He's got it all: a loving wife, good friends, a successful career, a great home..what could possibly go wrong for Larry David? Seinfeld co-creator Larry David stars as himself in this hilarious, off-kilter comedy series that presents an unflinching, self-depreciating depiction of his life.
Cast: Larry David, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman
Thanks to Larry's manager, Jeff, Cheryl is up for a part in "The Vagina Monologues." Meanwhile, Larry runs into an ex, who asks him to attend a survivors-of-incest support group with her to lend moral support while she deals with her past.
Cheryl needs a prescription picked up for a terrible rash, which is repeatedly complicated by Larry, including a bad joke that he tells in front of Richard Lewis' doctor.
When Cheryl's aunt dies, the family asks Larry to write the obituary. But when it gets printed in the newspaper, an unfortunate typo lands Larry in the hot seat.
Jeff gets a new car, and when Larry takes it for a spin, a commercial comes on the radio for AAMCO, with a noise sounding much like a car horn from behind. Upon hearing this, Larry curses the man behind him, prompting the man to rear-end Jeff's brand new car. Also, Larry and Cheryl hold a dinner party.
Cheryl gives Larry an ultimatum - bury the wire in the backyard - or else! But the permit the city gives Larry requires six signatures from his neighbors, and that means having to be nice to them at all costs - or else.
Larry has some medical problems involving a certain bracelet. No biggy. Then larger problems arise when Larry finds out he shares the same interior decorator as Diane Keaton.
Larry is continually thwarted in his effort to buy a bracelet as a peacemaking gift for Cheryl.
Larry sets off a bizarre chain of events (as he always seems to do) in which he is forced to attend a party at the home of a porno businessman.
Larry and Cheryl enjoy their bowling double-date with Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen, but it ends badly when Larry accuses the bowling alley of misplacing his sneakers. Later, Ted gets the wrong idea about Larry when he goes shopping with Mary at a downtown department store.
An innocent bunch up in Larry's trousers causes a misunderstanding with Cheryl's friend Nancy at the movies. He also manages to offend the new girlfriend of his friend Richard Lewis.