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rhythm, and structure to all the episodes, almost similar to Seinfeld, which was previously, produced by Curb your Enthusiasm’s producer Larry David. However, there are clear differences between the two shows that make the latter a clearer mirror of society. For example, George Costanza embodied hopelessness and was perceptive of social norms that were considered toxic. Nevertheless, the commentary in Seinfeld, rather than trying to expound on any philosophy, was more reactive and rarely attempted to promote change. On the other hand, Curb your Enthusiasm gives social matters a different slant, revolving around Larry David’s philosophy not to conform to social norms (Parker, 2011). Curb your Enthusiasm is a show that mainly focuses on comedy of mortification, especially in relation to the main character Larry David, in which the scenes openly identify delusions, selfishness, and hypocrisy in order to prompt revulsion and laughs in equal measure about our understanding of social etiquette and manners.
Curb your Enthusiasm blurs most distinctions between reality and fiction, in which the real life producer of the show, Larry David, plays a fictionalized character by the same name who shares most of Larry’s personal history. This makes it difficult to decipher whether the show is a meta-essay about the post-modern era, a sitcom, or a semi-structured largely unscripted documentary (Parker, 2011). Larry David as the main character of the show is an unrepentant and aggrieved man who shows excessive abilities of bursting into rage throughout the series. This can be seen in the first episode where he tells one of his friends, Richard Lewis, that he ran into his (Richard’s) girlfriend in the cinema and that his girlfriend should at least read “Emily F****** Post”. As a throwaway reference to the woman who is renowned as the doyenne of social etiquette and died in the 1960s, is but a clue of what follows throughout the entire series of eight seasons. It is soon
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