The story deals with a slob named Larry and his companion, the talking dog, Steve. Larry worries that distance is forming between himself and his son Milt, so together with Steve, he looks for a way to bond with the boy.
Fred Mason & Skippy Watson
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Paved the way for his first televised animated short "Larry and Steve" for Hanna-Barbera which appeared on the Cartoon Network. See more
[Larry in is bed with his wife and Steve, the dog at the end of the bed. Larry turns off the light and as everyone's getting ready to sleep, Larry says...
I was just thinking about how lucky we are to have a kid, ya know? Just take it for granted. It's a miracle when you think about it. This whole birth thing. I mean, what happens, I unload a whole batch of these little reproductive things into your, uh, ya know, miracle bucket, and 9 months later, Milt comes out, ya know? I mean, for me it's ...
During the credits is a series of additional scenes, including: Congressman, Newt Gingrich doing a press conference, and Larry walks up to him and lifts up the politicians wig and reveals a mini-bar. He helps himself to a drink and walks back to the podium and asks "Do you have anything besides schlitz?" A scene of Larry (continuing the joke of him never farting until he was 30) hiding behind a couch when he passes gas. Then he farts again, not knowing what it was he fires a machine gun wildly at nothing. A live-action scene with creator/host Seth MacFarlane notices his Chinese butler, Wang, is still in the house. So Seth says to him "Wang, go home for Christ's sake." See more