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Larry vows to topple a sacred dating taboo, and regrets making concessions to his new office neighbor; Jeffʼs alibi to get out of a dinner backfires.

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Larry David
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Jeff Greene
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Susie Greene
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Richard Lewis
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Miriam
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Eulogizer
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Heidi
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Stu
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Dr. Rivkin
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Dino
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Mimi (as Anjelah Johnson)
Wade Kelley ...
Funeral Stranger #1
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Jim O'Malley
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Funeral Stranger #2
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Antoinette (as Antoinette Spolar-Levine)
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Rosemary

Directed by

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Jeff Schaffer

Written by (WGA)

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Larry David ... (story by) &
Alec Berg ... (story by) &
David Mandel ... (story by) &
Jeff Schaffer ... (story by)

Produced by

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Larry David ... executive producer
Jeff Garlin ... executive producer
Tim Gibbons ... executive producer
Gavin Polone ... executive producer
Laura Streicher ... producer

Editorial Department

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Heydar Adel ... on-line editor
Jennifer Dornbush ... lead logger
Jenifer Kory ... post-production coordinator
Ken Van Deest ... final colorist

Casting By

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Dorian Frankel

Production Design by

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Michael Whetstone ... (series production design)

Art Direction by

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Patrick Parkhurst

Costume Design by

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Christina Mongini

Makeup Department

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Helen Kalognomos ... key makeup artist
Thomas Kolarek ... makeup department head

Production Management

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John McCoy ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jonathan Harris ... second assistant director
Dale Stern ... associate director / second unit director

Art Department

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Marc Berline ... construction coordinator
Dort Clark ... property master
Tracy Shao ... art department assistant (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Ryan Adams ... adr recordist/editor / sound design & effects editor / sound editor
William F. MacPherson ... sound mixer
Paul Vitolins ... dialogue editor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Bianca Bahena ... assistant camera
Rusty Davis ... grip
Peter DePhilippis ... first assistant camera
James J. Ferris ... electrician
Stephen Furry ... best boy grip
Michael Goldman ... grip
Jonas Lagunoff ... key grip
Noah Prince ... lighting technician: new york
Jon Purdy ... camera operator
Daryl Studebaker ... camera operator

Casting Department

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Marlise Gunzenhauser ... casting associate
Guy Yosub ... extras casting (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Robin Prather ... key set costumer

Location Management

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Dan Cooley ... key assistant location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Elizabeth C. Axford ... musician: piano
Luciano Michelini ... composer: theme music

Transportation Department

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Chris Haynes ... driver
Ted Joneson ... production van driver operator
Chris Marchesona ... grip driver
Derek Severson ... production van driver operator

Other crew

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Jerri Churchill ... stage manager
Jay Cipriani ... writers assistant
Graham Geraghty ... production assistant
Ryan Guellow ... production secretary
Wendi Hauser ... assistant to executive producer
Ryan Janata ... production coordinator
Heather Marion ... assistant: Mr. Garlin
Deborah Ricketts ... archive researcher
Andrew Horng ... accounting clerk (uncredited)
Jeanne Chin Lee ... second assistant accountant (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Larry vows to topple a sacred dating taboo, and regrets making concessions to his new office neighbor; Jeffʼs alibi to get out of a dinner backfires. Written by HBO Publicity

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  • 30 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia On Larry's office wall is a poster advertising Mel Brooks' musical "The Producers", in which Larry and David Schwimmer starred in a previous season of the series. See more »
Goofs In the breakup scene, in 'real time', the large clock in the background goes from 2.55 to 4.05 in less than two screen minutes. See more »
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