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
The Larry Sanders Show Season 6 (1998)
|6x01 Another List |
Larry's ratings are slipping and the suits are looking to replace him with regular guest host Jon Stewart. Hank tries to trade for a fan's ""Hey Now"" license plates.
|Mar. 15, 1998|
|6x02 The Beginning of the End |
Kenny Mitchell joins the show as creative consultant and makes major changes to the format. Larry battles with the network and his agent over his contract.
|Mar. 22, 1998|
|6x03 As My Career Lay Dying |
Larry's staff prepares for the end by secretly looking for new jobs.
|Mar. 29, 1998|
|6x04 Pilots and Pens Lost |
Phil leaves the show to write a pilot. Larry gives Artie a special gift.
|Apr. 05, 1998|
|6x05 The Interview |
Mary Lou dents Hank's car but is terrified to tell him. Larry is interviewed for Extra!
|Apr. 12, 1998|
|6x06 Adolf Hankler |
Larry spends his vacation with his brother who has a business proposition. Guest host Jon Stewart tests the network's censors by booking the Wu-Tang Clan.
|Apr. 19, 1998|
|6x07 Beverly's Secret |
Hank does a remote from Wisconsin. The staff tries to guess the father of Beverly's baby.
|Apr. 26, 1998|
|6x08 I Buried Sid |
Everyone takes Sid's death hard, especially Hank who thinks he may have pushed Sid over the edge.
|May. 03, 1998|
|6x09 Just the Perfect Blendship |
Larry hits on a guest. Hank hits on his doctor. Mary Lou considers letting her best friend be on the show.
|May. 10, 1998|
|6x10 Putting the "Gay" Back in Litigation |
Tired of Phil's gay jokes, Brian sues the show for sexual harrassment.
|May. 17, 1998|
|6x11 Flip |
Larry tapes his last show.
|May. 31, 1998|
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