“When I'm improvising for Curb, I know these characters, I know these people, and I know this world, so it’s easy,” she continues. “What’s really fun about this new season is that if you’ve watched all the seasons, you really know how loaded everything is when somebody says something to somebody else. If you see Larry get into some situation, or you know that one guy already hates another guy and they walk into a room together, it’s really fun and very loaded and very layered.”
It can also be a very funny experience on set, with unexpected moments leading to outbursts of laughter. Hines remembers one moment in particular, shooting season three’s “The Nanny From Hell,” in which Cheri Oteri guest-starred.