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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by SamT, Dec 2, 2019.
The most relatable show on TV is back.
"You wanna impress people with lies?"
"How else do you impress people?"
Just the thought of the theme music makes me laugh.
The episode seemed to touch on multiple subjects without really getting into anything, but I was howling the whole time. They made Garlin look even more like Harvey Weinstein than he normally does to great effect.
The funniest TV show ever !!!
Shoot, did I miss the premiere? Better head to HBO GO.
It appears this season's storylines are Larry Vs. Mocha Joe's and his reconciliation with Cheryl. Both of which will blow up in his face because Larry David.
"I'm not Harvey Weinstein."
"Wasn't that one of the shithole countries?"
Casually snapping the selfie-stick in half was magnificent. They really hit the ground running with this episode. Enjoyed it a lot. It felt very much like every plotline apart (possibly) from Lennon Parnham's pregnancy will be coming back in the weeks ahead.
Okay, caught up. Needed those laughs. The "people repellent" was hysterical. If only that would work in Florida, as well.
Loved the episode! Btw, all the seasons are on sale at iTunes in HD for $4.99 per season.
"Are you asking if Larry will pause and have a moment of self-reflection? (Laughs) You know how there’s certain kind of bacteria that’s resistant to antibiotics? Larry is resistant to learning. It’s not going to happen. He’s a very strong strain of Larry!"
At the beginning the jokes were too many and seemed forced, then I warmed up to it and started laughing from the Harvey Weinstein joke.
Glad they finally acknowledged Mr. t. I don't think, don't remember if they did it in the previous season. They have to use and milk it.
- I'll call you when I land.
- You don't need to call her when you land.
If there's a plane crash, we'll know about it.
"Hey...Larry might be one or two of those things, but not all three."
Positively giddy that Larry 'went there' with the MAGA thing, because poltics aside I've long been fascinated by how Larry's Curb character seems the closest in personality to Trump, given the divergent demographics of their respective acolytes.
Loved the episode, other than the talcum powder bit. That was so stupid and forced and clearly just put in there to work in the Peloton product placement.
exactly. As if Larry couldn’t have said, I was just working out give me 10 minutes to take a shower. Also, wouldn’t the talcum allergy have come up at some point during their marriage.
I have not seen the early seasons, so I started season 1 and finished The Pants Tent. I was so surprised. I was thinking they are going to need several episodes or seasons to warm up and hit their stride. From episode 1 they are in full force and hitting all the high notes.