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Ugly Americans 2 Seasons 2010

Season 1
4.5 out of 5 stars (308) IMDb 8.1/10

Housebreaking werewolves. Weaning vampires off blood. Socializing land-whales. It's all in a day's work for Mark Lilly, Department of Integration caseworker, in this inventive animated horror-comedy series about life (and the undead) in the Big Apple.

Starring:
Matt Oberg, Devin Clark
Original air date:
November 17, 2010

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Season 1
1. Pilot

A young man helps supernatural creatures adapt to life in the city.

CC TV-14 March 17, 2010 21 minutes
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2. An American Werewolf in America

Mark tries to teach a Werewolf and its victim a lesson in trust; Leonard pursues his dream of becoming a famous magician.

CC TV-14 March 24, 2010 22 minutes
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3. Demon Baby

Callie goes baby-crazy after Mark starts fostering a demon orphan; Twayne starts to notice some odd changes in his body.

CC TV-14 March 31, 2010 21 minutes
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4. Blob Gets Job

While staying with Randall's parents, Mark accidentally "outs" his roommate as a zombie; Leonard tries to identify a strange new creature.

CC TV-14 April 6, 2010 22 minutes
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5. Treegasm

Mark meets a pair of creatures who are expected to participate in a public mating ritual, but are having second thoughts.

CC TV-14 April 13, 2010 22 minutes
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6. So, You Want to be a Vampire

As the city contends with a bizarre epidemic, Mark counsels a young woman who wants to become a vampire.

CC TV-14 April 20, 2010 21 minutes
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7. Kong of Queens

As Mark struggles to find employment for a giant ape with OCD, Callie tries to resist Twayne's advances at a Demon Convention in Atlantic City.

CC TV-14 April 27, 2010 22 minutes
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8. Better Off Undead

Mark has to deal with a clingy new roommate after Randall leaves to join a zombie cult.

CC TV-14 October 6, 2010 21 minutes
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9. Kill...Mark, Kill

Mark tries to help Leonard with his wand issues, disastrously. Twayne meets his soulmate.

CC TV-14 October 13, 2010 21 minutes
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10. Sympathy for the Devil

Twayne has to face the repercussions of making a terrible deal for a politician's soul.

CC TV-14 October 20, 2010 22 minutes
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11. Hell for the Holidays

Mark and Randall go down to Hell to spend Halloween with Callie's family, who have some special plans for Mark.

CC TV-MA October 27, 2010 22 minutes
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12. Trolling for Terror

After Randall joins the cast of a sleazy reality show, the program's unbalanced producer becomes obsessed with Mark.

CC TV-14 November 3, 2010 21 minutes
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13. Soulsucker

Mark gets in over his head when he agrees to be Callie's partner in an ancient demonic ritual; Randall babysits a confused robot.

CC TV-14 November 10, 2010 22 minutes
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14. The Manbirds

Mark adopts a baby Man-Bird that was separated from its flock, while Grimes tries to settle a blood-feud with their champion.

CC TV-14 November 17, 2010 22 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Comedy, Horror
Director Devin Clark
Starring Matt Oberg, Devin Clark
Supporting actors Pete Holmes, Julie Klausner, Natasha Leggero, Kurt Metzger, Larry Murphy, Randy Pearlstein, Michael-Leon Wooley, De'Adre Aziza, Mike Britt, Rebekka Johnson
Season year 2010
Network Comedy Central
Producers Aaron Augenblick, Devin Clark, Craig DiGregorio, Trevor Hembrey, Colin A.B.V. Lewis, Jeffrey Poliquin, Lalitha Poonasamy, Daniel Powell, Adam Shaheen, David M. Stern, Lisa Thomas, Lisa Thomas
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

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Crude? To be sure. Rude? Absolutely. Lewd? Possibly. It is tempting to dismiss "Ugly Americans" as an amusingly offensive trifle, but I'm not going to do it. Dreamed up from the demented psyches of creators Devin Clark and David M. Stern, "Ugly Americans" is not only uproarious--it is perhaps one of the most on-target and irreverent satires about immigration services in existence today! An animated comedy/horror hybrid developed for Comedy Central, the show is populated by creatures from every realm--humans, demons, aliens, zombies, vampires, wizards and other freaks too numerous to outline.

Set in New York's Department of Integration, the show is built around liberal milquetoast Mark Lilly--a human social worker trying to acclimate various beasties into jobs and society in general. Mark is surrounded at work by a bombastic demon boss, a half succubus/half human girlfriend, and a 500 year old wizard caseworker. At home, Mark shares his digs with a zombie roommate Randall who is misplacing body parts on a regular basis when he's not trying to eat his friend. As bizarre as it all may be, "Ugly Americans" actually does a nice job making its central characters relatable. Randall is a real dude, Leonard (the wizard) is the world's worst co-worker, Callie (the girlfriend) is the beautiful girl with issues, and Twayne (the boss) is a bureaucratic nightmare. Mark is the everyman who holds it all together.

"Ugly Americans" is an impressive mix of ridiculous sight gags and biting humor. Not every joke is a slam dunk, but there is so much going on visually that even peripheral material adds to the overall hilarity. Season One contains seven episodes and I think they get progressively funnier as the characters become more fleshed out.
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I have never before (and will never again...probably) seen a show as delightful as this. NYC has been integrated. Demons, zombies, werewolves, robots, koala men, kongs (as in King Kong) and a never-ending parade of weirdos, misfits, and unidentifiable creatures all live together in peace and harmony. Well, not so much peace and harmony, but they would if Mark Lily had anything to say about it.

The show follows the rather inept - albeit good-intentioned - social worker as he tries to make a life for himself while doing his best to help the underprivileged & mentally, er..., "special" newcomers integrate into the wild city. The antics the viewer is privy to already make the show a fantastic piece of work. But what gives the viewer that sort of giddy feeling when they watch is the fact that the artists and animators have crammed every frame with sight gags. From wacky posters, to the most random, off-the-wall, background characters/scenes, to easter eggs that reference past episodes, there isn't a single frame that doesn't convey just how creative (or crazy?) the people involved with this show were.

It's a shame this work of art received only two seasons, but they're both superb and worth watching again and again and again...
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So, I curiously discovered this while skimming through the videos on site, and I have to tell you, I was hooked. Other reviewers touch on this so it's important to note the direction this particular show is going. Sure, it's politically minded, but don't fear it's undertones. It has certainly paints a broadstroke of dry Simpson's kind of humor while bringing to the forefront a jab at social commentary.

And what better way to have it all come together than setting the show up shop in New York City - it couldn't be a more perfect place to let the comedic brilliance roll off the tongue in cheek. In between that, it's sexually charged and "demonic" in wry humor that may turn off a few people.

But really, no need to be offended.

As long as one keeps an open mind, and laugh out loud in the process, "Ugly Americans," is definitely a reason to do a late night binge watch.
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Crude, explicit, offensive, and absolutely hilarious! If you get easily offended by cracks at religion, violence, or explicit sexual references, then this isn't the show for you. But the truth is that this show is smart, funny, and it's own way, meaningful. It's the story of a guy trying to make the best of awful circumstances and an awful society. He has problems with his job, his girlfriend (daughter of Satan), his roomate (a zombie), and the screwed up American Citizenship program for very interesting newcomers... It is full of references to some classic horror films and also some pun-ny names (i.e. An American Werewolf in America). I highly recommend the show, and I promise many times of insane laughter and plenty of "WTF?!?!" moments. Enjoy!
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The central romance consists of a social worker and the daughter of the devil. If that does not intrigue you, then stray away. This show is extremely funny and clever as it reels you into a world that consists of human and inhuman Americans. Horror tropes are used for comedic effect, exemplified by the moral center of the show and his zombie roommate. If you love horror movies, there will be countless references throughout that make you giggle because they are not always obvious, but it feels very rewarding when you do find them. If you love comedy, this show is for you as well. The only problem is that it ended too soon.
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