Curb Your Enthusiasm

Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000)

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Continuity mistake: Season 5, episode 2, "the bowtie"In the scene where Larry is at Omar Jones' private investigation office for the last time, Jones has a thick amount of hair. In what is supposed to be moments later, when they meet outside, Jones' hair is much shorter.

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Continuity mistake: In the 6th season episode, "The Freak Book", when Larry first gives John McEnroe the book, it's a hard cover book with a dust jacket. At the end of the episode when Larry and John get kicked out of the Staple's Center, the book has changed to softcover.

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Continuity mistake: Season 5, episode 1, "The Larry David Sandwich." After Larry's near-death experience, he's at a party talking to Jeff and drinking from a very small cup. At first Larry's fingers are in the handle, but when he actually starts complaining about how small the handle is his entire hand is cupped around the cup.

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In season 4, episode 5, Marty Funkhouser is speaking at his father's testimonial. During his speech, he says that his mother died 10 years ago. However this episode is based around Funkhouser's mother's sudden death despite the fact that Marty previously claimed that she died more than 10 years earlier.

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In Season 8 - Ep 8, Larry and Jeff decide to invest in an inventor who has created a car periscope. Larry David actually introduced this idea 15 years ago in an episode of Seinfeld - "The Invitations".

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