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This off-the-wall assortment of bogus TV commercials, fake phone calls and inappropriate comic sketches features Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, the creators of "Tom Goes to the Mayor." The show features appearances by a variety of celebrities -- a list that includes David Cross, John Mayer, John C. Reilly and "Weird Al" Yankovic.

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aired 147 days ago
Sketches, fake commercials, prank phone calls, costumes and more are all part of this extended Christmas extravaganza.
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Tim and Eric engage in a high-stakes game of tennis.
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Mark and Terry Cinco unveil their latest product at Cinco-Con.
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Tim graduates from barber school and celebrates with friends; J.J. Pepper releases a music video.
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Michael Ian Black hosts Focus on Comedy; Dr. Steve Brule teaches children anatomy.
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Eric has a chance encounter with Q; Dr. Steve Brule reads Jan's emotions.
aired 423 days ago
The network forces Tim and Eric to hire Tommy Wisseau.
aired 424 days ago
Tim and Eric take a road trip down to Florida to have a house party and enjoy Eric's parents' loving warmth.
aired 425 days ago
Tim and Eric examine and discuss the mysteries of the universe; Pierre Launches a food poisoning PSA; the Zillions crew returns.
aired 426 days ago
Tim has to investigate when Eric's 3-T Scrot acts up.
aired 427 days ago
Tim and Eric reminisce over hot chocolate with David Liebe Hart and Richard Dunn when they get snowed in.
aired 430 days ago
Tim's mother makes homemade brownies.
aired 431 days ago
Larry reaches his boiling point when things heat up between Mr. Henderson and Carol.
aired 432 days ago
Uncle Muscles throws a benefit to collect bones for Richard Dunn.
aired 433 days ago
Tim and Eric lead a jazz band through chatter scats.
aired 434 days ago
Jim and Derrick get chill with Elisha Cuthbert.
aired 437 days ago
Aboxa Ballons drops by when Tim and Eric run out of show ideas; Brule goes viral; CORBS go coastal; Grill Vogel teaches how to hug in the workplace.
aired 438 days ago
Spagett goes Hollywood; love is not always hard.
aired 439 days ago
Bob Odenkirk negotiates a truce; a child actor finds his voice; C-phone; swing dancing.
aired 440 days ago
Tim and Eric celebrate 100 Years of Jackie Chan; a secret affair is discovered.
aired 441 days ago
Tim returns from the grave with a special gift; Dr. Steve Brule finds that panino smell like horses.

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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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