At the premiere of a movie written by a family friend, Larry manages to offend both the friend and a local Jewish neighbor. A poor decision at Halloween leads to messy situation at the Davids', but when he sees two situations intertwine, he is able to exact sweet revenge, getting double use from a gift originally used for Cheryl.
Episode Viewers and Ratings
Season 2 Episode 3 of Curb Your Enthusiasm resulted in a 0.00 rating in the 18-49 demographic.
Each half-hour episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm features verite-style footage of David (playing himself) at home, at work and around town, as he gets into predicaments with fictional and real-life personalities. With cast regulars Jeff Garlin and Cheryl Hines reprising their roles, the series features appearances by guest celebrities playing themselves or character roles.
The series blurs the lines between reality and fiction, as David (playing himself) and a cast of real and fictional characters are followed around Los Angeles by a ubiquitous camera that chronicles the private, often banal world of a (relatively) public man.
Having evolved from the 1999 HBO special Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm, this series proves how seemingly trivial details of one's day-to-day life-a trip to the movies, a phone call, a visit from some trick-or-treaters-can precipitate a "Murphy's Law" chain of misfortune to hilarious effect. Like George Costanza in Seinfeld, the protagonist of Curb Your Enthusiasm has a knack for getting himself into uncomfortable situations that end up alienating him from peers and acquaintances.
To keep the narrative fresh and spontaneous, Curb Your Enthusiasm is shot without a script; the cast is given scene outlines and often improvise lines as they go. The result is an unpredictable format that's unlike anything else on TV.
Curb Your Enthusiasm - Trick or Treat Synopsis and Schedule