After exactly 100 episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm and 180 episodes of Seinfeld before it, it’s safe to say at this point that we know a lot about Larry David.
Although both shows aren’t directly about him as such, clearly Seinfeld back in the day was semi-autobiographical to his experience living with his more popular New York comedian friend Jerry Seinfeld, with the neurotic bald man George Costanza clearly acting as a LD surrogate.
David took it one step further by not even bothering casting an actor to play a quasi-real version of himself in its follow-up show Curb Your Enthusiasm. At this point it’s hard to know where the fictional Larry David starts and the real man himself ends.
But how well were you listening to Larry David’s many rants about social faux pas, the painfully difficult experiences of living life without much hair or what he believes to be the correct way to conduct oneself at a dinner party?
Some of the following quotes you can probably fill in the gaps without much thought. Some are trickier than others but if you’ve seen all 100 episodes of Curb then you should do pretty, pretty, pretty good here.