COMEDY
08/09/2013 02:38 pm ET | Updated Oct 09, 2013

Larry David's 'Fridays' Supercut Reveals His Wacky Side In The '80s (VIDEO)

He may not have become a household name until the success of "Seinfeld" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm," but Larry David has enjoyed a long career as a stand-up comedian, "Saturday Night Live" writer and a cast member on the short-lived variety series "Fridays."

But the Larry David of the latter show, which was ABC's attempt to duplicate "SNL" in the early '80s, was hardly the bumbling neurotic we know today. As a "Fridays" cast member, he portrayed typical sketch-comedy roles, and even played Richard Nixon.

Vulture put together a supercut of Larry David's most un-Larry David characters from "Fridays," which they also point out is probably the only place you'll see them all in one place (as a full DVD release is highly unlikely).

Check out Vulture's video of Larry David's most unusual "Fridays" characters above.

UPDATE: As our helpful reader Judd A. points out, a "Best of 'Fridays'" DVD is indeed available.

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