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Curb Your Enthusiasm

Seasons: 9
Episodes: 90
User ratings: 83,858
Average rating: 8.7


The life and times of Larry David and the predicaments he gets himself into with his friends and complete strangers.

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Episodes details table

The Pants Tent
An innocent bunch up in Larry's trousers causes a misunderstanding with Cheryl's friend Nancy at the movies. He also manages to offend the new girlfriend of his friend Richard Lewis.
User ratings: 1,278
Average rating: 8.2
Ted and Mary
Larry and Cheryl enjoy their bowling double-date with Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen, but it ends badly when Larry accuses the bowling alley of misplacing his sneakers. Later, Ted gets the wrong idea about Larry when he goes shopping with Mary at a downtown department store.
User ratings: 1,064
Average rating: 7.8
Porno Gil
A bizarre chain of events finds Larry having dinner with a porno star (Bob Odenkirk). The party turns out to be one disaster after another when Larry breaks a lamp, is forced to take off his shoes, loses his watch, gets lost along the way, and has to do the dreaded "double goodbye". Meanwhile, Jeff undergoes emergency surgery and asks Larry to go to his house and retrieve his porno collection so Suzie doesn't see it.
User ratings: 1,095
Average rating: 8.1
The Bracelet
Larry gets in a tense, heated fight with Cheryl, So to make up for it, Larry's secretary suggests that he buy Cheryl a present to make up for it. After having lunch with Richard Lewis and helping out a blind man, Larry spots the perfect present for Cheryl - a bracelet. Unfortunately, Richard Lewis is also coveting said bracelet.
User ratings: 933
Average rating: 8.0
Interior Decorator
Larry holds an elevator, and is denied his doctor's appointment. Of course, this causes him to miss an appointment with Diane Keaton. Cheryl hires an interior decorator who also happens to be Diane Keaton's, but the decorator wont give him Diane's phone number.
User ratings: 968
Average rating: 8.4
The Wire
Cheryl gives Larry an ultimatum - bury the wire in the backyard - or else! But the permit the city gives Larry requires six signatures from his neighbors, and that means having to be nice to them at all costs - or else.
User ratings: 873
Average rating: 8.1
Jeff buys a '57 Chevy and insists that Larry take it for a drive. At a stop sign, Larry mistakes the honking horn from an AAMCO commercial for the car behind him and yells at the other driver, who then hits the Chevy and speeds away. Luckily, Larry meets an antique auto mechanic at a dinner party who says he can fix Jeff's Chevy.
User ratings: 839
Average rating: 7.7
Beloved Aunt
When Cheryl's aunt dies, the family asks Larry to write the obituary. But when it gets printed in the newspaper, an unfortunate typo lands Larry in the hot seat.
User ratings: 1,000
Average rating: 8.8
Affirmative Action
Cheryl needs a prescription picked up for a terrible rash, which is repeatedly complicated by Larry, including a bad joke that he tells in front of Richard Lewis' doctor.
User ratings: 870
Average rating: 8.2
The Group
Thanks to Larry's manager, Jeff, Cheryl is up for a part in "The Vagina Monologues." Meanwhile, Larry runs into an ex, who asks him to attend a survivors-of-incest support group with her to lend moral support while she deals with her past.
User ratings: 963
Average rating: 8.7
The Car Salesman
Larry joins a new job of car salesman- a job for which he is ready to give up a lot of things. He also buys a house and so everything seems to be going fine. Only that people keep asking stupid questions to Larry when they come to look for a car and the house makes weird sound at night. So Larry puts his genius into action- GTS means guaranteed tremendous safety. He was this close to fulfilling his lifelong dream of selling a car before Richard Lewis shows up with grievances and ruins everything.
User ratings: 800
Average rating: 8.2
While going to meet Jason Alexander to discuss an idea for a new TV project, Larry has a run-in with professional wrestler Thor Olsen. Thor accuses Larry of "shooting at his kids", and Larry thinks Thor slashed his tires. Meanwhile, Jeff separates from Suzie, and asks Larry to go pick up his clothes. Doing so incurs the wrath of Suzie, and he asks Jeff to repay the favor by letting the air out of Thor's tires.
User ratings: 843
Average rating: 8.6
Trick or Treat
Larry offends some uncostumed trick or treaters when he doesn't give them candy. By doing so, he sees the "trick" side of Halloween. Larry also alienates Cheryl's screenwriter friend Cliff, and a Jewish neighbor. Larry also spoils his romantic anniversary present when Jeff shows up to play a round of golf.
User ratings: 931
Average rating: 8.9
The Shrimp Incident
Larry gets take out food and has a run-in with a TV executive, the same one he is about to meet with to discuss his TV pilot idea. But after getting home, he accuses the network exec of taking some shrimp from his dinner.
User ratings: 791
Average rating: 8.5
The Thong
Larry no longer feels comfortable going to his psychiatrist after he sees him wearing a thong at the beach.
User ratings: 769
Average rating: 8.1
The Acupuncturist
Larry promises to pay an acupuncturist $5,000 if he can cure his neck. Meanwhile, a struggling writer asks Larry for a $5,000 loan which he promises to pay back after his father dies.
User ratings: 748
Average rating: 7.8
The Doll
As part of a deal with ABC, Larry agrees to attend a screening of a new mini series. While at the after-party, Larry finds that the bathroom doors have no locks, so he goes to use the upstairs bathroom, and the network exec's daughter asks him to cut the hair off her doll's head. He does so, but it incurs the wrath of Suzie, a theater-goer, and the network exec's wife.
User ratings: 1,274
Average rating: 9.4
After Larry accidentally trips and injures Shaq during a Lakers game, everything seems to start going his way.
User ratings: 865
Average rating: 8.8
The Baptism
Cheryl and Larry head to Monterey to attend her sister's wedding. Larry is peeved that the man her sister is marrying is a Jewish man converting to Christianity. But Larry has even bigger fish to fry when he misplaces his plane tickets, and accuses the other passengers of stealing them.
User ratings: 767
Average rating: 8.3
The Massage
In the second season finale, Larry is busted by a restaurant owner for stealing forks. Julia Louis-Dreyfus becomes so frustrated by the incident that she drops out of the pilot, and that ends Larry's quest to get it on TV. Meanwhile, Cheryl learns that Larry got a naughty massage, and he's busted for that. Larry later faces an ironic punishment for his restaurant crimes.
User ratings: 718
Average rating: 8.3
Chet's Shirt
While comforting a friend whose husband passed away, Larry and Cheryl comment on the husband's shirt. Larry then goes to the department store the next day to buy it. Meanwhile, Jeff talks Larry into investing in a trendy new celebrity restaurant. Larry also gets into trouble when he throws away some trash in a random garbage can.
User ratings: 737
Average rating: 8.5
The Benadryl Brownie
Thanks to Larry's miscommunication on his new cell phone, Richard Lewis' girlfriend succumbs to peanut allergies a week before they're supposed to go to the Emmy Awards. A practicing Christian Scientist, she doesn't take any medicine, so Richard and Larry devise a scheme to cook up some brownies laced with medicine. Like all things Larry does, the plan backfires.
User ratings: 699
Average rating: 8.0
Club Soda and Salt
Larry, Jeff, and Ted scramble to find a chef for the new restaurant, but Larry doesn't like Ted's recommendation. While trying to find a replacement, Larry learns a few things - Cheryl has a new, male, tennis playing friend, people won't take a wedding gift after a year, and that club soda and salt will get stains out of anything.
User ratings: 727
Average rating: 8.5
The Nanny from Hell
The restaurant investors plan a pool party, but only Larry and Jeff show up. Larry goes to use the bathroom in the main house, and winds up getting the nanny fired. Larry recommends the nanny to Jeff and Susie. After the nanny snaps, Suzie's life is threatened. Meanwhile, Richard Lewis tries to get into Bartlett's Book Of Quotations for claiming to have invented the phrase "the ______ from hell".
User ratings: 732
Average rating: 8.5
The Terrorist Attack
Wanda Sykes unknowingly starts a rumor about a terrorist attack when she tells Larry about it. Meanwhile, Cheryl's friend is planning a benefit concert with Alanis Morisette performing. When people skip town because of the rumors, the benefit is canceled, and the blame is placed squarely on Larry.
User ratings: 693
Average rating: 8.0
The Special Section
Larry is distraught when he learns that his mother died while he was off shooting a movie in New York, and he doesn't learn about the news until two days after the funeral. Larry uses the loss to get out of a number of unappealing invitations, while plotting to move his mother away from the "special section" of the cemetery.
User ratings: 723
Average rating: 8.4
The Corpse-Sniffing Dog
Suzie buys a guard dog, and Jeff has to leave the house because of allergies. Larry has to persuade Jeff's daughter Sammy to give up the dog, but Sammy wont. Larry, concerned, tries to find a way to please both Jeff and some friends who are also vying for the dog.
User ratings: 707
Average rating: 8.6
Krazee-Eyez Killa
Wanda Sykes' has a new boyfriend, gangsta rapper Krazee-Eyez Killa, who shares a little more with his new friend Larry David than a replacement jacket needed for a scene in the new Martin Scorcese film. Meanwhile, Larry offends Suzie by not taking the tour of her new house. Ultimately, in typical Larry David fashion, he ruins everything, through a conversation he has with Cheryl, where she does all the talking.
User ratings: 1,010
Average rating: 9.0
Mary, Joseph and Larry
It's December 23rd, and Larry gets up to get a midnight snack. He eats some cookies in the refrigerator. Unfortunately, those cookies were a nativity scene that Cheryl's devoutly religious sister was preparing, and being Christmas Eve, it's too late to get a replacement. Larry scrambles to find a replacement, which he does in the form of a live nativity scene at a local church. But a hair stuck in Larry's throat means no nativity scene.
User ratings: 693
Average rating: 8.2
The Grand Opening
In the third season finale, Bobo's Restaurant is two days away from being scheduled to open. Larry discovers that the head chef was hired under false pretenses for pretending to be bald. After firing the chef, Larry and Jeff scramble to find a replacement. During the process, Larry accidentally injures the most influential food critic in Los Angeles, who is coming to the opening. The food critic recommends a chef from New York, who turns out to have a rather interesting quirk. Meanwhile, Cheryl has a tense confrontation with Susie after she bails on lunch after getting stuck in a car wash.
User ratings: 964
Average rating: 9.1
Mel's Offer
Mel Brooks sees Larry performing some karaoke at a bar one night and is quickly impressed with his singing abilities. He then invites Larry to audition to star in a Broadway production of "The Producers". But the deal quickly goes south once Mel hits Larry in the head and Larry's doctor drools on him.
User ratings: 674
Average rating: 8.0
Ben's Birthday Party
Mel Brooks taps Ben Stiller to be Larry's co-star in The Producers. But when Larry accidentally punctures Ben Stiller in the eye during a birthday party game gone wrong, Ben drops out of the production.
User ratings: 680
Average rating: 8.3
The Blind Date
Larry makes a last-ditch effort to keep Ben Stiller in The Producers, and tries to keep a friend happy by setting him up with a blind date. Meanwhile, Jeff's bizarre sexual fantasy gets out in the open.
User ratings: 739
Average rating: 8.1
The Weatherman
Larry questions a weatherman's ability to manipulate the media so he can have the country club to himself.
User ratings: 690
Average rating: 8.2
The 5 Wood
Still thinking he flirted with her, Dalilah the Hygienist officially asks Larry out, but Oscar the dog causes a problem. Leo Funkhauser succumbs to the "good" Hodgkin's. During the viewing, Larry is disgusted to see what appears to be his five wood in the casket with Leo, and asks Jeff to switch clubs with Leo. The result of the incident finds Larry being kicked out of the country club and having to cheat his way into a republican club.
User ratings: 695
Average rating: 8.6
The Car Pool Lane
Larry scrambles to find tickets to a very promising Dodger game. But before he can go, he has to take care of a few things first. The duties include getting out of jury duty, driving a friend to the airport, and scoring some medical marijuana for his dad's glaucoma. Thankfully a run-in with a hooker helps make all the chores easier.
User ratings: 979
Average rating: 9.1
The Surrogate
Larry needs a clean bill of health for the Producers, but a little heart trouble means no dice. The doctor gives Larry a device called a "heart holter" that is used to monitor his heart. Larry uses the device to get out of some unappealing situations including a baby shower, accusations of blatant racism, and a car accident, which lands him in trouble with his Producers co-star David Schwimmer.
User ratings: 733
Average rating: 8.7
Wandering Bear
Larry and Jeff decide to buy a "Girls Gone Wild" video tape, and that lands them both in the hot seat with Larry's secretary and Jeff's wife after the dog leaves the house during the viewing of the tape. Meanwhile, Larry seeks the help of his native American gardener to cure Cheryl of a feminine problem after Larry mistakenly wears a condom inside out.
User ratings: 670
Average rating: 8.4
The Survivor
At a dinner party, generations collide when a contestant from the television show "Survivor" and a holocaust survivor butt heads, and Larry is caught in the middle. Larry and Cheryl renew their vows, but Larry has a hard time remembering his vows - or his lines for The Producers.
User ratings: 758
Average rating: 8.6
Opening Night
In the fourth-season finale, Larry David flies to New York with fellow performers David Schwimmer and Cady Huffman to star on Broadway in "The Producers". Along the way, he argues with Schwimmer, develops a strange relationship with Huffman, finds he's tipping way too often and attempts to use his 10th anniversary gift from Cheryl. On stage, Larry and David put aside their differences and blow the audience away - unexpectedly, Mel Brooks isn't impressed.
User ratings: 1,004
Average rating: 8.8
The Larry David Sandwich
Larry is changed by a near-death experience, a revelation about his father, and a sandwich named after him.
User ratings: 665
Average rating: 8.2
The Bowtie
Wanda Sykes thinks Larry purposefully adopted a dog she deems "racist", Larry falls off his pedestal as a friend of the lesbian community, and Larry hires a private investigator to uncover some information about his past.
User ratings: 670
Average rating: 8.4
The Christ Nail
Larry goes bra-shopping for his maid, landing him in trouble with her husband and his neighbors.
User ratings: 695
Average rating: 8.4
Kamikaze Bingo
Larry offends a Japanese art dealer by implying that his father was not a real Kamikaze pilot. Later, Larry accuses his own dad's retirement home of fixing their bingo game.
User ratings: 678
Average rating: 8.1
Lewis Needs a Kidney
Larry learns that Richard Lewis is bedridden and needs a kidney transplant. Larry and Jeff both turn up as positive matches for Lewis, but neither one are willing to give up their precious organs that easily.
User ratings: 656
Average rating: 8.6
The Smoking Jacket
Larry joins the "Make A Wish" foundation, and swaps his smoking jacket with Hugh Hefner.
User ratings: 658
Average rating: 7.9
The Seder
A sex offender (Rob Corddry) moves into the neighborhood, and becomes friends with Larry. Larry also suspects that Dr. Mark is stealing his newspaper, after his neighbor Ethel claims she saw him take it. Tension mounts when all of these people are guests at Larry's Passover Seder.
User ratings: 677
Average rating: 8.6
The Ski Lift
Larry's quest to get Richard Lewis a kidney takes a turn when Larry learns about the head of the kidney consortium. After befriending the guy, Larry invites him and his daughter on a ski trip. Like everything Larry does, the trip ends as badly as it started.
User ratings: 945
Average rating: 9.2
The Korean Bookie
Larry takes his chances with a Korean Bookie. While Cheryl's friends get married on the beach, Larry accuses the Korean Bookie of cooking up Jeff's dog and serving him for dinner.
User ratings: 627
Average rating: 8.2
The End
In the 5th season finale, Larry discovers who his real parents are, and flies to Arizona to meet them. After a life-changing religious revelation, Larry decides to give Richard Lewis his kidney. Will Larry survive the operation... or is it the end?
User ratings: 829
Average rating: 8.4
Meet the Blacks
After Larry's quest to find the perfect excuse for missing a pair of parties backfires on him big time, he gets in a tense, heated fight with Cheryl. So to make up for it, he agrees to take in the Black Family, who lost their home in Hurricane Edna. But can the Blacks deal with Larry's total recklessness and lack of respect, not to mention his poorly planned pastry selection?
User ratings: 735
Average rating: 8.3
The Anonymous Donor
Larry and Cheryl move into their new home and welcome an additional house guest - Loretta Black's brother Leon - who Larry immediately accuses of an unspeakable act. In other news, Larry gripes over the questionable anonymity of a donation, and considers rewriting the laws of dry-cleaning.
User ratings: 730
Average rating: 8.5
The Ida Funkhouser Roadside Memorial
This epiaode is all aboit society's unwritten laws. It is a dense weave of moments where Larry classically critisizes society intertwined with moments where he commits the same sins he does so critiseze. The show starts and ends with the same washed up $50 bill forming a perfect circle of classic, raw, prime Larry criticism, just the way we like it.
User ratings: 712
Average rating: 8.7
The Lefty Call
Questions about Larry's bathroom habits become concern when Larry gets Richard Lewis' girlfriend a job at a place across the hall from his office. Meanwhile an incident involving a waiter and some take-out food threatens Jeff's dog.
User ratings: 646
Average rating: 8.2
The Freak Book
Larry's birthday gift to Ted Danson - a coffee table book called "Mondo Freaks" gets him in trouble with everyone he shows the book to, which includes Ted, the limo driver, tennis star John McEnroe, a group of random mourners, and Paul McCartney's ex-wife Heather Mills.
User ratings: 711
Average rating: 8.7
The Rat Dog
A faulty toaster makes life difficult for Loretta and Leon. Larry repeatedly offends a hearing impaired girl about the small dog she keeps with her. Larry and Leon get their phones mixed up, and Larry traumatizes the entire audience at Sammy's middle school production of Grease when he invites Jeff's exterminator to watch the show.
User ratings: 686
Average rating: 8.6
The TiVo Guy
Cheryl is finally tired of Larry being Larry after her plane encounters severe turbulence and Larry seems more concerned about a malfunctioning TV device. After Cheryl announces that she's leaving Larry, the incident quickly splits up Larry's friends, who now have to break the news to Larry as to whose side they are taking.
User ratings: 677
Average rating: 8.2
The N Word
Larry goes to the hospital to see his new girlfriend, an orthopedist. While in the bathroom, Larry overhears one end of a very angry, horribly offensive cell phone conversation. But repeating what the man said offends another doctor - the same one who is about to perform Jeff's operation. But it only results in Jeff's head getting shaved, who now has to deal with being bald. Larry has to give testimony as Jeff prepares to sue the hospital.
User ratings: 747
Average rating: 8.8
The Therapists
Larry devises an overly elaborate plan to win back Cheryl. He does so by trying to get on her therapist's good side. Meanwhile, Larry accuses Marty Funkhauser of taking charity money under false pretenses.
User ratings: 760
Average rating: 9.0
The Bat Mitzvah
The Blacks learn some good news: they get to go home. As Larry says goodbye, he once again offends the wrong person, who takes his revenge on Larry by spreading a nasty rumor involving him and a gerbil. But thankfully Jeff's daughter's bat mitzvahs is coming up, and that provides Larry with the perfect, public opportunity to clear up that nasty rumor, as well as one more chance to patch things up with Cheryl.
User ratings: 884
Average rating: 9.1
Funkhouser's Crazy Sister
Larry attempts a preemptive breakup with an ailing Loretta, and learns with Jeff that you can't make an "empty gesture" to a Funkhouser.
User ratings: 751
Average rating: 8.5
Vehicular Fellatio
Larry deliberately tries to annoy Loretta, against the advice of a renowned doctor. Later, Larry dooms Richard Lewis' new relationship, and ends up profiting from Leon's indiscretion with the wife of a depressed pal.
User ratings: 774
Average rating: 8.8
The Reunion
Approaching the 10 year mark, Larry and Jeff finally agree to do a Seinfeld reunion show. However, after getting a bad set of tickets to a Lakers game, he tries to call the reunion off after offending the head of NBC. Meanwhile Larry hatches a scheme to win back Cheryl by casting her as George's ex-wife.
User ratings: 722
Average rating: 8.4
The Hot Towel
A series of bizarre events leads Larry to get his doctor's personal phone number, but how much will Larry's doctor regret it?
User ratings: 649
Average rating: 8.4
Denise Handicapped
Larry embraces the upside of disability when he courts a handicap woman to take to a recital at a friend's house, but she doesn't return the favor when Suzie throws Larry's cell phone in the ocean and Larry loses her number in the process.
User ratings: 874
Average rating: 9.0
The Bare Midriff
Larry inadvertently creates a miracle when he fires his assistant for exposing her waistline around the office. Jerry gets the idea to use Larry's latest mishap as part of the upcoming Seinfeld reunion show.
User ratings: 728
Average rating: 8.3
The Black Swan
Larry is forced to cover his tracks after he accidentally causes the death of a country club member and kills the club's mascot in an act of self defense.
User ratings: 714
Average rating: 8.8
Officer Krupke
While Cheryl competes for a role on the Seinfeld reunion, Larry is forced by Jeff to embrace his feminine side after a series of bizarre events leads Suzie to think he's having an affair.
User ratings: 654
Average rating: 8.3
The Table Read
Rehearsals for the Seinfeld reunion show get complicated when Larry's text message exchange with a 9 year old Seinfeld fan lands him in trouble with the local authorities. Meanwhile, Leon tries to fool Michael Richards.
User ratings: 800
Average rating: 8.9
Taping the Seinfeld reunion proves to be difficult after Larry's fight with a local coffee vendor alienates Jason Alexander and costs him quality time with Cheryl.
User ratings: 963
Average rating: 9.1
The Divorce
Larry learns his lawyer isn't kosher, and rescinds a cookie order from the Girl Scout daughter of a beleaguered sports owner.
User ratings: 678
Average rating: 8.2
The Safe House
Larry becomes an unlikely role model for battered women; Richard Lewis's relationship with a burlesque performer is put to the test; Leon survives a case of mistaken identity.
User ratings: 629
Average rating: 8.2
Palestinian Chicken
Larry plays "social assassin" to the hilt at a dinner party, on the golf course, and at a Palestinian restaurant with chicken to die for.
User ratings: 1,134
Average rating: 9.2
The Smiley Face
Larry vows to topple a sacred dating taboo, and regrets making concessions to his new office neighbor; Jeffʼs alibi to get out of a dinner backfires.
User ratings: 578
Average rating: 8.1
Vow of Silence
A friend who has taken a vow of silence creates a stir at multiple parties, Larry eats Jeff's dog's last meal, and Richard Lewis is snubbed meeting Larry for lunch.
User ratings: 599
Average rating: 8.6
The Hero
Larry accidentally becomes a hero on the flight to New York, earning him the respect of the woman sitting next to him on the plane. It backfires when Jeff and Suzie try to court Ricky Gervais.
User ratings: 604
Average rating: 8.7
The Bi-Sexual
Larry and Rosie O'Donnell try to court the same woman. Larry takes Leon's advice, which gives him an advantage, but he finds it doesn't always work in the long run.
User ratings: 581
Average rating: 8.0
Car Periscope
Larry and Jeff weigh an investment opportunity; Wanda Sykes preempts Larry's training schedule.
User ratings: 550
Average rating: 8.2
Mister Softee
An ice-cream truck triggers a painful childhood memory for Larry that impacts a softball title game, a therapist's fees, Bill Buckner's legacy, and his new girlfriend's travel preferences.
User ratings: 647
Average rating: 8.6
Larry vs. Michael J. Fox
In the Season Eight finale, Larry accuses NY neighbor Michael J. Fox of harassment; Jeff takes a bullet for Susie; and Larry is scolded for giving an inappropriate birthday gift to Jennifer's son, Greg.
User ratings: 777
Average rating: 8.8
Larry tries to rid himself of an inept assistant, offends Jeff's barber and gets into hot water over a new project.
User ratings: 1,165
Average rating: 8.8
The Pickle Gambit
Larry reaches out to a familiar face, gives a hotel guest sartorial advice and looks to create a diversion to help a friend's nephew.
User ratings: 802
Average rating: 8.4
A Disturbance in the Kitchen
Larry turns to a writer for advice; while searching for Susie's "little sister," Larry gets ticketed by an overzealous cop
User ratings: 724
Average rating: 8.6
Running with the Bulls
Larry's therapist accuses him of overstepping; Susie grows suspicious of Jeff; Larry bribes an usher at a funeral.
User ratings: 666
Average rating: 8.6
Thank You for Your Service
Larry meets Jeff's future son in law and fails to be suitably patriotic. Larry tries to reset his relationship with his mail carrier and security guard.
User ratings: 688
Average rating: 8.1
The Accidental Text on Purpose
Larry invents an ingenious ploy for getting his friends out of relationship jams. Larry upsets Funkhouser's new girlfriend.
User ratings: 861
Average rating: 9.2
Larry angers a hot yoga teacher, has an auspicious first date and seethes over a run-in with an unfair Uber driver.
User ratings: 595
Average rating: 8.4
Never Wait for Seconds!
Larry saves a line-cutter from an angry mob and has to deal with a tip-flipper.
User ratings: 571
Average rating: 8.5
The Shucker
Larry is being blackmailed by an employee and gets tormented by someone from his past. Jeff and Larry pitch a new creative venture.
User ratings: 529
Average rating: 8.2
Larry has a scheduling conflict, takes issue with some work associates, and hosts a pair of ungrateful house guests. It's also the wedding day of Sammy (Jeff and Susie's daughter).
User ratings: 566
Average rating: 8.6
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