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Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! (2007)

Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! is an American sketch comedy television series, created by and starring Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, which premiered February 11, 2007 on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim comedy block and ran until May 2010. The program features surrealistic and often satirical humor, public-access television–style musical acts, bizarre faux-commercials, and editing and special effects chosen to make the show appear camp. The program featured a wide range of actors, spanning from stars such as Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, David Cross, Bob Odenkirk, Will Forte and Zach Galifianakis, to alternative comedians like Neil Hamburger, to television actors like Alan Thicke, celebrity look-alikes and impressionists. The creators of the show have described it as "the nightmare version of television."

Release Date: Sun, Feb 11, 2007

Country: US
Language: En
Runtime: 11

Season 5:

Comedy
Episode 1: Comedy (Feb 28, 2010)
Tim and Eric return at top form with the new and improved show the fans have been wanting. Diahhreaphragm with Jack McBrayer, Diahhreabedis, Quall Of Duty: San Diego Streets, Morning Meditations, Brule's Rules.
Puberty
Episode 2: Puberty (Mar 07, 2010)
Eric hits puberty naturally before Tim, causing Tim to seek out synthetic ways to activate puberty to catch up with Eric. Fortin' with Will.
Re-Animated
Episode 3: Re-Animated (Mar 14, 2010)
Casey Tatum, who died in a fiery car crash in a previous season, is brought back to life by his brother after a little girl discovers his bones in the woods. Wendell Pierce guest stars as the detective tasked with the remains.
Choices
Episode 4: Choices (Mar 21, 2010)
Tim writes the semi-autobiographical novel Choices: The Problem with Eric Wareheim, much to Eric's dismay. Meanwhile, the Cinco H'amb saves another life by offering a cheaper alternative to expensive food products (Guest starring William Sanderson). Two actors discuss their achievements in All Dolled Up, and Dr. Steve Brule delivers a depressing message.
Crows
Episode 5: Crows (Mar 28, 2010)
Tim's eyes are pecked out by crows. Cinco advertises the Sleep Watching Chair, a product that helps male friends watch each other sleep. Flamboyant pop group The Paynus Brothers release a new single and start a spanking craze.
Lucky
Episode 6: Lucky (Apr 04, 2010)
Tim wears a Cinco Musky Tusk Necklace for good luck, while claiming that Eric's rabbit's foot necklace has no effect. Pierre dreams of a barbecue while under the influence of Dream Cream. The Cinco Bro-oche is advertised in a parody of the Eye Tanning System from "C.O.R.B.S."
Stuntmen
Episode 7: Stuntmen (Apr 11, 2010)
Steve Mahanahan will be going to jail for touching a clown, but his father Donald's Original Child Clown Outlet remains in business. Disaster strikes when the Stontmehn Brothers perform the "exploding pumpkin" trick on Feminine Perspectives.
Handsome
Episode 8: Handsome (Apr 18, 2010)
Tim and Eric go on a quest to determine who is number one handsome man. Meanwhile, a party is successfully slept away with Cinco Face-Time Party Snoozer.
Greene Machine
Episode 9: Greene Machine (Apr 25, 2010)
An infomercial for the vending machine-sized database of every work Tairy Greene (Zach Galifianakis) has ever acted in.
Man Milk
Episode 10: Man Milk (May 02, 2010)
The half-hour series finale. Tim and Eric are gearing up for the holidays when they begin to lactate. Thinking quickly, the boys (and Eric's son Koi) decide to bottle their man milk to give as holiday gifts. However, they neglect to pasteurize the milk, killing everyone. Meanwhile, Ben Stiller and Ben Hur join forces to form the dynamic comedy duo Ben StillHur, Cinco unveils its Privacy Helmet, David Liebe Hart sings about overseas STDs, and Paul Rudd watches dancing men on a computer and becomes smitten with Tayne.

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