TV Series | TV-MA | | Comedy
The life and times of Larry David and the predicaments he gets himself into with his friends and complete strangers.
There is no script to each episode, just a heavily detailed plot outline, which the actors all improvise. On average, each scene will require between seven or eight takes, which is very high for a television series on a tight schedule.
Now, is this cute? I mean how much fun is this? Huh? Great, right?
Larry: You know, it's nice.
Susie Greene: Yeah.
Larry: Not quite my cup of tea, but... y'know, uh, it's nice.
Susie Greene: All right, you know what? Fuck you... and fuck your tea.
In "The Benadryl Brownie", when Larry, Cheryl, Richard Lewis, and his girlfriend are sitting eating brownies, the number of brownies changes from seven to five and back to seven between shots.
There are no writing credits during the first 3 seasons. The same thing happened in Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm (1999), but that was done for realism (it was a mockumentary).
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