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The Freak Book 

Larry's birthday gift to Ted Danson - a coffee table book called "Mondo Freaks" gets him in trouble with everyone he shows the book to, which includes Ted, the limo driver, tennis star John... See full summary »

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Larry David
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Jeff Greene
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Cheryl David
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Susie Greene
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Mary Steenburgen
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John McEnroe
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Larry's birthday gift to Ted Danson - a coffee table book called "Mondo Freaks" gets him in trouble with everyone he shows the book to, which includes Ted, the limo driver, tennis star John McEnroe, a group of random mourners, and Paul McCartney's ex-wife Heather Mills. Written by halo1k

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Toby Huss, who plays Charlie the limo driver, played "The Wiz" in Seinfeld. See more »

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Larry is shown driving into the side of the airport labeled "departing flights" when picking up a passenger. See more »

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Must we?
30 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

I find myself between a rock and a hard-place in making this point. The internet is after all a wealth of opinions - so I will add my two cents worth anyway. CYE is the most sophisticated comedy to ever have come out of America - without question whatsoever. Can you not see the comedic Elysium that is John McEnroe shouting his lungs off at the wailing souls? Just the idea of pitching this episode to McEnroe is hilarious.

However, dissecting comedy is by far the most pointless exercise since Frank Zappa cited "talking about music is like dancing to architecture" Guys, go for a walk, get a breath of fresh air - get over it.

"Hey Mac, I'm sh*t-faced, we're gonna need a driver" -


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