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Season 1

  • S01E01 What Have You Done For Me Lately? (AKA The Garden Weasel)

    • August 15, 1992
    • HBO

    Larry finds himself in opposition to a network executive who wants him to do live commercials during the show for ""The Garden Weasel.""

  • S01E02 Promise

    • August 22, 1992
    • HBO

    Larry is annoyed that David Spade is booked on another show and Hank's fan club visits.

  • S01E03 The Spiders Episode

    • August 29, 1992
    • HBO

    Larry battles his reluctance when real live spiders are scheduled for the show, and tries to find a sketch to do with guest Carol Burnett.

  • S01E04 Guest Host

    • September 5, 1992
    • HBO

    The success of Dana Carvey as a guest host on his show makes Larry very, very nervous.

  • S01E05 The New Producer

    • September 12, 1992
    • HBO

    A friend of Larry's temporarily replaces Artie as producer but schemes to make the job permanent.

  • S01E06 The Flirt Episode

    • September 19, 1992
    • HBO

    Jeannie becomes very jealous and accuses Larry of flirting with a playful Mimi Rogers on the show.

  • S01E07 Hank's Contract

    • September 26, 1992
    • HBO

    It's contract negotiation time for Hank and he's going for a raise ... and a golf cart.

  • S01E08 Out of the Loop

    • October 3, 1992
    • HBO

    Larry feels out of touch when he's the last to know that his headwriter is having a torrid office affair.

  • S01E09 The Talk Show Episode

    • October 10, 1992
    • HBO

    An argument at home with Jeannie causes Larry to lose his concentration during the show that night.

  • S01E10 Party

    • October 17, 1992
    • HBO

    Larry's little dinner at home with Arthur, initiated by Jeannie, escalates into a full-blown party and causes Larry to become extremely paranoid.

  • S01E11 The Warmth Episode

    • October 24, 1992
    • HBO

    Worried about his ratings, Larry hires a focus group to help him tighten up the show.

  • S01E12 A Brush with (the Elbow of) Greatness

    • October 31, 1992
    • HBO

    Larry makes the tabloids when a woman claims he knocked her into a magazine rack and neglected to apologize.

  • S01E13 The Hey Now Episode

    • November 7, 1992
    • HBO

    Hank falls asleep during the show, which is just the last straw for a fed-up Larry.

  • SPECIAL 0x57 Deleted Scenes - Season 1 (Disc 2)

Season 2

  • S02E01 The Breakdown (1)

    • June 2, 1993
    • HBO

    Larry is a wreck as he faces sinking ratings, no Emmy nominations, and a divorce suit from Jeannie. So Hank and Artie try to fix him up with attractive women. But the only one he really connects with is Francine, his first wife.

  • S02E02 The Breakdown (2)

    • June 2, 1993
    • HBO

    Larry is a wreck as he faces sinking ratings, no Emmy nominations, and a divorce suit from Jeannie. So Hank and Artie try to fix him up with attractive women. But the only one he really connects with is Francine, his first wife.

  • S02E03 The List

    • June 9, 1993
    • HBO

    A chance remark by Francine leads Larry to ask for a list of all her sexual partners since their divorce.

  • S02E04 The Stalker

    • June 16, 1993
    • HBO

    Larry gets a little paranoid when he learns he's being stalked by an obsessed fan.

  • S02E05 Larry's Agent

    • June 23, 1993
    • HBO

    Larry decides he needs a new high-power agent to negotiate his new deal with the network.

  • S02E06 The Hankerciser 200

    • June 30, 1993
    • HBO

    Francine is injured using an exercise device being endorsed by Hank who's afraid she'll write about it.

  • S02E07 Life Behind Larry

    • July 7, 1993
    • HBO

    Everybody has their own ideas about who should host the show being readied to follow Larry, while Larry worries over not winning a major award again.

  • S02E08 Artie's Gone

    • July 14, 1993
    • HBO

    Artie gets stuck on the highway during torrential rains and mud-slides leaving Paula the booker to function as the producer for the show.

  • S02E09 Larry Loses Interest

    • July 21, 1993
    • HBO

    As the show's traditional anniversary show approaches, Larry finds it all boring and tedious, so he plays with the idea of writing a book while rumors spread about a film role.

  • S02E10 Larry's Partner

    • July 28, 1993
    • HBO

    Larry reluctantly agrees to hire his former comedy partner as a show writer.

  • S02E11 Broadcast Nudes

    • August 4, 1993
    • HBO

    Hank manipulates Darlene into agreeing to do a Playboy spread and Larry worries about appearing in Architectural Digest.

  • S02E12 Larry's Birthday

    • August 11, 1993
    • HBO

    Larry celebrates his birthday and the gang all struggle to top each other with their birthday gifts to him. Meanwhile the celebration is darkened by the firing of one of the writers.

  • S02E13 Being There

    • August 18, 1993
    • HBO

    Larry and Francine quarrel over her commitment to their renewed relationship.

  • S02E14 The Performance Artist

    • August 25, 1993
    • HBO

    In an effort to freshen up the guest list, Larry agrees to have a controversial performance on, then chickens out when he sees the guy's routine.

  • S02E15 Hank's Wedding

    • September 8, 1993
    • HBO

    Larry tries to decide about warning an elated Hank about his new bride when the ""Hey now!"" guy announces he's going to marry a younger woman he has just recently met.

  • S02E16 Off Camera

    • September 15, 1993
    • HBO

    Artie has a terrible day backstage with an Entertainment Weekly writer prowling around, John Ritter and Gene Siskel nearly coming to blows, and a stray dog nipping at everyone.

  • S02E17 The Grand Opening

    • September 22, 1993
    • HBO

    Larry goes on vacation, but the problems follow him as Hank alienates a series of co-hosts as he anxiously awaits the opening night of Hank's Lookaround Restaurant.

  • S02E18 New York or L.A.

    • September 29, 1993
    • HBO

    Larry seriously considers either quitting the biz or moving his show to New York after the network's new owner begins to meddle with the format.

  • SPECIAL 0x58 Deleted Scenes - Season 2 (Disc 1)

  • SPECIAL 0x59 Deleted Scenes - Season 2 (Disc 2)

  • SPECIAL 0x60 Outtakes - Season 2

Season 3

  • S03E01 Montana

    • June 22, 1994
    • HBO

    Larry's going out of his mind with boredom up in Montana when Artie appears with a scheme to resurrect the show.

  • S03E02 You're Having My Baby

    • June 29, 1994
    • HBO

    Larry's chances with Mimi Rogers drop dramatically when a woman from Montana turns up with the claim that she's carrying Larry's baby.

  • S03E03 Would You Do Me a Favor?

    • July 6, 1994
    • HBO

    Larry's dad pays a visit to California, but Larry doesn't want to see him, so he adds that little chore to the things an already fed-up Beverly has to cope with.

  • S03E04 The Gift

    • July 13, 1994
    • HBO

    Paula worries about her job when Larry gets angry with her over guests canceling, and really goes all out to convince a reluctant Danny DeVito not to cancel too. Larry and Artie try to decide what to choose as the guest gift.

  • S03E05 People's Choice

    • July 20, 1994
    • HBO

    Artie is chosen to produce the People's Choice Awards, prompting both Larry and Hank to try for a role in the show.

  • S03E06 Hank's Night in the Sun

    • July 27, 1994
    • HBO

    Hank gets his shot at the big chair when Larry gets food poisoning just before a taping.

  • S03E07 Office Romance

    • August 3, 1994
    • HBO

    The office suffers when Larry and Darlene tentatively begin a romance, prompting a domino effect of hurt feelings and jealousy.

  • S03E08 The Mr. Sharon Stone Show

    • August 10, 1994
    • HBO

    Larry hits it off with guest Sharon Stone, but finds he can't cope with her greater celebrity status.

  • S03E09 Headwriter (a.k.a. Headwriter Phil)

    • August 17, 1994
    • HBO

    Phil whines and pleads to be made headwriter for the show, then finds it isn't what he thought it would be.

  • S03E10 Like No Business I Know

    • August 24, 1994
    • HBO

    Regis Philbin causes some major unrest when he intimates to Hank that there might be place for him on Regis' new show. Larry and Artie worry about what guest Bobcat Goldthwait might do to top his chair-burning incident on The Tonight Show.

  • S03E11 Larry Loses a Friend

    • August 31, 1994
    • HBO

    Jon Lovitz makes a strong play for a reluctant Darlene.

  • S03E12 Doubt of the Benefit

    • September 7, 1994
    • HBO

    Larry becomes convinced that Rob Reiner is snubbing him and the show, and retaliates by canceling out of a benefit.

  • S03E13 Hank's Divorce

    • September 14, 1994
    • HBO

    It looks like Hank's marriage is over, despite everyone's efforts to patch it up.

  • S03E14 The Fourteenth Floor

    • September 21, 1994
    • HBO

    Larry gets into a feud with the network when he makes fun of their new fall schedule on the air.

  • S03E15 Next Stop... Bottom

    • September 28, 1994
    • HBO

    A depressed and unhappy Hank hits on all the female guests before retreating to a hotel room for a boozy marathon with a series of prostitutes.

  • S03E16 Arthur's Crises (a.k.a. Artie's Crisis)

    • October 5, 1994
    • HBO

    Larry fears that Artie's intimate relationship with a CBS network executive spells the end of their relationship. Darlene longs to sing with Clint Black.

  • S03E17 End of the Season

    • October 12, 1994
    • HBO

    Roseanne spots Larry's drug dependence and offers herself as his friend and keeper as he kicks the habit.

  • SPECIAL 0x61 Deleted Scenes - Season 3 (Disc 1)

  • SPECIAL 0x62 Deleted Scenes - Season 3 (Disc 2)

  • SPECIAL 0x63 Deleted Scenes - Season 3 (Disc 3)

  • SPECIAL 0x64 Outtakes - Season 3

Season 4

  • S04E01 Roseanne's Return

    • July 19, 1995
    • HBO

    Larry is apprehensive over a guest appearance by former girl friend Roseanne and decides to see a psychiatrist. The office follows the O.J. trial.

  • S04E02 Hank's New Assistant

    • July 26, 1995
    • HBO

    When Darlene quits while on vacation, Hank hires the temp who was filling in for her. Larry's reluctant to tell Dana Carvey he doesn't like Carvey's Larry Sanders impersonation.

  • S04E03 Arthur After Hours

    • August 2, 1995
    • HBO

    After a particularly trying day at work, Arthur spends the night at the studio with two new friends, Nicolae the janitor and Hank's karoake machine, and one old bottle of booze.

  • S04E04 The Bump

    • August 9, 1995
    • HBO

    Larry promises not to bump comic Jeff Cesario again, then finds the show overbooked and Hank needing four minutes for a tribute to his late father.

  • S04E05 Jeannie's Visit

    • August 16, 1995
    • HBO

    A surprise visit by Larry's ex-wife causes an unusual triangle between her, Larry and Hank. Larry offers a cappuccino machine as a substitute for the daily office run to Starbucks.

  • S04E06 The P.A.

    • August 23, 1995
    • HBO

    Family ties are stretched to the limit when Artie hires his delinquent son as a production assistant. Larry worries about his diet.

  • S04E07 Hank's Sex Tape

    • August 30, 1995
    • HBO

    Hank fears for his career after Phil sets a scandalous sex tape circulating among the entertainment community.

  • S04E08 Nothing Personal

    • September 13, 1995
    • HBO

    Paula has trouble booking guests for sweeps week, so she leans on Larry to ask his friend Jeff Goldblum, who in turn offers to help Larry get a date with a network publicist.

  • S04E09 Brother, Can You Spare 1.2 Million?

    • September 20, 1995
    • HBO

    Larry scrambles to make some money after his accountant admits he's lost all of Larry's funds. Artie and Hank set out to teach the guy a lesson.

  • S04E10 Conflict of Interest

    • September 27, 1995
    • HBO

    Paula's dating Larry's agent, but Larry fears he's just using her to book his clients on the show. The network objects to Larry's ethnic guest spots. Hank tries to stiff Phil on a $20 loan.

  • S04E11 I Was a Teenage Lesbian

    • October 11, 1995
    • HBO

    While awaiting the results of a breast biopsy, a tense Paula angers Brett Butler who offers Larry some tips on his weekly massage. Hank interviews possible new agents while his beloved Sid lies gravely ill in the hospital.

  • S04E12 Larry's Sitcom

    • October 18, 1995
    • HBO

    Larry accepts a script from Chris Elliott for a new sitcom to be produced under Larry's deal with the network, then gives it to Phil for some ""fine tuning."" Hank honors his oldest fan.

  • S04E13 Larry's Big Idea

    • October 25, 1995
    • HBO

    Larry goes against Artie's better judgement and introduces a new bit showcasing characters based on the production staff.

  • S04E14 Beverly and the Prop Job

    • November 1, 1995
    • HBO

    Beverly quits when Larry and Artie refuse to seriously consider her request that a job in the props department be given to a black person. Hank considers replacing Scott with a woman.

  • S04E15 0.409

    • November 8, 1995
    • HBO

    Larry begins an affair with a much younger show intern which causes resentment among the staff and places him in the awkward position of meeting her parents. Hank insists on a buying a race horse for himself, Larry and Artie in honor of the show's eighth anniversary.

  • S04E16 Eight

    • November 15, 1995
    • HBO

    Chaos reigns as the eighth anniversary show tapes and Larry tries repeatedly to sneak in a bathroom visit during a commercial break.

  • S04E17 Larry's on Vacation

    • November 22, 1995
    • HBO

    Larry takes a vacation to recover from plastic surgery leaving Sandra Bernhard to fill in as the show host. But her manager sends shock waves through the office with her pushy ways.

  • SPECIAL 0x65 Deleted Scenes - Season 4 (Disc 2)

  • SPECIAL 0x66 Deleted Scenes - Season 4 (Disc 3)

  • SPECIAL 0x67 Outtakes - Season 4

Season 5

  • S05E01 Everybody Loves Larry

    • November 13, 1996
    • HBO

    Larry, worried about the implications of a permanent guest host, sabotages temporary host Jon Stewart at every turn. Hank buys a less-than-perfect used car from Elvis Costello. David Duchovny's friendliness makes Larry wonder about his sexual orientation.

  • S05E02 My Name is Asher Kingsley

    • November 20, 1996
    • HBO

    Hank's decison to re-embrace Judaism throws the office and the network into a tizzy. Larry worries that someone has been sitting in his new massaging recliner.

  • S05E03 Where is the Love?

    • November 27, 1996
    • HBO

    Larry gets upset over a review from TV critic Tom Shales, prompting him to fire off a fax in retaliation and to seek sympathy from show guest Sally Field.

  • S05E04 Ellen, or Isn't She?

    • December 11, 1996
    • HBO

    Artie pushes Larry to get Ellen Degeneres to come out of the closet on their show, but Larry pursues some personal research first. Beverly spoils Artie's birthday by circulating the show's budget, with everyone's salary, amongst the staff.

  • S05E05 The New Writer

    • December 18, 1996
    • HBO

    Hank suffers paranoid agonies when he fears that Kevin Nealon is hanging around trying to get his job. Phil has trouble adjusting to the woman Larry has hired as a new writer.

  • S05E06 The Matchmaker

    • January 8, 1997
    • HBO

    Paula's new assistant, Marylou, manages to upset everyone, even the affable Tim Conway, with her ineffective pre-interview techniques and celebrity research. Hank's effort to cheer up a despondent Brian with a night on the town at several gay bars earns him a prominent mention in Army Archerd's column.

  • S05E07 Make a Wish

    • January 15, 1997
    • HBO

    Larry wants to be on People's Ten Sexiest Men list, even if it means bumping off guest Ben Stiller. Beverly gets stuck taking care of their ""One Wish"" Foundation child when he comes to meet Larry. Hank distributes his illegally obtained Cuban cigars.

  • S05E08 Arthur and Angie and Hank and Hercules

    • January 22, 1997
    • HBO

    Artie falls off the wagon with his second addiction, Angie Dickinson, and flies to Venice with her. Larry's affair with Laura Leighton stumbles over their obsessions with watching their own TV shows. Hank auditions for a voice part in the new Disney movie, Hercules.

  • S05E09 The Prank

    • January 29, 1997
    • HBO

    Larry becomes convinced that his new paramour Lori Loughlin has taken money from his wallet. Hank tries to impress a woman by putting her precocious son on the show as an expert in geography. Phil arranges for phony auditions so he can meet some beautiful actresses.

  • S05E10 The Book

    • February 5, 1997
    • HBO

    Larry insists on writng a book about his life, just like Jay, Brett, Ellen and Paul, leaving Hank worrying about ""the incident"" and Artie to finish off his own memoirs. Beverly receives flowers from a secret admirer and jumps to conclusions.

  • S05E11 Pain Equals Funny

    • February 12, 1997
    • HBO

    Paula tells Larry that she's leaving to produce the Caryl and Marilyn show, so he impulsively promotes her to producer without consulting Artie. The quality of Phil's work goes up and down as his new girlfriend plays with his affections.

  • S05E12 The Roast

    • February 19, 1997
    • HBO

    Artie works hard to make sure all of Larry's ""friends"" attend a celebrity roast in his honor while Hank tries to learn how to handle hecklers so he can be the roastmaster.

  • S05E13 Larry's New Love

    • February 26, 1997
    • HBO

    Larry's relationship with his new girlfriend is threatened when she takes on the ""mermaid"" role in a show skit, and wants to use it as a springboard for her career.

  • SPECIAL 0x68 Deleted Scenes - Season 5 (Disc 1)

  • SPECIAL 0x69 Deleted Scenes - Season 5 (Disc 2)

  • SPECIAL 0x70 Deleted Scenes - Season 5 (Disc 3)

  • SPECIAL 0x71 Outtakes - Season 5

Season 6

  • S06E01 Another List

    • March 15, 1998
    • HBO

    Larry's ratings are slipping and the suits are looking to replace him with regular guest host Jon Stewart. Hank tries to trade for a fan's ""Hey Now"" license plates.

  • S06E02 The Beginning of the End

    • March 22, 1998
    • HBO

    Kenny Mitchell joins the show as creative consultant and makes major changes to the format. Larry battles with the network and his agent over his contract.

  • S06E03 As My Career Lay Dying

    • March 29, 1998
    • HBO

    Larry's staff prepares for the end by secretly looking for new jobs.

  • S06E04 Pilots and Pens Lost

    • April 5, 1998
    • HBO

    Phil leaves the show to write a pilot. Larry gives Artie a special gift.

  • S06E05 The Interview

    • April 12, 1998
    • HBO

    Mary Lou dents Hank's car but is terrified to tell him. Larry is interviewed for Extra!

  • S06E06 Adolf Hankler

    • April 19, 1998
    • HBO

    Larry spends his vacation with his brother who has a business proposition. Guest host Jon Stewart tests the network's censors by booking the Wu-Tang Clan.

  • S06E07 Beverly's Secret

    • April 26, 1998
    • HBO

    Hank does a remote from Wisconsin. The staff tries to guess the father of Beverly's baby.

  • S06E08 I Buried Sid

    • May 3, 1998
    • HBO

    Everyone takes Sid's death hard, especially Hank who thinks he may have pushed Sid over the edge.

  • S06E09 Just the Perfect Blendship

    • May 10, 1998
    • HBO

    Larry hits on a guest. Hank hits on his doctor. Mary Lou considers letting her best friend be on the show.

  • S06E10 Putting the Gay Back in Litigation

    • May 17, 1998
    • HBO

    Tired of Phil's gay jokes, Brian sues the show for sexual harrassment.

  • S06E11 Flip (1)

    • May 31, 1998
    • HBO

    Larry tapes his last show.

  • S06E12 Flip (2)

    • May 31, 1998
    • HBO

    Part 2 of the final ever show. Larry is in hot water with Carol Burnet when he tells her she was the first person he chose to be on his final show. This doesn't appear to be the case as Ellen confirms. Bruno Kirby is bumped again. Clint Black sings goodbye to Larry.

  • SPECIAL 0x72 Deleted Scenes - Season 6 (Disc 1)

  • SPECIAL 0x73 Deleted Scenes - Season 6 (Disc 2)

  • SPECIAL 0x74 Outtakes - Season 6