HBO television sitcom about Larry Sanders, a talk-show host. This show goes 'behind-the-scenes' to reveal Larry's humorous interactions with the producers and guests. Written by
Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>
Throughout the series, Larry Sanders and other characters in the main cast make comments about other TV show hosts like David Letterman, Larry King, Arsenio Hall, Jon Stewart, Bill Maher, Jay Leno, Pat Sajak, Conan O'Brien, Johnny Carson and Tom Snyder. With the exception of Hall, O'Brien and Carson, all the others made appearances on the show. See more »
Hey listen, would you like to come on my show tomorrow night and just say hello and goodbye to me? Because it's the end of the whole thing tomorrow night.
I could say goodbye to you now.
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Sufficiently skewers the late-night circuit. The most important names in 21st century comedy were on this show. Forget Seinfeld, this was the funniest show on TV of its time, because it felt so real. Can Garry Shandling ever do another show after this? He may have shot his career in the foot after exposing the true demons that run in entertainment circles. Devastatingly funny and will be influential to many. One of a kind. "I hate you, I hate my audience, I hate this network, I hate this job, I hate myself. So, your show is on Tuesdays at 8:30 on ABC, right? We'll be right back. Stay tuned."
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