List of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! episodes

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The following is a list of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! episodes. Episodes in seasons 1–3 were all released two days earlier than their air dates on Adult Swim Video.

Series overview[edit]

Season # of
Eps.
Originally aired DVD release date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 10 February 11, 2007 (2007-02-11) April 15, 2007 (2007-04-15) April 22, 2008 April 27, 2009 June 11, 2008
2 10 November 18, 2007 (2007-11-18) January 27, 2008 (2008-01-27) February 10, 2009 August 2, 2010 June 24, 2009
3 10 July 27, 2008 (2008-07-27) September 28, 2008 (2008-09-28) August 4, 2009 N/A December 2, 2009
4 10 February 9, 2009 (2009-02-09) April 12, 2009 (2009-04-12) September 14, 2010 N/A December 1, 2010
5 10 February 28, 2010 (2010-02-28) May 2, 2010 (2010-05-02) May 17, 2011 N/A November 28, 2012
Special December 5, 2010 (2010-12-05) December 15, 2010 N/A N/A

Episodes[edit]

Season 1: 2007[edit]

Every episode of this season was rated TV-14 except for "Abstinence". It was rated TV-MA for sexual content.

Total # Title Original air date Production
code
1 1 "Dads" January 1, 2007 (2007-01-01) 101
Tim’s Dad sends Eric a gift basket wishing him luck on the new show. Leif and C-Boy square off in a hacky sack championship. Dr. Steve Brule reports on fruits and vegetables. Casey and his Brother perform "Time Travel" on The Uncle Muscles Hour. Tim and Eric revive the old "Waiting Room" sketch. A new Cinco toy, "B'owl", is advertised. Tim makes a call to pest control about his bees and his disappointing son, Spraynard Kruger. Guest appearance: Bob Odenkirk
2 2 "Friends" January 8, 2007 (2007-01-08) 102
Cinco Insurance advertises their "Balls Insurance" plan. Eric sends Tim an ornamental hot dog after finding out he is dying of "limp lip". Dr. Steve Brule celebrates 10 years in broadcasting. Pierre teaches children how to dance and scolds them for allegedly possessing rotten meat. Tim and Eric write a jingle for Rolos. Guest appearances: Ron Lynch and Brian Posehn
3 3 "Cats" January 15, 2007 (2007-01-15) 103
Tim learns a new magic trick that runs him into some problems. “Kid Break” shows children that it’s okay to sit down while they pee. Tairy Greene teaches potential Gravy Robbers employees the best gravy robbing techniques. Tim draws free portraits on Hollywood Boulevard. Jaime Stevens returns home from his summer abroad with newfound powers in Kitty Cat Man. Guest appearances: Michael Cera, Zach Galifianakis, and Paul Reubens
4 4 "Sitcom" January 22, 2007 (2007-01-22) 104
Steve and Mike Mahanahan advertise their child-clowns and child-clown shoe rental services. David Liebe Hart and his puppet Jason sing about the Corrinians and meeting in the light, and explain the meaning of "Salame!". Tim and Eric give a seminar on how to build a successful sitcom writing career. Tim and Eric's assistant, Simon, presents them various numbered elderly ladies in "Here She Comes." This episode's "Great Job" sequence is altered in which the word "Salame" is displayed and spoken instead of "Great Job!".

Guest appearances: David Liebe Hart, Bob Odenkirk, and "Weird Al" Yankovic.

Note: This episode is titled "Sitcom" on the Season 1 DVD, but is also known as "Salame".
5 5 "Chunky" February 12, 2007 (2007-02-12) 105
A keytar group plays a song about sports. Carol's secret love for her mean boss finally reaches a boiling point. A new Cinco toy, "T'ird", is advertised. Danny Mothers interviews Glen Tennis about his new film, Crystal Shyps. Vernon performs ventriloquism with his potty-mouthed dummy, Horsey, with Richard Dunn on the drums. Eric pulls a prank on Tim involving spiderwebs. Guest appearances: A. D. Miles and Bob Odenkirk
6 6 "Slop" February 26, 2007 (2007-02-26) 106
Tim and Eric’s replacements host the show. The Beaver Boys attempt to pick up some ladies, go clubbing, and enjoy shrimp and white wine. David Liebe Hart returns with a new puppet and a new song about staying in school. Tragg shows his viewers how to make some of his famous slop on his cooking show “Tragg’s Trough.” “Kid Break” returns with a rap about wearing Dad’s dirty socks. Surplus media distributor Ken Tulley advertises his series of “Fitness Can Be E-Z” tapes and throws in some huge deals along with them. Guest appearances: Ron Lynch and Fred Willard
7 7 "Abstinence" March 9, 2007 (2007-03-09) 107
We get a glimpse of Pall Willeaux’s dreams as he appears in a Lazy Horse Mattress and Bedding Supply commercial. Tim & Eric discuss their plan to replace their crew with elderly men. Tim and Eric beat box. David Cross sings about abstinence to a locker-room porn star in the pseudo-film Pizza Boy. Channel 5 provides live coverage of the “No Sex Hot Dog Parade” as part of “No Sex Week”. Maria Bamford talks about skin care and her abusive mother on her show The New You. Eric has some trouble with the computers at the “Cinco Personal Banking Center”. Guest appearances: Abbey Brooks and Will Forte
8 8 "Anniversary" March 16, 2007 (2007-03-16) 108
Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! celebrates its 50th anniversary hosted by Pat Dudley, but Tim and Eric haven't spoken to each other since an unfortunate stairway incident. Pierre teaches children how to meditate and asks for their dads' email address. Bob Odenkirk advertises "E-Z Kreme," an all-natural diarrhea inducer. Richard Dunn appears in a flashback video, playing an improv game with himself on the show “Dunn-Prov.” Cinco advertises their handy “MIDI Organizer Filing System.” Guest appearances: Tom Kenny and Bob Odenkirk
9 9 "Hamburger" March 23, 2007 (2007-03-23) 109
Tim and Eric are late in delivering the episode to the network and must rely on Hamburger Taxi to get the tape there on time. Dr. Steve Brule educates the Married News Team with a special report on stomach and digestion problems. Tim makes a call to a music store about his "uke’" that keeps falling on his computer. Two men get in a fight over a car crash and settle it with a dance-off using their miniature Tim and Eric dancers. Michael Q. Schmidt debuts his new "Raise My Roof" dance to win the Uncle Muscles Grand Championship. Guest appearances: Neil Hamburger, and "Weird Al" Yankovic
10 10 "Missing" (Part 1) March 30, 2007 (2007-03-30) 110
The Uncle Muscle's Hour is disrupted when Casey wanders off and his brother is forced to adapt to life without him. Eric talks about his collection of rascals on "Nights with Tim Heidecker," which is interrupted by an Uncle Muscles Emergency Broadcast. Dr. Steve Brule delivers a report about modern fashion, resulting in some tension between Jan and Wayne Skylar. The new Cinco product, "B'ougar", turns imaginary fears into real ones. Guest appearance: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Season 2: 2007–2008[edit]

Guest stars this season include Bob Odenkirk, Zach Galifianakis, Patton Oswalt, David Cross, Rainn Wilson, John C. Reilly, Jeff Goldblum, A.D. Miles, Dave Navarro, Tom Skerritt, Maria Bamford, Will Forte, Fred Armisen, Ron Stark and "Weird Al" Yankovic. Every episode was rated TV-14 in this season. On AdultSwim.com, "Forest" was rated TV-14, but one clip with "The Snuggler" was rated TV-MA.

Total # Title Original air date Production
code
11 1 "Vacation" (Part 2) October 25, 2007 201
Casey's fate is revealed. Eric returns from vacation with a video created by his new best friend, Raz detailing their exploits. Comedy performance by James Quall. Bradley Michael Fahrtz advertises the Poop Tube. Raz's presence on the Tim and Eric set instigates awkward jealousy. Magician Gregory hosts "Trick My Trick". Uncle Muscles introduces a clip from the Casey vault, "Hamburgers and Hotdogs". Celebrity impressions by James Quall. Tim tries to spite Eric by showing him a video of his vacation with his new best friend, Tony. Guest appearances: Samuel Proof, Bob Odenkirk and "Weird Al" Yankovic
12 2 "Dad's Off" November 8, 2007 (2007-11-08) 202
Drama ensues when Eric has to compete for his children's respect, against the coolness of the Heidecker family. “Kid Break” returns with a rap about kissing your sister. The newest Cinco product, "Thocks" combines the thong and the sock into one piece of clothing that will spice up your wardrobe. Spagett attempts to spook and surprise people on his hidden camera show. Eric looks for his Chippy in a Thanksgiving dinner. David Liebe Hart sings about his love for one of his puppets.
13 3 "Dolls" November 15, 2007 (2007-11-15) 204
The show "See My Goatee" turns beards and stubble into goatees. Tim and Eric check out the new line of Tim and Eric dolls to promote the show, but there is something wrong with Tim's doll. Steve Brule introduces his new technique of self-defense: Last Resort Fighting. Palmer Scott sings "Sit on You". "Tiny Hats" advertises their line of miniature hats for small men, babies, and dolls. The Beaver Boys are rushed to the emergency room when the level of shrimp in their systems becomes dangerously high. Guest appearance: Patton Oswalt
14 4 "Coma" November 22, 2007 (2007-11-22) 205
Tim announces he's having a birthday party on Saturday and Eric is invited. Cinco advertises their new life-like grandfather doll called "My New Pep-Pep". Ruth Carr sings a song about cheating on her husband with her sexy neighbor entitled "Come Over". Jeff Goldblum advertises the miracle wonder drug "WaitMate" that allows you to sleep through waiting periods. Eric takes WaitMate so he doesn't have to wait any longer for Tim's birthday; but when he overdoses and his memory is erased he requires the help of a rehabilitation expert named Zan to help him get to Tim's party. James Quall sings his song "Beach Blast". Ron Stark interviews Ron Stark for the program "Stark on Stark". Guest appearances: Jeff Goldblum with credit music from Doug Martsch of Built to Spill
15 5 "Forest" November 29, 2007 (2007-11-29) 203
While Tim is taking nature photos he is attacked by Chippy's mother. Dr. Steve Brule gives a report on his favorite video game but forgets the title of it. Tim is rescued and rehabilitated from his attack by a mysterious man known only as "The Snuggler". Uncle Muscles shows a classic clip from 1993 of Casey and his Brother performing "Horse And Buggy Ride". Greg explains why he would be a good lover on the "Video Match" dating service but admits he has petite feet which often make people confuse the sound of his footsteps with that of a lady. The Snuggler mourns the loss of his furry friend, Michael J. Guest appearances: "Weird Al" Yankovic, and Zach Galifianakis
16 6 "Carol" December 13, 2007 (2007-12-13) 206
Dr. Steve Brule gives hygiene advice. Carol's boss taunts her and screens a private sexy video tape intended for his eyes only. Cinco advertises their new edible toy product "Candy Tails", including a tie-in cartoon. Glen Tennis peddles "Crystal Shyps" novelty items on Shopping Indoors. David Liebe Hart replaces Chip The Black Boy. Eric wakes Tim up. The end of the "Crystal Shyps" sketch is a reference to Space Ghost Coast to Coast, another Adult Swim series. Guest appearance: A.D. Miles guest star with music by Aimee Mann and voice over by Maria Bamford
17 7 "Robin" January 6, 2008 (2008-01-06) 207
Dress to impress designs a man's weekend wear. Eric gives Tim his own Robin Williams (played by actor David Born) as a gift, but it soon becomes uncontrollable and runs away right before their two man improv show. The Cinco Library advertises their new Encyclopedia of Numbers. Richard Dunn hosts his own talk show "DUNNGEON" with special guests Dave Navarro and Zwei Dunkel Jungen. Tim and Eric hold auditions for their new film, "Demons". Guest appearances: Will Forte, Rainn Wilson, Stephanie Courtney, and Dave Navarro
18 8 "Innernette" January 13, 2008 (2008-01-13) 208
Jeff Goldblum advertises the encore presentation of The Jeff GoldBluMan Group. Tim and Eric advertise Cinco's new product "The Innernette", which packs all of the magic of the Internet onto one tiny CD-ROM. Another Uncle Muscles Hour classic is unearthed, in which Casey sings a song asking his mommy to come home, with his Brother on the saxophone. A new method of making art using your house cat, called "Pussy Doodles", is advertised. Dr. Steve Brule gives a special report on tips for single life that make it not so awful. Behind the scenes, the "Pussy Doodles" commercial falls apart. David Liebe Hart gives a message on the ethics of the computer. Pierre hosts the "Channel 5 Dance Party" and some familiar faces show up to get their groove on & do some "Sad Dad Dancing". Guest appearances: Jeff Goldblum, David Cross, and Bob Odenkirk
19 9 "Pepperoni" February 3, 2008 (2008-02-03) 209
The episode opens reference to Tom Goes to the Mayor, with The Mayor and Roy have a disagreement as Tom watches. In the documentary "Breadheads" by T. Howard, two middle-aged mothers are obsessed with a children's singer. K.J Nutt hosts the show "Hobby Holes". Dr. Steve Brule gives health advice on the protein found in ants. Tim and Eric make a jingle for actor Tom Skerritt. Kids Break Teen Edition debuts, and Tim decides not to wipe his butt for the environment. The Shins perform "Never Gonna Wipe My Butt" during the end credits. Guest appearances: Rainn Wilson, Tom Skerritt, Harout Pamboukjian, and Fred Armisen
20 10 "Embarrassed" (Part 1) February 10, 2008 (2008-02-10) 210
"D'ump", the latest in digital umpires, is now available from Cinco. Eric shares a naked baby picture of Tim with the audience. Angry and humiliated, Tim later confronts Eric in the parking lot, which leads to a violent confrontation and, ultimately, Tim's death. Tim and Eric perform a music bit about "Pumpers" and follow-up with a song, "Tumblers Are Better than Pumpers". Dr. Steve Brule reports on the latest trends from the region's hottest vineyards and becomes extremely intoxicated in the process. Tim's dad, who is unable to attend his son's funeral because "things came up," says his farewells in a video taped message. Eric turns his cell phone off, which triggers a ring tone featuring the word "good bye" spoken in several languages. Guest appearance: Rich Heidecker

Season 3: 2008-2009[edit]

Guest stars include Bob Odenkirk, Zach Galifianakis, Patton Oswalt, Ed Begley, Jr., John C. Reilly, Will Forte, Brian Posehn, Steve Schirripa, Ray Wise, Elisha Cuthbert, John Mayer, Maria Bamford, Bill Hader, "Weird Al" Yankovic and Rainn Wilson. Every episode of this season was rated TV-14 except for "Larry", which was rated TV-MA.

Total # Title Original air date Production
code
21 1 "Resurrection" (Part 2) October 10, 2008 (2008-10-10) 301
The third season begins as Tim inherits a gift from the grave - creating porcelain tiger statues out of thin air. Dr. Brule helps advertise a panini press, and Tim and Eric start a business capitalizing on Tim's special gift. Guest appearance: Cathy Mitchell
22 2 "Chan" October 24, 2008 (2008-10-24) 302
Channel 5 celebrates 100 years of Jackie Chan, frustrations are revealed on Quilting with Will, and Steve Mahanahan advertises a child clown training video. A rat-tailed Tim carries on an illicit "Sexual Romance" with Eric's wife. This also is one of the few episodes to feature no "great job" sequence, which is a freeze frame of a scene with "great job" written in red. Guest appearances: Will Forte and Abbey Brooks
23 3 "Rascals" November 14, 2008 (2008-11-14) 303
Bob Odenkirk tries to fix Tim and Eric's relationship after Tim kills Eric's rascal. Cinco introduces the Cinco-Fone. Tairy Greene teaches a child acting class. Guest appearances: Patton Oswalt, Bob Odenkirk, Ed Begley, Jr., and Zach Galifianakis
24 4 "Spagett" November 21, 2008 (2008-11-21) 304
Spagett goes Hollywood with the help of Steven Spielberg (played by look-alike Howie Slater[1]) in a very Indiana Jones-like film, a friendship is threatened, and love is not always hard. Guest appearances: Brian Posehn, Steve Schirripa, and Tony Siragusa
25 5 "C.O.R.B.S."
"Recumbent"
November 28, 2008 (2008-11-28) 305
When Tim and Eric run out of show ideas, a box of balloons drops by. Steve Brule researches the Internet and creates the "Steven Brule Viral Clip". C.O.R.B.S. (Cops on Recumbent Bikes) attempt to stop a group of Colombian terrorists trying to take over a sugar factory, which ends in a terrible tragedy and some sound effects. Grill Vogel teaches how to hug appropriately in a workplace. A family deals with divorce. The Cinco Eye Tanning System is advertised. This episode is titled "Recumbent" in TV Guides, but officially as "C.O.R.B.S." on adultswim.com. The episode's "Great Job!" sequence is slightly altered a bit, only replacing the word "Job" with the word "Hug".[2] Guest appearances: Ray Wise
26 6 "Jim and Derrick" March 31, 2009 (2009-03-31) 306
Jim and Derrick board, Chug, and get chill with Elisha Cuthbert in the zone. "Bradley Needlehead" announces he's crazy on a viral video. You've been

bonged! And damn... Drez plays it all back.

Guest appearances: Abbey Brooks and John Mayer
27 7 "Jazz" April 7, 2009 (2009-04-07) 307
Tim and Eric lead their jazz band through jazz chatter scats. The Beaver Boys visit a restaurant and come into contact with some shrimp and white wine. Pleasure or business? How do you truly clean up after your cat? Maria Bamford has the answer in her new show. Guest appearances: Maria Bamford, Steve Pemberton, and Bill Hader
28 8 "Muscles For Bones" April 14, 2009 (2009-04-14) 308
Channel 5 Live broadcast of the Muscles for Bones benefit for Richard Dunn. Starring Richard Dunn, David Liebe Hart, Casey and his Brother, Uncle Muscles, Steve Brule and more! Guest appearances: "Weird Al" Yankovic, and Will Forte
29 9 "Larry" April 21, 2009 (2009-04-21) 309
Larry gets jealous of Mr. Henderson and Carol's date together. Burps with Tim & Eric. Tairy Greene's acting class continues. Bobby Stoan performs on the Channel 5 Child Showcase. Guest appearances: Zach Galifianakis and Rainn Wilson guest star with music by The Bird and the Bee.
30 10 "Brownies" May 12, 2009 (2009-05-12) 310
Tim's mother makes homemade brownies, inciting a fatuous brownie binge. Lindsey Porch sings "I Can Wait". Richard Dunn hosts "Shot Dunn". Dr. Steve Brule explains stomach doubling. Tim and Eric dream of Brownie Mountain. Guest appearances: Black Francis, Bob Odenkirk, Ray Wise

Season 4: 2009[edit]

Sometimes referred to as "Season Quad". Guest stars include "Weird Al" Yankovic, John C. Reilly, Alan Thicke, Zach Galifianakis, Frank Stallone, Tommy Wiseau, Peter Stormare, Fred Willard, Jonah Hill, Sydnee Steele, Michael Ian Black, Dax Shepard, Will Forte, Josh Groban, Scott Thompson, Larry Miller, David Wain, Fred Armisen, A.D. Miles, Flight of the Conchords and The Lonely Island. Every episode was rated TV-14 except for "Snow", "Balls", "Universe", "Tommy" and "Brothers Cinco".

Total # Title Original air date Production
code
31 1 "Snow" February 9, 2009 (2009-02-09) 401
Cinco D-Pants for diarrhea. When a blizzard snows in Tim and Eric, they reminisce over hot chocolate and urine with David Liebe Hart and Richard Dunn. Cinco Napples. More acting lessons with Tairy Greene. Guest appearances: Alan Thicke and Zach Galifianakis
32 2 "Balls" February 15, 2009 (2009-02-15) 402
Eric has a third testicle implanted in his body for "more pizazz". Problems arise for Eric and Tim bloodily investigates. The Cinco Urinal Shower is introduced. We see previews for a show called Whoopsie Daisy, wherein "Whoopsie Goldberg" has a camera following her around to document the blunders that occur in her life. Guest appearances: Frank Stallone and his daughter
33 3 "Universe" February 22, 2009 (2009-02-22) 403
Drs. Jimes Tooper (Warehiem) and H. Donna Gust (Heidecker) examine and discuss the mysteries of the universe. Gettin' It Dunn with David Lieber Mintz. All the food is poison. The Zillions crew. Discount Prices vs. Premium Prices.
34 4 "Road Trip" March 1, 2009 (2009-03-01) 404
Tim and Eric head down to Florida for a road trip to have a house party and enjoy Eric's parents' loving warmth. Gorb, a salesman promotes the Cinco Boy Synthetic Son. Scenes are shown from the Channel 5 TV movie "Back to Squall" starring Jonah Hill, James Quall, and David Liebe Hart. Guest appearances: Peter Stormare
35 5 "Tommy" March 9, 2009 (2009-03-09) 405
Tim and Eric hire Tommy Wiseau to direct a "Pig Man" sketch for them. Features clips from The Room. Cinco introduces the Mancierge service. Guest appearances: Fred Willard, Tommy Wiseau, and Sydnee Steele
36 6 "Origins" March 16, 2009 (2009-03-16) 406
We see Eric first meet Q (Tim Heidecker) while he plays with Devil Sticks. The two become fast friends, Q changes his name to Tim and the two newest best of friends attempt to launch a website. Elsewhere, Make My Bub-Bubs Bounce, a naked-faced man learns about the Cinco Mouth Decorator, and Dr. Steve educates us all an important tip on eggs.
37 7 "Presidents" March 24, 2009 (2009-03-24) 407
Ben Hur hosts The Ben Hur Show Awesome. Tim and Eric both want to be President during a press conference. Includes a Kid Break about bloody nipples, and Channel 5 Presents The Human Body with Dr. Steve Brule. Guest appearance: Michael Ian Black as Focus on Comedy with guests Tim and Eric.
38 8 "Hair" March 29, 2009 (2009-03-29) 408
Cinco introduces the C-Bund. Tim graduates from barber school. Song Legends Karaoke presents Jim Furns' song, "Live with My Dad." J.J. Pepper's Videography ad guest stars Will Forte. Josh Groban sings Casey's hits. Guest appearances: Josh Groban, Scott Thompson, Larry Miller and David Wain
39 9 "Brothers Cinco" April 5, 2009 (2009-04-05) 409
A short film featuring the brothers Cinco, Mark (Tim) & Terry (Eric). During CincoCon, Terry is officially charged with the murder of his wife Lynn. The company rolls out their "E-Trial" software, which takes the place of an actual criminal trial. Music featured by Karen O.
40 10 "Tennis" April 12, 2009 (2009-04-12) 410
Tim and Eric engage in a high stakes game of tennis, while Richard Dunn presides. Meanwhile, Glen Tennis sits down with Grum to discuss the release of their latest film and Spagett becomes the spokesman for the new Cinco product Cigarette Juice. Guest appearances: Fred Armisen, A.D. Miles, Flight of the Conchords, The Lonely Island and Bob Odenkirk

Season 5: 2010[edit]

Often referred to as "Season Cinco". Guest stars include Paul Rudd, Corbin Bernsen, Jack McBrayer, William Sanderson, John C. Reilly, Danny Trejo, Will Forte, Patrick Duffy, MJ Keenan/Puscifer, Wendell Pierce, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Karen Black, John Ennis, Michael Gross, Daphne Rosen, Elizabeth Starr, Bob Odenkirk, Jerry Penacoli, Rainn Wilson, and Will Ferrell. Every episode of this season was rated TV-MA except for "Lucky", which was rated TV-14.

Total # Title Original air date Production
code
41 1 "Comedy" February 28, 2010 (2010-02-28) 501
Tim and Eric develop a comedic platform for their bits, while runny doo threatens Baseball Man's wedding. James Quall and David Liebe Hart star in a new Channel 5 cop drama, Quall of Duty.

Guest appearances: Corbin Bernsen, Jack McBrayer, and Danny Trejo

Note: This is the first episode to air in 16:9 high definition.
42 2 "Puberty" March 7, 2010 (2010-03-07) 502
Eric hits puberty naturally before Tim, causing Tim to seek out synthetic ways to activate puberty to catch up with Eric. Will Grello teaches kids how to build forts out of living room supplies in Fortin' with Will. David Liebe Hart sings a song about puberty. Cinco i-JAMMER introduced. Guest appearance: Will Forte
43 3 "Re-Animated"
"Casey Re-Animated"
March 14, 2010 (2010-03-14) 503
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. This episode was listed as "Re-Animated" on TV Guides, but officially titled "Casey Re-Animated" on Adult Swim Video. Guest appearances: Wendell Pierce as the detective tasked with the remains, Patrick Duffy as the Man Nip salesman, and "Weird Al" Yankovic returns as Uncle Muscles.
44 4 "Choices" March 21, 2010 (2010-03-21) 504
Tim writes the semi-autobiographical novel Choices: The Problem with Eric Wareheim, much to Eric's dismay. A family is temporarily saved from disaster by Cinco's hybrid meat product "H'amb". Two actors discuss their achievements on All Dolled Up. Dr. Steve Brule has bad news. Guest appearances: William Sanderson and Karen Black
45 5 "Crows" March 28, 2010 (2010-03-28) 505
Tim's eyes are pecked out by crows. Flamboyant pop group The Paynus Brothers start a spanking craze. Cinco advertises the Sleepwatching Chair. Guest appearances: John Ennis, Michael Gross, Marilyn Manson,[3] Bob Odenkirk, Jerry Penacoli, and Rainn Wilson guest star
46 6 "Lucky" April 4, 2010 (2010-04-04) 506
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 Cinco Eye Tanning System
Note: This episode was removed from everywhere two days after it premiered. The boy that was featured in the "Dream Cream" sketch was removed from the episode and replaced with a computer animated boy for unknown reasons. It was put back on iTunes on December 31, 2010. Guest appearances: Bob Odenkirk
47 7 "Stuntmen" April 11, 2010 (2010-04-11) 507
Tim and Eric don yellow suits and jackhammer tiny planets in outer space. 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. Guest appearance: Will Ferrell
48 8 "Handsome" April 18, 2010 (2010-04-18) 508
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. Guest appearances: Daphne Rosen and Elizabeth Starr
49 9 "Greene Machine" April 25, 2010 (2010-04-25) 509
An infomercial for the vending machine-sized database of every work Tairy Greene has ever acted in or been remotely related to, such as Little Dancing Man and Little Danson Man. Guest appearances: Zach Galifianakis, LeVar Burton, Peter Cetera, David Cross, Ted Danson, and Richard Marx
50 10 "Man Milk" May 2, 2010 (2010-05-02) 510
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, Paul Rudd watches dancing men on a computer and becomes smitten with Tayne, and Dr. Sam Hyngus and Dr. Bill Phlemn tell us about the two-step plan to cure pools of blood in the stomach, "Be Provocative, Be Organized".

Guest appearances: Fred Armisen, Paul Rudd, and Ben Stiller

Note: Shortly after this episode premiered, Richard Dunn passed away.

Special[edit]

On September 13, 2010 Tim and Eric announced via YouTube that there would be an hour-long Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! "Chrimbus Special." It aired on Adult Swim on December 5, 2010.[4]

Title Original air date
"Chrimbus Special" December 5, 2010 (2010-12-05)
The story of Tim and Eric's Chrimbus, a holiday strongly paralleling Christmas, is told to a little girl in the distant future by her grandfather who reveals himself to be a mythical creature named Dee Vee. Promotions for the DVD release are shown multiple times throughout the special.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Howie Slater". IMDb. Retrieved 2009-04-13. 
  2. ^ ""Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!" C.O.R.B.S. (2008)". IMDb. Retrieved 2009-04-13. 
  3. ^ "'Crows' on Adult Swim Video". Adult Swim. Second part, 04:30. Retrieved 2010-04-01. 
  4. ^ TIM AND ERIC TOUR 2010 & CHRIMBUS SPECIAL PROMO!

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