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Live on tape, from Hollywood, it's The Larry Sanders Show... the greatest TV show about a TV show ever! This series raised the bar with its brutally smart comedy and innovative use of both video and film to distinguish on-air events from the real world backstage.
Garry Shandling stars as Larry Sanders, a neurotic late-night talk show host flanked by his foul-mouthed producer Artie (Rip Torn), and his bumbling sidekick Hank (Jeffrey Tambor), who are all train wrecks and ego off-air, but late-night's finest when the lights are on. With an amazing supporting cast and packed with celebrity guest stars, the series was written and produced by Shandling, Peter Tolan (Rescue Me) and Judd Apatow (Knocked Up), where every episode is full of hilarious laughs, so start watching now, and No Flipping.
Starring: Garry Shandling, Jeffrey Tambor, Rip Torn, Janeane Garofalo, Penny Johnson, Wallace Langham, Scott Thompson, Mary Lynn Rajskub
Guest Stars Include: David Spade, William Shatner, Carol Burnett, Jon Lovitz, Dana Carvey, Michael Richards, Robin Williams, George Forman, Peter Falk, Richard Simmons, Bob Saget, Kathy Ireland, Helen Hunt, Alec Baldwin, Phil Hartman, David Letterman, Hugh Hefner, Roseanne Barr, Jay Leno, George Segal, Adam Sandler, Alex Trebek, John Ritter, Jason Alexander, French Stewart, Danny DeVito, Jimmy Walker, Rita Moreno, Bob Odenkirk, George Wendt, Shadoe Stevens, Sharon Stone, Julianne Phillips, Lisa Edelstein, David Paymer, Dave Thomas, Bobcat Goldthwait, Regis Philbin, Rob Reiner, Richard Belzer, Pauly Shore and Many More!
What Have You Done For Me Lately?
The Spider's Episode
The New Producer Episode
The Flirt Episode
Out of the Loop
The Talk Show Episode
The Warmth Episode
A Brush With (The Elbow Of) Greatness
The 'Hey Now' Episode
Life Behind Larry
Larry Loses Interest
The Performance Artist
The Grand Opening
New York Or LA
You're Having My Baby
Would You Do Me a Favor?
The Gift Episode
Hank's Night in the Sun
The Mr. Sharon Stone Show
Like No Business I Know
Larry Loses a Friend
Doubt of the Benefit
The Fourteenth Floor
Next Stop Bottom
End of the Season
Hank's New Assistant
Arthur After Hours
Hank's Sex Tape
Brother, Can You Spare 1.2 Million?
Conflict of Interest
I Was a Teenage Lesbian
Larry's Big Idea
Beverly and the Prop Job
Larry's on Vacation
Everybody Loves Larry
My Name Is Asher Kingsley
Where Is the Love?
Ellen, or Isn't She?
The New Writer
Make a Wish
Artie and Angie and Hank and Hercules
Pain Equals Funny
Larry's New Love
The Beginning of the End
As My Career Lay Dying
Pilots and Pens Lost
I Buried Sid
Just the Perfect Blendship
Putting the 'Gay' Back in Litigation
The comedy education of Judd Apatow began with unusual access to great comic minds, which he pried for straightforward instruction: How do you tell a joke. Growing up on Long Island as a comedy nerd before there was such a thing (or many others like him), Apatow managed to land interviews with the likes of Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno and Steve Allen, most of whom turned up expecting something other than... It was a foundational beginning for a career that has done a lot to define comedy in the past 20 years, from "The Larry Sanders Show" to "Freaks and Geeks," from "The Cable Guy" to "The 40-Year-Old Virgin. In a new book, "Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy," Apatow, 47, returns to those high-school interviews (he kept the tapes) to publish them, as well as add new, more recent talks with many others (Louis C. K. , Jon Stewart,... The conversations center on comedy — where it comes from, how it works — but grow into more expansive and intimate reflections on life from some of the sharpest, most thoughtful minds around. The intervening decades reveal less about Apatow's much-improved standing than his continuing comedy-nerd curiosity and his ongoing pleasure in what Stewart calls "the joy of the funny. Here are excerpts from a recent Associated Press interview with Apatow:. On his first time performing standup. The first time I did standup, I said to the audience: "Hey, I don't know how to respond to hecklers, so I'd like you to heckle me so I can learn how to do it. " And then the whole crowd started cursing me out. I used to have a tape of it, and on the tape you could hear my friend Kevin Weltmann screaming at people to shut up because they wouldn't stop cursing me out. So they would curse for a while, then I would take a long pause and say, "See, I don't know what to say. On his first paying gig. Roseanne [Barr] gave me the job that changed my life the most because she was the first person to pay me well. I always say money doesn't really change much in life once you can pay for valet parking. I always wanted to be part of those groups of comedians, like Second City. I wasn't able to join "Saturday Night Live" or Second City, but in my own way, I was able to create my own groups of funny people that worked together a lot. It wasn't for me to be successful, it was really for me to collaborate with people I respected. I just loved comedy people and I wanted to be around them. Source: www.sltrib.com
People just want you to be funny!" I really needed to hear that. Garry Shandling was there one night and he said: "You're always at your funniest when you don't look like you're trying to be a comedian. When you're yourself, it works best." So I try to
The brick-wall backdrop of a comedy cellar became cliché, thanks in part to cable TV — one reason Apatow transitioned to writing for Garry Shandling. He also watched as his roommate Adam Sandler shot to stardom on SNL. In his book, he recalls
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CONFESSIONS OF A LATE-NIGHT TALK-SHOW HOST is written by the host of THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW. It is a double whammy of satire, irreverently told in Garry Shandling's inimitable style which deftly weaves together fact and fiction. This is an exclusive up-close-and-personal inspection of what makes Larry Sanders tick: his loves, his addictions, his friends and his enemies. This will be the Hollywood tell-all to end all Hollywood tell-alls; indeed, Larry Sanders might never be able to eat lunch in that town again!
The brick-wall backdrop of a comedy cellar became cliché, thanks in part to cable TV — one reason Apatow transitioned to writing for Garry Shandling. He also watched as his roommate Adam Sandler shot to stardom on SNL. In his book, he recalls wondering ...
I mean, who cares about shit like that? And yet, Larry Sanders is brilliant. Hilarious. A true TV classic. Garry Shandling is so perfect as Sanders that you forget that he’s an actor playing a part in a TV show. And Jeffrey Tambor is such an asshole as S ...
I never think that because I'm only borrowing and stealing from other people. For me, it was material from Garry Shandling, James L. Brooks, Barry Levinson, Cameron Crowe, in a giant way. And Kevin Smith and Todd Solondz. I loved "Welcome to the Dollhouse."
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