As part of a deal with ABC, Larry agrees to attend a screening of a new mini series. While at the after-party, Larry finds that the bathroom doors have no locks, so he goes to use the ... See full summary »

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Robert B. Weide
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Episode complete credited cast:
Larry David ... Larry David
Jeff Garlin ... Jeff Greene
Cheryl Hines ... Cheryl David
Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Susie Essman ... Susie Greene
Rita Wilson ... Anne Michaelson
Jane Carr ... Fran Metzger
Una Damon ... ABC Executive
Merrin Dungey ... Amy
Zach Grenier ... Lane Michaelson
Ashly Holloway ... Sammi Greene
Jonas Lagunoff Jonas Lagunoff ... Locksmith
Ator Tamras ... Waitress
Bailey Thompson ... Tara Michaelson
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As part of a deal with ABC, Larry agrees to attend a screening of a new mini series. While at the after-party, Larry finds that the bathroom doors have no locks, so he goes to use the upstairs bathroom, and the network exec's daughter asks him to cut the hair off her doll's head. He does so, but it incurs the wrath of Suzie, a theater-goer, and the network exec's wife. Written by halo1k

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Comedy

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USA

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English

Release Date:

4 November 2001 (USA) See more »

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Home Box Office (HBO) See more »
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Color
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Larry does his impression of Cary Grant when he says the doll's name "Judy, Judy, Judy!". While Grant never actually says that in a movie, Stanley Donen, who directed him in Charade (1963), has stated that for the fun of it, he had Grant filmed saying it. Donen admitted that since then he had lost that footage. See more »

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When Larry cuts the doll's hair, he does it with his Swiss army knife. After cutting, when the camera zooms out he is however holding a big blue scissors. See more »

Quotes

Jeff Greene: Hey, do you want to have dinner tomorrow before the show?
Larry David: Oh I don't know...
Cheryl: We've got plans.
Larry David: We don't have plans we just don't want to have dinner with you.
Cheryl: [exasperated] Larry....
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The Four Seasons - The Summer
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Music by Antonio Vivaldi
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Classic "Curb"
6 January 2008 | by DVD_ConnoisseurSee all my reviews

"The Doll" is an extremely entertaining and well scripted episode of the second series, directed by "Curb" regular Robert B. Weide. With Larry causing mayhem in the most cringe-worthy fashion, this mid-season episode deserved to be the season finale.

There's more than a little of Larry David in me and I can't help but empathise with his plight in some episodes. In "The Doll", his inability to see the possible consequences of his actions is both amusing and painful (in a good way).

The cast are as excellent as ever and they make even the most far-fetched scenes seem believable. The "fly on the wall" experience of watching "Curb" is comedy heaven.

10 out of 10. Without a doubt, "Curb" is the best comedy show in production today. Long may it continue.


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