Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 3, Episode 6

The Special Section (20 Oct. 2002)

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Larry is distraught when he learns that his mother died while he was off shooting a movie in New York, and he doesn't learn about the news until two days after the funeral. Larry uses the ... See full summary »

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Larry is distraught when he learns that his mother died while he was off shooting a movie in New York, and he doesn't learn about the news until two days after the funeral. Larry uses the loss to get out of a number of unappealing invitations, while plotting to move his mother away from the "special section" of the cemetery. Written by halo1k

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When Larry and Cheryl are having al fresco breakfast there is toast and jelly on top of Larry's bowl of fruit when seem from his side of the table but it is missing from Cheryl's point of view. See more »

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Another terrific comedy of errors
18 June 2007 | by (England) – See all my reviews

Starting with Larry acting for none other than director Martin Scorsese, this is a packed episode of comic complications. Larry is shocked to discover, on visiting his father, that his mother passed away while he was working in New York. Apparently, his father (Shelley Berman) was told by his late-wife that he shouldn't bother Larry while he was away in New York as it would spoil his time there! It's not long before Larry realises that his mother's death is a get-out-of-jail-free card for unwanted appointments.

This is a fun installment and there are appearances by Richard Kind as Cousin Andy, the aforementioned Martin Scorsese and Richard Lewis.

8 out of 10. Superb.


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