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From the minds of Adult Swim veterans Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, this anthology's tales might best be described as horrifying, insane or -- at least -- dark. The 15-minute episodes feature various guest stars. While its gallows humor is distinctly Tim and Eric, the presentation quality probably won't jibe with what their fans are used to; the guys' longest-running show, "Tim and Eric's Awesome Show, Great Job," had a low-quality, public-access feel to it, whereas "Bedtime Stories" has high production values.

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Mr. Dimler escapes the institution for one last encounter with Scotty and is disappointed with the results.
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Maureen and Bryan's marriage is tested when The Duke enters the picture.
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Barry struggles to make piano sales and Mr. Crown becomes fixated on a new dessert.

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