Network executives have reluctant Larry do a live commercial.
A comic accepts Larry's help then appears on a competing show.
Larry's fear of spiders proves to be a problem for the show.
Hank is upset when Dana Carvey subs for Larry.
A substitute producer tries to oust sick Artie.
Jeannie accuses Larry of flirting with guest Mimi Rogers.
Hank holds out for more cash and a "Hankmobile" golf cart for on-set mobility.
Larry wants "in" on the day-to-day operations of the show.
Larry suffers a devastating concentration lapse on the show.
Larry discovers he is throwing a dinner party that he didn't plan.
Larry hires a focus group to improve his "likability."
When a woman says Larry pushed her, it becomes tabloid fare.
Larry and Hank argue over Hank's on-air napping.