Season Seven premiere. Larry attempts a preemptive breakup with an ailing Loretta, and learns (with Jeff) that you can’t make an "empty gesture" to a Funkhouser.
Larry deliberately tries to annoy Loretta, against the advice of a renowned doctor, and dooms Richard Lewis' new relationship.
Larry resists Jeff’s suggestion to do a Seinfeld reunion special--until he figures out a compelling personal reason to do so.
Larry rats out Christian Slater at Ted and Mary’s anniversary party, but later gets his payback at a restaurant rendezvous with an old flame.
Larry learns to embrace the upside of disability without actually being disabled, and looks to disprove the rumor that Rosie O’Donnell can kick his ass.
Larry and Jerry Seinfeld consider incorporating Larry's latest real-life experience--involving a bare-midriff assistant and a crying Jesus--into the reunion show.
Larry twice encounters bad luck on the same golf hole.
Jeff’s indiscretion forces Larry to embrace his feminine side; one of Jeff’s clients competes with Cheryl for a Seinfeld role; a local law officer shares an unusual name.
Larry gets frustrated by a nine-year-old’s emails; Leon poses as a dead man; Jerry befriends Funkhauser.
In the Season Seven finale, a returned favor costs Larry quality time with Cheryl.
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