Curb Your Enthusiasm by Stan The Caddy


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Larry David


The Car Salesman

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Stan The Caddy

PostPosted: February 11, 2004 11:45 AM 

gs: Jason Alexander (Himself) Richard Lewis (Himself) Chip Chinery (Car Customer #1) Jeanne Chinn (Barbara Schneider) Affion Crockett (Car Customer #2) Rick Hall (Tom Clarke) Dana Lee (Car Customer #4) Cynthia Martells (Car Customer #7) Matt North (Jay Schneider) Steven Pierce (Male Customer) Shirley Prestia (Car Customer #3) Harper Roisman (Car Customer #6) Susan Segal (Real Estate Agent) Abby Wolf (Car Customer #5) Jim Zulevic (Worker)

Living out of a hotel (they were fed up with "the wire" at their old home), Larry and Cheryl make a successful bid on a seaside chateau owned by Jason Alexander's new agent, Jay Schneider. Moving in, however, they learn their new dream home has a disturbing "house sound" of unknown origin. Meanwhile, Larry shocks his wife and friends by deciding to take a job as a car salesman, but is foiled by when "high maintenance" friend Richard Lewis shows up at the dealership. And in (yet) another case of art imitating life, Larry and Jason Alexander contemplate making a new TV series about an actor who can't find work because he's typecast as a "jackass" character from a hit series.

b: 23-Sep-2001 pc: 201 d: Robert B. Weide

NOTE: Jason Alexander played George Costanza on David's previous show, Seinfeld.
This is the 2nd season premiere.

bill k

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PostPosted: February 20, 2004 10:15 AM 

it is so funny in this episode when Larry is imitating the kids on Maury. F! you, no! F! you! You dont know Me! What! What! Yea! F you!



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PostPosted: July 11, 2005 2:48 PM 

In this episode - and in one or two others - I have noticed a funny thing happening with the sound at some point. I guess in thiss episode it's when Larry is telling his wife about his sales-plans in the hotel-room, and probably said the wrong weekday or soemthing, because some words are clearly dubbed afterwords. The strange thing is that they don't even seem to have tried ti get a similar ambience in the room where they recorded the correct words... (Or then it's just me who notice these things since I work with radio).. Anyone else noticed it?


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PostPosted: September 9, 2005 8:04 AM 

Larry brags about his natural salesmanship abilities ("I can talk anyone into anything, except women into sex"), but the only sales rap he has is stuff like "Shirley? That's my mother's name," or "Archie? My wife's name is Veronica." Great subtle humor there.

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