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The Shrimp Incident

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Stan The Caddy







PostPosted: February 11, 2004 11:46 AM 

gs: Brad Hall (Himself) Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Herself) Allan Wasserman (Himself) Frances Collier (Social Worker) Jane Carr (Fran Metzgar) JoJo D'Amore (JoJo) Laura Fairchild (HBO Assistant) Emily Kuroda (Restaurant Employee) Ming Lo (Restaurant Manager) Thea Mann (Melissa Halbreich) Andi Masterson (Dentist's Wife) David Morehead (Mickey) Sam Pancake (Michael Halbreich) Judy Toll (HBO Executive)

Larry suspects that HBO exec Allan Wasserman has lifted some shrimp out of his Chinese food following a take-out mix-up. Later, when he and Julia Louis-Dreyfus are pitching their new show to HBO, Larry just can't leave the subject of the shrimp alone. The situation isn't helped when Larry's labeled a misogynist after uttering the "c" word at a poker game. As if that's not enough, Wasserman learns from certain "eyewitnesses" that Larry beats his wife.

b: 14-Oct-2001 pc: 2-04 d: David Steinberg

NOTE: Julia Louise Dreyfus played Elaine Benes on David's previous show, Seinfeld. She is the second Seinfeld regular to appear on "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
Julia Louise Dreyfus and Brad Hall are married in real life.

svr

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PostPosted: December 23, 2004 7:22 AM 

hi anybody there

Gendison

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PostPosted: December 23, 2004 8:38 AM 

Hmmmm..leeme see. Eating shrimp ("the ocean called")), someone possibly stealing food (did he steal the raisins), Pitching a show to a network (There's a show, thet's a show). Yeah, that's really original...I guess, if you're going to steal, you might as well steal from yourself.

Bookman

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PostPosted: December 23, 2004 1:35 PM 

CYE is a post-graduate course on the origins of "Seinfeld." It's kind of a prequel, in its own way. George Costanza is all over this show. CYE and "Seinfeld" provide the ultimate TV synergy. You learn more about one show by watching the other.



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