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They most definitely should not be the first questions you ask when meeting someone with a disability.Larry embraces the upside of disability when he courts a handicap woman to take to a recital at a friend's house, but she doesn't return the favor when Suzie throws Larry's cell phone in the ocean and Larry loses her number in the process.We are now in season 7 of Curb, and the big talk about this season is the Seinfeld reunion. Culturally insensitive terms such as “handicapped,” “retarded” and “slow” used to refer to people with disabilities, or “compliments” such as “but you look so good,” directed at people whose disabilities aren’t obvious.“These terms are unacceptable because they are linked to a history that the general public isn’t aware of,” says Nancy Starnes, vice president and chief of staff for the National Organization on Disability (NOD).For more than twenty years, Louise worked in the medical field going above and beyond her duties to help patients who were disabled or handicapped in any way.

Then in her thirties, she discovered for herself the realities of life when you can no longer care for yourself.

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Meanwhile Larry gets into a fight with Rosie O' Donnell over who pays the bill, and the news of Larry getting beat up gets out to Ted Dansen.

Larry ends up losing Denise's number after Susie throws his Blackberry phone in the ocean, and he meets another handicapped woman Wendy, and assumes the perks from her.

Chaos and hilarity ensues when Larry goes to the concert/party with Wendy. The final scene at the private concert in the episode is just as uncomfortable and hilarious as any other scene from Curb.