Flip - Part I: Larry prepares to close out his talk show career with one final show.
Putting The 'Gay' Back In Litigation: Larry's final week on the show is marred when Phil's gay jokes force Brian to sue for sexual harassment.
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.
I Buried Sid: Hank worries that his jealous criticism drove Larry's longtime cue card man to commit suicide.
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.
Guest host Jon Stewart stumbles when he tries to refashion Larry's show.
The Interview: Larry tries to have a revealing interview edited; Mary Lou tries telling Hank that she hit his car.
Pilots And Pens Lost: Arthur loses a valuable gift from Larry; Phil quits to write his own show.
As My Career Lay Dying: With Larry's show coming to an end, everyone on the staff looks to the future.
Show 604: Larry's stalled contract negotiations could mean the end of his show.
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.
Larry's New Love: Larry's in love, but his co-workers suspect his new girlfriend may have an ulterior motive.
The Roast: Arthur persuades Larry to be honored at a celebrity roast.
Pain Equals Funny: Larry makes Paula a producer without consulting Arthur first; Phil's girlfriend affects his work.
The Book: Larry decides to write a kiss-and-tell memoir of his show business career.
The Prank: While Larry suspects new girlfriend Lori Loughlin of stealing some money, Hank woos a down-to-earth single mother; Phil hatches a scheme to meet some attractive young models.
In the wake of Larry's questionable romances and Hank's struggle with hiring a gay assistant, a guest host's attempt at a coup threatens the late night show's future.
Hank auditions to guest host while Larry is on vacation, from The Larry Sanders Show episode 9.
Larry returns following his brief retirement in Montana to fight threats of a paternity suit and deal with a series of possible staff defections, while Artie has to hold Hank's hand after his new wife leaves him.
Larry's sagging ratings prompt the network to announce his replacement, leaving his staff to salvage their own careers as his show careens toward a star-studded finale.
Emmy award nominee Garry Shandling takes us behind the scenes of the late night talk show circuit. He hosts real-life celebrities in this comical account of the day-to-day working and feverish pace of a TV talk show.
While Larry deals with romantic advances from David Duchovny and a new girlfriend who is using him to further her acting career, being a Good Samaritan spawns rumors that Hank is gay.
As Larry deals with the fallout from his impending divorce and the sale of the network, Hank struggles with his own romantic foibles as he tries to launch an ill-fated theme restaurant.
The writers obtain a copy of a classified memo, from The Larry Sanders Show, episode 11.