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.
In 2003, a man named Juan Catalan was arrested for murder in Los Angeles. He repeatedly professed his innocence, and asked to take a lie detector test, a request that the police denied. He also had an alibi. He swore that at the time of the murder, he was at Dodger Stadium with his little girl, watching the Dodgers vs. the Braves, but his lawyer was unable to find him in any of the Dodger Vision or FOX footage he subpoenaed. However, he discovered that there was another source of crowd footage: Curb Your Enthusiasm season four, episode six, "The Car Pool Lane" had filmed at Dodger Stadium that night. Although Catalan did not make the final cut of the show, his lawyer was finally able to find him and his daughter in the outtakes, and determined from the timestamps on the tapes that Catalan could not have been the killer. When told that his show had released a wrongfully accused man from prison and a trial that could have led to the death penalty, Larry David commented, "I tell people that I've now done one decent thing in my life, albeit inadvertently."
Uh... well, your honor, I believe it would be hard to remain impartial seeing as the defendant is a negro.
In the season 4's "The Weatherman," Marty Funkhauser says that his mother died ten years ago. However, as of the beginning of the season 6's "The Ida Funkhauser Roadside Memorial," Marty's mother had just recently been killed while driving her wheelchair.
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).
The DVD version of "Wandering Bear" omits a scene shown on television in which Larry and Jeff watch "Girls Gone Wild" and nudity is shown.
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