Curb Your Enthusiasm

The Accidental Text on Purpose - S9-E6

Factual error: Even though the exterior establishing shot suggests (and Funkhouser later mentions) that Larry's incident with the "spritzer" happened at Neiman Marcus, the scene was actually filmed inside the Saks Fifth Avenue just a couple blocks away. This is evidenced by a couple things: The gold-framed doors and gold stair railings are architectural features of the Beverly Hills Saks. Also, the sign on the display table (with the soaps and lotions) has the bolder font that Saks uses on it's in-store display signage that's similar to Gotham. Neiman Marcus uses a lighter-weighted font that's similar to Futura on their in-store display signage.

Side Sitting - S10-E2

Factual error: Larry is having a MRI and he is completely clothed with his shoes still on but he took his glasses off. When doing a MRI the patient has to has to wear gown. (00:05:00)


The Ida Funkhouser Roadside Memorial - S6-E3

Continuity mistake: In season 4, episode 5, Marty Funkhouser is speaking at his father's testimonial. During his speech, he says that his mother died 10 years ago. However this episode is based around Funkhouser's mother's sudden death despite the fact that Marty previously claimed that she died more than 10 years earlier.

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Trivia: The AAMCO Guy, played by Mike Hagerty, asks Larry David if he gets paid when "Seinfeld" reruns are aired. Mike Hagerty was in an episode of "Seinfeld." He played Rudy, the guy that buys clothes from George and was going to buy the raincoats from Kramer and Morty Seinfeld.


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The Smoking Jacket - S5-E6

Question: When Larry David goes to the Playboy mansion, everyone screams and runs away from him. Was there something I missed, like an inside joke or comment from an earlier show, to explain why? Or was something revealed later? Or is it just another case of strangers reacting oddly around Larry?


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