Tim agrees to pose as a Hispanic VP at his boss' request, and Debbie helps him out with his charade; Tim gets in hot water at the wedding of Amy's sister by befriending an unconventional priest and ...
A divorced father, he has custody of his 23-year-old slacker son Ben, who dreams of wealth and freedom but is too lazy to find a real job. Dr. Katz's receptionist is the acerbic Laura. He ... See full summary »
H. Jon Benjamin,
Was canceled twice, the first time being directly after the second season. The show's creator, Steve Dildarian, said it was resurrected for a third season largely because HBO felt pressure from comedic talent they were eager to work with in the future. See more »
3 series & still nobody has ever heard of The Life & Times of Tim. It's not even released on DVD in the UK. If you want it you'll have to get it on import.
The humour is similar to Curb Your Enthusiasm with Tim getting into difficult situations (not always his fault) and then making them worse as each episode progresses. It's dry & understated, even when the situations become crazy. The characters are all brilliant, even minor ones such as Helen, Debbie or Stu's Dad. Tim's friends Rodney & Stu are idiots who invariably land him in trouble while keeping out of it themselves.
If you like adult cartoons, check it out.
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