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A Brush With the Elbow of Greatness The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 21:58   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     While watching the local news, Larry is surprised to learn he has been accused by a woman of rudely pushing her in a supermarket checkout line. Though admitting that he was at the market when Carol Biederman was shoved into a magazine rack, Larry denies having anything to do with the episode she described. Meanwhile, as reporters besiege the show office searching for stories of more rude and violent behavior by Larry, Hank asks to plug a product during the show in order to impress the company's owner. Details
Adolph Hankler Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 23:53   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     With Larry going on vacation, his regular guest host Jon Stewart is set to do the show. As part of their plan to groom him to take Larry's job, Melanie and Kenny do their best to make Jon feel welcome. But after learning he's booked the rap group Wu Tang Clan, they worry about alienating the audience and ask Arthur to intervene. Meanwhile, as Hank looks for a way to persuade Jon to keep him on the show, Larry gets a visit from his brother, Stan. Details
Another List Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 23:04   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Following the high ratings garnered by guest host Jon Stewart, a pair of network executives approach Larry with ideas aimed at boosting his own flagging popularity. And as Larry prepares for guest Winona Rider, Arthur does his best to convince him that the network is serious about making some changes. Meanwhile, Hank sends Brian to find the person who has the vanity license plate reading "Hey Now." Details
Ellen, or Isn't She? Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 20:51   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     After reviewing the budget with Larry before taking the show out of town, Arthur asks Beverly to put the confidential financial document securely back in his desk. Spotted making a copy of it for herself, Beverly is forced to share a list of staff salaries with Mary Lou. And before long, everyone has one. Meanwhile, over dinner to celebrate Arthur's birthday, Larry is asked to see if comic Ellen Degeneres will make a much anticipated and controversial announcement on his show. Details
Everybody Loves Larry Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 23:17   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     In preparation for a stint by guest host Jon Stewart, Larry and Arthur go over a list of potential guests. Suspecting that the network may be grooming Stewart as his replacement, Larry is reluctant to give him anyone that would allow him to shine, especially X Files star David Duchovny. However, an invitation to join him at his beach house for a weekend seems to suggest that Duchovny is romantically interested in Larry. Meanwhile Hank discovers that the used sports car he just bought from singer Elvis Costello is a lemon. Details
Flip, Pt. 1 Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 54:12   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     While meeting with Arthur and publicist Norman Litkey on the eve of his final show, Larry learns that some high profile guests have either canceled or refused to appear. Meanwhile, as Hank prepares his farewell to Larry, the staff tries to keep their volatile emotions in check. Clint Black's heartfelt farewell song helps bring Larry's talk show career to a close. Finding Larry and Arthur sharing a moment together after the show, Hank angrily complains about having his tribute interrupted and for being the butt of Larry's jokes all these years. However, after nearly coming to blows before storming off, Hank returns for a tearful apology as he, Larry and Arthur make up before leaving the set for the final time. Details
Flirt The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 23:38   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     During an appearance on his show, actress Mimi Rogers claims that she would like to see Larry do a nude scene in a film. While pursuing the idea further, Larry flirts with Mimi and asks her to come back again the next night. Although hesitant about making such an unusual offer, Larry is calmed by Arthur and assured that having her back is a fine idea. Meanwhile, having run out of time for "Seinfeld's" Michael Richards, Larry is saved when Arthur intervenes to prevent an uncomfortable confrontation with the disgruntled would-be guest. Details
Guest Host The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 28:33   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     When Larry asks a comedian and good friend Dana Carvey to host the show during his vacation, Hank is upset about having been passed over for the guest spot once again. Turning to Arthur, Hank insists on being given a chance to audition for the guest host job right then and there, as Larry gives Dana a run down on the show while discussing their fishing trip together later that week. Told to use Larry's office while he is away, Dana is surprised when Hank suddenly appears to remind him that he is there to help during the show whenever necessary. Details
Hank's Contract The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 28:13   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     While in the middle of his contract negotiations, Hank threatens to leave the show unless he gets both a raise and his own golf cart to drive around the studio. Learning of his demands from network lawyer Sheldon Davidoff, both Larry and Arthur mercilessly poke fun at Hank behind his back. Meanwhile, although thanking Larry for some words of encouragement during the show, Hank clears out his office in preparation for leaving. Details
Hank's Divorce Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 20:26   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     While preparing for the show's seventh anniversary special, Larry agrees to join Hank and Margaret for dinner to celebrate their first wedding anniversary. However, having already sensed that all is not right between them, Larry is privately told by Margaret that she has had it with Hank. Yet, when Hank returns before she can explain Larry is let to wonder just what the problem might be as Arthur insists that he stay out of it. Details
Hank's Sex Tape Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 22:44   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     When Hank is chosen to represent their trade association, bad experiences with previous spokesmen lead to Southern Orange Grower's Irene Goodman into an inquiry about his past. Hank is adamant that there's nothing which could embarrass his corporate sponsor. However, while looking for some candy to satisfy their ravenous appetites, Phil and Jon come across a videotape of Hank's last birthday celebration featuring his sexual escapades with a pair of prostitutes. Details
Hanks Night In the Sun Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 27:03   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     When Larry is poisoned by some bad frozen yogurt, Arthur presses Paula to find a guest host for the show. But when the list of regulars fails to produce a candidate, Arthur is forced to call on Hank to step in for Larry. After enlisting Shadoe Stevens to be his announcer and sidekick, Hank gets cold feet and tries backing out. But without anyone else to fill in, Arthur insists that he overcome his fears and do the show. Details
Hey Now Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 21:42   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     When his announcer Hank Kingsley falls asleep during an interview, late night talk show host Larry Sanders wonders just how committed his sidekick is to the job. After asking his producer, Arthur, to speak with him about the problem, Larry also discovers that Hank owns an expensive home in a neighborhood where he and his wife Jeannie are also looking for a house. Curious as to how he could afford to live in such a high-priced area, he is reminded by Jeannie of all of the commercials that Hank appears in. Details
Hey Now The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 21:38   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     When his announcer Hank Kingsley falls asleep during an interview, late night talk show host Larry Sanders wonders just how committed his sidekick is to the job. After asking his producer, Arthur, to speak with him about the problem, Larry also discovers that Hank owns an expensive home in a neighborhood where he and his wife Jeannie are also looking for a house. Curious as to how he could afford to live in such a high-priced area, he is reminded by Jeannie of all of the commercials that Hank appears in. Details
I Was a Teenage Lesbian Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 21:56   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     With Brett Butler set to appear on Larry's show, there's just one small problem Arthur needs to take care of beforehand. Ten years ago, while touring her act on the college circuit, she had a brief affair with Paula, and wants to make sure things are okay now. Meanwhile, as Hank learns that his agent has been hospitalized after a heart attack, Paula is upset by a lump found in her breast. Details
Larry's New Love Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 21:30   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     After six weeks with new girlfriend Alex Markum, not only have Larry's moods and performance improved, but he's considering marriage again, too. While everyone at the show is impressed with Alex's positive influence on their boss, Hank is the only who suspects something isn't quite right. And his suspicions begin to take shape when Alex gently persuades Larry to feature her as a mermaid in a sketch he's always done with Hank. Details
Life Behind Larry Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 26:14   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     As the executive producer for a new late night show set to follow his own, Larry meets with network's executives to discuss their suggestions for the new host. However, despite asking Larry to show some restraint during the meeting, Arthur loses control and expresses his extreme disapproval of their choices. But, when Larry offers comedian Bobcat Goldthwait as his pick for the new show, Melanie and Dennis express reservations about obtaining approval from the affiliates. So, as word leaks out that comic Bob Saget has been chosen, Larry is deluged with phone calls from others interested in the job as he reassures the angry Bobcat, and prepares to make his pitch to the affiliates. Details
My Name Is Asher Kingsley Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 27:48   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Just as Larry is feeling comfortable with himself and the show, Hank's trip to a synagogue convinces him to embrace his ties to Judaism. Although Arthur asks that he keep his religious convictions a private matter, it isn't long before Hank is asking that some potentially offensive jokes be cut when his rabbi, Marcy Klein, pays a visit to the show. Meanwhile, Larry's own sense of well-being is lifted even higher by his new office chair. Details
Office Romance Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 22:36   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     After finding her waiting for a cab, Larry offers Darlene a ride home from the studio. But when he agrees to stop at Hank's restaurant to drop off a pair of glasses, Larry discovers his innocent good deed being viewed with suspicion by his sidekick. Then, despite Arthur's bet that he is in for trouble and Beverly's warning against a romance with someone on the staff, Larry is caught kissing Darlene in the elevator. Details
Out of the Loop The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 22:36   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     After noticing that his head writer Jerry has been slacking off lately, Larry realizes that he knows little about his show's staff. Pressing Beverly for detail, he is told that Jerry has been having sex on the set with Sally, a new employee on the show. Learning that he was the only one who didn't know about the affair, Larry demands that Arthur help him become more connected with his staff and, going to see Jerry himself, asks him to rethink his romance with Sally or risk losing his job. Details
Party The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 22:39   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     During a visit to the set, Larry's wife Jeannie invites Arthur and his wife over to their home for dinner the following night. Taken aback by the offer, Arthur asks for some time to consult with Elaine, mindful of the fact that Larry and Jeannie have never once invited them over to their home. Larry insists it will be in reality, he is really uncomfortable with the thought of entertaining Arthur and Elaine, he asks Beverly over for dinner as well to diffuse the tension. Details
Pilots & Pens Lost Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 22:32   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     When Phil gets a chance to write his own series for the network, he doesn't hesitate to quit the Larry Sanders Show. And though Phil claims his doctor insisted he take some time off for health reasons, both Arthur and Larry know he's lying. Meanwhile, when Larry buys Arthur an expensive pen, Hank wonders what Larry is going to get him. Details
Promise The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 24:31   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     While preparing comedian David Spade for his fifth appearance on the show, Paula gives him a routine interview about his monologue. Being polite, Larry asks him to drop by his office, but is caught off guard when David actually comes in to chat before heading on his way. Then, while at home watching television with his wife, Larry is disturbed to see David on the Tonight Show doing the same jokes he told to Paula that very afternoon, and just two days before he is to appear on his own program. Details
Putting the "Gay" Back In Litigation Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 24:59   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Unable to stand Phil's relentless gay jokes any longer, Brian threatens to sue the show for sexual harassment. Not wanting anything to mar Larry's final week, Arthur presses Phil to stop. However, when Brian goes out of his way to bait him and Phil cannot resist making another joke, the lawsuit is filed. Meanwhile, as Hank secretly prepares a final tribute featuring some of the show's guests, Larry tries to get a date with actress Illeana Douglas by having Arthur book her as a guest on the show. Details
Talk Show The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 24:31   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     As Larry is about to take the stage for his show, Jeannie tells him that his job has ruined their relationship. Claiming that the only way she can get a chance to talk to him is to be booked as a guest; her veiled threats force Larry to cut the monologue short. Confronted by Arthur about why he only did one joke, Larry says his wife is ready to leave him and that he had no other choice if he is to save their marriage. After discussing the difficulties of show business marriages with his guest Catherine O'Hara, Larry hurries back to his wife, leaving Hank to apologize for is erratic behavior. Details
The Begining of the End Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 23:47   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Even though the changes Larry's been forced to make have improved his sagging ratings, the network still assigns Kenny Mitchell as their creative liaison to the show. And upon arriving for his first day in the new job, Kenny makes it clear he has a lot of other changes in store, not least of which are taking away Larry's desk and getting more popular guests. Meanwhile, as his contract nears its expiration date with no renewal agreement in sight, Larry questions the commitment of his agent, Stevie Grant. Details
The Hankerciser 200 Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 20:57   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     After seeing Hank on television promoting his new home exercise device, the Hankerciser 200, Larry arrives at work to find Arthur giving his college television class a tour of a typical day at the "Larry Sanders Show." Managing to get time to demonstrate his new device for the class, Hank then turns to Francine, and hoping for some free publicity, asks her to write an article on the Hankerciser. But, upon arriving home that night to find her using the exerciser, Larry is shocked when it suddenly dislodges a doorknob and injures Francine. Details
The Interview Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 23:27   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     When Mary Lou dents Hank's prized Bentley, she cannot bring herself to admit to the accident. So when Hank sees the damage, he's sure that it's the work of Vince Vaughn, a guest on the show with whom he engaged in some less than congenial banter. Consequently, he asks Beverly to track down Vaughn for revenge. Meanwhile, Larry's publicist arranges for him to be interviewed by Maureen O'Boyle, a reporter with a history of romantic entanglements with Arthur. Details
The List Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 24:54   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Reprimanded by Arthur for having spent the weekend with Francine, Larry discovers that his ex-wife not only knows guest Alec Baldwin, but that she slept with him after the break up of their marriage. But, while debating whether or not he can still have Alec on the show, Larry learns that Arthur has known for years about the affair. Meanwhile, as he prepares to open a new restaurant, Hank is forced to seek investors when the rotating floor he wants so badly costs a lot of extra time and money. Details
The Mr. Sharon Stone Show Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 22:41   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     Having been invited to a fundraising dinner with the President and Mrs. Clinton, Larry suddenly must find a date for the high profile event. After Larry puts off Arthur's offer to be his date, Hank announces that guest Sharon Stone's wedding engagement has been called off. Intrigued by her sudden availability, Larry calls on Sharon as she is preparing for the show and gets himself invited to her dinner with director Oliver Stone. Meanwhile, Beverly is offended by the crude language freely employed by her male co-workers. Details
The New Producer The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 27:37   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     While recuperating from surgery, Arthur is upset with changes in the show made by substitute producer Jonathan Littman, even though the new head of Late Night Programming, Sam Fitsgerald, tells Larry that the network is happy with the new look. As Sam congratulates Jonathan for his pointed critique of the show, Larry asks that Jon's memo be kept from his staff and urges his network boss to go slow with any changes. However, when Phil steals a copy of the memo, panic breaks out among the staff as they begin to fear for their jobs. Details
The Spider The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 27:21   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     While preparing for a show with guest Carol Burnett, Larry is told that spider expert Steve Kutcher will also be appearing with some of his spiders. Asked to participate in a Tarantula Arm Race, Larry's fear of spiders causes him to worry but, when Arthur insists it will get huge laughs from his audience, he tentatively agrees to join in. Meanwhile, after having comedian Jon Lovitz and his date over for dinner, Larry tells Jeannie of his concerns about doing a show with spiders, while she points out hat he would do anything for a laugh. Details
The Spiders Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 27:26   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     While preparing for a show with guest Carol Burnett, Larry is told that spider expert Steve Kutcher will also be appearing with some of his spiders. Asked to participate in a Tarantula Arm Race, Larry's fear of spiders causes him to worry but, when Arthur insists it will get huge laughs from his audience, he tentatively agrees to join in. Meanwhile, after having comedian Jon Lovitz and his date over for dinner, Larry tells Jeannie of his concerns about doing a show with spiders, while she points out that he would do anything for a laugh. Details
Warmth The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 22:55   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     After an emotional moment on the air with Richard Simmons to discuss the progress of Hank's new diet, Larry comes across a report on his show's ratings in Arthur's office. Although concerned by the low numbers compared to his competitors, Arthur insists that they mean nothing and insists that Larry forget all about them. However, asked about his image, Jeannie claims it is the hostility bubbling beneath Larry's surface that viewers find attractive. Details
What Have You Done for Me Lately? Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 27:36   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     During a meeting with network executives, Larry is asked to do live commercials to appease his show's sponsors. Reluctant to tamper with the format of his program, Larry worries that they will not work with the style of the show, while Arthur suggests that Hank should be the one to do the spots. However, when that idea is turned down because Hank is already overexposed in the commercial market, Larry is told that the owners are adamant that he be the one doing commercials for the Garden Weasel. Details
What Have You Done for Me Lately? The Larry Sanders Show, Season 1 27:32   $1.99  See Preview/Download
     During a meeting with network executives, Larry is asked to do live commercials to appease his show's sponsors. Reluctant to tamper with the format of his program, Larry worries that they will not work with the style of the show, while Arthur suggests that Hank should be the one to do the spots. However, when that idea is turned down because Hank is already overexposed in the commercial market, Larry is told that the owners are adamant that he be the one doing commercials for the Garden Weasel. Details

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