One of the best things about Curb Your Enthusiasm is Larry's unflinching readiness to tell almost anyone that he has a problem with what they're doing, even if that only makes matters much worse. When Leon Black is introduced in season 6, this problem of Larry's only intensifies since his new friend is more than willing to be blunt, and if Larry isn't, he'll help. There's also the fact that George in Seinfeld was a self-insert for Larry David when writing, so if George is your favorite character and you haven't yet checked out Curb Your Enthusiasm, you should.
The title of the show itself refers to two ideas. One of these ideas is that Larry David thinks that people are usually pushing this false enthusiasm about what's going on in their personal lives or what's going on in the personal lives of others, which absolutely doesn't jive with his cold and grounded demeanor. There's also the fact that he absolutely can't stand small-talk. The title also refers to the audience, telling them \"Hey, listen! I know I wrote for Seinfeld, but don't get your hopes up, okay? Sorry if you're disappointed.\"