Larry David made a return to SNL last night, resuming his role as the loveably cranky presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. In the political cold open, David’s Sanders begged us to send …Read More
In the past week, Vermont senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has danced and extolled his grandkids on Ellen, explained socialism (sort of) on Real Time With Bill Maher, defended Hillary Clinton’s emails in a debate quip that went viral, and got impersonated by Larry David on Saturday Night Live.
Curb Your Enthusiasm has been off the air for several seasons, but the love fans keep in their hearts for Larry David’s special brand of cranky, misanthropic and pathologically honest alter …Read More
At a promotional appearance for his ABC sitcom The Goldbergs, Jeff Garlin told television critics the chances for a return of his other TV show—Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm—fall firmly into the realm of possible, if not probable.
After the success of Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm, there are plenty of people who would probably pay good money to eat dinner with Larry David for the sole purpose of having him insult and nitpick their table manners (“You eat your peas with a fork?”) while arguing with the waitstaff about his dish’s preparation and the appropriate tip. During the matinee preview of his Broadway play A Fish in the Dark, that I attended, David got close to the biggest applause of the afternoon for flubbing a line and ad-libbing, “I messed that up.” Later, when he finally recited his signature line — “prettay, prettay good” — the Cort Theatre went nuts. In other words, the bar for his fans’ appreciation is prettay, prettay low.