TV Series | TV-MA | | Comedy
The life and times of Larry David and the predicaments he gets himself in 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.
Have you ever played telephone before? You don't even know how to play telephone, do you?
Cheryl: I *do* know how to play telephone.
Larry David: Oh, do you?
Cheryl: Yeah, but I usually play the "G" version. It's usually something like, "Susie lives down the lane."
Larry David: The kid ...
In season five Richard Lewis has a set of golf clubs that he's so attached to that he won't loan them out, even to Larry who has just agreed to give him a life saving kidney transplant. In season six Larry and Jeff take Richard golfing and he knows nothing about the game.
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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