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.

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Jeff Greene
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Security Guard
Scott Butler ...
Man at Gas Station
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Sunglasses Saleswoman
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Susie Greene
Paul Goebel ...
Gas Station Attendant
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Female Hotel Clerk (as Karen Gordon)
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Jeff Greene's Dad
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Julie Payne ...
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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.

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3 December 2000 (USA)  »

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Cheryl Hines and Craig Anton later played a husband and wife in Everybody Loves Raymond: Annoying Kid (2002). See more »

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We get a close-up of the clock when Larry wakes up at 2.06am. After an altercation he is thrown out of the house and drives to a hotel where the clock at reception reads 1.55. See more »

Quotes

Larry David: What?
[Cheryl's family is glaring at Larry]
Larry David: What?
Cheryl David: What? We got the paper, that's what
[slaps aunt's obit into his hands]
Cheryl David: .
Cheryl's Father: Devoted sister, beloved CUNT? Huh? That's what you put in the paper?
[Cheryl's mother cries out in anguish]
Larry David: [looking at obit] Oh God... this is a typo! That's *aunt*, that should be AUNT!
Cheryl David: Did Jeff look at this before he turned it in?
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Spoofs The Godfather (1972) See more »

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Composed by Luciano Michelini
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