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Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!: Season 3
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on July 7, 2009
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Tim and Eric bring another fine season of nonsense to us. If Tim and Eric are not of your liking, I understand. I understand that YA BLEW IT!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 3, 2009
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Tim and Eric have done it again with season 3. It is a mix of moments that make you laugh out loud and other times that you are like What the hell was that?! But it is in a good way because this show is refreshingly different from anything else out there. People past there 30s would probably not 'get' this show because it is like nothing they grew up with. In this generation of ridiculousness from corporate sponsors and censors, it is nice to see a show that demonstrates you are not alone in being disgusted by it. A particular gem of season 3 is the Jim and Derrick episode, which feels like watching any programming geared toward teens but takes it to extremes. A beautiful job of mocking today's mtv crowd. Many hilarious celebrities make appearances #I'm sure others have dropped the names#. Black Francis of The Pixies contributes to the season finale. The unique musical numbers throughout this season are both funny and imaginative. DVD Extras include bloopers and extra scenes which are also entertaining to varying extents. I would recommend watching the first 2 seasons in order to understand some of the runners, but season 3 can be enjoyed on its own too. It's pretty cheap anyway, so if you want something different from the same old sitcoms and boring police dramas, check this out.

If you are or become a Tim and Eric fan, definitely look for Tom Goes to the Mayor too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon August 12, 2009
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You either love this show, or you hate it. Make sure you watch an episode or two online (or rent a disc) before you buy this (the third season of the series).

In the third season, TEASGJ episodes take on more consistent 'themes' or stories -- best exemplified in "Jim & Derrick", which parodies the bland sort of youth-oriented variety show you might see on MTV / VH1 / E! these days. In contrast with the increased 'theme' in episodes, you get increasingly random and, frankly, insane sketches and scenes tossed in for good measure... like a crazy cat lady collapsing to the ground a burping out a miniature clown on a tricycle who immediately begins pedaling through a psychedelic landscape set to a techno-club beat...

Yep. The show is totally crazy, but it's also totally fresh and truly unique among all the other comedy / variety / sketch shows out there. In my opinion, the series gets better with each season... which means these discs are the best Tim and Eric available on DVD. A truckload of bonus material will keep you laughing for hours and hours after you've seen all the normal episodes.

I definitely urge people to see an episode or two before they buy a season of the show... but if you think you like the humor, definitely get this disc(s)!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on November 11, 2009
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I have been watching 'Tim and Eric' for over a year now and the only thing that can compare to it is Tommy Wiseau's 'the room', a masterpiece of surreal comedy that was unintentional (making it even more remarkable). It is impossible to explain what is funny about an elderly Indian man on a carpet grabbing his stomach and yelling 'great job' while the infinitely talented Doug Lussenhop manipulates his action and turns it into a song of sorts. The music is fantastic and will stick in your mind for days on end and if you watch the show and do not find yourself screaming 'shrimp' at the top of your voice at the mere mention of 'white wine' then you may want your life signs confirmed. As mentioned, the only thing that can compare to such inane humor is 'the room', but Tim and Eric understand this completely and have headhunted him to direct an episode for season four, simply entitled 'Tommy'. For those who live in America and are baffled by the bizarre and highly inaccurate comparisons to the overrated and one-dimensional 'The Mighty Boosh', I can only humbly suggest that they check out an English genius by the name of Chris Morris, particularly 'Brass Eye' and 'Jam'. It is almost in the league of 'The Room' for surreal comedy, but let's face it, the best produce comes from the truly deranged.
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on May 7, 2009
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I can't wait till this comes out! Here's an episode list of Season Three

1.Resurrection- Tim returns from the grave with a special gift.

2.Chan- Tim and Eric celebrate 100 years of Jackie Chan. A secret affair is discovered.

3.Rascals- Tim accidentaly kills Eric's rascal.

4.Spagett- Tim gets a shot in a famous movie.

5.C.O.R.B.S- Two heroes [Tim and Eric] save the day.

6.Jim And Derrick- Jim and Derrick challenge each other in a contest.

7.Jazz-Tim and Eric explore different jazz music.

8.Muscles For Bones- Tim and Eric raise money for a sick man.

9.Larry- Mr.Henderson thinks he has found his true love.

10.Brownies- Tim and Eric get sent brownies.

Get this DVD on August 4th, if you can't wait buy the season on itunes.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 1, 2009
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Tim and Eric is a different type of comedy that you will either hate or love. There is no in between. You need a certain type of sense of humor to watch it and like it. I think that these two are brilliant comedians. They are so clever in there work. Season Three is just as good as the first two seasons, if not better.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 4, 2009
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Awesome, as expected!
Williams Street needs to up productiona values a bit, allowing more commentaries and maybe throwing in some of Eric's music videos and/or some of the Jim and Derrick Spring Break shorts.

Love outtakes and bloopers, as well as the extended Dick Dunn sketch.
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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on August 5, 2009
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The caribou is in the order of Artioldactyl and is a member of the deer family. It looks like a large mule deer or small elk with soft hollow hair, long legs, large hooves and large antlers. In Alaska, 97 to 99 percent of the females have antlers as well as the males. Both male and female caribou have blunt muzzles with hair all the way down to the muzzle. Although the caribou looks like a deer, they are different from other members of their family in many ways. They are not too shy (unless in common hunting area), they are capable of sleeping in water, and are herd animals that are always on the move. This tamable animal likes to eat moss and lay in the shade, but they hate the nasty flies that bite them, and lay their eggs in their back. The flies are one reason the caribou is always on the move, the other reason is that caribou eat moss called lichen that takes years to grow back. Caribou are wild, if they are domesticated they are called reindeer. Eurasians do not use the name caribou at all, they use the terms wild and domestic reindeer. Arctic people hunt caribou for the good meat and warm hide so they have names for caribou to specify age and gender; three of them are pagnnig (adult bull), julanak (adult female) and norraq (calf).
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on January 31, 2014
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Watched this with mem mem and pep pep. Then rated it on the Innernette. It's a Quall ity show. Tarrgus tarrgus
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on January 21, 2013
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Artwork is top notch. DVD plays well. Unique title menus. Killer bonus features. If you're an Awesome Show fan, you can't go wrong. Glad I bought these DVDs instead of waiting for the netflix release for all the bonus features and artwork. People that like this show are ahead of their time. Thanks Cinco
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