The Larry Sanders Show - Season 2 Episodes

Episode 1

“The Breakdown (1)”

Larry is a wreck as he faces sinking ratings, no Emmy nominations, and a divorce suit from Jeannie. So Hank and Artie try to fix him up with attractive women. But the only one he really connects with is Francine, his first wife.

Episode 2

“The Breakdown (2)”

Larry is a wreck as he faces sinking ratings, no Emmy nominations, and a divorce suit from Jeannie. So Hank and Artie try to fix him up with attractive women. But the only one he really connects with is Francine, his first wife.

Episode 3

“The List”

A chance remark by Francine leads Larry to ask for a list of all her sexual partners since their divorce.

Episode 4

“The Stalker”

Larry gets a little paranoid when he learns he's being stalked by an obsessed fan.

Episode 5

“Larry's Agent”

Larry decides he needs a new high-power agent to negotiate his new deal with the network.

Episode 6

“The Hankerciser 200”

Francine is injured using an exercise device being endorsed by Hank who's afraid she'll write about it.

Episode 7

“Life Behind Larry”

Everybody has their own ideas about who should host the show being readied to follow Larry, while Larry worries over not winning a major award again.

Episode 8

“Artie's Gone”

Artie gets stuck on the highway during torrential rains and mud-slides leaving Paula the booker to function as the producer for the show.

Episode 9

“Larry Loses Interest”

As the show's traditional anniversary show approaches, Larry finds it all boring and tedious, so he plays with the idea of writing a book while rumors spread about a film role.

Episode 10

“Larry's Partner”

Larry reluctantly agrees to hire his former comedy partner as a show writer.

Episode 11

“Broadcast Nudes”

Hank manipulates Darlene into agreeing to do a Playboy spread and Larry worries about appearing in Architectural Digest.

Episode 12

“Larry's Birthday”

Larry celebrates his birthday and the gang all struggle to top each other with their birthday gifts to him. Meanwhile the celebration is darkened by the firing of one of the writers.

Episode 13

“Being There”

Larry and Francine quarrel over her commitment to their renewed relationship.

Episode 14

“Performance Artist”

In an effort to freshen up the guest list, Larry agrees to have a controversial performance on, then chickens out when he sees the guy's routine.

Episode 15

“Hank's Wedding”

Larry tries to decide about warning an elated Hank about his new bride when the "Hey now!" guy announces he's going to marry a younger woman he has just recently met.

Episode 16

“Off Camera”

Artie has a terrible day backstage with an Entertainment Weekly writer prowling around, John Ritter and Gene Siskel nearly coming to blows, and a stray dog nipping at everyone.

Episode 17

“The Grand Opening”

Larry goes on vacation, but the problems follow him as Hank alienates a series of co-hosts as he anxiously awaits the opening night of Hank's Lookaround Restaurant.

Episode 18

“L.A. or N.Y.?”

Larry seriously considers either quitting the biz or moving his show to New York after the network's new owner begins to meddle with the format.