His penchant for making people in magazines look like Hitler leads to Larry suspecting Michael J. Fox is using his Parkinson's to cover for purposefully harrassing him and regretting a birthday gift he bought for his girlfriend's flamboyant young seven-year-old.
Larry competes with Rosie O'Donnell for the affection of the same woman and discovers not all bows from the Japanese are equal.
Seeing the iconic Mister Softee truck causes Larry to remember a childhood trauma, leading to all manner of disasters. Meanwhile, Susie's desire to get a ball signed by Mookie Wilson for Jeff leads to Larry having an outing with Bill Buckner.
Larry inadvertantly becomes a minor hero and causes a stir at Susie's dinner party. Meanwhile, Jeff hopes to land Ricky Gervais as a client, but Larry and a restaurant waiter are roadblocks.