Gary learns how to flip his twists to screw turkeys.
Gary shares some hands-on advice with a college student.
A video game-based torture proves to be "Game Over" for Gary.
Satan and Troy use hellish tactics to rig a football game.
Gary is forced to recruit new guitar legends at the Crossroads.
Gary and his team of Thunderdevils give an anguished teen a lesson in sex positivity.
Gary saves a college professor from cancel culture only to get canceled himself.
Satan gives new meaning to the phrase “team-building exercise.”
Gary and Troy give Hell a much-needed makeover.
Gary and Claude try to convince a pro baseball player to stop thanking God for every bunt single and thank the Devil instead. Unsportsmanlike hilarity ensues.
Gary has to protect the Devil's sex condo from being sold. Also, the Devil's mistress is Gary's first love.
A plan to put Satan's face on the nickel leaves Gary stranded in the Appalachian mountains. Outdoorsy hilarity ensues.
Gary loses his summon word at a concert. Whoever finds it will have total control of Gary. Unwholesome hilarity ensues.
Gary goes "back to school" to help a high school drama class make a Satan glorifying musical. Scholastic-themed hilarity ensues.
The Devil has his demons compete for a drink of ice water. Cold, refreshing, hilarity ensues.
When Gary goes AWOL, Satan sends for his top bounty hunters.
Gary learns the subtleties of working someone's conscience with help from an unexpected friend.
Television's favorite redneck warlock puts on one last show.
The demons scramble to find true love and bust themselves outta Hell.
The Demons go to Earth to spread the new devil book, which has been rewritten as a teen romance.
The annual Wiccan devil orgy has returned.
Cerberus is tired of guarding the gate to Hell, so he drags Gary out to Earth.
Satan reunites with a beloved 80's hair band to give Millennials a swift kick in their hairless crotches.
The demons find a hole to the female side of Hell.
A drug epidemic in Hell creates an opportunity.
Gary and Claude bring Krampus out of retirement to help ruin Christmas.
A correction of a typo means Gary gets to go to Heaven.
Gary produces a hip, new orientation video to prepare new arrivals for Hell.
Satan travels to the fringes of Hell to meet with some mysterious co-workers.
Satan impregnates Gary, and Gary gives birth to an abomination.
Gary meets a magical visitor from another planet and is told to cut him into pieces.
A roast in Ted's honor fills him with a new purpose.
Satan isn't pleased with the current tortures, so he brings in an outside consultant.
After Troy loses Satan's trust, Eddie gets his shot at proving he has what it takes to become a demon.
It's Golden Fiddle Week and the demons are in a bind, they're way behind, and they're willing to make a deal.
When Satan introduces women to the workplace, things start to get a little steamy and a little acidic and a little swollen.
Satan sends Gary and Claude out to confront Dr. Paul Nickgibbion about the drop in incoming souls from his assisted suicide program.
Dustin Diamond is dead, and Satan decides that his torture will be starring in a cheesy sitcom for all eternity.
A clog in the soul intake line sends Gary and Claude out to discover what's keeping new souls from entering Hell.
When re-negotiations with the union stall, Satan makes some new additions to the Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
Satan taps into the youth market with a hot, new board game.
A charismatic, new leader comes to Hell, and Gary gets shoehorned into an ancient prophecy.
Gary and his brain trust bring radical changes to old-fashioned soul collecting.
An outdated rule, a basket of law rocks, and Gary stand between a devout barbecue purveyor and eternal damnation.
Satan finds his new calling, dropping truth bombs on real Americans.
When Gary gets kidnapped by a ghost-hunting show, he must choose between fame and friendship. (He chooses fame.)
When Hell runs out of ball clamps, Satan sends his best men to get more. Unfortunately, Gary is one of his best men.
When Gary and Troy go to Vegas to steal some souls, they learn you actually can have too much of a good thing.
After Gary gets shot by one of the unborn, Satan institutes an unsensible gun policy to ensure something like that will happen again.
Gary and Satan decide to reboot their favorite fast-food horror movie franchise, but they may have bitten off more than they can chew.
Gary tracks down a delicious surprise.
Gary must choose between friendship or ratings gold.
Created by Lee Hardcastle
Bet you wish this would happen to you.
There is no escape.
That stain is never gonna come out.