Dishing on an episode in which he appears as a guest star, Fox says, 'He [Larry David]'s complaining because I'm shuffling and making noise upstairs. It's very funny.'
HBO has debuted a promo for season 8 of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" which will start airing this summer. The trailer offers a glimpse of guest star appearances by Michael J. Fox, "Mad Men" star Rich Sommer and Paul F. Tompkins among others.
Larry David returns with more socially incorrect behavior in the upcoming season. In the preview released via TV Squad, he is seen getting annoyed by a dinner invitation as well as people who are stealing cabs, parking outside the lines and not picking up after their dogs.
Meanwhile, Fox who plays himself in episode 10 will annoy David for shuffling and making noise. "Larry moves to New York and takes the apartment below ours," said "The Good Wife" actor. His real-life battle with Parkinson's Disease will be used as a comedic plot device on the show.
Fox revealed that Larry believes that Fox is "being symptomatic just to annoy him - a whole passive-aggressive thing." He went on gushing, "I heard wonderful things about that [episode] when I was doing mine. They said it was really nutty."
The new season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" will premiere Sunday, July 10 at 10 P.M. ET.