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Nick Swardson's Pretend Time 2 Seasons 2011

Season 2
3.2 out of 5 stars (6) IMDb 6.1/10

Sex with zombies. Piatas made from the dearly departed. Reality stars that are 16 months and pregnant. Nick Swardson doesn't just cross the line; he obliterates it--in a second season of totally original and completely deranged sketch comedy.

Starring:
Nick Swardson, Craig Anton
Original air date:
November 16, 2011

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1. Baby Not From Booty

This season premiere features Nick discussing dive bars, a parody of "16 and Pregnant," an infomercial for an unorthodox way to get better abs, and Wheelchair Cat defending one of his 9 lives in court. Guest starring Simon Rex.

CC TV-14 October 5, 2011 22 minutes
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2. Show Me On The Doll

Nick confesses to involvement in a bathroom mishap, along with sketches including a space alien paternity test, a successful trial lawyer, and a cleaning product that picks up stubborn stains. Guest starring Jay Johnston.

CC TV-14 October 12, 2011 21 minutes
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3. PETA Not On Set

Nick talks about the differences between the iPhone and the Droid. Sketches include a send-up of local news broadcasts, a man meeting his girlfriend's unorthodox parents, and the story of a man and his dog with a new twist.

CC TV-14 October 19, 2011 22 minutes
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4. Full Blown Eggs

Sketches include a commercial for a restaurant where only certain customers get to eat free, a man consolidates both his businesses due to the recession, and Wheelchair Cat ends up in the hospital.

CC TV-14 October 26, 2011 20 minutes
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5. The Mis-Education of Garry Gaga

Nick talks about sitting next to actress Liv Tyler during a first class flight. Sketches include a man receiving a unique face transplant, a distraught family, and Garry Gaga trying to warm up to the new police captain.

CC TV-14 November 2, 2011 21 minutes
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6. Flying Stripper

Nick talks about Johnny Depp's amazing life. Sketches include a couple's disastrous date, a stripper getting magical powers, and a breakfast cereal character turning a holiday dinner into a nightmare. Guest starring Ron Perlman.

CC TV-14 November 9, 2011 22 minutes
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7. Legalize Meth

Nick talks about sketches that never made it into the show. Sketches include drunk girls causing havoc, a first time dad becoming paranoid, and a man performing an awkward eulogy. Guest starring Owen Benjamin.

CC TV-14 November 16, 2011 21 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Starring Nick Swardson, Craig Anton
Supporting actors Ava Brunini, Eloy Casados, John Cramer, Antaneeca Davis, Christina DeRosa, Kevin Dorff, Comfort Fedoke, Chris Hardwick, Melinda Hill, Brian Huskey, Mike Iorio, Tobias Jelinek, Jenny Lin, Steve Luna, Nino Nava, Eileen O'Connell, Pason, Michael Andrew Stock
Season year 2011
Network Comedy Central
Producers Robyn Adams, Tom Gianas, Jason Korstad, Aaron Lovell, Doug Robinson, Nick Swardson, Mara B. Waldman
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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This review is more about the show as a whole than just one episode.
Nick Swardon's Pretend Time can be sickly funny, the kind of humor where you ask yourself "Wait, why do I know what this skit is about?" Nick Swardson has a twisted yet rad sense of funny. But not all of the skits are great. There are more than a few that feel awkward and contrived. While some strive to be awkward, others try to be funny and end up kind of ...meh.
Every episode has at least one skit that will make you burst out with deep sickly laughter.
To me, the best is "Wheelchair Cat". Other Highlights include Lady Gaga's brother Garry The Cop, Bargain Bob's Hardware and Adult bookstore, Mr. Creepy and Gay Robot.
Sad to say, The Series has been cancelled. Another season would have been nice.
All in all, this is a good show with a few "blah" moments, but the awesome skits and disturbing sketches more than outshine the "meh" moments.
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If you don't like this show or are offended by it, you probably need to go back to watching kids shows and nickelodeon. Let's face it mature adult humor, or even mature humor has to make you think: omgwtf!? to truly be appreciate it. lol, sit back and enjoy.
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my favorite show ever
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