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When Susie comes in, Larry recreates the gesture he made to Hal and asks her to translate. Then, when Larry mentions he needs a date to see 'Grease' at the middle school, Mike, the Greene's exterminator, overhears and says he'd love to go.
Cornered, Larry agrees to the date. But first, his father, Nat, stops by and reports that he had a wonderful massage and is now in love with his masseuse Lisa because of the special love she showed him and he wants to buy her a present. Before Larry can set him straight, Cheryl calls out for him. She wants wheat toast. Larry runs down to make toast, pausing Leon's toast to do so 5.
When he brings her limp bread instead of toast, Cheryl rejects it but Loretta is shouting for him that she's late and he has to go. He grabs the wrong cell phone as he runs out. Blaming the toaster, Larry insists they buy a new one. At the store, Larry sees Loretta checking out a cute guy and comments, but Loretta claims he's not her shade 6.
Larry spots Jean shopping and goes over to apologize. Talking loudly and gesturing broadly, he gets his message across that he was joking about her dog looking like a rat. He also tries to explain the misunderstanding with Hal 7. But later, when Larry is explaining to his father that he hired the masseuse to give him a happy ending, Jean sees Larry making a yanking gesture from across the store, and is again offended.
Larry leaves a message for Hal to call him on his cell so he can explain this latest misunderstanding. Meanwhile, Hal calls Larry's cell to tell him off for offending Jean yet again, and gets Leon. Hal is outraged, thinking Larry is putting on a black guy character to make fun of Hal and hangs up in a rage. But Larry denies that Leon got a call about a job and Leon denies he answered a call from Hal. When Mike arrives to be Larry's date for 'Grease,' Leon questions him at the door like an overprotective father, while the two men wait for Larry.
Larry finally comes down and they head off to the play. But before the show starts, Jean stomps up and causes a scene, angrily signing to Susie that Larry made racist comments to Hal on the phone. But Larry would rather feel her breasts than eat toast, much to Cheryl's disgust. Larry comes on to her instead. This isn't the kind of attention Cheryl wants. Hal disagrees. Jeff agrees but prefers the reverse: sex when he's sick. Larry admits he likes it either way. Larry insists you can pause toast.
That is until Cheryl says her bread needs further toasting, at which point Larry takes the opposing position to suggest it's too late: you can't pause toast. Larry says shade is not an issue for him; he can go from albino to Heart-of-Darkness, Africa. He was drying his hands. She's on a turbulent flight in the middle of a storm and wants some comfort but Larry can't quite hear her and is too worried about losing the Tivo guy to pay much attention.
He tells her to call back. Cheryl hangs up in disgust and grabs the hand of the man seated next to her as the plane bumps along. Larry can't believe she met someone else and demands to know if he's as prepared as Larry is at all times 3. Cheryl doesn't know, but says he owns his own underwear company 4. A despondent Larry interrupts a dinner party at the Greene's who are entertaining the Funkhousers.
Susie makes him a plate 5 and Larry explains about the phone call from the plane and the Tivo guy. Even though everyone thinks Larry was in the wrong in this case, Susie states that people are going to take sides, and they all agree to stand behind Larry. When the phone rings, Susie won't let Larry answer it 6. Hanging up, he notices an invitation to their friend Simon's party. Larry recently loaned Simon money and Larry's upset he's throwing an extravagant birthday party.
He asks her to call the hostess at Primo's to confirm his story but Cheryl refuses. Simon insists Larry's money was for something different. He also tells Larry he's not invited to the party, he and his wife have chosen Cheryl. When the drycleaner gets upset, Jeff tells Larry he'll make a call to her agent and get a replacement. Marty and Jodi Funkhouser see Larry and Marty breaks the news that they've decided to go with Cheryl after all. But Larry talks his way in, spying Elenna the housekeeper - who has also gone with Cheryl.
Then Cheryl and her date appear. Larry grills Cheryl's date on whether he has mints, a pen and tissues he does , and challenges him on the need for flyless underwear 7. They hit it off and Larry invites her on a date 8 to Primo's. They run into Ted Danson 9 and after Lucy leaves, Larry asks Ted why he hasn't been invited to his charity event and Ted admits he's picked Cheryl.
But on his way out, he remembers he has to Tivo the Lakers game and turns back quickly, but doubles over in pain. Leon rushes him to the ER where Larry learns his testicles got ensnared in the fly of his underwear The doctor prescribes No Fly Zone underwear, icing his testicles and no sex for a week. Lucy invites Larry over to her house but when Larry tells her he can't have sex for a week, she is disgusted with his presumption and storms off.
While he's arguing with the bouncer, Richard Lewis shows up. Larry insists he's paying for Richard and tries to stop him from entering. But Lewis argues it's business, not personal. They tussle and Larry collapses in pain: his long balls were hit. Chit chat, not dirty talk, e. But she now realizes: there is no other side. Larry does. Susie insists it's the same amount of food, just a smaller plate. Larry thinks it might be Cheryl. Larry, however, believes that the penis needs an option.
Jeff empathizes and they move on to discuss his impending operation to help his terrible snoring. He also tells Larry he's excited because Ben Stiller may sign with him as a client. Larry suspects that their waitress isn't nice to him because he's bald, an idea Jeff waves off.
When Larry goes to drop off a prescription, Jeff eats his fries while he's gone. Jeff denies knowing anything about the missing fries when Larry returns but the woman at the next table, Dr. Sheila Flomm, tips Larry off that Jeff ate the fries. Larry defends himself 2. He promises no more hugging and insists that he's trying to get a date so he's not so starved for affection.
When he goes to pick her up, her brother and sister are staying with her. Larry explains that he has the Black's staying with him and knows what it's like to have long-term house guests. He asks her about his groin problem 4 and she explains how he should massage it.
As the evening progresses she suggests they move it to her bedroom 5. But by the time she gets upstairs to join him, she announces her brother and sister have come home and they need to change their plans 6. Flomm recommended, Auntie Rae spots him and runs off in disgust.
Later, Larry is having lunch with Sheila Flomm and she gives him a note 7 to read expressing her feelings. When he excuses himself to use the men's bathroom, Larry overhears someone using the N word while making a cell phone call. Outraged, he relays the story to Sheila back at their table and just as he says the N word, quoting the guy on the phone, an African-American doctor walks by and lets Larry have it in a tirade of anger.
Page, comes into Jeff's surgery in a rage, and insists that Jeff's head be shaved for his surgery. Susie and Jeff are horrified by Jeff's bald head, not to mention the news that the surgery was cancelled. Page apologetically explains he'd just been victimized in the cafeteria and was so upset he mistakenly shaved Jeff's head. Page was so mad at. Larry explains that he was simply relaying a conversation he overheard — but as he gets to the N word, Loretta hears him and calls on Leon and Auntie Rae who start screaming as Larry struggles to defend himself.
The Blacks say they're moving out. Susie offers for them to stay at their place. Jeff meets up with Larry and reports that Stiller said no. Larry says it's because he's bald and when Jeff goes to order from the waitress, she now is rude to him. Jeff asks him how Larry deals with it. Larry explains he gets support from his bald brothers 8. Would love to get together Friday night at the Bellaire Regency Hotel. Just the two of us I know you feel the same way.
Tell me your life wouldn't be better without the Blacks. In his anger, he gives Larry the wrong Rx and Larry unwittingly starts taking estrogen. Sheila drives him home, where Larry discovers his Rx is wrong. Later that night, moping on his couch, Larry reminisces about the good times with Cheryl. But he isn't alone long; unable to sleep with Jeff's snoring, the Black's return to Larry's in the middle of the night. Next, Larry testifies, explaining how he overheard the guy in the bathroom talking on the phone and just as he is about to explain how the guy said the N word, Dr.
Page joins them. Larry, frozen with fear, won't say it. As the audience, the Greene's and the medical board all shout at him to say it, Larry shakes his head, shutting up for once. Larry's is a feral tiger. Flomm is very similar to scheduling a doctor's appointment. No, no meetings, Larry explains. But they recognize each other on the street and nod in support.
Ben Stiller won't work with him. He's losing millions. When he mentions the Old Larry hated her sister, it gives Cheryl pause. But for the most part she's impressed that he's trying to change. He invites her to the movies and dinner. Cheryl would love to, but she wants to talk to her therapist Dr.
Slavin first. Bright, about how well the date went with Cheryl. Larry starts to protest but when Cheryl says it's a good cause, he makes the pledge — once again impressing Cheryl with New Larry. He asks her to move back in and she's touched, but when he gives her a Monday deadline she storms out. Larry chases after her shouting that his therapist told him to give her the ultimatum but she doesn't believe him. Bright's office screaming at him for the ultimatum advice 5.
He drags Dr. Bright to Cheryl's to set things straight. Larry is impressed with Cheryl's new place on the beach. She explains that her therapist recommended it 6. Bright explains to Cheryl the ultimatum was his idea, and takes full responsibility for the New Larry.
But when Cheryl starts to get the idea that some of the other positive changes weren't Larry's idea she gets confused again and says she needs to talk to her therapist. Bright discuss the Cheryl situation. Larry believes that since Cheryl won't make a move without talking to her therapist, Larry needs to meet Dr.
Slavin so she can think he's a terrific guy. Larry has an idea and the three head out to explain Larry's scheme to Leon 7 who agrees, but has a suggestion to make the plan more effective 8. Loretta suggests that Dr. Bright do it 9 and he agrees. Bright and Larry stage the purse snatching and all goes well until the cops pull up and catch Bright as he runs off while Larry accepts the therapist's gratitude Larry manages to introduce himself and and joins her for a cup of coffee; when she tells him she's a therapist, he confides how sad he is that his wife left him and how she never really appreciated Larry's kind side.
Bright in jail to report that the plan is working well. Bright says this isn't his top priority at the moment. He is very upset with his accomodations Larry promises he'll get him out but has to cut their session short because he needs to talk to Cheryl who is getting out of therapy.
But when he calls Cheryl, she says her therapist told her not to talk to Larry ever again. Larry finds Jeff taking part in the Alzheimer's walkathon to report this news. Jeff says it makes no sense. Larry realizes Dr. Slavin must like him, she wants him for herself. Larry demands to know why he's not walking and Marty says he raises money, he doesn't walk.
Larry gets an idea while they're arguing about the ethics of this. He meets with Dr. Slavin again and tells her he's been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. She confesses she was interested in him, but now urges him to get back with his wife. They are interrupted by a police detective who needs to get a description of the purse snatcher from Larry.
Using Alzheimer's as an excuse, Larry says he can't remember. Bright is released and Cheryl and Larry have a date at the carnival that is going extremely well. Meanwhile, Dr. Bright goes to see a therapist — Dr. Slavin — because he's so distraught over the whole jail experience. Just as Cheryl agrees to move back with Larry, she gets an urgent call and listens intently to what Dr. Slavin has to say. He wants to travel in Europe on bicycles with Cheryl. Maybe even go scuba diving even though he can't see underwater; he'll feel around for the fish.
The only thing New Larry is keeping from Old Larry is the minty breath. At the movie, take her hand and say: 'I love you. But the therapist cuts him off; they are out of time. Bright thinks this was good advice. Larry points out that Dr. Bright says he would have, eventually. Have him get your ass out of it! Bright's feet stick out of the bars when he lies in his bed. His cellmate doesn't speak English and weighs over pounds. If he's nice, she'll think he likes her. He won't get out of bed and is depressed about Cheryl leaving.
The two men go to Larry's bedside and take a tough love approach to coaxing him out of being so mope 1. Larry insists he can't imagine himself with anyone other than Cheryl and when Jeff tells him Cheryl is coming to Sammi's Bat Mitzvah 2. Larry gets more upset. The Blacks then announce that they are moving out; their house rehab is finished. Daryl comes running out, upset that his gerbil has escaped and they all disperse to look for it.
She also tells him Matt Tessler, who was a 'Seinfeld' director, called to say he's stopping by. Larry groans, and guesses it's because Matt wants him to put in a good word for him to direct Richard Lewis's pilot. Larry thinks Matt is a terrible director.
He and Antoinette discuss that Matt has a son with some sort of disability 4. Matt drops in and, sure enough, tells Larry he's been stuck in the dramedy ghetto 5 and would like his help with Lewis's pilot. Cornered, Larry agrees to recommend him to Richard. Just then, Antoinette cuts in to ask if Larry still has the tickle in his anus, because she can't get him a doctor's appointment for awhile. Larry is mortified and denies any tickle, but Matt insists he has a cousin who works for a top gastroenterologist and he can get him in right away.
It should be private. She says she will take it up with the home office. In the waiting room, he flirts with another patient but is called into his appointment before he can get her name. When the doctor comes in and asks what the problem is, Larry looks at him with disbelief.
Exiting the office, Larry sees the woman he was flirting with is gone. He tries to look at the sign-in sheet to get her name, but the receptionist reports that the home office loved his idea and it's now policy to keep the list private. She takes pity on Larry, though, and gives him the woman's name: Paula. Larry gets nervous about his date and asks Jeff and Susie to join them. Later, while the two couples wait in line at the movies, a retarded man makes his way loudly to the front of the line, cutting in front to buy his ticket.
When they see him inside the theater, Larry points out to Paula that the man is not actually retarded; he faked it. During the film, both Larry and Paula squirm in their seats but when they ask each other what's wrong, neither one will admit to any discomfort 7.
Paula leaves and Susie urges Larry to go after her. Larry is surprised Paula is gone when they emerge just 6 minutes later. Susie isn't 9. The man flees. But Matt Tessler has stopped by to thank Larry for recommending him for Lewis's pilot he got the job and sees Larry's act. Tessler is offended, pointing out his ten-year-old mentally-challenged son Max wouldn't find it funny.
Larry insists he'd gladly rent to Max but Tessler isn't appeased He reveals he heard Larry has a gerbil up his ass, much to Larry's horror. Larry insists he'd put quotes around the recommendation Larry denies it and they are all relieved. The kids announce they're all packed and it hits Larry that they're really leaving. On a last minute whim, he asks Loretta if she wants to go to the Bat Mitzvah with him and she does.
Marty asks Larry about the gerbil and he gets mad. When Jeff and Susie get up to welcome their guests and start the toasts, Larry insists on giving the first toast, but uses the opportunity to deny the gerbil rumor, much to the Greene's horror He goes over to their table and makes polite conversation.
When they excuse themselves to dance, Larry watches them, but then his gaze lands on Loretta and he invites her to dance. As the two gaze into each others' eyes on the dance floor, the other guests notice the chemistry. Larry screaming 'soccer' from the sidelines of Daryl's soccer game.
Larry and Loretta driving with the kids screaming in the back. Larry and the Blacks screaming at the screen in a crowded movie theater. Susie Greene getting reamed by Loretta for yelling at Larry. And finally, a family photo: Happy Holidays from Larry and the Blacks. It's often a big, expensive formal party, which includes the parents' personal and business friends. Cheryl and Larry are both invited because Susie and Jeff didn't pick sides. He even has friends he hasn't been able to stand for 25 years because he's the kind of guy who goes down with the ship.
Larry insists she doesn't understand etiquette. The Greenes host a dinner party that goes awry when Bam Bam announces to the guests that she had sex with Jeff - and Jeff defends himself by insisting she's crazy. Larry runs into Cheryl and they admit they miss each other, but his visit is cut short when he has to race home to try and pre-empt the doctor who has Loretta's results.
He is delayed and arrives too late - it looks like Larry's in for the long haul. Larry's attempt to do a favor for Leon backfires, when he inadvertently tips Leon's friend off to the fact that Leon's sleeping with his wife. Several misunderstandings around fellatio lead to Larry offending Richard Lewis's new girlfriend - and Loretta leaving Larry, and taking the rest of the Blacks except for Leon with her.
Having recently returned to acting, she encourages Larry to do the reunion suggesting he write a part for her. Realizing this is his way to win Cheryl back, Larry goes about convincing Jerry, Jason, Julia and Michael to do a reunion show. Ultimately, Larry smoothes things over by saving Goodman's life with a Lyme disease diagnosis. But Larry's not out of hot water yet - he's promised the role of George's ex-wife to Cheryl, but Jerry's offered it to Meg Ryan.
Morrison with a burned hand, Larry convinces him to make an exception to his no-home-phone-number policy, and promptly violates the trust. And though Larry is pleased when he runs into an ex, Mary Jane Porter, and she asks him out, when her jealous boyfriend finds out, Larry has to flee — and has difficulty finding safe shelter. While sex and stairs pose a challenge, handicapped parking, special treatment at restaurants and being reconsidered by friends and acquaintances in a more positive light strike Larry as a plus.
Meanwhile, a run-in with Rosie O'Donnell over a lunch tab and an unfortunate chain of events with his Blackberry converge to bring an end to Larry's handicapped dating. Insulted, she quits but Julia who got her the job demands Larry make things right, so as not to upset Maureen's mentally unstable mother.
Meanwhile, Larry's new pill has increased his flow so much it is causing him to splatter, which leads to a misunderstanding about a miraculously weeping Jesus in Maureen and her mother's bathroom. The mother is stunned at how much Larry reminds her of her husband who was murdered on their honeymoon in a road rage incident and has a traumatic flashback when she's driving with Larry that causes her to injure Richard Lewis.
Everything culminates with Larry's dangerous rescue of the mother from a suicidal roof jump in which Larry's life is saved by the offending midriff. Unfortunately, these are outweighed by some bad luck and bad behavior on the golf course that result in Larry being blamed when Norm has a heart attack and dies on the course, and Larry killing Mr. Takahashi's beloved black swan. Meanwhile, Susie finds panties in Jeff's glove compartment and Jeff enlists Larry to cover for him.
When Virginia has to drop out because of a neck injury, Larry is suspicious of the cause, but Cheryl finally lands the role of George's ex-wife. Meanwhile, Larry enlists Leon to ease Michael Richards's fears about his newly diagnosed Groat's disease, but it backfires badly.
But when an attempt to right a wronged Mocha Joe causes Larry to miss the date, Cheryl ends up turning to Jason for coaching. A jealous Larry rewrites the end of the 'Seinfeld' reunion show and Jason quits in protest. Larry insists he can play George, but the cast hates his interpretation. Larry quits, Jason rejoins, and Larry watches the reunion show alone at home. He is stunned to discover that the role of Amanda is now being played by Virginia whose neck is better.
Just then the doorbell rings: It's Cheryl, explaining she quit too, because it wasn't the same without Larry. They watch the show together, agreeing that George and Amanda belong together -- as do they. When he presses her on it, she storms out of the house. A year later, Larry meets with his divorce lawyer, Randy Berg, and is confident about the deal he's getting.
At lunch, Larry orders the buffet, and shares some of his plate with Jeff. When restaurant management asks him not to share, another lawyer, Hiram Katz, steps in to successfully argue Larry's case. The cookie purchase is interrupted by the arrival of the girl's first menstrual period.
Larry does his best to help, reading the instructions off of one of Cheryl's tampon boxes. The Dodgers' owner is furious, and rescinds his offer to Larry. When the Girl Scouts come back to collect, Larry rescinds his order. He feigns sympathy and tries to reach around the side and, in the process, falls into the freezer. At lunch with Jeff and Larry, Funkhauser discusses Lewis's girlfriend-a burlesque dancer with amazing breasts.
They go watch her dance and Lewis catches them in the parking lot. After waiting awhile for him to return, Larry leaves it with a black man nearby. The next day, Larry realizes that the black man never returned the laptop, and Leon is deeply disappointed. Later, another woman knocks on his door and informs him that she runs a safe house for battered women nearby-her group includes both the woman with the dog and the one who'd been standing in front of the chubby hubby.
To make amends, he agrees to go speak to them. The doctor takes his statement, and recognizes Leon acting abusively towards Larry. When the police come to Larry's house to take Leon away, they instead nab the black man from the restaurant, who had come to return the computer. When he's informed that she's from a battered women's shelter, he also tells her she could probably take care of herself.
She crushes his hands in the freezer door. With his hands broken, Lewis is unable to partake in the breast blowout. They like their chances, so long as they can get Funkhouser-who's been missing in action-to play with them. Funkhouser is there as well, sporting a yarmulke, as he's recently undergone a spiritual awakening in the wake of his divorce and mid-life crisis.
At dinner, the table discusses the fact that the Al Abbas Palestinian chicken restaurant is opening up a second location next to Goldblatt's deli. Funkhouser is outraged and debate rages across the table. Rather than accept payment, Ron offers Larry another kind of deal. Larry ties to wrestle it away from him, and Funkhouser storms off. Applause breaks out as Larry and Jeff enter the restaurant, and Larry wins the adoration of the comely Muslim, Shara.
At lunch, Larry spots Eddie and Ilene and gathers that they must be having an affair. He decides not to say anything, so as not to jeopardize his team's chances in the golf tournament. Larry turns her down, but when she threatens to reveal Eddie and Ilene's affair, which would cost him the golf tournament, he relents. Susie blows up, not at Larry, but at Jeff who she presumes put him up to it. Distraught, Sami takes responsibility, but accidentally reveals that Eddie and Ilene are having an affair.
The tournament is lost. Dino, whose company just moved in down the hall, stops by to introduce himself and to ask if he can have a cabinet in the kitchen. Larry agrees, and Jeff admonishes him. She sends him a text message with a smiley face, and he's put off by it. Larry and Jeff's friend Stu comes by the table and invites them over for dinner.
Jeff says he would, but things aren't so great with him and Susie. He calls Antoinette for help and she agrees to come in for one day. They ask him if Jeff is having an affair, and though Larry says no, his voice goes up as he says it, and they take that as confirmation that he is. He refuses to offer condolences for the death of her father two years prior, as the sorry window has closed.
She breaks up with him, but not before leaving a smiley face of sun tan lotion on an oblivious Larry. While his assistant will require time to grieve, Antoinette's mother agrees to fill in for her. Stu figures out that Jeff was the one lying, but it's too late-his wife told Susie about the affair.
Susie storms in and sees Jeff comforting Antoinette's grieving mother. Predictably, Susie freaks out. Larry asks if her if she put anything in his meal. There, Larry sees Susie's friend Vance, who has taken a vow of silence but still communicates by mouthing words. The report from the vet is grim, and Susie wants them to pick up Oscar's favorite food for his last meal, Pinkberry frozen yogurt. He leaves the store and runs right into Tessler, who tells him that the event has been moved, and now Larry can attend.
Larry lies again, telling him he's going to New York for three months to work on a show with Jerry. Tessler invites him to stay at a friend's apartment and offers to arrange it for him. Vance picks up on the lie, but is unable to say anything. He goes to use the bathroom in the coach section, and when he exits, trips over his extra-long shoelaces. He falls right on top of a drunk man, who had been acting abusive toward a stewardess, and tackles him to the floor.
The stewardess and the plane's other passengers give Larry a round of applause for his heroism, and as he returns to his seat, the woman, who introduces herself as Donna, shows a much greater interest in him. Larry offers to get him a bottle of wine, and Ricky orders the most expensive one in the house.
Larry and Jeff's waiter is attentive to their conversation, but not to their food, so Larry gets up and gets the food himself. She then accidentally reveals in front of Donna that it was Larry's long-shoelaces that made him tackle the man on the plane.
He sees them being robbed and intervenes, bashing the offender with his hard stick of bread. A heroic Larry walks off, but his laces are stuck in the closing subway doors. He recounts the encounter to Rosie O'Donnell, who's just met someone herself. They piece together it's the same woman, Jane, and she's bisexual. His first date with Jane gets off to a rocky start, when the Japanese food Larry brought for dinner spills in the bag. The next day, he returns to the restaurant, tells the maitre d' to secure his food better in the future, and asks for an apology.
The maitre d' not only apologizes, he bows. Larry is impressed. Things have been going well for her and Jane-Rosie's taking her to the Tony Awards that week. Larry goes home and bemoans Rosie's lesbian advantage to Leon. Leon refuses to let Larry back down, offering him a pep talk and a little blue pill.
Larry's reluctant to start juicing, but desperate to win Jane's affections. At softball, Rosie is perplexed. She's known Larry for four decades and Jane is the first woman to rave about him in bed. Something isn't adding up. Larry credits his improved performance to diet and exercise, but she's not buying it.
He hits a home run and Rosie looks on incredulous as he circles the bases. He asks if the degree bow is standard, and the man tells him anything less would be seen as dismissive. Leon is out of them, so Larry secures two pills from an older-looking man in Washington Square Park. In Cooperstown, Larry bumps into Jane on the steps of the Baseball Hall of Fame, and she jokingly demands a full bow apology.
Larry obliges, and a pill falls out of his shirt pocket. Larry makes excuses-he was leveling the playing field, it was for recovery, everyone's doing it-but Jane withholds his ticket. Larry's not getting into the Hall of Fame. Ira shows them his latest invention, a car periscope.
They like the idea, though they're hesitant to invest money with a total stranger. But when they meet Ira's homely wife, Gabby, they're convinced he must be a man of character. They agree to test drive a prototype and love the invention. Feeling he should for once act on his benevolent impulses, Larry visits Henry's father, the former television judge Carter Horn. Larry fills in for a one-armed man playing Scrabble with the old judge and realizes the judge is suffering from dementia and prone to racist outbreaks.
Henry comes in and thinks that Larry has run up the score against his father and demands he leave. Larry maintains that a one-armed man did it. He confronts them, and Larry and Wanda set about resolving the situation. Larry suggests Judge Horn be the arbiter, knowing his racist tendencies. He moves his business elsewhere, to a man who is much better looking than his wife of 20 years. At a movie with Ira and Gabby, Larry accidentally reveals that he considers Ira to be a man of character because of his ugly wife.
Gabby goes after him, and Larry winds up with his arm in a sling. They upstream each other up the block, looking for a taxi. The one-armed man runs into and knocks over the judge and hops into a cab. Henry sees his father on the floor and asks who did this to him. He says it was a one-armed man - as Henry eyes Larry with his arm in a sling. Larry is distracted by a nearby Mr.
Softee ice cream truck. He unloads to his therapist about a childhood incident playing strip poker inside a Mr. Softee truck, which ended up with him naked in front of the whole neighborhood. With the game on the line, Larry gets distracted by the sound of a Mr. Softee truck, and the ball goes right through his legs. After apologizing on behalf of all Caucasians, Larry tells Leon to wear glasses if he wants respect.
When they arrive at the trade show to get Mookie Wilson's autograph, Larry gets turned away, but a bespectacled Leon is able to get them both in. There, Larry sees former Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner at a table and shares that he made a devastating error of his own. They leave together, and Buckner is constantly heckled by people on the street.
When they get to the apartment, she decides not to come up. The next day, Leon rides shotgun, and he realizes that the vibrations in the front seat were the reason Jennifer didn't want to go up. Larry, now aware of what his front seat can do, does whatever he can to keep Susie out of it. When she insists, he has no other choice and lets her ride. As Susie gets increasingly excited, Larry gets more and more disgusted, and he crashes into a parked Mr.
Softee truck. The baby bounces away from them, and Buckner makes a diving catch. He's a hero. He's satisfied with his performance, but Jennifer isn't. She wants to go for a drive. Her young son Greg arrives and introduces himself to Larry. Greg, who has just come from watching Project Runway and is rather effeminate, loves the design element of the swastika, and asks for one for his birthday. Fox shakes his head in Larry's direction as he exits, and Larry wonders if it was a statement or a product of Fox having Parkinson's disease.
Telling him not to worry, Fox hands Larry a soda, which explodes all over his clothes when he opens it. Fox says it was shaken because of the Parkinson's. Later that night, Larry and Leon can't sleep as Fox is clomping on the floor in boots. When Larry confronts him, Fox again pins it on the Parkinson's.
While Greg is thrilled with the gift, Jennifer is not, and accuses Larry of turning her son gay. Susie tells Larry he needs to buy Greg another gift to make it up. The conversation turns to Fox's devotion to his wife and Susie asks Jeff if he'd take a bullet for her.
He says he would, but she doesn't believe him. As their tensions reach a boil, Fox tells Larry to take it up with the board. He does, and the board puts Larry on probation, recommending he attend Fox's Parkinson's foundation fundraiser to atone. Greg tells Larry how much he loves the sewing machine; he even used it to make a gift for Susie.
He hands her a pillow sham embroidered with a swastika, which Greg says Larry taught him how to make. As an enraged Susie confronts Larry she steps into the path of a speeding biker. Jeff asks what gift Larry got Greg, and in response, Larry mimes playing the violin. On stage, Fox calls out Larry for making the violin gesture during the speech and the crowd is outraged. Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is in attendance, stands up to the podium and tells Larry he wants him out of the city.
He invites Larry to join him in attending an event for sick children. Larry thinks it over, but tells Fox he's going to be out of town that day. In the lobby of Jeff's office, Larry has an unpleasant run-in with a woman when, factoring in her masculine look, he decides not to hold the door for her. As luck would have it, the woman is Jeff's barber — Betty.
The two make amends, and Betty goes so far as to offer to cut Larry's hair at the next opportunity. He vents to Leon and wonders why she came so highly recommended by her previous employer, Jimmy Kimmel. Leon realizes that Kimmel "foisted" the assistant, pretending she was a star-worker in order to pass her on to Larry. At the first possible opportunity, Larry decides to foist the assistant onto someone else. The lucky recipient: Susie. When Larry finds out Betty is going to be the "bride" to Numa's "groom," he gets into hot water again when he says he's "not getting bride vibes" from her.
He inadvertently sets off a household feud when Betty tells her girlfriend she wants to switch roles for the wedding. Larry makes the mistake of doing an impression of the Ayatollah. The next day, the news breaks that the real Ayatollah of Iran has issued an actual fatwa on Larry in response to his impersonation.
In fear of retribution, all the prospective producers of the musical back out, effectively killing the project. Larry has a more immediate threat to worry about, when Susie gets wise to the fact that he foisted the incompetent assistant onto her. The two prevail over Larry's anxieties and convince him to return home. Heading to check out disguised in a wig and mustache for safety , Larry runs into an off-duty hooker and convinces her to try a wholesome outfit to drum up more business.
The two argue over the hotel policy regarding the use of tongs when selecting cookies in the lobby; Larry opts to use his bare hands. Later, when Larry later returns to the hotel in search of a pair of missing pj bottoms, he gets in another cookie confrontation and is banned from the hotel. Things take a turn for the worse when Leon, Funkhouser, Larry and Kenny all head to make sandwiches.
A pickle jar proves difficult to open, and everyone wants to be the "hero of the pickle jar. Miffed that Ted didn't just go behind his back, Larry calls Mary on the spot to see if she's interested in going out, given that Ted and Cheryl want to start seeing each other. She lets him down easy. His injury is preventing him from masturbating and relaxing, transforming the golden boy into a monster.
Larry comes up with a solution: He'll hire the prostitute from his hotel stay to help Kenny. He arranges for the two to meet at his home. But Larry's new security guard, Swat, mistakes Kenny and the prostitute's assignation for a fatwa attack and storms the room. While Larry video conferences the Consul of Iran, Swat is visibly chasing the half-naked duo around the house — followed by Leon screaming, "Just get rid of the Muslims.
To their frustration, the restaurant manager is doggedly evasive when asked for specifics. Larry goes to investigate but rather than get to the bottom of the situation, he gets into an argument with the chef. The new car's aggressive horn gets him into hot water when he honks at a cop. The author encourages the comedian to adjust his perspective on the whole predicament. With a death sentence hanging over his head, Larry is now a man of danger, and as such, incredibly attractive to women.
Larry removes his disguise and heads out for a bite to eat. He promptly runs into Elizabeth Banks, who's drawn to his fatwa mystique, and the two strike up a flirtation. The cop has located Susie's "little sister" — at her boyfriend's house. While the cop returns the kid, Larry notices Jeff's baseball cap on the roof of Susie and Jeff's house.
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Marge has been working as a teacher at her school, in a depressed neighborhood with a large number of Hispanic children, for three years. She learned that, in an attempt to attract and keep Hispanic, Spanish-speaking teachers, the school district has offered special perks, including a summer bonus billed as a vacation booster. Marge, a white teacher who speaks Spanish, does not receive this bonus. She makes a request to be given the same summer bonus as the other teachers, but the district denies her request, as it is specifically earmarked for those minority teachers.
Marge may file a complaint with the employment division in her state, based on discrimination by disparate treatment. While the school district did not intend to discriminate against anyone, but only to entice Hispanic teachers to their school, the effect is the same. Federal anti-discrimination laws make it unlawful to discriminate against anyone on the basis of certain characteristics. Because these characteristics are protected by law, people having these traits or qualities are considered to be in a protected class.
As the definition of protected class has expanded, it has become clear that everyone belongs to some protected class, and may be protected from discrimination by federal law. The difference between the two has to do with intent and effect.
This would include any practice that has a different, negative effect on minority groups, or other protected persons. An individual complaining of discrimination by disparate impact does not need to show that the employer had a discriminatory motive, only that its actions resulted in discrimination.
Proving a claim of disparate treatment does not require proof beyond doubt. The employer must then defend its actions, providing evidence of a reasonable, non-discriminatory reason for the acts. Pretext may be brought into question by showing any of the following existed:. Juan, a hard worker who is praised by his coworkers and clients alike, is looking forward to being the first Hispanic employee to get a promotion to management at his company.
When he is passed over for promotion, in favor of a co-worker who is generally seen to be less invested in his job, Juan is upset. When he questions his supervisor, he is told that he could not be given the promotion because he did not have a college degree. Over the years, there has been some debate as to whether after-acquired evidence could prevent a plaintiff from winning his discrimination, or disparate treatment, lawsuit.
In general, the courts have held that after-acquired evidence of misconduct unrelated to the grounds for termination can only prevent a plaintiff from being awarded reinstatement, injunctive relief , and front pay, if accepted at all.
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