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Adult Swim veteran Tim Heidecker ("Tim and Eric Awesome Show") created and stars in this spoof of action films. He plays Special Agent Jack Decker, who is tasked with stopping terror threats before they get underway. Decker is assisted on the mission by his partner, Special Agent Kington. This time around, the agents are on a plane that is controlled by terrorists who are aiming it at Mount Rushmore.

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aired 102 days ago
Decker Jr. and his friends visit his father's burial site; a powerful enemy prepares for his revenge.
aired 103 days ago
Decker Jr. and others learn the importance of the stars and stripes through the power of the movies.
aired 104 days ago
While on the job for his famous security business, Decker becomes close with a top client.
aired 105 days ago
Framed for a crime he didn't commit, Decker has forty-eight hours to clear his name.
aired 109 days ago
Decker's family vacation in Hawaii is interrupted by breaking news.
aired 110 days ago
Decker and Kington race against the clock to prevent a massive attack that threatens the entire male gender.
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Agent Jonathan Kington finds a new champion of American freedom.
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Supergroup, Dekkar infiltrates the world's most powerful terrorist group.
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When an energy crisis plagues the United States, Decker and Kington discover a powerful organization at the root of it all.
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Decker time travels to stop one of the largest attacks against America.
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Young recruit Jack Decker rallies against the PC culture around him to save hundreds of innocent heroes.
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Jack Decker finds himself in a treacherous situation with no one but Jonathan Kington to help.

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