Hawk dressed in khaki pants, a blue collared shirt and sports jacket, and completed the iconic look with a wig/bald cap that mimics the comic's hairline
The first ever pre-recorded episode of the NBC show kicked off with Hanks, who has recovered from COVID-19, joking that he felt more like America's Dad than ever before.
The comedian and Bernie Sanders doppelgänger said that the Vermont senator "should drop out" of the 2020 presidential race, telling a New York Times columnist over the weekend that "everybody" should support former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign.
President Donald Trump tweeted a clip of the episode in which David uses a MAGA hat to ward off an angry biker, with the caption "Tough guys for Trump."
"Curb Your Enthusiasm" Season 10 has done it again, with another roster of A-list guest stars including Jon Hamm, Clive Owen and Mila Kunis.
David also poked fun at several of the president's comments, including one he reportedly made about immigration during a closed-door meeting.
"Curb Your Enthusiasm" is back for Season 10 with a new group of celebrity cast members and plenty more cringe-worthy plots for Larry David.
An unknown comedy writer just penned a horrifyingly funny "Seinfeld" script revolving around 9/11.
Prince William's appearance on the cover of a gay lifestyle magazine is among the things we loved in Culture this week.
Larry David: "In the immortal words of Julius Caesar, 'I left, I did nothing, I returned.'"
On a pitch-perfect sketch of the Brooklyn Democratic debate, Clinton and Sanders battled it out and took questions from "Seinfeld's" Elaine.
The Democratic presidential candidate takes on a famous impersonator, Larry David.
Donald Trump hosted "Saturday Night Live" for the second time, but there weren't many laughs.
Larry David as Bernie Sanders, Tina Fey as Sarah Palin: Does this influence public opinion?
The streaming service won a bidding war for the show, the first time it's on-demand.
The writer and actor's play is breaking Broadway ticket sales records before even opening.
'Seinfeld' creator will write and star in a dark comedy, hoping to become master of yet another domain