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  • Unfortunately, long time regulars like Jeff and Susie are sidelined somewhat by the dominance of the Seinfeld knot, and it’s also a shame not to see the likes of Richard Lewis, Wanda Sykes and Ted Danson reprising their roles in such an episode

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      Curb’s latest season concludes with this 40 minute special as the Seinfeld reunion show storyline finally comes to a close. As the final rehearsals begin, Larry is desperate to get Cheryl back once and for all, but an irate coffee maker, a damaged antique table and a blossoming romance between his ex wife and Jason Alexander threatens his plans.

      It’s a strong episode and fitting end to the season. There’s plenty of storylines running through which relate to


      each other which makes this episode feel a lot more thought out and precise like the Curb of old. Gone are the very easy set ups and clumsy plots that have dominated this season, and instead we’re left with a very watchable 40 minutes that reaches a very pleasing conclusion when Larry and Cheryl at last seem to rekindle their romance, but this reunion is botched by some trademark Larry.

      For Seinfeld fans, there’s a lot to enjoy,


      • with prominent roles for all four cast members (as well as some cameos from the show’s supporting players) as plenty of “rehearsals” and “scenes” are played out in full for the audience’s enjoyment. Many of the fictional dilemmas Larry has faced over the years are reintroduced, this time as storylines on the Seinfeld reunion show which grants the episode a pleasing, nostalgic feel.

        Unfortunately, long time regulars like Jeff and Susie are sidelined somewhat by the dominance of

        the Seinfeld knot, and it’s also a shame not to see the likes of Richard Lewis, Wanda Sykes and Ted Danson reprising their roles in such an episode.

        Nevertheless, this is a very satisfying episode that puts things back on track after a very disappointing season. With Larry and Cheryl (perhaps) back on track, things look promising for some more classic Curb in the future, although after a dodgy run such as this one, who knows if we’ll ever see it.




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