There are many memorable episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm. The one where Larry picks up a hooker so he can use the commuter lane to go see a baseball game at Dodger Stadium and then she gives him some marijuana for his father’s glaucoma? That’s a good one. Maybe my favorite, though, is “Krazee-Eyez Killa,” from Season 3, wherein Larry David advises a gangsta rapper on the finer points of personal expression.
LARRY: I like it. I got one, tiny, little comment.
KRAZEE: What? What, what?
LARRY: I would lose the “mothafucka” at the end. ‘Cause you already said “fuck” once. You don’t need two fucks. You already got the one fuck. I would change the “mothafucka” to “bitch”. Because the bitch…
KRAZEE: “…I’m coming for you bitch…”
LARRY: … Yes, because “bitch” is a word that you would use to somebody who you don’t really — who you disrespect. Right?
Curb Your Enthusiasm returns to HBO on September 25.
UPDATE: The Washington Post had an article on Sunday about the Baltimore Club sound (a.k.a. B-More), which mentions DJ Lowbudget’s “promotional B-More single based on sound clips from the HBO series ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm.’”