Curb Your Enthusiasm - The Complete Fourth Season (2002) USA
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Director:Andy Ackerman, Larry Charles, Bryan Gordon, Dean Parisot, David Steinberg, Keith Truesdell, Robert B. Weide
Studio:Hbo Home Video
Producer:Jeff Garlin, Ellin Baumel, Erin O'Malley, Gavin Polone
Writer:Jesse Gordon
Rating:4.6 (12 votes)
Date Added:2006-04-08
Purchased On:2006-08-04
Genre:Curb Your Enthusiasm
Aspect Ratio:1.85 : 1
Subtitles:English, Spanish, French
Andy Ackerman, Larry Charles, Bryan Gordon, Dean Parisot, David Steinberg, Keith Truesdell, Robert B. Weide  ...  (Director)
Jesse Gordon  ...  (Writer)
Larry David  ...  Himself
Cheryl Hines  ...  Herself
Jeff Garlin  ...  Himself
Robert B. Weide  ...  Himself
Jason Alexander  ...  Himself / Jason Alexander
Shelley Berman  ...  Himself / Nat David
Larry Charles  ...  Himself
Jon Corn  ...  Himself (as Jonathan Corn)
Ted Danson  ...  Himself
Susie Essman  ...  Herself / Susie Greene
Tim Gibbons  ...  Himself
Richard Kind  ...  Himself / Cousin Andy
Richard Lewis  ...  Himself
Erin O'Malley  ...  Herself
Porscha Parker  ...  Waitress (scenes deleted)
Steve Rasch  ...  Himself
J.J. Boone  ...  
Mel Brooks  ...  
Summary: He never learns. In the fourth season of his award-winning HBO comedy series, the quasi-fictional character of Larry David continues to say--and do--whatever he wants whenever he wants. In the first episode alone ("Mel's Offer"), in which Mel Brooks offers him the role of Max Bialystock in The Producers, David offends a doctor, a lesbian couple, a wheelchair user, and Ben Stiller (by not shaking his hand after he sneezes). Then, in the second ("Ben's Birthday Party"), he offends a blind man--by telling him his girlfriend's not as hot as she claims--and pokes Stiller in the eye with a skewer while attempting to show agent Jeff Greene (Jeff Garlin) his new golf move.
Larry continues to offend Stiller until he drops out of The Producers and, in the fifth episode ("The 5 Wood"), David Schwimmer (Friends) steps in. The following episode ("The Car Pool Lane"), in which David attends a Dodgers game--with a prostitute, so he can use the carpool lane--made history when it set an innocent man free. Unused footage from the show, entered into evidence by the defense attorney, confirmed his client's alibi that he couldn't have committed a murder because he was at the game (alas, the Braves still trounced the Dodgers). Other guests include Ted Danson ("The Weatherman"), Russell Means ("Wandering Bear"), and Gina Gershon ("The Survivor") as a Hasidic hottie. In addition, the hour-long season finale ("Opening Night") boasts a bevy of stars, including David’s old colleague Jerry Seinfeld, Nathan Lane (Broadway's original Bialystock), and fellow Tony Award winner Anne Bancroft (The Miracle Worker). As they've done since the early days, Cheryl Hines (Cheryl David), Susie Essman (Susie Greene), and Richard Lewis and Wanda Sykes (as themselves) do what they can to keep one-man demolition derby David in check. --Kathleen C. Fennessy