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Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, Season 2TV-14Closed Captioning

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What do Emmy®-nominated Rainn Wilson and Oscar®-nominated Jeff Goldblum have in common with Richard Dunn? They are a part of Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!™, Season 2. This 10-episode season also features Spaghetti and Bread . . . Harritty as it takes the audience on a whirlwind tour through unexplored caves of television comedy. Viewers are also encouraged to keep on the lookout for comedian James Quall as he makes his small-screen debut.

Customer Reviews

Only they could pull of something so brilliant

The idea behind this truly awesome show, is to present what appears to be a pitiful attempt to create a show that by our societies standards would be considered "awesome". As far as I can tell anyway. The real humor goes way over the heads of most, though they often put at least one purely exploitive skit in there to rock us with laughter. Hidden humor is often contained in images that parody idiotic marketing tactics used on tv to trick the elderly and naive. Tim and Eric manage to pull off a near impossible task and parody the lame world of typical television brain washing, and do it in a way that appears laugh out loud funny to the few intelligent people out there with more of a sense of humor than a sense of bs. The only drawback I see is that sometimes a frame of reference toward the toils of being a writer is needed to understand the vague humor being thrown at you.

kooky fun

Two burned-out video editors get their revenge on an industry that is fake to the core by elevating low production values to an art form. This is the kind of show Andy Worhol would have made, taking the mediocre shlock we see daily on television and warping it, stirring in their self-loathing, painting it in bright pastels, and handing it back to be puzzled over. Showcasing the worst practices of cheap video production, marketing insane products that should never have been invented, poking fun at the self-legitimizing aura of televised authorities, and elevating the flawed splendor of amateur video peons, this pair of comics have created a masterpiece. They are joined by big celebs (Jeff Goldblum, Bob Odenkirk) and not quite so big celebs in bringing you the most off-beat crazy antics and characters you could ever dream up. If you like the deadpan silliness of 'This is Spinal Tap', the random goofiness of 'Monty Python', and the calculated insanity of Dada, then you might just love this show. No, it's not as slick and packaged as other skit-based comedies like 'Kids In the Hall' or 'Saturday Night Live', but that might just be one of its biggest selling points.

Here We Go Again!

Another exciting season of Tim and Eric starts off with thrilling answers about what happened to Casey, a Rob Zombie impersonator, and the wonderful comedian James Quall. If you like comedy, this is it. I bought the season for all my friends, just because it is that good!