The overall plot line of season three of Curb Your Enthusiasm centered around Larry and Jeff investing in a swank new restaurant with Ted Danson and Michael York.
But, of course anything involving Larry David couldn't go off without a hitch without plenty of neurosis leading to some ridiculius situations.
Along the way to the opening there were terrorist threats, nannies fired, manger scenes destroyed, and, of course, unburrying and the moving of his mother's remains. Only on Curb.
Now your chance to relive the ridiculousness with our collection of season three quotes. We've gone ahead and picked our favorites Curb Your Enthusiasm quotes below:
Cheryl: I thought you didn't like talking to people.
Larry: I don't like talking to people I know. Strangers, I don't have a problem with. | permalink
Larry: You gotta get a shot of Benadryl while she's sleeping, or shove it down her throat.
Richard Lewis: Like a hitman? A Benedryl hitman? | permalink
Jeff: You weigh like 8 pounds. What do you know about food? | permalink
Larry: Going to his pool party?
Jeff: Yeah I am. Yeah I am.
Larry: Wearing a bathing suit? Going swimming?
Jeff: Speedo! | permalink
Andy: You missed a good one. This was a really nice...
Larry: I'm sorry I missed it. Perhaps had I been notified, I may have been able to attend my mother's funeral. | permalink
Jeff: You really love that dog.
Larry: It's nice to be affectionate to something German. You don't get the opportunity that often, you know. | permalink
Cheryl: You're that scared of Krazee-Eyez that you'd flee the country?
Larry: Yes, I am! I want to live. I want to have both legs. I want to have my penis and my testicles intact. | permalink
Waiter: Do you want your first tip back?
Larry: I'd like my second tip back. | permalink
Becky: You ate the baby Jesus and his mother Mary.
Larry: I thought they were animal cookies.
Becky: Jesus Christ is not an animal!
Larry: I thought he was a monkey. | permalink
Larry: You know how bookstores make you feel stupid?
Larry: Well health food stores make me feel really unhealthy. | permalink
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