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Adult Swim describes "The Heart, She Holler" as a "live-action soap opera about folk who ain't never used soap or seen an opera." Specifically, it's set in Heartshe Holler, a town with such a long history of inbreeding that its residents aren't, shall we say, normal. When Hurlan Heartshe -- the secret, long-hidden son of the Heartshe dynasty -- returns to run the town, a conflict ensues with his sisters, Hurshe and Hambrosia, who are trying to take over the town themselves.

Latest episodes

aired 56 days ago
Hurlan must crack the nut of the town curse.
aired 57 days ago
Hambrosia and Hurshe seek control of the holler.
aired 58 days ago
Boss Hoss Heartshe dies, secretly leaving the town to someone.
aired 59 days ago
Before his death, the father of a Southern family puts his son in charge of a town, but his sisters think the town belongs to them.
aired 63 days ago
While it is busy having fun, victory is eaten by time flies.
aired 64 days ago
The only true fact left in the whole world turns out to be a police sting to catch sexual predators and lock them up behind pearly gates.
aired 65 days ago
For once, the tail manages to catch its snake and gobbles it down with a side of bibleberries.
aired 66 days ago
When little ol' love finally learns to talk, it chooses instead to yowl until its throat fills with brown.
aired 70 days ago
Children are born corrupt and rot gradually over time.
aired 71 days ago
The history of America is a narrative concerning the triumph of white supremacy.
aired 72 days ago
One billion gods working inside three trillion universes couldn't possibly create a reality this stupid.
aired 73 days ago
Crawling into a living cadaver.
aired 84 days ago
Destiny spelled sdrawkcab is Mee Maw.
aired 85 days ago
Confronting collective despair.
aired 86 days ago
A dumb guy with a brain.
aired 87 days ago
A stranger shows that humanity is a celestial continuum.
aired 91 days ago
Heartshe is bitten by American "sexceptionalism."
aired 92 days ago
Hurlan's heart becomes tangled.
aired 93 days ago
Hurlan finally feels a mother's touch.
aired 94 days ago
Death plays doorbell ditch with Doc.
aired 98 days ago
A henchbaby's guilt haunts the Holler; Hurlan must become a man.

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