I’m a hardcore atheist but if I worshiped a god, there is only one person that I would ever consider, and that man is Larry David. He’s changed my life since this first moment I laid eyes on Seinfeld. In some ways it has ruined my social life. When I’m around people it’s as if I’m forced to go into bits when a situation arises. I’ve scared off countless women because of this, and I’ve stopped talking with some women entirely because they told me they hated the show. How can I associate myself with these people — are they even people in the first place?
This week I started re-watching the most recent season of Curb Your Enthusiasm and it is still as brilliant as the day it aired. I would argue the Palestinian restaurant episode is one of the greatest segments in television history.
I don’t know. I really don’t know. I couldn’t say. Ask me in six months.
He later was asked why it took so long for him to make up his mind about another season of Curb, which warranted: “I’m just an indecisive fellow. You should see me at a restaurant!”
If Curb finally calls it a day, those 80 episodes need to be put in a museum for future generations to enjoy.