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This is for “Curb Your Enthusiasm, Season 1-10”.
Total 10 seperate DVD sets.
An innocent bunch-up in Larry’s trousers causes a misunderstanding with Cheryl’s friend Nancy at the movies. He also manages to offend his friend Richard Lewis’ new girlfriend. Larry and Cheryl enjoy their bowling double-date with Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen, but it ends badly when Larry accuses the bowling alley of misplacing his sneakers. Later, Ted gets the wrong idea about Larry when he goes shopping with Mary at a downtown department store.
Larry spends a day as a car salesman, and is ready to give up many things to stay a car salesman. He also buys a house. Everything seems to be going fine, except that people keep asking him stupid questions while they’re car shopping, and the house makes weird sounds at night. So Larry puts his genius into action and is this close to fulfilling a lifelong dream when Richard Lewis shows up with grievances and ruins everything. While going to meet Jason Alexander to discuss an idea for a new TV project, Larry has a run-in with professional wrestler Thor Olsen. Thor accuses Larry of “shooting at his kids,” and Larry thinks Thor slashed his tires and asks Jeff to pay him back by letting the air out of Thor’s tires. Meanwhile, Jeff separates from Suzie and asks Larry to go pick up his clothes, which incurs Suzie’s wrath.
While comforting a friend whose husband passed away, Larry and Cheryl comment on the husband’s shirt. Larry then goes to the department store the next day to buy it. Meanwhile, Jeff talks Larry into investing in a trendy new celebrity restaurant. Larry also gets into trouble when he throws away some trash in a random garbage can. Thanks to Larry’s miscommunication on his new cell phone, Richard Lewis’ girlfriend succumbs to peanut allergies a week before they’re supposed to go to the Emmy Awards. A practicing Christian Scientist, she doesn’t take any medicine, so Richard and Larry devise a scheme to cook up some brownies laced with medicine. Like all things Larry does, the plan backfires.
Mel Brooks sees Larry performing some karaoke at a bar one night and is quickly impressed with his singing abilities. He then invites Larry to audition to star in a Broadway production of “The Producers”. But the deal quickly goes south once Mel hits Larry in the head and Larry’s doctor drools on him. Mel Brooks taps Ben Stiller to be Larry’s co-star in The Producers. But when Larry accidentally punches Ben Stiller in the eye during a birthday party game gone wrong, Ben drops out of the production.
Larry is changed by a near-death experience, a revelation about his father, and a sandwich named after him. Wanda Sykes thinks Larry purposefully adopted a dog she deems “racist”, Larry falls off his pedestal as a friend of the lesbian community, and Larry hires a private investigator to uncover some information about his past. Larry goes bra-shopping for his maid, landing him in trouble with her husband and his neighbors.
After Larry’s quest to find the perfect excuse for missing a pair of parties backfires on him big time, he gets in a tense, heated fight with Cheryl. So to make up for it, he agrees to take in the Black Family, who lost their home in Hurricane Edna. But can the Blacks deal with Larry’s total recklessness and lack of respect, not to mention his poorly planned pastry selection? Larry decides to be nice for a change and actually donate money to a worthy cause. But when he’s revealed to be the anonymous donor for the hospital wing, Larry goes ballistic. He then accuses a dry cleaner of giving his jersey to someone else, and goes off in search of it. Meanwhile, Larry, Jeff, and the Blacks get their reputation stained.
Larry attempts a preemptive breakup with an ailing Loretta, and learns with Jeff that you can’t make an “empty gesture” to a Funkhouser. Larry deliberately tries to annoy Loretta, against the advice of a renowned doctor. Later, Larry dooms Richard Lewis’ new relationship, and ends up profiting from Leon’s indiscretion with the wife of a depressed pal. Approaching the 10-year mark, Larry and Jeff finally agree to do a Seinfeld reunion show. However, after getting a bad set of tickets to a Lakers game, he tries to call the reunion off after offending the head of NBC. Meanwhile Larry hatches a scheme to win back Cheryl by casting her as George’s ex-wife.
Larry learns his lawyer isn’t kosher, and rescinds a cookie order from the Girl Scout daughter of a beleaguered sports owner. Larry becomes an unlikely role model for battered women; Richard Lewis’s relationship with a burlesque performer is put to the test; Leon survives a case of mistaken identity. Larry plays the ultimate “social assassin” at a dinner party, on the golf course, and at a Palestinian restaurant with phenomenal chicken.
Larry tries to rid himself of an inept assistant, offends Jeff’s barber, and gets into hot water over a new project. Larry reaches out to a familiar face, gives a hotel guest sartorial advice, and tries to create a diversion to help a friend’s nephew. Larry turns to a writer for advice; he also gets ticketed by an overzealous cop while searching for Susie’s “little sister.”
Larry kicks off the new year with new rival Mocha Joe; at a cocktail party hosted by Jeff and Susie, Larry gets roped into lunch plans and has a misunderstanding with a caterer. Larry’s lawyer tries to resolve the situation with his assistant, Alice; Larry surprises Susie with an impressive birthday gift and comes one step closer to exacting revenge on Mocha Joe. Larry drops the ball when he gets the chance to make amends with his assistant Alice. Larry and Richard go to extreme lengths for their upcoming lunch date.