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How Larry David Earned Your Enthusiasm

From stand-up and 'Seinfeld' to 'Whatever Works,' how David has become one of the most successful names in comedy

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'The Marriage Ref' (2010)

Fresh off a reunion with the whole Seinfeld cast on Curb Your Enthusiasm the previous year, Larry David continued to feed the public’s thirst to see him and Jerry Seinfeld back together by appearing on the latter’s new network show. The Marriage Ref is one of those high-rated nonscripted series that, paradoxically, nobody seems to watch. On a panel that also includes Madonna and Ricky Gervais, Larry David appears to sense this lack of viewership and proceeds to simply cut loose until the show’s over.

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