Larry finds reason to be dissatisfied with his divorce lawyer, angers Marty Funkhouser, and runs afoul of the owner of the Dodgers after helping his daughter attend to an emergency hygiene issue.
Larry suspects a resident at a neighborhood safe house for battered women is just there for the nicer home. Meanwhile, Marty gets Larry and Jeff to join him at the burlesque show of Richard Lewis' girlfriend.
Larry is deemed a "social assassin" at a restaurant, on the golf course, and at a dinner party.
Larry has an encounter with his neighbor, and attempts to break a dating taboo.
Larry's forced to go to great lengths to avoid a charity appearance. Meanwhile, Susie wants a lavish last meal for the Greene's ill dog.
Jeff's attempt to become friends with Ricky Gervais is thwarted by a nosy waiter, while Larry becomes a local hero.
Larry and Rosie O'Donnell compete for the affection of the same woman.
Larry's training routine is interrupted while he and Jeff look at a new investment opportunity.
Seeing the iconic Mister Softee truck causes Larry to remember a childhood trauma.
Larry accuses his neighbor, Michael J. Fox, of harassment, while Jeff makes a large sacrifice for Susie.