Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 4 (2004)



Critic Consensus: In addition to the impressively improvised dialogue, Curb's fourth season offers new scenarios in which Larry is still able to offend anyone and everyone.


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Air date: Jan 4, 2004
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Larry David's post-"Seinfeld" career continues apace with the fourth season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm", which finds David playing a fictionalized version of himself as he attempts to undertake various creative projects, while frequently landing in hugely entertaining trouble wherever he turns. Further adventures see our hapless hero attempting to buy medicinal marijuana and attending Ben Stiller's birthday, while his long-suffering wife Cheryl Hines and manager Jeff Garlin reach new levels of exasperation at David's behavior. This Season is tied together by a long-running plot which sees David preparing for a role in a Broadway production of The Producers, with the final episode shot on opening-night in New York City.


Larry David
as Larry David
Cheryl Hines
as Cheryl David
Jeff Garlin
as Jeff Greene
Mel Brooks
as Himself
Jack Heller
as Irving Schwimmer
Susie Essman
as Susie Greene
Bob Einstein
as Marty Funkhouser
Richard Lewis
as Richard Lewis
Philip Baker Hall
as Dr. Morrison
Thomas Jones
as Valet Offendee
Ashly Holloway
as Sammie Greene
Moon Zappa
as Haboos
Saul Rubinek
as Dr. Saul Funkhouser
Gary Kroeger
as The Weatherman
Lela Lee
as Bobbi
as Nurse
Erica-Madri Alexander
as Car Alarm Guy
Ryan Yu
as Paramedic #2
Paul Dooley
as Cheryl's Dad
Dalton Brooks
as Kid at Party #3
Alexandra Korhan
as Kid at Party #2
Ken Howard
as WASPy interviewer #1
Frank John Hughes
as Angry Driver
Murray Rubin
as Elderly Man
Mark Griffin
as Paramedic #1
Julie Payne
as Cheryl's Mom
Patrick Bristow
as Steve/Choreographer
Jeffrey Dean Rosenthal
as Writer from 'Party of Five'
as Oscar the Dog
Teresa DePriest
as Single Woman
Andrea Piedmonte
as Restaurant Waiter
DeWayne Warren
as Kid at Party #1
James B. Sikking
as WASPy interviewer #2
Jorge Garcia
as Drug Dealer
Jane Piper
as Receptionist
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Critic Reviews for Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 4

All Critics (13) | Top Critics (6)

While it is impossible for "Curb" to recapture the freshness of its debut season, the show is still going strong and each episode contains several water-cooler moments.

Jun 13, 2018 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Some of the gags in Season Four push the show over the edge into knock-about silliness...but its many resonant moments come from watching David do exactly what he shouldn't, and remaining steadfast in the conviction that he did nothing wrong.

Jun 12, 2018 | Full Review…

The would-be costars [of David and Stiller] reach such heights of comic incompatibility that I can forgive the show for a couple of ill-advised scenes that use mental retardation as gag material.

Jun 12, 2018 | Full Review…

The entire season 4...was superb - and delivered a surprise ending that was even more brilliant because it was so cleverly disguised.

Jun 12, 2018 | Full Review…

Larry unparalleled in this country at making daring comedy squeamishly funny.

Jun 12, 2018 | Full Review…

Their marriage is the underpinning that holds the whole show together, but this season's subplot, in which Cheryl gave Larry permission to have a fling, never rang true, and it was milked to death.

Jun 11, 2018 | Full Review…

Although not all are five-star shows, there are none that fall completely flat, and every episode is good for at least some laughs.

Jun 8, 2018 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

Larry David continues to push his semi-fictional character into the bowels of self-indulgence, but just when you think he's gone too deep, something reels him back in and Curb... retains its place as the funniest of the funny on television today.

Jul 16, 2014 | Full Review…
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It takes at least two episodes for Mr. David's television persona to regain some degree of cozy familiarity. And that discomfort is one of the things that make Curb Your Enthusiasm so unusual and so funny.

Jul 16, 2014 | Full Review…

One of the joys of Curb Your Enthusiasm is the way each episode finishes in a collision of subplots.

Jul 16, 2014 | Full Review…

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