The comedy series continues to prove how seemingly trivial details of one's day-to-day life - a cold cup of coffee, a stained shirt, a missing toothbrush - can precipitate a catastrophic chain of events.
A discovery in Larry's backyard threatens to derail his latest creative venture, while a clumsy mishap threatens the future of his latest romance. Albert Brooks hosts an unprecedented event, and Leon makes arrangements for an upcoming trip.
Larry is forced to attend an ill-fated work meeting and investigates the truth behind a faulty toilet. Determined to unravel a mystery of his own, Jeff employs Larry's detective skills.
In a last-ditch effort, Larry enlists Cheryl's help with a project and, later, concocts a plan that could finally save his newest creative venture.
After agreeing to take Susie's new rabbi golfing, Larry then cashes in on her favour. Later, Larry's appeal to Woody Harrelson's animal rights activism comes with unexpected consequences.
While he and his date swap secrets, Larry runs afoul of the rules and regulations at a sushi restaurant. No good deed goes unpunished for Freddy Funkhouser.
Larry navigates the complexities of requesting a new chauffeur, letting his roofer do his job, and imparting some constructive criticism to his chiropractor.
Ahead of Election Day, Larry befriends City Councilwoman Irma Kostroski while mediating a conflict between a difficult actor and his prop master.
Larry does damage control to remain in Irma's good graces while encouraging Leon to monetise his knack for husbandly counsel.
Larry seizes an opportunity to avoid Irma as he’s roped into Jeff’s latest apology tour.
Larry gives some unsolicited marriage advice and hosts an event for an American hero.
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