Larry David mad at AD

Today's Page Six chuckles over the latest issue of Architectural Digest and the editor's note from Paige Rense about her conversation with an upset "Mr. Television Personality." The NY Post gossip column says Larry David complained that a story about his home on Martha's Vineyard gave too many details that would identify him as the owner.

Mr. T.P.: "Everyone knows it was my house."

AD: "Your name wasn't mentioned."

Mr. T.P.: "In the article your writer said I was on a TV show and was funny."

AD: "That could be a lot of people."

Mr. T.P.: "No. No. That was me. Everyone knows it was me."

AD: "Who is everyone?"

Mr. T.P.: "My friends."

AD: "If they're your friends, they've seen your house haven't they?'

Mr. T.P.: "No, everyone else, too. Even people who haven't seen my house. I expect an apology."

He didn't get one. David told Page Six that his dealings with Rense will make a great episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm."

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