Trick or Treat
gs: Christopher Thornton (Cliff Cobb) Holly Wortell (Shelley Cobb) Danny Breen (Donald) Randy Brion (Conductor) Rachel Crane (Girl #2) Stephen Kearin (Waiter) Zane Lasky (Anti-Wagnerite) Reggie McFadden (Police Officer #2) Kimi Reichenberg (Girl #1) Steve Skrovan (Police Officer #1) Antoinette Spolar (Larry's Receptionist) Diane Alan Craig (Musician) Matrio DeLeon (Musician) Matt Funes (Musician) Paul Klintworth (Musician) Loren Marsteller (Musician) Michelle Richards (Musician) Rudy Stein (Musician) David Stone (Musician) David Wailes (Musician)
When Larry and Cheryl attend the premiere of a movie written by a handicapped friend, Cliff Cobb, Larry offends a Jewish neighbor, alienates Cliff (as well as the memory of his salad-inventing grandfather) and sends misguided romantic overtures to Cliff's wife, Shelly. Later, the Davids experience the "trick" side of Halloween when Larry refuses to give candy to two uncostumed teenagers. Having failed to get a bracelet for his wife on her birthday, Larry makes amends with the perfect gift on a romantic morning, but then Jeff arrives to play a round of golf. In the end, Larry gets revenge on a jewish neighbor and his teenage daughters, by arriving at his home with the orchestra that he used for Cheryl's birthday, as they played the tune that offended this neighbor.
b: 07-Oct-2001 pc: 2-03 d: Larry Charles
NOTE: This was one of four episodes submitted to Emmy voters.
This episode was directed by Larry Charles, a former writer for Seinfeld, David's first show.
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