- Director:Todd Holland
- Writer:Garry Shandling,Dennis Klein
- Cast:Garry Shandling,Jeffrey Tambor,Wallace Langham
|Episode cast overview, first billed only:|
|Garry Shandling||-||Larry Sanders|
|Jeffrey Tambor||-||Hank Kingsley|
|Penny Johnson Jerald||-||Beverly Barnes (as Penny Johnson)|
|Mary Lynn Rajskub||-||Marylou Collins|
|Tim Allen||-||Tim Allen|
|Warren Beatty||-||Warren Beatty|
|Clint Black||-||Clint Black|
|Carol Burnett||-||Carol Burnett|
|Jim Carrey||-||Jim Carrey|
|Ellen DeGeneres||-||Ellen DeGeneres|
|David Duchovny||-||David Duchovny|
|Greg Kinnear||-||Greg Kinnear|
In this episode Bruno Kirby is booked on the show, but bumped for Greg Kinnear. For the "Not Only The Best Of The Larry Sanders Show" DVD, Bruno Kirby is seen coming onto the set to do the narration for The Making of Larry Sanders, only to find that once again he was "bumped" for Greg Kinnear.
Sean Penn lists the cast of "Hurlyburly" including "Garry Shandling", and then proceeds to criticize Shandling. Of course Garry Shandling plays Larry Sanders.
Thirteen celebrities appear as themselves in this episode, making this the episode with the most celebrity cameos.
Bob Odenkirk's character Stevie Grant "lies" to Jon Stewart, telling him his show will run for 20 years. Ironically, Stewart's The Daily Show (1996) ran for 20 seasons with Jon as host.
The longest episode in the show, running close to an hour.
Of all the famous faces from the past of the show, Paula is the only one absent from the main cast.
Jim Carrey and Jeffrey Tambor later co-starred in How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000).
Last show of the series.
This marks as the only episode where PR agent Norman Litkey doesn't utter his usual trademark line "I'm wetting myself".
The episode won 2 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series.