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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 2009 | 2010 | 2012 | 2013


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Chapter 1

15 February 2009
When he loses his speed, former Major League Baseball pitcher, Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) is forced to move in with his brother in his old home town. Kenny takes a job as a substitute physical education teacher at his old home town.

Season 1, Episode 2: Chapter 2

22 February 2009
Kenny Powers continues to struggle with life after baseball. His efforts to raise money through personal appearances falls flat and his job as a teachers assistant sees him struggling with small town community needs.

Season 1, Episode 3: Chapter 3

1 March 2009
Kenny's money troubles increase and he resorts to trying to merchandise all his memorabilia from his playing days. As sales don't go as well as expected, Kenny suspects he needs God in his life.

Season 1, Episode 4: Chapter 4

8 March 2009
Kenny looks to rekindle an old flame at a barbecue hosted by April and Cutler; Stevie cuts a greatest hits DVD for his favorite ballplayer in hopes of getting Kenny a big-league tryout.

Season 1, Episode 5: Chapter 5

15 March 2009
Convinced he's lost his stuff, Kenny decides to give up his comeback dreams and move on as a working stiff--but his resolve is tested by arrogant car dealer Ashley Schaeffer and his new pet celebrity, a major-league arch-nemesis named Reg Mackworthy.

Season 1, Episode 6: Chapter 6

22 March 2009
In the Season One finale, Kenny says goodbye to his life as a schoolteacher--and bids farewell to Dustin and his family--after he's tendered a big-league job offer in Tampa.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Chapter 7

23 September 2010
Kenny Powers heads to Mexico to lick his wounds and start a new, more anonymous life. Befriended by a neighboring Mexican family and a sultry bar singer named Vida, Kenny emerges from "the darkest hole I've ever been in" by planning a comeback.

Season 2, Episode 2: Chapter 8

3 October 2010
Charros owner Sebastian Cisneros agrees to pull out all the stops in promoting Kenny Powers' return to organized baseball, but Kenny loses motivation after learning a secret about April from an old friend.

Season 2, Episode 3: Chapter 9

10 October 2010
Puzzled by the Mexican fans' lukewarm reception, Kenny starts a grassroots PR campaign to burnish his image, but it takes a vintage Powers flare-up to bring the crowd to its feet. Kenny makes inroads with Vida by inviting her to Sebastian's yacht party.

Season 2, Episode 4: Chapter 10

17 October 2010
Though Charros fans respond to Kenny, he is warned by Roger about the perils of showboating. Kenny learns he has serious competition in his courtship of Vida.

Season 2, Episode 5: Chapter 11

24 October 2010
Kenny considers a new full-time life working in Mexico.

Season 2, Episode 6: Chapter 12

31 October 2010
Kenny settles some old scores and shows Mexico what he's really made of.

Season 2, Episode 7: Chapter 13

7 November 2010
Kenny confronts his future.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Chapter 14

19 February 2012
Enjoying a new lease on his baseball career as the closer for the minor-league Myrtle Beach Mermen, Kenny Powers settles into a life of bodyboarding, jet-skiing and hard-partying with his catcher, Shane. A detour to Shelby to attend the one-year birthday of his child reunites Kenny with April.

Danny McBride ... Kenny Powers

John Hawkes ... Dustin Powers

Jennifer Irwin ... Cassie Powers

Jerry Minor ... Jamie Laing

Katy Mixon ... April Buchanon

Jason Sudeikis ... Shane Gerald

Bryan Adrian ... Young Man

Jim Babel ... Go Kart Worker
Denise S. Bass (as Denise Bass)

Raiko Bowman ... Woman on Boardwalk
Erin Capps
Marc Cardonell

John Cothran ... Baseball Coach
Simon Crist ... Jimmy

William Day ... Man on Boardwalk

Randy Gambill

Jon Michael Hill
A.C. Hoover

Stan Houston ... Mini Golf Husband
Maclaren Laing
Patterson Laing
Claire Mangrum ... Rose Powers (as Clair Mangrum)
Nora Mangrum ... Rose Powers
Austin McLamb ... Toby
Currin McLamb ... Toby
Lee McLamb ... Toby
Ethan Alexander McGee ... Dustin Jr. (as Ethan McGee)

Justin Miles ... Jacques

Bo Mitchell ... Wayne

Michael Rosander
Elijah Rain Stacey

Alex ter Avest ... Andrea

Amber Wallace ... Kate

Jim Dadosky ... College Kid #2 (uncredited)

Chad R Johnson ... Baseball Player (uncredited)
Joe Montanti ... Party Boat Drunk (uncredited)
Tony Morin ... Surfer (uncredited)

Garrett Pace ... Go Kart Employee (uncredited)

Emily Pierce ... College Student (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Chapter 15

26 February 2012
With the baby in tow, a seething Kenny heads north in search of April. Getting no assistance from Dustin, Maria or Jamie, Kenny tracks down his erstwhile lackey Stevie, currently employed at Ashley Schaeffer's car dealership. Kenny crashes a perverse plantation fete the dealer is throwing in an effort to liberate Stevie.

Season 3, Episode 3: Chapter 16

4 March 2012
Pro scout Roy McDaniel arrives in Myrtle Beach to ask Kenny to mentor Ivan Dochenko, a promising young Russian pitching prospect. Stevie lays down the ground rules for his return to Kennyʼs team, while grappling with Shane and Kennyʼs relationship.

Season 3, Episode 4: Chapter 17

11 March 2012
Convinced his son is cursed, Kenny blames Toby for his recent travails. Later, he tries to connect with Shane's straight-laced family during a difficult time. Stevie is overcome by guilt.

Season 3, Episode 5: Chapter 18

18 March 2012
Kenny is surprised by unannounced visitors. Desperate to win back control of his team, Kenny decides to stage the 4th of July party to end all 4th of July parties. Meanwhile, a guilt-ridden Stevie struggles with confessing to Maria.

Season 3, Episode 6: Chapter 19

25 March 2012
Kenny and Eduardo reach into their shared past in an effort to find permanent child care for baby Toby. Stevie continues to lament his loss; Kenny embraces a new pitch while facing up to his responsibilities as a man and a father.

Season 3, Episode 7: Chapter 20

8 April 2012
Kenny tries to win over Coach Banks and get back in the rotation but many obstacles threaten to detour his pursuit of redemption. Stevie attempts to win back Maria.

Season 3, Episode 8: Chapter 21

15 April 2012
Season Three Finale. As Kenny adjusts to the new realities of his life, a twist of fate alters his future with the Mermen.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Chapter 22

29 September 2013
Several years have taken place since we last saw Kenny Powers make the comeback that he's been waiting for, only to throw it all away for the woman he loves. Now working a boring, mundane job at a rental car facility and having given up completely on the party scene, Kenny has become a shell of his former self. That is until he runs into a former teammate - Guy Young, who is now the host of a popular sports talk program. Guy gives Kenny a taste of the A list he so desires, and he wants it bad. And now Kenny believes that he's got a new path to the A-list but will April and Steve stand behind him?

Danny McBride ... Kenny Powers

Steve Little ... Stevie Janowski

Katy Mixon ... April Buchanon

Michael Beasley ... Jimmy Clay

Jillian Bell ... Dixie

Elizabeth De Razzo ... Maria

Omar J. Dorsey ... Dontel Benjamin (as Omar Dorsey)

John Hawkes ... Dustin Powers

Tim Heidecker ... Gene

Jennifer Irwin ... Cassie Powers

Ken Marino ... Guy Young

Jon Reep ... Jed Forney

Jason Sudeikis ... Shane Gerald

Mandi Beers ... Dottie (as Mandy Beers)

Steele Gagnon

Craig Gellis ... Hoodlum
Claire Mangrum ... Rose Powers
Ethan Alexander McGee ... Dustin Jr.

Mariano 'Big Dawg' Mendoza ... Rodney 'Hammer' Garcia (as Mariano Mendoza)

Bo Mitchell ... Wayne

Cullen Moss ... Mark

Kate De Paz ... Hoodlum Girl (as Katy Purnell)
Emma Salzman ... Shayna Powers

Mona Sishodia ... Viv
Raj Vats
Njema Williams
Mia Young
Katie Barber ... Studio Employee / Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Sharika Blockett ... Wife at Car Rental (uncredited)

Laurie Cole ... Make-up Artist (uncredited)
Robert Gregory Cole ... Charity Representative (uncredited)
Jonathan Edwards ... Realtor at Head Table (uncredited)
Carolyn Foland ... Wedding Attendent (uncredited)
Randy Grazio ... Charity Event Guest (uncredited)

Cory Hardrict ... Walter (uncredited)
Lemuel Heida ... Charity Event Patron (uncredited)

William Hutchings ... Charity Event Patron (uncredited)

Hannah Jelinovic ... Charity Event Date at VIP Table (uncredited)
Rob Koebel ... Kenny Powers Funeral Guest (uncredited)

David Pascua ... Charity Event Guest (uncredited)
Stephania Schmidt ... Extra (uncredited)
Jeffry Winkler ... Kenny Powers Funeral Guest (uncredited)
Ben Yemba ... Charity Event Guest (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Chapter 23

6 October 2013
Since his career as a professional baseball pitcher has long past, Kenny begins to seek new fame as a professional sports commentator. His path to this comes from former teammate Guy Young, who invites Kenny to be a guest on his talk show. The first attempt fails miserably as he's nearly laughed off the stage. Kenny knows there's only one person who can help him - Steve, who he reunites with, and Steve helps Kenny take down the trash talkers on Guy's program, but is that enough?

Danny McBride ... Kenny Powers

Steve Little ... Stevie Janowski

Katy Mixon ... April Buchanon

Michael Beasley ... Jimmy Clay

Jillian Bell ... Dixie

Elizabeth De Razzo ... Maria

Omar J. Dorsey ... Dontel Benjamin (as Omar Dorsey)

Tim Heidecker ... Gene

Ken Marino ... Guy Young

Jon Reep ... Jed Forney

Lee Armstrong
Jade Bui

Dave Cohen

Jonathan M. Ewart (as Jonathan Ewart)

Steele Gagnon
Jubei G. Carmack-Gaiters ... Rigoberto Janowski
Ronnin S. Carmack-Gaiters ... Rigoberto Janowski
David Esser Huamani ... Kenny Janowski
Rowan Johnson

Kate Kneeland (as Katie Kneeland)

Mariano 'Big Dawg' Mendoza ... Rodney 'Hammer' Garcia (as Mariano Mendoza)
Eddie M. Salazar
Evily G. Calvario-Salgavo
Emma Salzman ... Shayna Powers
Raj Vats
Monnie Whitson

Laurie Cole ... Make-up Artist
J.W. Burris ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Andrew Cox ... Sports Sesh Audience Member (uncredited)
Carolyn Foland ... Sports Sesh Audience (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Jr. ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Sr. ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Nancy Rouse Hodges ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Caroline Kahn ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Josh Turner ... Sports Sesh Crew (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Chapter 24

13 October 2013
Kenny treats his family and friends to an overnight trip to the local waterpark. A day of good clean fun gives way to an evening of debauchery.

Season 4, Episode 4: Chapter 25

20 October 2013
Kenny follows through on a threat to Gene. Stevie gets Kenny a charity to promote during Guy's goodwill dragon boat race. Taking the lead from his dad, Toby tries to find the courage to feed his new pet.

Danny McBride ... Kenny Powers

Steve Little ... Stevie Janowski

Katy Mixon ... April Buchanon

Michael Beasley ... Jimmy Clay

Jillian Bell ... Dixie

Elizabeth De Razzo ... Maria

Omar J. Dorsey ... Dontel Benjamin (as Omar Dorsey)

Tim Heidecker ... Gene

Ken Marino ... Guy Young
Jade Bui

Vince Canlas

Dave Cohen
Anna Dudnik

Steele Gagnon ... Toby
Jubei G. Carmack-Gaiters ... Rigoberto Janowski
Ronnin S. Carmack-Gaiters ... Rigoberto Janowski

DeVion Harris

Jeffrey Holler
David Esser Huamani ... Kenny Janowski
Rowan Johnson

Kate Kneeland (as Katie Kneeland)

Mariano 'Big Dawg' Mendoza ... Rodney 'Hammer' Garcia (as Mariano Mendoza)
Cathy Poley ... Cheryl Forney
Eddie M. Salazar
Evily G. Calvario-Salgavo
Emma Salzman ... Shayna Powers

Mona Sishodia ... Viv
Raj Vats
Corin Wiggins

Jon Reep ... Jed Forney
Kristi Booher ... Dragonboat Fan (uncredited)
Andrew Cox ... SESH Audience (uncredited)
John Delaney ... Charity Event Guest (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Jr. ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Sr. ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Nancy Rouse Hodges ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)

Jevon Johnson ... Boys Baseball Team (uncredited)

Leigh Ann Karetas ... Dragon Boat Rower (uncredited)
Emily E. Kelly ... Party Goer (uncredited)
Kimberleigh Lauren ... Trophy Wife (uncredited)

David Pascua ... Charity Event Patron (uncredited)

Orlando Ricci ... Neighbor at a Dinner Party (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Chapter 26

27 October 2013
With Kenny getting more and more attention on 'Sports Sesh,' Guy asks him to dial it down a notch. April gets Kenny to agree to undergo couples therapy. Kenny and Stevie map out a new business venture designed to capitalize on Kenny's soaring stock.

Danny McBride ... Kenny Powers

Steve Little ... Stevie Janowski

Katy Mixon ... April Buchanon

Michael Beasley ... Jimmy Clay

Jillian Bell ... Dixie

Cat Cora ... Herself

Elizabeth De Razzo ... Maria

John Hawkes ... Dustin Powers

Tim Heidecker ... Gene

Jennifer Irwin ... Cassie Powers

Ken Marino ... Guy Young
Evily G. Calvario-Salgavo

Dave Cohen

Laurie Cole ... Make-Up Artist

Jonathan M. Ewart (as Jonathan Ewart)
Nicole Farmer ... Therapist

Steele Gagnon ... Toby
David Esser Huamani ... Kenny Janowski

Kate Kneeland (as Katie Kneeland)

Rivka Levin
Claire Mangrum ... Rose Powers
Montrez Marcelle
Ethan Alexander McGee ... Dustin Jr.

Mariano 'Big Dawg' Mendoza ... Rodney 'Hammer' Garcia (as Mariano Mendoza)
John Mills Sr.

Bo Mitchell ... Wayne
Jeff Musial ... Jeff Musial The Animal Guy
Eddie M. Salazar
Emma Salzman ... Shayna Powers

Mona Sishodia ... Viv
Raj Vats

Kevin Wayne ... Billy the Security Guard

Alan Boell ... Mall Shopper #2 (uncredited)
Kristi Booher ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)

Tommy Brown ... SESH Audience (uncredited)
James Collins ... Sams Friend (uncredited)

Morgan Cryer ... Little Girl (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Jr. ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Sr. ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Nancy Rouse Hodges ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Jeremy McLain ... Pool Party Chef (uncredited)

David V Nelson ... Pool Guy (uncredited)
Anthony Rosso ... Skate Parent / Mall Goer (uncredited)

Mike Stevens ... SESH Crew (uncredited)
Jeffry Winkler ... Pool Guest (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Chapter 27

3 November 2013
Kenny gets rattled when Guy introduces a wild card to the show. Stevie recruits Maria to help promote Kenny's side business. April reaches the end of her rope with Famous Kenny.

Danny McBride ... Kenny Powers

Steve Little ... Stevie Janowski

Katy Mixon ... April Buchanon

Michael Beasley ... Jimmy Clay

Jillian Bell ... Dixie

Elizabeth De Razzo ... Maria

Tim Heidecker ... Gene

Marilyn Manson ... Roller Rink Server

Ken Marino ... Guy Young

Jerry Minor ... Jamie Laing

Samantha Beaulieu ... Candy Cox

Jennifer Olympia Bentley ... Reagan (as Jennifer Bentley)
Evily G. Calvario-Salgavo
Jubei G. Carmack-Gaiters ... Rigoberto Janowski
Ronnin S. Carmack-Gaiters ... Rigoberto Janowski

Dave Cohen

Laurie Cole ... Make-up Artist
David Esser Huamani ... Kenny Janowski

Jonathan M. Ewart (as Jonathan Ewart)

Steele Gagnon ... Toby

Kate Kneeland (as Katie Kneeland)

Mariano 'Big Dawg' Mendoza ... Rodney 'Hammer' Garcia (as Mariano Mendoza)

Chris Reed (as Christopher Reed)
Edward Richbourg
Eddie M. Salazar
Emma Salzman ... Shayna Powers
Daniella Short

Mona Sishodia ... Viv
Raj Vats

Victoria Baker ... SESH Makeup Artist (uncredited)
Kristi Booher ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)

Tommy Brown ... Network Executive (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Jr. ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Sr. ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Nancy Rouse Hodges ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
J.D. Irwin ... Angry SESH Audience Member (2013) (voice) (uncredited)
Rob Koebel ... Friend of Kenny Powers (uncredited)
Danecka Peyton ... Sesh Audience (uncredited)
Hunter Saab ... Kiosk Attendant (uncredited)
Lucas Scott-Martin ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Alan Searcy ... Editorial PA (uncredited)
Jerome L. Williams ... Angry SESH African American Guy in Audience (uncredited)
Jeffry Winkler ... High Powered Attorney (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Chapter 28

10 November 2013
Kenny finds his personal travails taking a toll at work. Stevie keeps up appearances in the face of adversity. Dustin and Cassie help Kenny learn a valuable Christmas lesson.

Danny McBride ... Kenny Powers

Steve Little ... Stevie Janowski

Katy Mixon ... April Buchanon

Michael Beasley ... Jimmy Clay

Jillian Bell ... Dixie

Laurie Cole ... Make-up Artist

Elizabeth De Razzo ... Maria

John Hawkes ... Dustin Powers

Tim Heidecker ... Gene

Jennifer Irwin ... Cassie Powers

Ken Marino ... Guy Young

John M. Adrian ... Benjamin (as John Adrian)

Lee Armstrong

Jennifer Olympia Bentley ... Reagan (as Jennifer Bentley)
Evily G. Calvario-Salgavo

Dave Cohen

Kristen DeLuca

Jonathan M. Ewart (as Jonathan Ewart)

Steele Gagnon ... Toby
David Esser Huamani ... Kenny Janowski

Kate Kneeland (as Katie Kneeland)
Lorri Lindberg
Claire Mangrum ... Rose Powers
Ethan Alexander McGee ... Dustin Jr.

Mariano 'Big Dawg' Mendoza ... Rodney 'Hammer' Garcia (as Mariano Mendoza)
John Mills Sr.

Bo Mitchell ... Wayne
Eugene Pigeon (as Eugene Pidgeon)

Paul Rolfes ... Jared
Eddie M. Salazar
Emma Salzman ... Shayna Powers
Daniella Short

Kevin Wayne ... Billy the Security Guard
Yairim Alexandra ... Discouraged Fan (uncredited)
Leila Arafat ... Receptionist (uncredited)

Rochelle Aycoth ... Opera Goer (uncredited)

Victoria Baker ... Caroler (uncredited)

Libby Blanton ... Kenny Power's Massage Therapist (uncredited)
Caitlin Conlon ... Dancer (uncredited)
Kaitlyn Ervin ... Caroler (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Jr. ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Joseph Milton Hodges Sr. ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
Nancy Rouse Hodges ... SESH Audience Member (uncredited)
David Loyer ... Caroler (uncredited)

Jody Matzer ... Sports SESH Man (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Chapter 29

17 November 2013
Kenny Powers is on the verge of achieving his dream - hosting his own talk show, but when a vicious head of the network asks him to emotionally finish off unbalanced Guy Young on-air in order to seal the deal, his moment of truth arrives.

Danny McBride ... Kenny Powers

Steve Little ... Stevie Janowski

Katy Mixon ... April Buchanon

Michael Beasley ... Jimmy Clay

Jillian Bell ... Dixie

Sacha Baron Cohen ... Ronnie Thelman

Laurie Cole ... Make-up Artist

Elizabeth De Razzo ... Maria

Omar J. Dorsey ... Dontel Benjamin (as Omar Dorsey)

John Hawkes ... Dustin Powers

Tim Heidecker ... Gene

Jennifer Irwin ... Cassie Powers

Ken Marino ... Guy Young

Jon Reep ... Jed Forney

John M. Adrian ... Benjamin (as John Adrian)

Jana Allen ... Flight Attendant

Lee Armstrong
Evily G. Calvario-Salgavo
Josh Carter

Jeremy Connors

Jonathan M. Ewart (as Jonathan Ewart)

Steele Gagnon ... Toby
Kevin Hall
David Esser Huamani ... Kenny Janowski

Kate Kneeland (as Katie Kneeland)
Patterson Laing (as Patterson E. Laing)
Watson Robert Laing
Lorri Lindberg
Michael Lucas
Ethan Alexander McGee ... Dustin Jr.

Avana Judea McKoy

Mariano 'Big Dawg' Mendoza ... Rodney (Hammer) Garcia (as Mariano Mendoza)
John Mills Sr.

Bo Mitchell ... Wayne

Cullen Moss ... Mark
Cathy Poley ... Cheryl Forney
Beth Quick

Paul Rolfes ... Jared
Eddie M. Salazar
Emma Salzman ... Shayna Powers
Carter Shaw

Mona Sishodia ... Viv
Austin Spero ... Jerome
Brian Stephens
Raj Vats

Kevin Wayne ... Billy the Security Guard

Alexander Skarsgård ... Adult Toby Powers
Leila Arafat ... Receptionist (uncredited)
Kayla Austin ... Middle School PE Kids (uncredited)
Mary Austin ... TV Staff (uncredited)
Melissa Austin ... Middle School PE Kids (uncredited)

Rochelle Aycoth ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Victoria Baker ... SESH Crew Member (uncredited)

Steve Baldwin ... Bum in Alley (uncredited)

Huck Borden ... Kid in Play / Horse (uncredited)

Tommy Brown ... Network Executive (uncredited)

Don Calhoun ... First Class Passenger (uncredited)

Miller Carbon ... First Class Passenger (uncredited)
Jerry Cashman ... Teacher (uncredited)
David-Alexander Coley ... African Tribesman (uncredited)

William Frasca ... Hotel Doorman (uncredited)

Fred Galle ... Network TV Executive (uncredited)
Keya Hamilton ... 1st Class Passenger (uncredited)

Cerina E. Johnson ... African Princess (uncredited)
Candice Kimbrough ... Tribe Member (uncredited)
Rob Koebel ... First Class Passenger (uncredited)

Lindsay Lohan ... Adult Shayna Powers (uncredited)

Jody Matzer ... TV Station Crew (uncredited)

John Merical ... Movie Fan (uncredited)
Danecka Peyton ... Opera Guest (uncredited)
Jason Stolfi ... Wedding Attendee (uncredited)
Joseph S. Timberlake ... Sesh Crew (uncredited)
Josh Turner ... Sports Sesh Crew (uncredited)
Jeffry Winkler ... Kenny's High Powered Attorney (uncredited)

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