has finished its ninth season, Vulture put together this highly subjective ranking of every episode (plus the aforementioned ’99 movie), chock-full of enough trivial information to make you forget whichever parts you don’t agree with. Season eight was only so many moons ago, but in a post-Waze world, Larry probably wouldn’t consider investing in an inventor’s car periscope.Then again, he and fellow idiot Jeff opted in after seeing said inventor’s homely wife (the great Aida Turturro) and assuming he’s a man of integrity. Plenty expected President Trump to be a target, though instead we got … The seemingly dated fatwa story line would eventually pay dividends, though “Foisted!Not only is Aida aboard in this episode, but Wanda Sykes returns to make Larry’s life miserable (“I’m still at the same email: IHate Larry”) and steal his life-altering personal trainer (Cheyenne Jackson). ” was a somewhat forced reintroduction to the show’s colorful ensemble and signature crank antics, like Larry’s unsolicited opinions about lesbian weddings.It did, however, feature a gangbusters cameo from Carrie Brownstein as Larry’s constipated and insufferable personal assistant.And for better or worse, the debut of Larry’s recurring incognito accessories., does come to pass), he may well gain entry as commendation for his honesty.
Elizabeth Banks is just one of this episode’s blink-and-you-miss-them characters (ahem, Susie’s Little Sister Katie), but she makes her time count.
Initially turned on by Larry’s boldness in the face of fatwa condemnation, she eventually realizes what everyone already knows: A relationship with L. is all good until you fail to enable his most adolescent schemes, like worming his way out of trouble with a policeman (Damon Wayans) after inadvertently vandalizing his car.
We never do discover the titular disturbance, though listening to Salman Rushdie prattle on about “fatwa sex” is unsettling enough.
If nothing else, “Rat Dog” gave us the “schmohawk,” a term that passed down from Larry’s father and somehow didn’t originate in his own mind.
The fact that Larry can barely muster any more feeling for a deaf woman’s puppy than a spider he’d squash on the sidewalk only gets so much mileage. Larry and Leon, accidentally switch phones and cost each other a job and social relationship, respectively, “Rat Dog” finally has some bite.
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