In the fourth-season finale, Larry David flies to New York with fellow performers David Schwimmer and Cady Huffman to star on Broadway in "The Producers". Along the way, he argues with ... See full summary »

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In the fourth-season finale, Larry David flies to New York with fellow performers David Schwimmer and Cady Huffman to star on Broadway in "The Producers". Along the way, he argues with Schwimmer, develops a strange relationship with Huffman, finds he's tipping way too often and attempts to use his 10th anniversary gift from Cheryl. On stage, Larry and David put aside their differences and blow the audience away - unexpectedly, Mel Brooks isn't impressed. Written by Tomius J. Barnard

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Based on Mel Brooks (1967) The Producers, but in this episode Mel Brooks is in essence the main character he created, Max Bialystock See more »

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When Larry takes his leave of Cheryl at the start of the show he has a bag over each shoulder when they kiss, but only one when he pulls away. See more »

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Bellman: This is your key, access to your room. It's a card. This is a card slot. Simply insert the card into the slot, there's a beeping, wait a second, firmly apply pressure, and in you go.
Larry David: That's fascinating.
Bellman: Some of the amenities quickly. You have a telephone; dial 9 to get out. Uh, a television here. And you have a remote control for power on and off, channel up and down, volume up and down. A minibar also underneath.
Larry David: Got it, got it.
Bellman: Thermostat for air temperature control.
Larry David: Yeah, I've seen those.
Bellman: ...
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References The Producers (1967) See more »

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Leo & Max
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Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks
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WOW! How has this episode only got 7.2???
11 April 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Larry David proves his comical genius in this episode. It starts off in Larry's bedroom discussing with Cheryl whether she should come to New York with him or not, to accompany him in the upcoming 3 nights before the show. He doesn't want her to come because he thinks that she should continue doing her environmental work, but she thinks it's because he wants to be alone so that he can find women that he can have sex with, as she gave him permission in her 10th Anniversary present. He denies this and heads off to the airport to meet Jeff. When he sees Jeff it is revealed that Cheryl was right, he did want to go without her so that he could benefit from her Anniversary gift. I won't give anymore of the plot away, but I will say that this episode is tense, hilarious, shocking and expertly filmed and written. David Schwimmer and Larry David are absolutely brilliant in their delivery. Maz Jobrani is also surprisingly funny as the Sikh technician who works at the hotel.


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