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Hey now! This series offers a behind-the-scenes look at late-night talk show host Larry Sanders (Garry Shandling) and the production of his show. Rip Torn plays the show's producer, Artie, and Jeffrey Tambor is Sanders' sidekick, Hank. Many episodes features a celebrity playing him or herself .

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aired 1,389 days ago
Larry (Garry Shandling) goes to unusual lengths to secure actor David Duchovny's appearance on his last show. Also guest starring Warren Beatty, Jim Carrey, Tim Allen, Jerry Seinfeld and Carol Burnett.
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Larry coaches date Illeana Douglas through a segment; Brian charges Phil in a sexual harassment suit.
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Larry needs Jeff Goldblum's permission to ask Gina Gershon for a date; Mary Lou is reluctant to give a reference; Hank's date knows him too well.
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Sid kills himself after jealous Hank criticizes his comedy sketch; Larry tries to hide his new relationship.
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The office learns that Beverly is pregnant and wonders who the father is; Hank's TV stunt fails. Guest starring Michael Bolton, Steven Wright and Eriq La Salle.
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Jon Stewart guest hosts for the first time since Larry's announcement and wants to do a Nazi sketch. Guest stars: Kristen Johnston and Jason Alexander.
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Larry (Garry Shandling) starts crying on the air during his interview with Maureen O'Boyle; Mary Lou hits Hank's car. Guest stars: Vince Vaughn and David Spade.
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Phil quits the show when he gets his own pilot; Artie loses a valuable pen that was a gift from Larry.
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Hank worries about life after the show; Artie thinks about producing other talk shows. Guest stars: Lea Thompson, Pat Sajak and Bob Costas.
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Larry (Garry Shandling) revamps the show and announces that he will quit when his contract expires. Guest star: Bob Odenkirk.
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Artie can't get Larry (Garry Shandling) to stop thinking about Winona Ryder (guest starring as herself). Jon Stewart and Smash Mouth also guest star.
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Larry's new girlfriend is driven to be a success; with Jeff Foxworthy; Daisy Fuentes; Warren Littlefield; Paul Westerberg.
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Larry's feelings are hurt when his colleagues turn up the heat at a roast. Guest stars include Carrot Top, Dana Carvey, Bill Maher, Carl Reiner and Jon Stewart.
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Phil's comedy writing reaches new heights as his mental health sinks to a new low.
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Larry is writing his memoirs; with Dr. Joyce Brothers; Dana Delany; Bruno Kirby; Marlee Matlin; Brooke Shields; Bob Odenkirk.
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Larry thinks someone is a thief; Hank meets a woman whose son will appear on the show; guests Lori Loughlin; John Stamos; Butthole Surfers.
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Arthur runs off to Rome with Angie Dickinson; Larry sets his sight on Laura Leighton; Hank auditions for an animated movie; with Angie Dickinson, Laura Leighton, Don Rickles.
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Larry wants to make People's sexiest men list, then meets a child from the One Wish Foundation; with Ben Stiller; James Belushi; David Paymer.
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Brian breaks up with his boyfriend, and Hank tries to help; with Tim Conway; Harvey Fierstein; Nicollette Sheridan.
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Phil can't adapt to the new female writer; Hank thinks Kevin Nealon wants his job; with Shawn Colvin.
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The budget is leaked to the staff; Larry pesters Ellen DeGeneres on the air about sexual preference; with Bob Odenkirk.

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