When "Boss" Hoss Heartshe dies, he bequeaths his town to his long-hidden and dim-witted son Hurlan, who has just been introduced to human society. Thus begins the bizarre and horrifying saga of Heartshe Holler.
After mastering immortality, mad scientist Victor Frankenstein turns his attention to time travel, creating a number of wormholes connected to his Eastern European village, allowing him ... See full summary »
Jeff Bryan Davis,
Never forget? Terrorism hasn't, and neither will the NTSF:SD:SUV. In a world where threatening danger looms large and Homeland Security won't secure itself, San Diego's citizens can't afford not to trust in the NTSF.
June Diane Raphael
"Is hell a hostile work environment?" It's a common question, and one that can be answered by Gary, a career demon with the anal fissures to prove it. Follow Gary's misadventures as he treads fire trying to do Satan's work.Written by
I don't know where the hater gets his idea that this is garbage nor do I know how this can be called a sample of GOP politicking since the show was around before the last election. Some people just have to find a way to politicize even the most absurd things I guess. All I do know, for sure, is this is one great episode after another. Gary, very ably played by Henry Zebrowski makes this show pop with his perfect timing and delivery. Claude, is another great character. He's Gary's intern and he is constantly undermining Gary and sucking up to Satan, to no avail. Satan by the way is played by Matt Servitto . He does a superb job. There are several episodes that stand out and I honestly can't think of a miss in any of them. The only problem I have with this show is that it only runs for roughly 12 minutes. I could absolutely watch this show everyday and never get bored with it. I eagerly await the next season.
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