Larry David attends the premiere of HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" at the SVA Theatre, Wednesday, Sept. 27, in New York.
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After years away from "Curb Your Enthusiasm," Larry David pronounces himself satisfied with the new season, which he said is just like previous ones, and glad he did it.First, it means the blunt-trauma insults David delivered for eight seasons on the HBO comedy are undiminished, as is the show's willingness to milk any subject for laughs, from sex to ethnicity to illness.The world-of-TV Larry, David's alter ego, is insulated from the current White House tenant and national tensions.Last season, Larry accused guest star Michael J. Fox of using Fox's Parkinson's as a cover for hostile acts toward Larry."Curb" executive producer Jeff Schaffer said David has been taking careful notes.
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