‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ is one of the more recent sitcoms that fits the mold of “shows about nothing” perfectly without feeling dated. This is not a coincidence. The HBO comedy series is created by Larry David who is responsible for co-creating ‘Seinfeld,’ the series that popularised “shows about nothing.”
‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ follows Larry David as a fictionalized and exaggerated version of himself. The show chronicles the routine events in Larry’s day as he regularly gets into sticky situations due to his outspoken and critical nature.
Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 Episode 5 Release Date: When Does it Premiere?
The fifth episode of the tenth season of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ is scheduled to premiere on February 16, 2020 at 10 30/9 30c on HBO. The episode is titled ‘Insufficient Praise’ and returns one week after the fourth episode of the season was aired a week ago. The show follows a weekly format with a new episode slated to premiere each Sunday.
You can watch the promo for the fifth episode below:
Where to Watch Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 Episode 5 Online?
You can watch the fifth episode of the tenth season of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ by tuning into HBO on the timeslot given above. Moreover, the episode can also be watched on the HBO website either by a subscription for HBO NOW or HBO GO. For those who have a cable subscription with an HBO package, HBO GO is a service that allows you to stream HBO shows online with your cable provider’s login for free. You can also access HBO GO through their mobile app. Moreover, HBO Now is a paid subscription that allows you to watch HBO shows online in case you don’t have a cable subscription. HBO NOW can also be accessed through a mobile app.
Furthermore, HBO shows can also be watched live via Amazon Prime or Hulu by subscribing to their HBO package at $14.99 per month. Furthermore, the episode can also be streamed online with a subscription for Direct TV.
Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 Episode 4 Recap:
The fourth episode of the tenth season of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ sees Larry go to a destination wedding. Acting in accordance with his characteristic quirk, Larry obviously has some problems with the wedding and voices his displeasure openly, much to the chagrin of others.
For instance, he discusses divorced couples. He tells people that inviting divorced couples to the same wedding should be avoided at all costs. The wedding guests are obviously not happy with his comments. However, Larry being Larry does not stop. He tells them that they ought to pick a side so that people do not end up having to go through awkward run-ins at an event that celebrates two people being bonded for a lifetime of partnership.
Moreover, he even brings an impromptu date to the wedding. Obviously, that ends up in several hilarious situations.