By Olivia B. Waxman
March 24, 2016

All Curb Your Enthusiasm fans have been there. Something awkward happens or a person is being neurotic and going off on the kind of curmudgeonly rant that the show’s star, Seinfeld creator Larry David, is known for. Maybe you start humming the theme song right then and there, or at the very least, it gets stuck in your head. Now, there’s a way to finally cue the theme song — at least for online videos.

Fans can now dub YouTube clips with the music through a “prettay, prettay, prettay good” website called “Curb Your Video,” created by Dan Brill and Phillip Pastore, who work at an ad agency.

To get started, users press the “create” button at the top of the screen and paste their link. Then, there are three key fields to fill out. In the “Start Time” box, type in the exact second that the YouTube clip should start playing (if it’s kind of long). The “Curb Moment” box is for the exact second that the theme song to start playing, and the “End Time” box is for the exact second that the theme song should stop playing.

Fans who can’t decide what YouTube clip to use can browse the videos that have been dubbed already on the site’s homepage, like Election 2016 cable news clips or footage of President Obama in the Rose Garden announcing Merrick Garland as his Supreme Court nominee.

And for those who still can’t choose one, browse the YouTube clips that work well with the Seinfeld theme.

Write to Olivia B. Waxman at olivia.waxman@time.com.

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