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In his life, Larry David has neither taken a photo nor put money in a jukebox.

Larry David took piano lessons for two years at three different stages: as a young child, a twenty-something and a few years ago, the latter of which he forgot until Jeff Garlin reminded him.

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Larry David has figured out how to be Superman. Well, kind of.
In the new issue of Rolling Stone, David says his character on Curb Your Enthusiasm (whose new season starts up again this Sunday on HBO) is “[his] version of Superman. The character is really me, but I just couldn’t possibly behave like that. If I had my druthers, that would be me all the time, but you can’t do that.”
Other highlights from the story include tidbits about how he isn’t finished with stand-up, is never getting married again and believes women wouldn’t approach him if he wasn’t Larry David. Plus, check out some colorful interviews with the cast, including JB Smoove, Richard Lewis and Susie Essman, as well as one with the show’s writers.
And if that’s not enough? Enjoy The Curb Effect, a close examination of how Larry David’s work has influenced and changed comedy forever. All of this and more over on RollingStone.com.

The dog without the bag - it’s incomplete!

rollingstone:

Larry David has figured out how to be Superman. Well, kind of.

In the new issue of Rolling Stone, David says his character on Curb Your Enthusiasm (whose new season starts up again this Sunday on HBO) is “[his] version of Superman. The character is really me, but I just couldn’t possibly behave like that. If I had my druthers, that would be me all the time, but you can’t do that.”

Other highlights from the story include tidbits about how he isn’t finished with stand-up, is never getting married again and believes women wouldn’t approach him if he wasn’t Larry David. Plus, check out some colorful interviews with the cast, including JB Smoove, Richard Lewis and Susie Essman, as well as one with the show’s writers.

And if that’s not enough? Enjoy The Curb Effect, a close examination of how Larry David’s work has influenced and changed comedy forever. All of this and more over on RollingStone.com.

The dog without the bag - it’s incomplete!