The League (2009–2015)
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Training Camp 

The League prepares for the draft and the arrival of Kevin and Jenny's baby boy. Taco's business dealings with Jerry Jones get the guys invited to the Dallas Cowboys' Training Camp.

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Jeff Schaffer
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Katie Aselton ... Jenny
Mark Duplass ... Pete Eckhart
Nick Kroll ... Ruxin
Jonathan Lajoie ... Taco (as Jon LaJoie)
Stephen Rannazzisi ... Kevin
Paul Scheer ... Andre
Rich Eisen ... Rich Eisen
Robert Griffin III Robert Griffin III ... Robert Griffin III
Trent Richardson Trent Richardson ... Trent Richardson
Matt Kalil Matt Kalil ... Matt Kalil
Ryan Kalil Ryan Kalil ... Ryan Kalil
Jerry Jones ... Jerry Jones
Jason Witten ... Jason Witten
Felix Jones Felix Jones ... Felix Jones
Jay Ratliff Jay Ratliff ... Jay Ratliff
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The League prepares for the draft and the arrival of Kevin and Jenny's baby boy. Taco's business dealings with Jerry Jones get the guys invited to the Dallas Cowboys' Training Camp.

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Comedy | Sport

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Release Date:

11 October 2012 (USA) See more »

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FX Network See more »
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Chalupa Batman MacArthur
Performed by Jonathan Lajoie & Jack Nathan Harding
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Totally disappointed
11 October 2012 | by andrew-mickaelSee all my reviews

The League has been one of my favorite comedy shows since the first season began. The unscripted, natural flow of the show is what really drew me in. It is a hilarious show because it is unscripted, it's funny because it's natural and believable.

But this. This is not what I signed up for when I tuned my TV to FX to see the new season of my beloved show. The characters are unnatural, scripted, and stiff. I feel like the producers wanted to shove in as many NFL players into the show and that the actual acting and substance of this episode was an afterthought. They overused lines from previous seasons, took away the distinct personalities of the characters, and instead shoved in generic slapstick in its place. I am thoroughly disappointed by this episode and I hope and pray that the rest of this season is not like this episode. That would be a crime, and the biggest fall from grace since the third Godfather.


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