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- Sep 20, 2006
- Hull, England
- Cactus and Panda Classic
You're kidding right?Then I don't think you understand the whole point of Curb. There is not supposed to be an arc or a storyline. It is supposed to be all over the place. Its supposed to just be about small everyday events. Look at the seasons that do have a story line such as last season and the one with the Mel Brooks play. They are the worst season of curb in my mind.
Curb Season 1 had no arc.
Curb Season 2 developing "Aren't you Evelyn"
Curb Season 3 starting restaurant.
Curb Season 4 the Producers.
Curb Season 5 Lewis needs a kidney
Curb Season 6 the Blacks and adoption.
Curb Season 7 Seinfeld
The reason I love this current season so much is Its more like old Curb. Just like how Top Gear went back to basics this past season, so is Curb. They are going back to the basic formula of what made it what it is. They are not trying to make it become something it is not. Last 2 seasons it was almost turning into a Drama like soap opera with the whole divorce thing. This is exactly the problem that has ruined many good shows for me and I am glad that Larry David realized this and fixed it before it completely ruined the show.
I'll come back to my first post in the thread.
The season 5 finale onwards (Shark jump, anyone?), everything felt different. I'm not saying it's all bad. But from then on, nothing was like it was pre-5 finale. Something changed, I don't know what it was.It better be better than season 6 and 7.
You go down the list of episodes and the amount that I want to watch from 6 and 7 are far less than previous seasons.