Two cousins and friends, Richie and Evan, go to Atlantic City to gamble. Richie loses all he has at slot machines and asks Evan for two more coins for a last attempt. That last attempt ... See full summary »
Larry David, co-creator and co-writer with Jerry Seinfeld of the Seinfeld series, decides to make a come-back to stand-up comedy. His agent, Jeff Greene, has even more ambitious plans - make a TV special of the occasion, including showing the planning behind the show. This is that TV special. Sort of.Written by
This episode can be found in the first season disc set on the second DVD's bonus section. See more »
Early on, after Larry and Jeff exit the initial HBO meeting and are walking to the elevator, you can clearly see Larry reach for the elevator button, hesitate, then move his finger up a couple inches and press it into empty metal above the button. This was presumably done to prevent the elevator doors from opening during filming of the scene. See more »
The title of the movie prevents me from expressing myself properly
Larry David is a master at comic awkwardness. He is a decent actor too even if he is playing a fictionalized, caricature of himself. New, real-life situations are blown out of proportion in Seinfeld style, and while it would be impossible to recreate that show, this new material from Larry David is quite welcome. I am very happy that it has now become a series on HBO.
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