It is the seventy-second episode overall. Larry David finds himself trying to get at the "chubby hubby" ice cream at the grocery store, but a woman is crying and being comforted by her friend, right in front of the ice cream section, so Larry can't get to the ice cream. He asks them to please move to the side, but they refuse, and eventually scold him. He tries to maneuver past them to get to his ice cream, only to accidentally knock down other containers of ice cram as well. Later, Larry is at a restaurant and a man leaves his laptop with him, but never returns. When Larry is in a hurry he leaves it with a black man, and tells him to hold it for the man who left it at the restaurant.
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Curb Your Enthusiasm at 20: The show that made a schmuck the hero
R arely has the Atlantic Ocean seemed so vast and uncrossable as during the original run of Seinfeld. The hit sitcom created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld was an inescapable cultural force for those in the States; it washed up on our shores as flotsam. The series — a sharp, snarky and infectiously observational sitcom about a stand-up comedian in New York Seinfeld and his three maladjusted friends — tapped the artery of the Nineties zeitgeist, spawned a hundred imitators and made a household name of its wisecracking star in the US. Its finale aired in to more than 75 million viewers — significantly more than the entire population of the UK.