Dan Abrams Appears on Finale of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

Dan Abrams appears in the series finale of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' and shares the verdict of Larry David's fictional trial on NewsNation.Dan Abrams made a cameo in the series finale of Curb Your Enthusiasm on Sunday, April 7, playing himself alongside MSNBC’s Chris Hayes.

In the episode, Abrams appears on a TV screen and gives a “NewsNation Special Report” on “Day One” of Larry David’s fictional trial for defying a Georgia voting law.

“It is Day One of the trial of Larry David, the Seinfeld co-creator who’s run afoul of the new Georgia voting law that he views as partisan, draconian, and unconstitutional,” Abrams said. “How this plays out could have major ramifications for the next election.”

Another clip begins with Hayes explaining, “Today, Larry David will take the stand, and he will get a chance to explain his motivations on election day — ”

It cuts to Abrams who finishes this train of thought: “And defend himself against the accusations hurled at him by yesterday’s witnesses.”

For his last clip in the show’s final episode, Abrams announces, “The jury has reached a verdict in the trial of the People of the State of Georgia vs. Larry David.”

The fictional David was convicted and, with the help of Jerry Seinfeld, subsequently released from jail on a technicality.

You can stream the series finale on Max and read more about Abrams’ cameo here.