Curb Your Enthusiasm/The Baptism

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The Baptism
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Season 2, Episode 9
Airdate November 18, 2001
Written by Larry David
Directed by Keith Truesdell
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The Baptism is the ninth episode of the second season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, and the nineteenth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Richard Lewis (Himself), Paul Dooley (Cheryl's Father), Mark Boone, Jr. (Homeless Person), Kenneth Beck (Passenger), Ed Burke (Man in Car), Christopher Darga (Man in Airport #1), William Fairchild (Minister), David Feldman (Angry Jew), Wendy Kamenoff (Ticket Attendant), Hiram Kasten (Jewish Man), Kevin Kendrick (Gentile Man), Joy Kilpatrick (Attendant), Sharon Nakadate (Passenger), Kaitlin Olson (Cheryl's Sister), Rick Overton (Angry Gentile), Julie Payne (Cheryl's Mother), Linda Ruffer (Jewish Woman), Jimmie F. Skaggs (Man in Airport #2), Antoinette Spolar (Larry's Receptionist), Mitchell Whitfield (Sister's Fiancé)


Plot Overview

Larry and Cheryl are invited to a wedding, where the groom is a Jewish man converting to Christianity. Along the way, Larry must deal with stolen answer machine messages, missing plane tickets, and a family brawl.


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The Show

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Memorable Moments