Curb Your Enthusiasm
The off-kilter, unscripted comic vision of Larry David, who plays himself in a parallel universe in which he can't seem to do anything right, and, by his standards, neither can anyone else.
Larry heads to Georgia to appear at the birthday party of a prominent businessman, while Leon takes the opportunity to visit his Auntie Rae. Later, Larry has some trouble with his glasses and faces off with a surly hotel cleaner.
The Lawn Jockey
Still in Atlanta, Larry finds himself stuck at a rental home with a questionable lawn ornament. Meanwhile, Jeff pays the price for taking Larry's advice for Susie's birthday gift.
Vertical Drop, Horizontal Tug
Larry's improved golf game causes trouble with an acclaimed actor. Freddy helps his neighbors through a delicate issue.
Larry finds himself in Takahashi's crosshairs after a note is found in the men's locker room. Tensions mount when Larry and Irma's couple's counselor crosses a professional line.
After an incident at temple, Larry asks friends to vouch for his character – while also trying to help name a baby and worrying about a fish.
The Gettysburg Address
Larry tries to make better use of the time he spends in the bathroom. Susie starts a new business, and her advertising has unexpected results. Later, Larry gives acting advice to an A-list actress.