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Nick Kroll Delighted to be on ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

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The comedy show “Curb Your Enthusiasm” gives a peek in the life of the famous television writer, and producer in a vérité style. Based in Los Angeles, we can see Larry David getting in mess after mess. The regular cast who joins him in the show includes Cheryl Hines, Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, and Richard Lewis. Apart from these, a guest celebrity appears as well. On October 15, 2000, the first episode of the series aired. The show hasn’t lost its spark after all these years. Basically, because of the way it is shot. The cast is just given an outline of the scene without any script. Therefore, the result is spontaneous and hilarious content not to be seen anywhere else on TV.

Nick Kroll joins the cast

He is a 41-year-old American actor, comedian, writer, and producer. Famous work includes Big Mouth, Kroll Show, The League, and The Oh, Hello Show. He appeared as a guest in the 7th episode of season 10, “The Ugly Section”. On Twitter, Nick Kroll posted about his excitement to appear in the episode. Judging by it, we can see he is very happy to appear next to the star that is Larry David.

What happened in the episode?

Following a golf game with his pals, Larry sits at a dinner table with his pals Carl, Jeff, and Richard. Larry suspects that the seating plan has been decided on the basis of good-looking and ugly-looking folks. Following this realization, he loses it and the ever-smiling manager (Nick Kroll) approaches him. Larry is assured by the manager that he is wrong about the situation. Instead, Larry leaves for the bathroom where he gets the bathroom attendant fired. Additionally, Carl dies and his funeral is filled with funny bits. Moreover, Larry suspects his friend Richard to be hiding some golf tricks in his pocket.

Watch the trailer here.

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