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Dream Cruise 

When their employees threaten to quit due to a lack of health insurance, Tim and Sam try to collect the money that they're owed from previous jobs. Guest starring Cecily Strong and Michael Che.

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Becky Martin

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Zach Kanin (created by), Joe Kelly (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sam Richardson ... Sam Duvet
Tim Robinson ... Tim Cramblin
Chadwick D'Aigle Chadwick D'Aigle ... Fat Dream Cruise Nazi (as Chad D'Aigle)
Andre Belue
Michael Che
Anthony Ennis Anthony Ennis
Mike Eshaq Mike Eshaq ... Pete the Plumber
Marc Evan Jackson ... Dr. Kozak
Tiren Jhames Tiren Jhames ... Harvey Bart
Glenda Hall Glenda Hall
Pat Vern Harris Pat Vern Harris ... Sheila Portnadi
Lailani Ledesma ... Lea
Christian Mathias Christian Mathias
Brandon Muzzey ... Eddie's Son
Carollette Phillips ... Rhonda Devereux
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When their employees threaten to quit due to a lack of health insurance, Tim and Sam try to collect the money that they're owed from previous jobs. Guest starring Cecily Strong and Michael Che.

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Comedy

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TV-14
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28 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Kind of a Stall
4 April 2017 | by DrGlitterhouseSee all my reviews

Leah's threatening to quit over Cramblin and Duvet's not having paid its health insurance premiums sets Tim and Sam on an odyssey to collect from past clients who haven't paid them.

Sam and Tim's "innocent viciousness" was thankfully on display this week, but it wasn't enough to buoy "Dream Cruise." Like the first few episodes, this episode was too provincial for my tastes. Some of the scenes (Mike Eshaq mocking how Sam and Tim laugh, the "Cash for Copper"/"On the Books" scene, and the Lawyer Mom scene) were brilliant. Some of the other scenes (specifically the Dream Cruise and the doctor visit montages) were mostly annoying time filler. This episode felt like a series of bits stuck together lacking a core. I recognized several of the locations, and I had no idea Diana Lewis' daughter was no longer an anchor, but what was there for viewers who aren't familiar with the Detroit area? The scene where Sam and Tim get caught in Dream Cruise traffic put me in mind of the auto show in the Jay Leno movie, Collision Course. Since when does the Dream Cruise wind through residential neighborhoods? Or maybe that's just the Detroiter in me.

What's wrong with "Dream Cruise" can be symbolized by the scene on Lawyer Mom's porch, when she's talking about "pay to play" porn sites and diverges into cartoon character porn. It sounds like a rant someone might have improvised and then decided to stick in the episode. Hilarious, but how does it fit in with the rest of the show? That's the difference between a good sketch and a good TV show episode. Not the worst episode, but definitely a step back after the previous three episodes.

And… scene.


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