Panelists: Susie Essman, DL Hughley, Mika Brzezinski, Michael Beckwith, Joe Scarborough
When did this show originally air?
- November 26, 2000.
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5. "Personal reasons? You can get away with anything with that..."
- Cheryl scheduled a dinner party but the caterer cancelled citing "personal reasons." Larry responds with ...
The Wizarding World of Harry Potterat Universal Orlando
JK Rowling is done telling stories about Harry Potter and Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardy, but Pottermania is far from over. Join TV Guide Network's Hollywood 411 as it attends the grand opening of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort.
Audiences will get an early look at rides and see such locations as ...
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Cheryl's Aunt Louise passes away. Cheryl's family comes to stay with the Davids. Larry tries to help by paying for the hotel room of Cheryl's sister and her boyfriend. Larry volunteers to handle the obituary as well. Both go horribly, horribly wrong. With Larry David, no good deed goes unpunished.
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Panelists: Susie Essman, DL Hughley, Stephen Macht, Adam Carolla, Tonya Pinkins
Curb Your Enthusiasm
If Curb's Episode 5 "Interior Decorator" had to be summed up in 5 words it'd be "Larry is a cheap bastard." In this episode we learn that a fool and his money are soon parted, that you can have star power without showing the star and that power couples are the gatekeepers. What am I talking about? Read on and all will be clear...
I have friends, you have friends, congratulations. But what good are they if you can't access them like an ATM?
Panelists: Susie Essman, Seth Green, Randy Cohen, Peter Mehlman, David Steinberg
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Larry's lessons learned this episode: how to win back his wife's affection with flowers and shiny baubles; how not to appear homeless; why you should always tip your captain; and what's the 'duty to help' obligation for the blind. It's all in Curb's "The Bracelet."
Larry, channeling his inner teenager, is watching football while talking on the phone. Cheryl walks in the door, just getting home from visiting her mom in Tallahassee. Larry jumps up to greet her and she can't help but notice ...
Sure talk is cheap. But does that mean you have to throw it away chatting with a stranger, in an elevator?
Panelists: Susie Essman, Seth Green, Rex Lee, Merrill Markoe, David Steinberg