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But the coup de grâce of Victor freaking out amid a Revolutionary War reenactment is hard to watch, and a related story line concerning Larry’s beef with a country-club security man (hello, ’s “The Wig Master”) believes him to fancy the same sex, and a couple of WASP-y country club emissaries almost buy that he’s of shared stock.
New castmate David Schwimmer pretty much has Larry pegged once he gripes about the raisin-cashew balance in the Schwimmer family snack-food line.
It’s amazing anyone at the funeral for Leo Funkhouser was taken aback that Larry would literally steal a prized golf club from the deceased’s cold hands — an act of thievery up there with moving his mother’s body in season three’s “The Special Section” — but “Wood” really gets its name from another standout moment: Larry running out of a bathroom with pants around his ankles, screaming, “The dog bit my penis! The irony in Larry David doubting anyone else’s dignity is that he has no honor whatsoever.
Not that he censors himself from betraying skepticism that Japanese art dealer Yoshi’s father was an actual kamikaze pilot (on account of him, in line with a constant, surviving).
Initially turned on by Larry’s boldness in the face of fatwa condemnation, she eventually realizes what everyone already knows: A relationship with L. is all good until you fail to enable his most adolescent schemes, like worming his way out of trouble with a policeman (Damon Wayans) after inadvertently vandalizing his car.
We never do discover the titular disturbance, though listening to Salman Rushdie prattle on about “fatwa sex” is unsettling enough.
Larry buying Viagra from an elderly man in the park (David Canary of fame) is a tad silly, but works as a New York bookend to his clumsy L. pot buy in season four’s “The Carpool Lane.” It’s really Leon, kicking back and eating Champagne-filled croissants, who can once more consider himself the winner.
More than most, season nine plays the long game, and the semantics over when it’s necessary to thank a veteran for their service comes full circle in the finale.
“Chet’s Shirt” can be tough to watch, since Larry is objectively in the wrong or inappropriate in every setup, e.g.tossing apple cores in strangers’ garbage cans, hectoring a grieving widow (Caroline Aaron), and fetishizing her late husband’s wardrobe.Though perhaps that’s why when Larry gets his teeth knocked out by a piñata bat (score one for his most terrorized demo, children), it’s poetically just.(John Mc Enroe, meanwhile, plays exactly to his reputation as Larry’s first limo passenger when he takes up Charlie’s shift, but, yeah, long story.) Also, Huss gets one of the season’s best zingers, locking eyes with Ted after drunkenly destroying his property and announcing, “Happy birthday, Becker.” If you ever wanted to see and hear Larry David moan in ecstasy, here’s your chance.Larry is so preoccupied with nearly reaching completion when a masseuse goes in for the big finish, he blows yet another big network meeting with Julia Louis-Dreyfus.