The Heart, She Holler 2 Seasons 2013

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Season 2
(4) IMDb 8.3/10
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11. Hambrain Jan TV-MA CC

The only thing more brainless than a dumb guy is a dumb guy with a brain.

Starring:
Patton Oswalt, Heather Lawless
Runtime:
12 minutes
Original air date:
September 24, 2013

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Comedy, Horror
Director Vernon Chatman, John Lee
Starring Patton Oswalt, Heather Lawless
Supporting actors Joseph Sikora, Amy Sedaris, Chris Anderson, Kevin Breznahan, Sadie Feighan, Leo Fitzpatrick, Michael Laurence, Judith Roberts, Jonathan Hadary
Season year 2013
Network [adult swim]
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CruckleBury_Holler on September 11, 2013
Stephen Colbert got so fat! And where was Mr. Jellyneck? Still, pretty good episodes. A+. Amy Sedaris was spot on as usual. Liked the part with video playing.
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By PandaApproved on November 11, 2013
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It's hilarious, disgusting, and sometimes unsettling. It's some sort of masterpiece. Never ceases to entertain me. There's probably not going to be a season 3, and really I don't think there should; the ending here kind of ties up everything pretty well.
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I love mind bending bizarreness. This fits the bill perfectly. Sometimes absurdity is just what the Doctor ordered. There is enough reality in our day to day, so why not embrace this show that will transport you to a really weird place where everything is crazy different? Look, you'll either love it or hate it. Personally, I love it! Patton Oswalt is so entertaining, as always.
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By S. Yates on October 27, 2013
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I wasn't sure how this show would work, moving on from the near-perfect, self-contained mini-series that was the first season, especially given that season 2 is over twice as long (14 episodes, to season 1's 6) and features a significant casting change, with Amy Sedaris taking over Kristen Schaal's Hurshe. But ultimately I was an idiot to harbor any doubts. This is PFFR, a group of people with the most vivid collective imagination and steadfast attention to detail in all of television, or in fact any medium. If you can stomach the blood and gore, the over-the-top Southern gothic creepiness, and roll with the conceptual leaps, twists, reflections and inversions, you'll find a lot in here to delight and amaze. The wordplay can be sublime, even when it's finding new ways to scrape the bottom of the barrel. The story arcs tend to resolve only in ways that raise more questions, using similar devices as in Xavier: Renegade Angel to build suspense and unease (think piles of the hero's dead doppelgängers). And the characters are again superbly rendered by the highly game cast, with the notable (and welcome) addition of David Cross, back in the PFFR fold for the first time since the notorious Horse Apples episode of Wonder Showzen (generally cited as an example of PFFR trying to get fired from MTV2), and simply not missing a beat. Amy Sedaris (also a Wonder Showzen alum) is so game that she frankly takes some getting used to, one-upping her ugly makeup in Strangers With Candy to a degree that makes Kristen Schaal's Hurshe look like a prim debutant in full flower. The rest of the cast continue to impress, with Joseph Sikora in particular becoming more central to the show as the sheriff in the middle of a love triangle with the Heartshe sisters.Read more ›
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