"Jim and Derrick": Tim and Eric "take a night off" from The Awesome Show to bring you this very special NEW show: a wonderful spoof of themselves that lampoons the music skills of DJ Dougpound (Doug ...
Xavier is a faun-like wanderer/seeker who is traveling across the land to find out the truth about his mysterious origin. Facing rednecks, inflicting righteousness and preaching about the 'strong, silent types' and morality, this hero has his work cut out for him.
In the greenscreen segments, Eric Wareheim could sometimes been seen with his legs in awkward positions. This is because that the studio had a low ceiling, and Eric is six feet, six inches tall, so he often had to crouch to avoid hitting his head. He also had to sometimes put his head in awkward positions to avoid the studio lights' glare in his eyeglasses. See more »
When "Tom Goes to the Mayor" ended, i was sad, because the humor in that show was very unique. So when "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!" was announced, i couldn't wait to see what the duo had cooked up this time. Needless to say, it works. The show has no plot and basically parodies everything that people hate, such as infomercials and local commercials. The humor isn't for everyone, it's definitely not "mature" humor by any means. But it's great comedy with perfect timing and just the right amount of annoyance that makes the Awesome Show so great. A good example is a sketch called "Here She Comes" in which "Weird Al" walks elderly women down a wedding aisle where at the end stand Tim and Eric who consistently repeat, "Here she comes..." Guest spots pop up everywhere, mostly from underrated comedians such as Zach Galifinakis (sorry if that was misspelled) in the memorable "Gravy Robbers" sketch. As I said, the show isn't for everyone. But for those who can identify with the humor of Tim and Eric, this show will be your new reason to not smash your TV each week.
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