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Thanks to Larry's miscommunication on his new cell phone, Richard Lewis' girlfriend succumbs to peanut allergies a week before they're supposed to go to the Emmy Awards. A practicing Christian Scientist, she doesn't take any medicine, so Richard and Larry devise a scheme to cook up some brownies laced with medicine. Like all things Larry does, the plan backfires. Written by halo1k

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When Larry, Cheryl, Richard Lewis and his girlfriend are eating brownies, the number of brownies on the tray switches between seven and five several times. See more »

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Average episode of the show
5 June 2007 | by (England) – See all my reviews

"The Benadryl Brownie" fails to reach the comedic heights of the previous episode but still manages to beat most comedy shows into submission without breaking a sweat.

There's the usual mix of human error, misunderstandings, coincidence and selfish behaviour in this episode, leading to some humorous situations. The ultimate pay-off isn't totally satisfactory but this is still worthy of a viewing.

Wanda Sykes makes a welcome return as Larry's nemesis, Wanda, and Richard Lewis is superb.

7 out of 10 in terms of a "Curb" score but still very good entertainment.


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