Sunday, July 10, 2011

"Curb Your Enthusiasm" Is Back, Gorky and Ballsy

Wine and women are better with age. Larry David becomes bitter.

Of course, even bitter when it comes to David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm," which began the season eighth on Sunday night after an almost two year hiatus, HBO.

He and his now ex-wife Sheryl, and ran through what is probably the most peaceful divorce in history. But the real highlight of David to teach Girl Scouts how to use a swab through the bathroom door. He has a defense when his father expressed his disgust: "If your nose runs, and he needs a tissue, I'll give him a tissue."

He had just begun. It is hard to top the season seven "Seinfeld" reunion, but judging by the screening of three episodes set to air in the coming weeks, David. Forget about pushing the envelope - he set it on fire with a third of the season in which he offers to take on the ancient Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

David Koresh and his managers to develop an insatiable desire for the Palestinians chicken restaurant in Los Angeles. They noted that the Palestinian restaurant will be a fantastic place for our Jewish friends, to deceive his partner, Jeff, and proposed a solution lingering tensions between Israel and the Palestinian territories: "What people should do is send them into the hands of Israel's chickens."

But the chicken was the seizure, when David and his friends learn that the more religious Jews from other sectors of the Palestinian restaurant set to open the side door of the Jewish badge shop. Cronies advise rally to force the Palestinians to. (Remember, "Ground Zero mosque" as a debate, but with a delicious meat.)

There's no point in giving it all here. Suffice it to say, fighting a yarmulke, a meeting with the Palestinian woman who encouraged David to show the "promised land" full of obscenities dispute with a woman, played by Maggie Wheeler (better known as nasal Janice from "Friends"), and a few more weakness before battle came to a head.

Crises abound in this season, especially in middle-aged types. David, divorced in series and in real life, not married and ready to mingle. His friends were married to struggle more than ever. One of my friends became born-again Jew, others take a spiritual vow of silence.

But adults still rule. The ninth episode of the season, who found David stomping "Seinfeld" land, New York, including therapy sessions are carried embarrassing incident in his childhood, Mr. Ice Cream Softee truck. And David to "Joy Ride" the term new meaning when his girlfriend, played by "Saturday Night Live" alum Ana Gasteyer, to reveal the secret of the passenger seat of his car.

Gasteyer, and Wheeler is one of many special guests grace the eighth season of "Curb to." Lineup includes Ricky Gervais, Rosie O'Donnell, Michael J. Fox. Repeated star Wanda Sykes and JB Smoove also returned. Susie Essman as foul-mouthed wife-manager, David, was in true form.

With "Curb" began, there was already talk about the end. David, an eccentric, he is not trying to hide the fact that he did not use the promotion and advertising, which surrounds each season. If it means the end of the season, it's pretty far out into the street. But as the war proves the Palestinian chicken, no one else to go where David went. Here's hoping he has in him to stay in one round.

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