Curb Your Enthusiasm…7×02: Vehicular Fellatio  » TV  »
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  • Larry escorts Loretta to a consultation and tries his best to make an ass out of himself so the doctor will suggest Loretta pack up her bags and leave
  • Overall, it’s a funny episode – mainly governed by the forward momentum of getting rid of Loretta, and a little stale with the main gag being a “blow job in the car” but all in all, it’s solid stuff

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      The seventh season of Curb picks up pace and marks a vast improvement on the first episode with a largely functional episode designed to oust the Black family and level the playing field for the rest of the season.

      While I’ve enjoyed the Black family; it’s about time they step back and let Cheryl return to the fold. Thankfully, after a pretty meagre appearance last time round, Vivica Fox is allowed an impressive amount of screen time as Loretta and brother Leon becomes embroiled into things once again.


      The long and short of this episode; Larry tries his hardest to get Loretta to break up with him. After catching an interview with a cancer specialist on Dr. Phil, who believes bad spouses bring on illness; Larry escorts Loretta to a consultation and tries his best to make an ass out of himself so the doctor will suggest Loretta pack up her bags and leave.

      Of course, this is Curb and not everything goes to plan, mainly thanks to a series of instances of vehicular fellatio. First,


      • Richard Lewis proudly (and secretly reveals) his new girlfriend performed a blowjob upon him on his ride to a dinner date; leading Larry to rudely avoid any physical contact with Lewis’ new beau. Later, just as it seems like Loretta is warming up to her new doctor, she spots the new doc performing the same act upon her husband en route to a medical lecture and refuses anymore contact out of disgust. Later, a mistaken sighting of the same heinous act means Loretta severs ties with Larry for
        good and finally, Jeff and Susie’s own venture into the practice results in a car wreck.

        Overall, it’s a funny episode – mainly governed by the forward momentum of getting rid of Loretta, and a little stale with the main gag being a “blow job in the car” but all in all, it’s solid stuff. There’s still enough of Larry and his ways, all the main players bar Cheryl get enough time to shine and after the so-so previous ep, things looks to be getting back to form.




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