"Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Complete Fourth Season" - Larry David lives a charmed life - an understanding wife, famous friends, a supportive manager and an angelic singing voice so how does he manage to screw up everything? See Larry buy medical marijuana, take a hooker to a baseball game, steal a golf club from a corpse, ruin Ben Stiller's birthday party, attempt to cash in on his tenth anniversary present with Gina Gershon and trip the light fantastic in "The Producers" with Mel Brooks and David Schwimmer. Episodes Included: Disc 1: "Mel's Offer" - Cheryl and Larry begin planning their tenth wedding anniversary. Cheryl wants to renew their vows; Larry has his own thoughts. At a Karaoke bar, Mel Brooks hears Larry's angelic singing voice and casts him in an unlikely role. "Ben's Birthday Party" - At rehearsal, Larry reconnects with Mike the blind guy, who has a "model" girlfriend ad a thriving cabaret career. Breast-obsessed Larry insults his friends and wreaks havoc at co-star Ben Stiller's birthday party. "The Blind Date" - Larry refuses to ride in the front seat of Ben's car, causing a huge fight. Charitable Larry gets Cheryl's car washed by a group of mentally challenged men and sets up blind Mike on a blind date. "The Weatherman" - Larry's dental hygienist tells everybody about his plaque problem. The weatherman foils Larry's golf plans and Larry foils the testimonial of Hodgkin's sufferer, Leo Funkhauser. "The 5 Wood" - David Schwimmer takes over Ben Stiller's role in "The Producers." Steve and the gay choreographer's doctor friend treats Larry for an unfortunate accident. Leo Funkhauser succumbs to the "good" Hodgkin's and Larry and Jeff fail to pay their respects. Disc 2: "The Car Pool Lane" - Larry and Jeff are desperate to go to the big game, but Larry has bigger problems to deal with, such as getting out of jury duty, finding a new country club and buying medical marijuana for glaucoma-suffering father. "The Surrogate" - Larry needs a clean bill of health for "The Producers," but some heart irregularities - and several racially compromising situations - could derail his burgeoning theater career. At a baby shower for the Dusenberrys, Larry talks to the surrogate. "Wandering Bear" - A risque video purchase and his insensitive attitude endanger Larry's rapport with his emotionally fragile assistant. On Jeff's recommendation, Larry tries a fancy new prophylactic with unexpected results. Don-lover Larry incurs the wrath of Susie, yet again. "The Survivor" - Repeated stains on his new suit draw Larry closer to his Hasidic drycleaner, so he just might collect on his anniversary present. Larry can't remember his musical lines or his vows, and the anniversary dinner is nearly ruined by "survivors." "Opening Night" - After renewing their vows, Larry flies to New York to star in "The Producers" on Broadway. Larry get the stink-eye from an over-zealous fan and tries to work things out with Schwimmer... hoping to salvage Mel Brooks' musical.
• Languages: English and French
• Subtitles: English, Spanish, French