The Larry Sanders Show 7 Seasons 1998
1. Another List Larry feels pressure from the network after a good showing by guest host Jon Stewart; Hank finds a fan who's eerily looks like him.
2. Show 604 Larry's stalled contract negotiations could mean the end of his show.
3. As My Career Lay Dying With Larry's show coming to an end, everyone on the staff looks to the future.
4. Pilots And Pens Lost Arthur loses a valuable gift from Larry; Phil quits to write his own show.
5. The Interview Larry tries to have a revealing interview edited; Mary Lou tries telling Hank that she hit his car.
6. Adolph Hankler Guest host Jon Stewart stumbles when he tries to refashion Larry's show.
7. Beverly's Secret Larry and the staff try to identify the guest who got Beverly pregnant; Hank moves in with a Wisconsin family for a week.
8. I Buried Sid Hank worries that his jealous criticism drove Larry's longtime cue card man to commit suicide.
9. Just The Perfect Blendship Larry worries that his dating actress Gina Gershon might ruin his longtime friendship with Jeff Goldblum; Mary Lou nervously agrees to book Wendy as a comic on the show.
10. Putting The Larry's final week on the show is marred when Phil's gay jokes force Brian to sue for sexual harassment.
11. Flip - Part I & II Larry prepares to close out his talk show career with one final show.
|Starring||Garry Shandling, Tim Allen|
|Supporting actors||Jeffrey Tambor, Wallace Langham, Penny Johnson, Scott Thompson, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Rip Torn, Warren Beatty, Clint Black, Carol Burnett, Jim Carrey, Ellen DeGeneres, David Duchovny, Greg Kinnear, Bruno Kirby, Sean Penn, Tom Petty, Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart|
|Network||Sony Pictures Television|
|Producers||Judd Apatow, Richard Day, Barton Dean, Michael J. Fitzsimmons, Kelly Grant, Alex Gregory, Brad Grey, Peter Huyck, Adam Resnick, Garry Shandling, Leslie Tolan, Craig Zisk|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Perfection! I love to watch repeats, it never ceases to be funny to me. Larry is just great, as is the whole cast.Published 9 days ago by Albany Worker
This is one of the first shows to create cringe humor without being too uncomfortable. "Hey now!" Hank Kingsley first showcased the talents of Jeffrey Tambor. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Amazon Regular
Holds up well for 20 years old. Tons of modern day stars were on this show. Watched all 6 seasons -- one episode per night. Always thought Howard Stern started "Hey Now". Read morePublished 23 months ago by jacovan