From the very onset of the two-minute teaser, Larry mocks Suzie’s toast to friendship. He learns that Jon Hamm’s film inspired by the Seinfeld creator has been canceled because “they hated the character. The word that kept reappearing is repugnant.” He gets into a tiff with Suzie over bath towels, and declines to pray for Albert Brooks, because it’ll make him “feel like an idiot.”
“I hate people individually, but I love mankind,” Larry tells his ex-wife, Cheryl, who replies with disgust, “Oh, you do?”
Needless to say, Curb Your Enthusiasm’s upcoming 11th season looks to be another winner. The 40-minute season premieres on HBO on Sunday, October 24th beginning at 10:40 p.m. ET/PT, with new episodes airing subsequent Sundays at 10:30 p.m. ET.
Alongside Larry, Susie, and Cheryl, Jeff, J.B. Smoove’s Leon, Ted Danson, and Richard Lewis are all returning for the upcoming season. Guest stars include Jon Hamm, Woody Harrelson, Bill HAder, Seth Rogen, Patton Oswalt, Tracey Ullman, and Julie Bowen, among others.
In anticipation of Curb’s new season, David appeared on Tuesday night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live and once again proved the Curb version of Larry isn’t too far off from the real one.