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Tim and Eric engage in a high stakes game of tennis, while Richard Dunn presides. Meanwhile, Glen Tennis sits down with Grum to discuss the release of their latest film.
(Fred Armisen, AD Miles, Bob Odenkirk)
Tim and Eric develop a comedic platform for their bits, while runny doo threatens Baseball Man's wedding. (Guest starring Corbin Bernsen, Jack McBrayer, John C Reilly, Danny Trejo)
Frank Slaten was expecting pizza, but is pleasantly surprised by the Tiramisu. Maybe he'll get pizza later? Something goes terribly wrong when the Stontmehn Brothers demonstrate the Exploding Pumpkin. (Guest starring: Will Ferrell, John C Reilly, Steve Mahanahan)
When a young actress stumbles upon Casey's remains in the woods, she unknowingly sets his reanimation in motion. (Guest starring: Patrick Duffy, Maynard Keenan, Wendell Pierce, John C Reilly, Al Yankovic)
Tim writes a tell-all expose about his comedy partner Eric. H'AMB saves a life. A couple Hollywood vets get All Dolled Up. (Guest starring: Karen Black, John C Reilly, William Sanderson)
Cinco finally develops a product that helps male friends watch each other sleep. The Paynus Brothers release a new single. (Guest starring: John Ennis, Michael Gross, Marilyn Manson, Jerry Penacoli, Bob Odenkirk, Rainn Wilson)
Tairy Greene stars in Little Dancin' Man, not to be confused with Little Danson Man. (Guest starring: LeVar Burton, Peter Cetera, David Cross, Ted Danson, Zach Galifianakis, Richard Marx)
Tim and Eric square off to settle who is the more handsome, fancy man. Hang around for a sneak peak at what's inside Richard Dunn's mouth. (Guest starring: Bob Odenkirk)
Eric hits pubbs naturally before Tim, causing Tim to seek out synthetic ways to activate pubbs to catch up with Eric. Fortin' with Will. (Guest starring: Will Forte)
Kent is surprised to find his friend's reflection in the hand mirror while preparing to head out on a double date. He's even more surprised to see him standing Broach-less.
Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! celebrates the 10 year anniversary of the show with a special 1/2 hour new episode.