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Chip Baskets has always dreamed of being a classically trained clown. After flunking out of French clown college -- probably due to his inability to understand French -- he returns home to Bakersfield, California, where he moves in with his mother, Christine, bickers with his twin brother, Dale, longs for his sophisticated Parisian ex-wife, and continues to pursue his professional clowning dream, with the assistance of his friend/assistant/insurance adjuster, Martha. Zach Galifianakis stars as both Chip and Dale, with Louie Anderson as Christine and Martha Kelly in the role of Martha.

Latest episodes

aired 5 days ago
Eddie heads out on a road trip for some old fashioned cowboy justice, dragging Chip and Martha along.
aired 6 days ago
As the Baskets family celebrates Easter over brunch, drama erupts.
aired 7 days ago
No amount of free bottled water can soften the sting of rejection during a family evening together.
aired 7 days ago
Dale, more concerned with a good deal on furniture, leaves his daughters in Chip's care.
aired 14 days ago
When one of Martha's best friend is murdered by another one of her friends, Chip comes to Martha's aid.
aired 14 days ago
Chip takes a new clown at the rodeo under his wing.
aired 14 days ago
A strong command of French is needed to really excel in French Clown School, which Chip Baskets finds out the hard way.
aired 62 days ago
A family game of Hungry Hungry Hippos ends in tragedy.
aired 62 days ago
Chip laments becoming a fake Christmas tree person.
aired 62 days ago
Chip sees a homeless person in a library.
aired 69 days ago
Christine and Martha listen to harp music at brunch.
aired 69 days ago
Martha serves tilapia for Thanksgiving.
aired 69 days ago
Bakersfield gets a frozen yogurt machine.
aired 77 days ago
Chip incorporates a San Joaquin Valley earthiness into his clown routine.
aired 77 days ago
Christine brings the celery.
aired 83 days ago
Christine eats a carrot.
aired 83 days ago
Chip learns how to transfer a call.
aired 91 days ago
Christine turns to Arby's after Chip joins the Russians.
aired 91 days ago
Martha learns to haggle.
aired 97 days ago
Chip attempts to sort it out when someone trying to punch Logan in the face accidentally punches Cody.
aired 97 days ago
Christine tries a Denver omelette in Denver.

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