Larry David is now considered a great host, and recurring star on SNL (his impression of Bernie Sanders is legendary, and his character Kevin Roberts has become a cult favorite), but that wasn’t always the case. In this episode, Nick looks back at the one season that the “Seinfeld” & “Curb Your Enthusiasm” creator spent on “Saturday Night Live,” and it was the infamous Season 10, with producer Dick Ebersol at the helm (who did NOT like David, at all). You will hear the behind-the-scenes stories of what really happened at 30 Rock, and why none of David’s sketches ever made it to air, and how Larry’s work ethic just did not fit in with what happens during the creation week of any episode of SNL. Nick also talks about many unused Larry David sketches that were turned down by the show, and, in particular, three sketches that later became three classic episodes of “Seinfeld” (and you will hear scenes from those episodes). You will also hear about the time that David spent on the SNL rip-off “Fridays,” and how those days (and his days as a stand-up) influenced his work on “Seinfeld” and beyond. Larry David & SNL. [EP36]