Larry (Larry David) meets Jeff (Jeff Garlin) at the Hilton, where Jeff explains that he and his wife, Susie (Susie Essman), have separated. Jeff is worried about a possible divorce, because he doesn't want Susie to reveal personal information about his sexual proclivities. "That's why I've never done anything remotely kinky," says Larry, explaining why he never tells Cheryl (Cheryl Hines) anything. "If we got divorced tomorrow, there's nothing she could say." Larry agrees to go to Jeff's house and get some of his things from Susie. Later that day, Cheryl is complaining to Larry about AAA's politics, and Larry is strangely quiet. He gets extremely defensive when Cheryl suggests he might be thinking about sex. Larry arranges a meeting with Jason Alexander to discuss their sitcom idea, but he's annoyed that he has to travel to Jason's office. "Nobody's ever coming to me," he complains to Cheryl. On the way to meet Jason, he sees Wanda (Wanda Sykes) out exercising, and calls out, "Hey, I'd know that tush anywhere!" as he drives by. Seeing three kids making faces at him from the backseat of a station wagon, Larry goofs around with them, making a gun with his fingers and shooting at them. Suddenly, the station wagon stops, and the driver (Deron Michael McBee), a huge man with long blond hair, gets out and comes to Larry's window. "I've got three kids in there scared half to death because some bald turd is shooting at them," the man hollers. A frightened Larry apologizes, and after walking behind Larry's car, the man drives off. Larry soon realizes that he has a flat tire. Calling AAA, he's dismayed to learn that Cheryl has canceled their membership. Faced with changing the tire himself, Larry is reduced to begging passersby for their assistance.
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