It’s Garry Shandling’s Show – tape 1803

Some more from Garry Shandling on Bravo now. In Home Sweet Home the condo association give Garry an eviction notice for broadcasting his show from his home.

Rob Reiner comes to Garry’s help, but it slightly backfires.

Rob Reiner

The next episode has a flashback to 1973.

Flashback

Garry wants to save Mr Peck’s, the place where he got his start.

As well as Rob Reiner (again) he asks for his dad Carl Reiner’s help.

Carl Reiner

Also asked for help is Chevy Chase.

Chevy Chase

Bruno Kirby plays Garry’s agent.

Bruno Kirby

The next episode is the benefit for Mr Peck’s club, featuring, among others, Paula Poundstone

Paula Poundstone

Dabney Coleman

Dabney Coleman

In the next episode, Grant Schumacher is accused by the school bully of hitting him with a lead pipe. He’s saved by the testimony of the studio audience, who saw the whole thing.

In the next episode, Garry has a date with Sheena Easton to go whale watching.

Sheena Easton

After this episode, the recording stops, and underneath there’s an old film, The Brain that Wouldn’y Die.

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2 comments

  1. Rob Reiner guested in the Larry Sanders episode about the dubious motives of celebs doing charity shows, the terrifically-named Doubt of the Benefit. I’m sensing a theme…

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