Curb your Enthusiasm

Curb your Enthusiasm

The Complete Seventh Season

DVD - 2008
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Larry contemplates his future with an ailing Loretta, and decides on a novel approach to winning back Cheryl. In addition to Larry finding himself embroiled in usual cauldron of self-made crises, he orchestrates a reunion with the entire cast of Seinfeld
Publisher: New York, NY : HBO Video, 2008
ISBN: 9781419894053
Branch Call Number: DVD Fiction CURB
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (300 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
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Feb 04, 2020

Hilarious, but stressful to watch.... At times, lol. You gotta get Larry David's sense of humor. 🙄

May 24, 2019

After waiting so long to see the much anticipated Seinfeld reunion, I have to admit that I came away a bit disappointed. Hopefully I didn't miss any episodes, but there is one on each disc of Season 7. The first one, called "The Reunion" had some hilarious moments but it read like a documentary. Just really didn't have the same feel as the show. However, it was wonderful to see Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer in the same room talking about the show as though it were still on the air. The second disc episode "Seinfeld" was very disappointing and I almost didn't watch it all the way through. However, when they got to the actual "reunion " it felt as though I were watching a classic episode of "Seinfeld." Just a note, Jerry and Jason figure prominently in the second episode, but Julia is only used a little bit and we only see Michael Richards in the last few scenes.

Dec 14, 2013

The arc theme in season 7 is the Seinfeld reunion show, but while that's developing, we get answers to various questions: Should you divorce your partner if they get cancer, is saving someone's life worth a thank you, if you call someone by accident is it still a genuine phone call, do all disabled people know each other, what is a miracle, how should we behave at a private golf club, is there really a police officer named Krupke (West Side Story), how to deal with text messages from children, do intentions matter or only consequences?

catbluecurious Sep 22, 2012

Lots of laughs from start to finish. Would reccommend to other DVD lovers. Great show! :)

May 07, 2011

I had lost my interest in Curb after the sixth season. I wasn't too fond of his wife, Cheryl's departure, nor of Larry's disintegrating relationships with his manager Jeff and friend Richard Lewis since those relationships were a large part of why the show worked in the first place. They created a sense of camaraderie, even as Larry fought with almost everyone he met. Season six just felt frustrating rather than funny as result of this.

But there is no reason to fret because this season is a complete return to form. Awkward, insensitive, selfish, honest, realistic (sometimes only to us, sometimes only to himself) Larry David is back to offend and create enemies out of a wide range of celebrities in a story arc that culminates in a fictionalized Seinfeld reunion. While the situations are a little more outlandish and not as realistic as the first two seasons and the writing a little hackneyed, the acting is spot on and guaranteed to entertain. While parts of it may bewilder and be a little too difficult to watch, nothing beats the piece de resistance of watching moments such as when Larry David physically fights Rosie O' Donnell at a restaurant while proclaiming, "she started it!"

As you can tell, the Seinfeld reunion is not even the best part.

Sep 22, 2010

Fantastic season of Curb, focusing on the Seinfeld reunion. Leon is also still in this season and he is hilarious. If you have never watched Curb your Enthusiasm, instantly get season 1 from the library and you'll be hooked. It may take a couple episodes to get used to Larry David's humour and you might find some of the situations he gets himself in are almost hard to watch but you'll love it. There are always great guest stars and an amazing cast. This is probably the best comedy on TV right now and Season 7 shows no sign of fatigue.


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Dec 15, 2013

Larry David: "I'd rather have the thieves than the neighbours - the thieves don't impose. Thieves just want your things, neighbours want your time."


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