Larry David has just finished a long television run with his hit comedy, "Seinfeld." Basking in the Hollywood glow, filled with networking contacts and flowing cash, David sits back with his wife, Cheryl, and starts an everyday life living in Los Angeles. Everyday, David runs into people that he should be treating kindly, but his awkward view of the world turns simple comments into offensive remarks. His wife puts up with many antics, but the strain on the relationship is clear. David often turns to his friends, Jeff and Richard Lewis, for opinions and critiques on his behavior. Although David still writes standup comedy, he is not truly back in the game. His everyday encounters, however, make his life a veritable sitcom for the masses.