Larry David Apologizes for Assaulting Elmo on ‘Today’ Show Larry David Apologizes for Assaulting Elmo on ‘Today’ Show
Larry David has issued an apology for assaulting Elmo during an appearance on the ‘Today’ show.
Larry David Attacks Elmo on ‘Today’ Show
In a shocking turn of events, Larry David attacked Elmo on live television during an appearance on the ‘Today’ show on Thursday.
David, who was on the show to promote the final season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” walked onto the set and began choking Elmo.
The hosts of the show, Hoda Kotb, Savannah Guthrie, and Craig Melvin, were stunned by the attack. Guthrie told David that he had gone too far, and Roker said he wasn’t surprised by David’s actions.
Larry David Apologizes to Elmo
After the attack, David apologized to Elmo and the hosts of the ‘Today’ show.
“I’m really sorry,” David said. “I don’t know what came over me. I just saw Elmo and I snapped.”
Elmo accepted David’s apology, and the two of them hugged it out.
Larry David’s Actions Condemned
David’s actions have been widely condemned by fans and critics alike.
Many people have called for David to be fired from “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Others have said that David should be banned from appearing on television ever again.
Larry David’s Explanation
David has since explained his actions, saying that he was simply trying to be funny.
“I thought it would be funny to attack Elmo,” David said. “I didn’t mean to hurt him. I just wanted to make people laugh.”
David’s explanation has not been well-received by the public. Many people believe that David is simply trying to excuse his bad behavior.
The Future of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”
The future of “Curb Your Enthusiasm“ is now in jeopardy.
HBO has not yet announced whether or not the show will be renewed for a 13th season.
If “Curb Your Enthusiasm“ is canceled, it will be a major blow to David’s career.
Larry David‘s attack on Elmo is a major scandal.
It is unclear what the long-term consequences of this incident will be, but it is clear that David’s career has been damaged.