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Has Larry David “Curbed” Cheryl Hines for Good?

HollywoodNews.com: Sunday night’s premiere of Larry David‘s “Curb Your Enthusiasm”–the eighth season premiere–was called “The Divorce.” In it, Larry and Cheryl finally signed their divorce papers. It would seem like Cheryl Hines‘ place in the comedy series has become a bit precarious. She is not in the three episodes that have been shown to the press. That leaves just six more. For those who were hoping that fictional Larry and Cheryl would reunite, it doesn’t seem likely. Real Larry David has based his divorce from Cheryl on his divorce from ex wife Laurie David. They’re certainly not getting back together. And fictional Larry doesn’t look too unhappy.

In a few episodes, the show shifts to New York, I’m told because Larry’s manager Jeff and his coarsely hilarious wife Susie must go there for business. Larry follows for no exact reason. Where does that leave Hines? One show insider told me at last week’s premiere not to count her out. “Cheryl is the only woman who really gets Larry,” the source said of the fictional characters.

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