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  • One of the best episodes of the second season and while the ongoing storyline around Larry’s new sitcom pitch plays in from previous episodes

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      Larry David and Julia Louis-Dreyfus take their new sitcom idea and pitch it to HBO and for a time, all seems well. However, after a mix up at a Chinese restaurant and a swapped order with a HBO exec, Larry won’t let the discovery of eight missing shrimp go…and almost ruins his new commission. After a

      reluctant apology, things seem to return to some degree of calm, but after using the dreaded “C” word at a new colleague and being mistaken for a wife beating brute; he completely ruins any chance of a home at HBO and the chance for Julia to finally say “fuck” on television.

      It’s a standout of the ...


      • second season, really giving Larry the chance to bang the world to rights with his strange, but somehow endearing, values. Louis-Dreyfus again once again puts in a great performance and proves a welcome addition to the second season cast.

        For fans of the show who may have seen the original special that launched things, there’s a

        nice call back to that that ties things together and serves as more fuel for the fire.

        One of the best episodes of the second season and while the ongoing storyline around Larry’s new sitcom pitch plays in from previous episodes; it works as a very neat and tidy stand alone story you’ll enjoy time and again.




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