Nor will I ever for Larry David and the next 10 epsiodes (yes, my friends, only 10 this season which upsets me) of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Talk about taking it to the next level. I have to admit that my jaw dropped when, after the show (which I watched on Monday night on one of the 235 HBO channels I have due to the Emmys) I sat back and really thought about all those "Oh no you didn't" moments sprinkled throughout the show.
I've decided to compile a list of topics that I will discuss with friends, neighbors and countrymen, if they will lend me their ears:
- Is there ever a right time to break up with someone who is sick? Mentally sick, yes, that should be asap. But I'm asking about those physically sick.
- Proper household temperatures for white people vs. black people. Maybe Jimmy Carter can weigh in on this one. Sharpton? I'll take Rush Limbaugh for $300 Alex.
- Is a fish a pet? I have one and pay it no mind. I also have a bird. None can be hugged, squeezed and neither are named George. Hugo the Abominable Snowman)
- Are apricots too small to be counted as the recommended daily allowance of fruit?
- Who's coming to your dinner party? What's in your refrigerator? What's in your wallet?
- Should you tell someone who's gay that they don't look gay? Do people really look gay?
- Is it bad to use someone else's name to get a dinner reservation?
And poor Bam Bam- I can name at least 20 people on my Facebook friend list who have had sex with a mental patient. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Truthfully, all I really care about is the Seinfeld reunion. I liked that Larry bumped into Cheryl. I liked that Cheryl missed only the Larry that was running Seinfeld. I sort of miss that Larry too, but I think I like this Larry better.