NEW YORK - JULY 02:  Larry David on location for "Curb Your Enthusiasm" on the streets of Manhattan on July 2, 2010 in New York City.  (Photo by Bobby Bank/WireImage)
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Every Season Of Curb Your Enthusiasm Ranked Worst To Best
11. Season 1
Despite the overall high quality of Season 1, there are some rough patches that demonstrate that the series' creators were still trying to figure out its voice. Episodes like "AAMCO" and "Ted and Mary" stretch some jokes a little too far and feature subplots that don't go anywhere; still, there are more home runs than strikeouts.
10. Season 11
Season 11 isn't without some truly laugh-out-loud episodes, such as "The Watermelon," but unfortunately, much of the rest of the season is just fine. Of course, an episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" that's just fine is great for many other comedy shows, but it doesn't stop this season from feeling a bit lazy.
9. Season 2
The sophomore season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" is a definite improvement over its freshman season, but it's still smoothing out some bumps. "The Doll" and "Trick or Treat" aren't only the two standout episodes of Season 2, but they rank among the best episodes of the series.
8. Season 5
Season 5 mostly continues the upward trend in the quality of "Curb Your Enthusiasm"; still, the first half is stronger than its second half. There's a pretty solid overarching plot that revolves around Larry's buddy, Richard Lewis, needing a new kidney, which prompts Larry to go on a series of well-intentioned yet clumsy attempts to help his friend.
7. Season 3
By Season 3, the creators had largely worked out the kinks, marking the beginning of a (mostly) upward trend in quality. "Krazee-Eyez Killa" is one of the best episodes of "Curb," and the season ends on a high note with "The Grand Opening," which resolves the overarching plot of Larry opening a restaurant with actors Ted Danson and Michael York.