Curb Your Enthusiasm is a show I have a lot of love for.
I can't entirely recall when I first got into the HBO show, but I started picking up the DVDs around the time of season three or four I think. The fact I'm even talking about DVDs at all should give you a good idea of how long ago we're talking about here.
Anyway, the show, fronted by the now 76 year old Larry David, is finally coming to an end after a two decade plus run.
As with any show, some seasons are better than others, and Curb is no different — but on the whole its presence has been an occasional fun distraction and something of an indulgence to the question of "what if I said what I was really thinking here?".
With the show wrapping up, two of the stars have come together for the inevitable tie-in podcast. Jeff Garlin and Susie Essman are running through the 120 episodes of the 12 seasons. I've just got done listening to the first, and it's looking like it's going to be a treat for any die-hard fan.
I dig it. Here's hoping the new season is pretty, pretty good.