In the fourth-season finale, Larry David flies to New York with fellow performers David Schwimmer and Cady Huffman to star on Broadway in "The Producers". Along the way, he argues with ... See full summary »

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In the fourth-season finale, Larry David flies to New York with fellow performers David Schwimmer and Cady Huffman to star on Broadway in "The Producers". Along the way, he argues with Schwimmer, develops a strange relationship with Huffman, finds he's tipping way too often and attempts to use his 10th anniversary gift from Cheryl. On stage, Larry and David put aside their differences and blow the audience away - unexpectedly, Mel Brooks isn't impressed. Written by Tomius J. Barnard

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In this season, Larry plays Max Bialystock in The Producers on Broadway and is visited by his cousin Andy when in New York. Richard Kind who plays Cousin Andy actually played Max Bialystock on Broadway in 2005. See more »

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When Larry is at dinner, the bits of napkin on his face disappear, then reappear. See more »

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[after Larry turned down sex from Cady Huffman because she had a Bush picture in her dressing room]
Jeff Greene: What the fuck were you thinking! A picture of Bush, who gives a flying fuck? I'd fuck her with a Bush mask on!
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References The Producers (1967) See more »

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Puppet Party
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Music by Ennio Morricone
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Fantastic
27 May 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

'Curb your enthusiasm', is a fantastic television show. Every Episode gets better and better. This hour length episode (and season final) is absolutely fantastic. In my mind i thought it will be another ordinary episode just be a little longer........I was dead wrong. Its so much better, it was perfect in every single way with Larry David and David Schwimmer doing fantastic and the characters from 'the producers' in this episode. There are also a few cameos in the episode but do yourself a favor, and rent or buy season seven of curb if you haven't already and keep watching this episode over and over again. You wont be disappointed.

10/10


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