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  • By the sixth season’s final moments, hapless Larry actually seemed to be…well happy
  • However hit and miss the previous season, this seventh outing for the hit HBO comedy hits the ground running

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      The so-so sixth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm ended on a rather strange note. For a start, Larry’s long suffering but forever faithful spouse Cheryl had finally called quits on her husband and all his hang-ups. Stranger still, Larry quickly found love again with Loretta Black and her misplaced family. By the sixth season’s final moments, hapless Larry actually seemed to be…well happy.

      Such a thing was never meant to last,


      and the Larry of old quickly resurfaces. Even before credits roll on the first episode of season seven; Larry decides to ditch his cancer stricken girlfriend, is pitted against a recently released mental patient and butts heads with a gay doctor.

      Curb Your Enthusiasm hasn’t been the same for a while now. Season six had its moment, but was a far cry from the show’s hysterical heyday. Thankfully, this seventh outing ...


      • of the hit HBO comedy manages to improve on season six’s short comings, even if this new batch of episodes doesn’t quite match up to earlier years.

        However hit and miss the previous season, this seventh outing for the hit HBO comedy hits the ground running. After an illuminating reunion with Cheryl, Larry’s dealt some home truths and quickly sets about winning back his wife’s affections. First, he decides to get

        back to what he does best, and sows the seeds for a reunion special of his hit show Seinfeld. Undeterred by a lukewarm reaction from his old colleagues, Larry moves full steam ahead, making time to work in a special role for none other than Cheryl. Of course, there is one further obstacle to overcome before a romantic rekindling with Cheryl; that being Loretta, who now has her feet firmly under the table.




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