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    Seinfeld cast to return to screen on Curb Your Enthusiasm

    For a multi-episode story arc. Can't wait!

    Wonder if Michael Richards will be doing stand up?
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    Re: Seinfeld cast to return to screen on Curb Your Enthusiasm

    WOW! Put those two casts together and you've got enough angst to support all of the psyco therapists in Beverly Hills for the next ten years!

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    Love it. I've recently started watching all the seasons of Curb on DVD. I finished the third season last night. I think the final episode of season where they open the restaurant is one of the funniest things I've ever seen (the one where they have the chef who randomly swears without knowing it, and then Larry yells out profanities, then all of a sudden everyone is just swearing arbitrarily). Only problem is I don't have HBO, so I'll have to wait for the DVDs.
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    Re: Seinfeld cast to return to screen on Curb Your Enthusiasm

    Not that there's anything wrong with this.
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    Pretty, pretty, pretty, prettttty good...... news.

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    Re: Seinfeld cast to return to screen on Curb Your Enthusiasm

    Should be real funny. Anything with the Seinfeld cast will undoubtedly be.

    I like Curb and Larry David, but sometimes, some episodes, I start to feel a little sorry for him, the way he gets the crap kicked out of him, constantly. But, I guess that's the point.
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    I'll bet that Richards and Alexander jumped at the chance to do anything on TV that could be considered funny.

    And previously I had thought that Jerry wasn't capable of doing something that wasn't funny, but then I watched him on 30 Rock a couple years ago and it suuuuucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWM View Post
    Love it. I've recently started watching all the seasons of Curb on DVD. I finished the third season last night. I think the final episode of season where they open the restaurant is one of the funniest things I've ever seen (the one where they have the chef who randomly swears without knowing it, and then Larry yells out profanities, then all of a sudden everyone is just swearing arbitrarily). Only problem is I don't have HBO, so I'll have to wait for the DVDs.
    Asa Seinfeld addict, and big fan of Larry David, one of the reasons I'm getting Directv's On Demand is so I can possibly get CYE. I watched it constantly when I had Time Warner.

    Most of the seasons are on DVD and can be gotten at discount price on Amazon.

    http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw...m&sprefix=Curb
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    Anybody with HBO OnDemand watched the behind the scenes special about the Seinfeld reunion (not a reunion) on Curb? I just watched it today. I didn't know what the story line was going to be for getting the Seinfeld cast back together until I watched it. Awesome.

    I don't know if most already know, but they're making new Seinfeld episodes on Curb. They recreated the Seinfeld set, (Jerry's apartment, the coffee shop) and they brought everybody back. Newman, Banya, George's parents and others. From the few snippets of scenes that they showed it looks fantastic. I don't know if I've ever been more excited for a TV show. If you have HBO OnDemand it's well worth the 22 minutes to watch.

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    Re: Seinfeld cast to return to screen on Curb Your Enthusiasm

    Considering how close to the line they went in Seinfeld, it should be quite entertaining to see them cross those lines.
    I think I will like this.

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    This might be the one thing that could get me to subscribe to HBO. Curb is one of the best things I've ever watched on TV.
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    Re: Seinfeld cast to return to screen on Curb Your Enthusiasm

    Quote Originally Posted by Razor Shines View Post
    And previously I had thought that Jerry wasn't capable of doing something that wasn't funny, but then I watched him on 30 Rock a couple years ago and it suuuuucked.
    You must have missed those Microsoft commercials he did with Bill Gates last year. More surreal than funny, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razor Shines View Post
    I'll bet that Richards and Alexander jumped at the chance to do anything on TV that could be considered funny.

    And previously I had thought that Jerry wasn't capable of doing something that wasn't funny, but then I watched him on 30 Rock a couple years ago and it suuuuucked.
    I thought Jerry was pretty lame on Jay Leno last night, as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MWM View Post
    This might be the one thing that could get me to subscribe to HBO. Curb is one of the best things I've ever watched on TV.
    I need to hit up Amazon and start collecting the DVDs.
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