“Comedian Larry David is under attack from critics who say he pushed the mocking of religion and Christian belief in miracles over the edge in the latest episode of his HBO series “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” which the cable network defended as ‘playful.’ On the show’s most recent instalment, which aired Sunday, David urinates on a painting of Jesus Christ, causing a woman to believe the painting depicts Jesus crying. Deal Hudson, author and publisher of InsideCatholic.com, said he doesn’t find any humor in the episode. ‘I don’t think it’s funny,’ Hudson told Foxnews.com.”
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