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"Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David plays a version of himself on the improvised series. He faces a constant barrage of life's little annoyances, which in David's sometimes well-meaning but terminally fumbling hands don't tend to stay small for very long.

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Larry runs into an unwelcome familiar face, seeks a second opinion on his knee injury and causes a rift between expectant parents.
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Mocha Joe hatches a plan to sabotage his adversary; Larry develops a debilitating habit and takes pity on a waitress; Richard prepares for a career-defining role.
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A prominent actor shadows Larry to prepare for an upcoming role; Larry meddles in the sale of Cheryl's sister's house, helps Leon grow a new business and stirs up trouble at a dinner party hosted by Richard's girlfriend.
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Larry attempts to capitalize on a friend's unexpected death and takes issue with a pattern of discrimination at a trendy restaurant; Larry offers his dermatologist's son a job; Richard has a suspiciously good day on the golf course.
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When Susie plans a surprise party for Jeff, Larry suspects she has ulterior motives and enlists the help of his new friend, Wally, to ensure things don't go awry; Larry connects with a problematic inventor to develop an innovative new product.
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Larry receives a problematic gift and causes trouble with Richard's new girlfriend.
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Travel plans go awry when Larry brings an impromptu date to a destination wedding; at the hotel, Larry finds himself in a sticky situation when he goes searching for a toothbrush.
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Larry drops the ball when he gets the chance to make amends with his assistant, Alice; Larry and Richard go to extreme lengths for their upcoming lunch date.
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Larry's lawyer tries to resolve the situation with his assistant, Alice; Larry surprises Susie with an impressive birthday gift and comes one step closer to exacting revenge on Mocha Joe.
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Larry kicks off the new year with new rival Mocha Joe; at a cocktail party hosted by Jeff and Susie, Larry gets roped into lunch plans and has a misunderstanding with a caterer.
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Larry tries to rid himself of an inept assistant, offends Jeff's barber and gets into hot water over a new project.
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Larry accuses his neighbor of harassment; Jeff takes a bullet for Susie; Larry gives an inappropriate gift to Elizabeth's son.
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Larry competes with Rosie O'Donnell for the same woman; Larry refuses to have lunch with an acquaintance.
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A failed alibi has consequences; a family dog is denied a last meal; Larry has a confrontation in a buffet line.
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Larry plays social assassin at a dinner party, on the golf course and at a restaurant.
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Larry loses quality time with Cheryl when trying to return a favor and there's a reunion in the air.
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Larry is frustrated by a 9-year-old's text messages; Leon poses as a dead man; Jerry befriends Marty Funkhauser.
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Larry is annoyed when he has bad luck on the same golf hole twice.
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Larry learns to embrace the upside of disability; Larry tries to dispel a rumor.
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A malfunctioning TV device causes a crisis in Larry's marriage.
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An incompetent chauffeur and a book about freaks provoke Larry.

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