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Larry David’s Daughter Created A Millennial ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

Can a person “win” a breakup? This is the question posed by Cazzie David (daughter of Larry) in her brand new web series, “Eighty-Sixed.” The first four episodes, co-written and directed by 23-year-old David, range from four to eight minutes, and have all been dropped on Youtube in the last two days.

In them, we watch David as the endearingly grumpy (sound familiar?) Remi, getting through her breakup by complaining about ice cream cones, refusing to mingle at parties, and provoking her neighbors out of principal (seriously, does it sound familiar?)

If you’ve ever prayed for a hotter, younger, female-r Larry David, you may be getting your wish. Just be prepared for a lot more mason jars, ‘Infinite Jest’ and oversized glasses than could be found on HBO in the early 2000s.

Catch the first episode here:

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