Larry finds himself in opposition to a network executive who wants him to do live commercials during the show for "The Garden Weasel."
Larry is annoyed that David Spade is booked on another show and Hank's fan club visits.
Larry battles his reluctance when real live spiders are scheduled for the show, and tries to find a sketch to do with guest Carol Burnett.
The success of Dana Carvey as a guest host on his show makes Larry very, very nervous.
A friend of Larry's temporarily replaces Artie as producer but schemes to make the job permanent.
Jeannie becomes very jealous and accuses Larry of flirting with a playful Mimi Rogers on the show.
It's contract negotiation time for Hank and he's going for a raise ... and a golf cart.
Larry feels out of touch when he's the last to know that his headwriter is having a torrid office affair.
An argument at home with Jeannie causes Larry to lose his concentration during the show that night.
>Larry's little dinner at home with Arthur, initiated by Jeannie, escalates into a full-blown party and causes Larry to become extremely paranoid.
Worried about his ratings, Larry hires a focus group to help him tighten up the show.
Larry makes the tabloids when a woman claims he knocked her into a magazine rack and neglected to apologize.
Hank falls asleep during the show, which is just the last straw for a fed-up Larry.