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Cheryl Hines will be back for the last 4 “Curb”-isodes I just went through the first six episodes of HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and realized something: Cheryl, Larry’s now ex wife, has only been in Episode 1, “The Divorce.” (This one involves girl scout cookies, among other things, hilariously.) I miss her! Luckily, Cheryl Hines aka Cheryl David is back tonight and for episodes 7 through 10. It’s just in the nick of time. While number 3, “Palestinian Chicken,” was beyond sublime, and another segment in which Larry gets into a tussle with neighbors who are women in a safe house was A plus, the season has been a little uneven.

There have been great moments–I loved his accidental hero act on the plane to New York, for example. And Michael McKean is terrific as the director who winds up forcing Larry to go to New York for three months–Larry is avoiding doing a charity gig for him. J.B. Smoove is a welcome respite to all of Larry, Jeff and Susie’s mishegos. I can’t wait for him to come to New York and meet the triumphantly returning Wanda Sykes. And tonight, Larry is in the middle of a lesbian couple–Rosie O’Donnell, and Amy Landecker from “A Serious Man.” According to the, Jeff Garlin and Susie Essman don’t seem to be featured so much after getting a lot of attention in 1 through 6. But Cheryl’s back, and we’ll take her. It’s time.

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