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  • Curb Your Enthusiasm Review: November 15, 2009 - Seinfeld Reunion

    By  Eddy Friedfeld

    November 16, 2009 | 2:42 am

    This week’s entry of Curb is a fun introduction to next week’s big finale.  With the cast of Seinfeld at the rehearsal table, it feels like old home week- a renuion of friends you missed.  You not only enjoy seeing them, you’re intrigued by how they have changed.

    Curb begins... read on

  • Curb Your Enthusiasm Review: November 8, 2009

    By  Eddy Friedfeld

    November 9, 2009 | 1:45 am

    This week’s entry of Curb is a weak entry at best.  When Susie finds a pair of panties in the glove compartment, the philandering Jeff scrambles.  “I told her that they were yours,” he tells Larry.  “That you like wearing women’s panties.”

    “Oy, Ve’is Meir,” Larry... read on

  • The Leo Frank case isn’t dead

    November 2, 2009 | 2:32 pm

    T.R. Knight

    From LATimes.com:

    On Aug. 17, 1915, Leo Frank, a Cornell-educated Jewish industrialist, was lynched just outside Atlanta. The atrocity marked the culmination of an ugly conflict that began with the 1913 murder of a child laborer named Mary Phagan, who... read on

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  • Curb Your Enthusiasm Review: November 1, 2009

    By  Eddy Friedfeld

    November 2, 2009 | 3:04 am

    This week’s relatively tame installment begins at the cemetery where Larry is at his mother’s grave with his father and cousin Andy (the great Shelley Berman and equally great Richard Kind).

    The tombstone reads “Past Away.”  “I know how to spell it-it’s $50 a letter- I... read on

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