Curb Your Enthusiasm
fans, I have good news and bad news for you. While at the Wall-E junket, Jeff Garlin said that he thinks Curb will return for another season, but don’t hold your breath: “The earliest we would be on the air would be a year from now, and I’m guessing a year from this fall.”

The actor, who plays the main human role in Wall-E, figures that if Larry David decides to come back for another season (and Garlin’s sense is that he will), they won’t be getting in front of the camera until the end of 2008 at the earliest. And even when they come back, Garlin has no idea how Jeff will help Larry deal with his divorce.

“Let me just tell you what Curb Your Enthusiasm is like for me and
Larry. We do all first drafts – there’s no rewriting, it’s all first
drafts. When we get to the set, let’s say it’s a scene where Larry and
I are driving somewhere, talking about something. They’ll say ‘Speed,’
meaning the sound and cameras are ready to go, and I’ll turn to Larry
and say, ‘What’s this scene about?’ He’ll say ‘I don’t remember.’ We’ll
call over the AD, who has a small version of the script, and we’ll look
at it and say ‘Oh, okay.’ So I won’t know until I’m filming that day. I
mean, I read the outlines in advance, but I forget them by the time we
go into production.”