The Larry Sanders Show mixed video-taped footage of the fictional broadcast show (which was recorded in front of an actual live studio audience) with "behind the scenes" footage shot on film (for example, Larry talking to his guests during the commercial break or the everyday workings of the office between shows). As such it featured real-life cele
Last Episode06x11 Flip Aired: May. 31, 1998
Larry tapes his last show.
Series Fun Facts
- Throughout the course of the series, 187 celebrities appeared as themselves.
- Jeremy Piven left the show because he felt his character was not given much to do in the series. His character, Jerry, gets fired in the second episode of the second season.
- David Duchovny's appearances on the show focused on his attraction to Larry. This is a joke that has outlived the Sanders show itself, resurfacing, among other places, on Duchovny's show The…
[show]David Duchovny's appearances on the show focused on his attraction to Larry. This is a joke that has outlived the Sanders show itself, resurfacing, among other places, on Duchovny's show The X-Files (in the episode "Hollywood A.D.", Garry Shandling, appears as himself, Gillian Anderson's character comments to Duchovny's character "I think that Téa Leoni has a little crush on you...I think that Shandling likes you a bit too.") and in a skit filmed for The 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (2004) (TV).