiropractor was great. I love it when it looks like these guys are genuinely cracking up on camera at the stuff being said, and since the show is mostly unscripted, I want to believe that the laughs are real.
Everything Leon was solid as always, and there were some good laughs in there, but for the most part I agree with those that didn't care too much for the episode. At 45 minutes, I wish it had packed in funnier stuff. That said, I did laugh a lot when Steven Weber produced the credit card adapter for his iPhone when Larry said he doesn't carry lots of cash on him.
Yeah, this episode felt like David just dumping all his leftover ideas for this season into one episode. You could probably take all the individual strands and build entire episodes around them. But as is, all the storylines felt like missed opportunities. I'd remembered hearing about the Judge Judy thing weeks ago, and I thought we'd get something with a little more buildup and substance. Instead they did the bare minimum to setup/justify the cameo and called it a day.
Leon's hilarious, but I'm watching the show for the cringe-y David stuff. So when Larry shows up somewhere, like the old lady's house, with Leon in tow, we don't get those moments. I just wish Leon were used a little more sparingly.
The old lady reminded me of how, after we moved into my current house, the former owner and his kids would come by on Halloween, and one of his kids invariably asked me "What did you do to my room?!?!" because I had replaced the blinds and drapes. It's MY room now, you little fucker. I also removed all your glow-in-the-dark stars!
It's fun to see who really takes to the improv on the show...
This was probably my least favorite season. Still lots of individual funny moments, but even season 8 had "Palestinian Chicken" and "Mister Softee," which were great start to finish.
It was weird they didn't do more with Ted Danson and Cheryl.