Garry Shandling stars in this classic comedy series that focuses on the on- and off-camera activities of a late-night TV talk-show host.
Larry has a nervous breakdown -- on the air!
Larry and his ex swap lists of who's slept with whom.
Larry becomes convinced he is being followed by a crazed fan and beefs up security at the studio and at home.
Larry fires his longtime agent and hires a more aggressive hotshot to represent him.
The Hankerciser 200
The Hankerciser 200, Hank's latest endorsement, poses a threat to Francine's health.
Life Behind Larry
As executive producer, Larry insists on choosing the host who will follow his own show's time slot.
When a mudslide leaves Artie stranded in Malibu, he asks Paula to cover for him until he arrives.
Larry Loses Interest
It's time for the anniversary show, and Larry is overwhelmed with ennui. It seems nothing new ever happens on the show.
Larry feels sorry for his former comedy partner, so he invites him to write for the show.
During the show, Hank talks Hugh Hefner into doing a pictorial layout of Darlene and himself.
A shake-up in the writing staff threatens to ruin Larry's birthday.
Larry is frustrated by Francine's lack of commitment to their relationship. Hank feels threatened when Larry hires a new band leader.
The Performance Artist
Larry deals with censorship and controversy when he puts a provocative performance artist on the show.
When Hank gets engaged to a much younger woman, Larry suspects she's after more than just his heart.
While Larry is on the air, a magazine reporter and temperamental guests make Arthur's backstage job even more difficult than usual.
While he's on vacation, Larry asks his neighbor, Burt Reynolds, to guest-host the show.
NY or LA
When the network's new owner starts tinkering with the show, will Larry switch networks and go to New York?
After Larry quits show business and moves to Montana, a network lawsuit forces him to return to Hollywood.
You're Having My Baby
Larry's attempts to romance actress Mimi Rogers are thwarted by a Montana woman who claims Larry is the father of her child.
Would You Do Me A Favor?
Larry's father comes to visit, and the burden of entertaining him falls on Larry's assistant, Beverly.
The Gift Episode
Paula is convinced Larry is going to fire her after Danny DeVito cancels at the last minute.
Arthur is producing the People's Choice Awards, an easy, enjoyable job for him, until Larry wants to know who's hosting.
Hank's Night in the Sun
When Larry falls ill an hour before the show, Hank has to fill in as guest host, with surprisingly good, then bad, then awful results.
Ignoring Arthur's advice, Larry gets entangled in an office romance with Darlene.
The Mr. Sharon Stone Show
Larry's ego suffers when he realizes his new girlfriend, Sharon Stone, is a bigger star than he is.
When Phil is promoted to head writer, he discovers the job is much more than he bargained for.
Like No Business I Know
Regis Philbin encourages Hank to consider a career shift. Larry worries that talk show guest Bobcat Goldthwait will get out of control.
Larry Loses a Friend
Guesting on the talk show, Larry's friend Jon Lovitz pursues his unrequited crush on Darlene.
Doubt of the Benefit
Rob Reiner cancels his appearance on the show after Larry turns down a charity appearance.
During the seventh anniversary show, Hank's marital problems come to a head.
The Fourteenth Floor
Larry gets into an on-air feud with the network.
Next Stop ... Bottom
Recovering from his divorce, Hank holes up in a hotel with a succession of prostitutes.
Larry thinks Arthur's love life is interfering with his work.
End of the Season
Arthur and Larry's old friend, Roseanne, suspects Larry has a prescription drug problem.
Ten months after she broke up with him, Larry is surprised to learn that Roseanne is scheduled to appear on the show.
Hank's New Assistant
After much prodding, Hank hires a temp while Darlene is on vacation.
Arthur After Hours
After Arthur has an unusually frustrating day at the show, he spends the evening with new friend Nicolae, the janitor.
Arthur and Larry juggle an overbooked show that includes Hank's tribute to his dead father.
Larry's ex-wife makes an unexpected visit to the office, making an unusual triangle of Larry, Hank and herself.
Artie hires his delinquent son as a production assistant on the show. But how far does family loyalty extend?
Hank's Sex Tape
Hank's career is threatened when a sex tape he appeared in is discovered by Larry's writers and distributed to the entertainment community.
During sweeps week, the bookers have a hard time landing big guests. Larry pursues the hot new PR girl.
Brother Can You Spare 1.2 Million?
Larry learns that his accountant has been embezzling his money.
Conflict of Interest
Larry realizes there's a conflict of interest when Paula books the client of her boyfriend Stevie (who's also Larry's agent) on the show.
I Was a Teenage Lesbian
Paula finds a lump in her breast and fears the worst. Brett announces to Artie that she had an affair with Paula years ago.
As part of Larry's production deal, the network gives him a pilot commitment.
Larry's Big Idea
Larry decides to change his show's format to include his production team, even after Artie's warnings of failure.
Beverly and the Prop Job
Beverly attempts to get her cousin a job while she goes through an identity crisis.
Larry sleeps with the very young show intern against Artie's continuous warnings.
Larry's eighth anniversary -- a star-studded gala -- doesn't go quite as planned.
Larry's on Vacation
When Larry takes time off for minor cosmetic surgery, guest host Sandra Bernhard and her manager attempt to take over the show.
Everybody Loves Larry
Larry is uncomfortable with David Duchovny's overtures of friendship.
My Name Is Asher Kingsley
Hank gets in touch with his Jewish roots.
Where Is The Love?
Larry's feelings are hurt when he and the show get a terrible review.
Ellen, or Isn't She?
Larry tries to get Ellen DeGeneres to "come out" on the air.
The New Writer
Phil has trouble adapting when Larry hires a new female writer. Hank thinks Kevin Nealon is after his job.
When Brian ends his relationship with his boyfriend, Hank tries to fix him up, but winds up starting rumors about himself.
Make a Wish
Larry is more concerned with getting on People's Sexiest Man list than with meeting a child from the One Wish Foundation.
Arthur and Angie and Hank and Hercules
Arthur reunites with his old flame, Angie Dickinson, and the two run off to Italy together.
Larry thinks Lori Loughlin is stealing from him. Hank falls for a woman with a child, but alienates both of them when her son is a guest.
Larry is excited about publishing his own memoirs until he reads his own writing. Beverly has a secret admirer.
Pain Equals Funny
The more depressed Phil gets, the funnier his writing becomes.
Larry is roasted, but instead of feeling honored, his feelings are hurt by all the insults.
Larry's New Love
Larry's new girlfriend wants to be a success more than she wants to be with Larry.
The network presents a list of changes it wants to make on the show.
The Beginning of the End
Larry makes endless changes to the show to meet the network notes. Artie almost has a heart attack while arguing with the network.
As My Career Lay Dying
Hank is distraught about what he'll do when the show goes down.
Pilots and Pens Lost
Phil quits working for the show when the network gives him a pilot, which turns into a train wreck involving Dave Chappelle.
Larry is psyched for his first post-announcement interview with Maureen O'Boyle. But he ends up crying on the air and wants Artie to cut it.
The network welcomes Jon Stewart as a guest host for the first time since Larry's announcement.
The office learns that Beverly is pregnant, and starts a pool to guess the father, knowing he was a guest on the show.
I Buried Sid
Hank is jealous when Sid gets to do a sketch, and tells him that people are laughing "at" him instead of "with" him.
Just the Perfect Blendship
Larry wants to date Gina Gershon, but feels the need to get the permission of one of his best friends, Jeff Goldblum, who used to date her.
Putting the "Gay" Back In Litigation
Larry begins to date Illeana Douglas, but feels compelled to rehearse her through her segment.
Larry scrambles to get his last show together, and must confront David Duchovny's affections in order to land him as a guest.