Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! 5 Seasons 2007

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Season 1
(73) IMDb 8.6/10

3. Cats TV-MA CC

When Eric knocks on a hallway door, an older woman answers.

Runtime:
12 minutes
Original air date:
February 24, 2007

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Season 1
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    1. Dads Tim's dad sends him a gift basket wishing him luck on the new show. Leif and C Boy square off in hackey sack. (John C. Reilly, Bob Odenkirk guest star).

    TV-MA 12min February 10, 2007
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    2. Friends Eric sends Tim an ornamental hot dog. Ron Auster teaches children how to dance.

    TV-MA 12min February 17, 2007
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    3. Cats When Eric knocks on a hallway door, an older woman answers.

    TV-MA 12min February 24, 2007
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    4. Salame Tim and Eric give a seminar in how to build a successful sitcom writing career.

    TV-MA 12min March 3, 2007
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    5. Chunky A chunky lady's secret love for her mean boss finally reaches a boiling point.

    TV-MA 12min March 10, 2007
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    6. Slop Dilly is surprised when he finds a batch of cooked shrimp washed ashore. Krunk trips on his way to investigate.

    TV-MA 12min March 17, 2007
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    7. Abstinence An old man takes a picture of himself by mistake

    TV-MA 12min March 24, 2007
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    8. Hamburger Tim and Eric are late in delivering the episode to the Network and must rely on Hamburger Taxi to get the tape there on time.

    TV-MA 12min March 31, 2007
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    9. Anniversary SPECIAL: It's the celebratory 50th Anniversary Show of Tim and Eric's Awesome Show Great Job.

    TV-MA 12min April 7, 2007
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    10. Missing The Uncle Muscles Hour is turned upside down when Casey turns up missing.

    TV-MA 12min April 14, 2007

Product Details

Genres Music, Comedy
Director Tim Heidecker, Jonathan Krisel, Eric Wareheim
Supporting actors Michael Cera, Zach Galifianakis, Bob Odenkirk, Paul Reubens, Pat Atkins, G. Larry Butler, Donald R. Jankiewicz, Pat Jankiewicz, Bill A. Jones, Warren Stearns, Matt Harrigan, Cris Shapan
Season year 2007
Network [adult swim]
Executive Producer Jen Alarcon
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By A. Redmon on July 14, 2008
Format: DVD
The scene cues and we are introduced into the blank stare of an awkward and uncomfortable looking doctor. His ill prepared segment on fruit cannot start because, as the doctor tries to subtly inform his colleagues, he does not 'have the fruit'. After several clumsy attempts by the camera operator to break the awkwardness of the situation, we catch the backside of a quickly moving production assistant dropping a bag of freshly purchased supermarket fruit in front of Mr. Brule. It works.

Almost if by force of habit we expect a punch line at this point. It doesn't come. Our minds reel as the plot is pulled from beneath our taught fingers. No climax, no story development, no comfort lead in music. Shortly thereafter you realize you are only invited to participate in the haphazard denouement of this story - you are riding the thing down into the glorious and hilarious catastrophe that it was meant to be.

As we let the show aspirate, we can detect notes of dark comedy and satire on commonplace social norms. The sketches are often full bodied and rely on tongue-in-cheek jabs at poorly executed social posturing (Strategies in Leadership, Carol and her Boss) or the miserable failings of those with little savvy (Casey and his Brother, Shopping Indoors). This show is a big cab with strong hints of spite. Good to enjoy now or a few years down the road. Although much like a good bottle of Monty Python, Tim and Eric will only get better with age. If neither suit your taste, I'm sure a bottle of Who's the Boss Zinfandel would suffice.

There's more than meets the eye with this show, if you know where to look. Chances are, if you don't, Tim and Eric are probably making fun of you.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Duncan C. White on November 23, 2008
Format: DVD
Many people dont like large chunks of their lives being ripped from them and exposed as being horrendously stupid. Most of us spend a lot of our lives watching television, its almost completely unredeemably artificial and crappy. This show pokes fun at it all. They manage to do it in an entertaining and humorous way not in a preachy or nasty way. Many people are unsettled by the material because its uncomformist and intentionally off key, I personally enjoy the change.
The DVD doesnt get old the work is dense in a good way and new things appear in it on every rewatching. When I am watching some completely retarded infomercial or tv show on the tube. I sometimes just start laughing as I realize how absurd the whole thing is as something from Tim and Eric pops into my head.
Some bits dont work 100% but I give them 5*'s anyway for putting it all out there.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Nichols on April 9, 2008
Format: DVD
There is no show today better than this. Think of pee-wee's playhouse meets robot chicken. It is amazing. Tim and Eric awesome show, great job! has all the awesome and funny things you'd expect from tim and eric. Awkward pauses, weird facial expressions, funny dances, weird situations, etc. I love all kinds of shows like Mr.Show, Human Giant, Robot Chicken, Invader Zim, but out of every show ever made this one is my favorite. I don't know what it is about these two guys, but they are the funniest two people to ever live. If you thought their other show Tom Goes To The Mayor was good then you NEED to see this, its even better.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By E. Reusch on October 19, 2010
Format: DVD
Tim and Eric's absurd comedy is the most polarizing thing I've ever watched. I've watched it with people and had them doubled-over in laughter, and watched it with people who just stared at the screen, mouth agape in confusion. There isn't much middle ground. You either get it and love it, or you don't.

I'm in the former camp. I think it's some of the most adventurous, weird, and somewhat off-putting comedy I have ever seen. It sometimes makes me cringe, and sometimes makes me scratch my head, but I'm always laughing. Tim and Eric have somehow made an art out of the comedy of the cutting room floor. It all looks spontaneous and random, but I feel like behind the scenes, there is a strict adherence to this aesthetic of making sure that their show always looks like amateur hour. The quick cuts and the odd freeze frames only add to this feeling. Still, despite how amateur it looks, it's clear that it's intentional and done for comic effect.

It's hard to compare them to any other comedy. What they do is pretty unique, and hopefully they'll keep it up for a long time.
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21 of 30 people found the following review helpful By S. Robert Katz on March 10, 2008
Format: DVD
thought i'd chime in as a voice of reason. you might have realized from the reviews here that this is a very divisive show, so i wanted to add a bit of perspective from somewhere in the middle. make no mistake, this is an extremely bizarre show. definitely falls into the category of "you like it or you don't." it's intentionally awkward from beginning to end, and not everyone is going to like it. it's geared towards a relatively small audience, but from what i've seen (and you'll find in these reviews), the people who enjoy it enjoy it immensely. personally i find it to be very uneven. when it hits it's usually fantastic, but when it misses i find it inane and a complete waste of time. even with sketches that are intentionally stupid, i'm often just not impressed or amused at all. i get what they're going for, but the disparity between brilliance and tripe is utterly confusing. these guys are obviously funny, talented and capable of greatness, but by my best guess the joke in some of their weaker material seems to be "why did anyone commit this to film?" (and not in a good way). if that's the idea, i wonder why they didn't do it once and get on with stuff that's awkward and uncomfortable *and* funny, because some of this stuff really is a complete waste. i like these guys (their guest spot on human giant's 24-hour takeover of mtv was amazing), and i certainly understand how they amassed such an impressive cast of guest stars like david cross, bob odenkirk and john c. reilly (whose repeat performances as dr. steve brule alone i find to be worth the price of admission), but i've got to think that anyone who thinks this show is PURE gold is giving them a lot of leeway. i'd be glad to own this collection (and i do have a birthday coming up...Read more ›
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