Eagleheart (TV series)
|Created by||Michael Koman
Michael Gladis (2011–12)
Jack Wallace (2012–14)
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||34 (and 1 unaired pilot) (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Michael Koman
|Running time||11 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Dakota Pictures
|Original network||Adult Swim|
|Picture format||16:9 HDTV|
|Original release||February 3, 2011 – January 16, 2014|
Eagleheart is an action-comedy television series that aired on the American programming block Adult Swim. Eagleheart is produced by Conan O'Brien's production company, Conaco, and stars Chris Elliott as Chris Monsanto. The series aired from 2011 to 2014.
Eagleheart follows US Marshal Chris Monsanto as he fights crime with his two partners: the slow-witted Brett and by-the-book Susie. They take on drug smugglers, art thieves, kidnappers, and con artists with bloody violence and gruesome deaths ensuing. The Marshals report to The Chief who gives them their assignments. There is little continuity between episodes in the first two seasons, with no running storylines. The third season features an extended season-long storyline entitled Paradise Rising.
|Chris Elliott||Chris Monsanto|
|Maria Thayer||Susie Wagner|
|Brett Gelman||Brett Mobley|
|Michael Gladis||Chief (Season 1-2)|
|Jack Wallace||Captain (Season 2-3)|
|Pete Gardner||Dr. Gardner|
Season 1 (2011)
|Title||Directed by||Original air date||Prod.
|1||1||"Get Worse Soon"||Jason Woliner||February 3, 2011||107|
|Marshal Chris Mansanto is assigned two new partners when his latest is killed in a shootout with a crime lord Vargas (Roger Guenveur Smith). When he finds out Vargas wasn't killed, Monsanto attempts to gain vengeance at the hospital, only to find him in a brain damaged state, and decides to help rehab him first.|
|2||2||"Creeps"||Eric Appel||February 10, 2011||110|
|A local creep is murdered in the area and Chris must assemble a competent team of marshals to investigate the case. Along the way, damaging secrets are uncovered that threaten to tear the entire force apart.|
|3||3||"Master of Da'Skies"||Eric Appel||February 17, 2011||109|
|Chris learns of a shocking loophole in the town's law. In the sky, there are no laws and a baron rules the sky underworld in his flying zeppelin Cloudtopia.|
|4||4||"Me Llamo Justice"||Jason Woliner||February 24, 2011||108|
|The news of potentially sinister plots forces Chris and his team to take a trip south of the American border and investigate the country of Mexico in the hopes of bringing dangerous villains to justice.|
|5||5||"Death Punch"||Jason Woliner||March 3, 2011||101|
|Chris is devastated after resorting to use a deadly punch.|
|6||6||"Double Your Displeasure"||Jason Woliner||March 10, 2011||102|
|Chris encounters twins from his past that turn out to be more than they initially appear and force him to deal with the harsh reality that his past may not be as upstanding and just as he remembers.|
|7||7||"Chris, Susie, Brett, and Malice"||Jason Woliner||March 17, 2011||105|
|The Marshals accidentally are witnesses to a lethal mob execution and are forced to go into hiding as to avoid retribution; Chris and his team are afforded shocking new identities and are assigned to temporary new roles.|
|8||8||"Susie's Song"||Jay Karas||March 24, 2011||111|
|Chris tracks another dangerous fugitive who has a connection to Susie; Susie’s connection to a fugitive teaches her an important lesson about the shocking qualities that love can sometimes provide.|
|9||9||"The Human Bat"||Jason Woliner||March 31, 2011||106|
|Chris and his team’s investigation of a fugitive calls into question the respect afforded to Brett, and leads him to make a drastic decision in order to gain the stature within the team he feels he deserves.|
|10||10||"Once in a Wattle"||Jason Woliner||April 7, 2011||103|
|A hunt for missing seniors prompts Chris to go undercover. (Special guest appearance by Mickey Rooney)|
|11||11||"Danger: Mountain Lions"||Troy Miller||April 14, 2011||104|
|Chris goes on a search for a mountain lion he once cared for.|
|12||12||"A Mug of Chili and a Bowl of Death"||Jay Karas||April 21, 2011||112|
|Chris is left to investigate the disappearance of many of his marshal comrades, but the search proves tiresome and he's forced to rest for a hearty meal.|
Season 2 (2012)
|Title||Directed by||Original air date||Prod.
|13||1||"Gabey, Calvin and Stu"||Jason Woliner||April 12, 2012||201||1.40|
|Marshal Chris Monsanto's past comes back to haunt him - or does it?|
|14||2||"Bringing up Beezor"||Benjamin Berman||April 19, 2012||205||1.67|
|Brett's cherished bezoar turns out to be more than he bargained for.|
|15||3||"Silly Sammy"||Jason Woliner||April 26, 2012||202||1.44|
|An organ thief is on the prowl in Elmwood Park and the marshals must go undercover to catch him. His identity will shock you. (Special Guest: Ben Stiller as Silly Sammy)|
|16||4||"Blues"||Jason Woliner||May 3, 2012||206||1.43|
|Chris goes on a journey to discover the blues - and learns that it may be in danger. (Special Guest: Dean Norris as Deke)|
|17||5||"Little Dude"||Jason Woliner||May 10, 2012||208||1.66|
|To catch a judge-killing hermaphrodite, Susie must go undercover - under the belt, if you catch my drift, and I'm pretty sure you do. (Special Guest: Kelly Mantle as 'Maph)|
|18||6||"Tinselwood"||Peter Lauer||May 17, 2012||203||1.61|
|When a killer releases a hit list that includes some of the biggest stars in showbiz, Chris, Brett and Susie must head to Tinselwood, similar to Hollywood, to stop him.|
|19||7||"Beat Shack"||Peter Lauer||May 24, 2012||210||1.58|
|When the town's newest crime boss kills the town's favorite hardware merchant, the marshals use extreme measures to catch him. Plus: Doc Shades finds a second career.|
|20||8||"Honor Thy Marshal"||Jason Woliner||May 31, 2012||212||1.53|
|A behind-the-scenes look at the U.S. Marshals Service. Do you have what it takes to become a U.S. Marshal? (Guest star: Conan O'Brien)|
|21||9||"Exit Wound the Gift Shop"||Benjamin Berman||June 7, 2012||209||1.58|
|Chris's signature blood splatters turn him into an art world star - but will success ruin the nation's top marshal? (Guest Star: Bud Cort)|
|22||10||"Tramps"||Jason Woliner||June 14, 2012||207||1.55|
|The king of the tramps goes missing and the marshals realize that something stinks - and it isn't just the tramps themselves.|
|23||11||"Bringing Down Bunju"||Jason Woliner||June 21, 2012||211||1.34|
|When Chris, Brett and Susie bring a brutal dictator to justice, they learn that marshaling isn't all fun and games. Although sometimes it is games. But not fun.|
|24||12||"Old Gary"||Jason Woliner||June 28, 2012||204||1.48|
|The Marshals are called to the woods to quell tensions between loggers and some local activists. They uncover a lot more than you were expecting.|
Season 3 (2013–14)
Season three's linked story arc is called "Paradise Rising."
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers
|25||1||"Moss"||November 14, 2013|
|Chris deals with the aftermath of a tragedy involving Brett and a blackmail plot. This is a double-length episode.|
|26||2||"Whitley"||November 21, 2013|
|Susie pitches her television show. Chris covers up what he has done.|
|27||3||"Bowsley"||November 28, 2013|
|The Marshalls take on Junkyard Steve. Susie makes a decision regarding Chris after the debut of her television show.|
|28||4||"Grandy"||December 5, 2013|
|Chris fights for a bunk in a homeless shelter and discovers the secrets of the Marshall Service. Susie gets a promotion. This is a double-length episode.|
|29||5||"America"||December 12, 2013|
|Chris is put on trial, escapes and goes on the run. Featuring the return of the death punch.|
|30||6||"Joe"||December 19, 2013||1.26 |
|Chris meets Joe Estevez.|
|31||7||"Quint"||December 26, 2013|
|Chris learns the secrets of the Marshalls from his old Mentor and encounters Paradise Rising.|
|32||8||"Spats"||January 2, 2014|
|Chris attempts to solve the shoe problems of the town of Millbrook.|
|33||9||"Gribbs"||January 9, 2014|
|Chris searches for Brett in the Amazon, finds love and meets an old friend.|
|34||10||"Honch"||January 16, 2014|
|The search for Brett concludes, Susie finds her place in the world and Chris meets his final destiny. This is a double-length episode.|
- http://www.vice.com/read/director-jason-woliner-talks-about-bob-odenkirk-and-david-crosss-new-netflix-show-456Director Jason Woliner Talks About Bob Odenkirk and David Cross's New Netflix Show "[Q:] Any talk about a fourth season? [A:] Not currently. Maybe in ten or 20 years there will be another wave of nostalgia. Whoever saw Eagleheart when they were 15, they'll try to make another season."
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