Larry David Shoots Death Scene To Curb Your Enthusiasm, Just In Case

many people know how larry davidlong running curb Your Enthusiasm Shot: The cleverly outlined plot beats have been teased over a season, but its individual scenes open up to its next level of free-wheeling improvisation by its superb cast. a new interview with Hollywood ReporterHowever, it does show how the production was heavily crafted during the shooting of the 11th season.

Producers explaining how the team goes each season, thinking it might be the last (and, with some long hiatus in the show’s 22 years, you can see why) Jeff Schaefer Make sure they have something in the can if this was really going to be the end. In short: He killed Larry David.

“If we go like this, that’s how we go!” Schaefer told the crew before shooting the scene of David’s death.

The moment — which, if we’re lucky, will someday be worked into a dream sequence or something — involves David ironically drowning in a swimming pool. The arc of the show’s 11th season, currently up for four Emmys, began with a thief drowning in Larry’s pool because he didn’t have a proper fence.

To be thief’s brother (Marks Ray) Then blackmails David, citing his up-to-code pool, and demands that he cast his overly talented daughter (Keela Monterosso Mejia) in his new show. While this is going on, David romances a local councillor, played by Tracy Ullman, in hopes of reversing the local measure. Naturally, all plans go awry.

As production planned to kill Larry David, it seems. The HBO series was confirmed for a 12th season in April. Whether or not each season lasts, it seems, the will of its creator, and how Larry David compares what we see on screen to real life, is a question historians will ponder for decades to come. but as JB Smooth Told Diversity At that point, “the more the world changes, the more toys” [Larry] have to play along. He’s upbeat right now – his energy is great.”


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