Brendon, Jason and Melissa find their unfinished first film, and new endings are tested on Addleburg, Fenton, Walter and Perry -- a rather hostile focus group. Coach McGuirk helps Paula pick out and assemble an extremely large backyard grill
Brendon, Jason and Melissa are assigned a family tree project in school. Meanwhile, when Coach McGuirk's discount laser eye surgery somehow goes wrong, he becomes an occasionally blind possible prophet.
Laid up with a leg injury, Brendon spies on his new neighbor, Raymond Burley, who quite possibly may be involved in some potentially suspicious behavior. Coach McGuirk finds a life-changing pamphlet that leads him to bartending school.
Brendon's lucky goal ruins the record of the other team's uptight star goalie, Cho, who then moves in for revenge. Cho's team's choice of game music brings back some long-repressed memories for McGuirk.
Brendon cheats on a test, and his trip to the dark side threatens to spiral out of control. McGuirk goes to traffic school after getting a(nother) ticket.
Finding a lost puppy threatens to break up Brendon, Jason and Melissa's friendship -- until they realize how much he sucks.
The kids run out of funds to complete their most ambitious film yet, a medieval rock opera. While Brendon is dying to get out of what he sees as the worst film he's ever made.
Brendon gets in trouble for making a movie about a foul-mouthed robot. The neighborhood kids love it; the parents hate it, and Paula orders Brendon to re-shoot and make a G-rated version.
Brendon, Jason and Melissa try their hand at a Hitchcock-style thriller. They want to get into a film festival run by a local video store clerk. Coach McGuirk spends all his time at a diner, trying to woo a roller-skating waitress/actress named Fred.
Brendon begins writing reviews for a movie Web site called movie-weiner-or- winner.com and begins offering his opinion about everything. Meanwhile, Coach McGuirk wreaks havoc at school because he's finally got a friend "on the inside."
Brendon tries to break up with Fenton; Paula tries to break up with her new boyfriend; McGuirk's chest tries to break up with McGuirk.
Brendon directs the school play. Hilarity ensues. McGuirk gets to realize his lifelong dream of driving a car onstage.
Brendon, Jason and Melissa attend Camp Campingston Falls for the summer, home to stifling heat and crappy music counselors (THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS).
The fourth and final season of this half-hour cult hit comedy contains some of its most memorable episodes, including "Camp," and "The Wizard's Baker". The only thing wrong with HOME MOVIES (TM) is that there aren't any more to watch.
The kids are preparing for Halloween, Linda (Brendon's new stepmother) is preparing to have a baby and Coach McGuirk is preparing to have the romantic night of his life. Despite all this, no one is prepared when things start to go wrong.
The kids decide to run away to Europe and become ex-patriot artists. McGuirk's car breaks down and he has no money to fix it. He asks Tom Wilsonberg, the author of Corporate Kids, for financial advice. Tom takes McGuirk gambling.
The fourth and final season of this half-hour cult hit comedy contains some of its most memorable episodes, including "Camp," and "The Wizard's Baker". The only thing wrong with HOME MOVIES is that there aren't any more to watch.
The third season of this half-hour cult-hit comedy towers as one of the greatest seasons in the history of television;. It includes the nearly flawless "Shore Leave" and the fan favorite "Guitarmageddon".
The second season of the half-hour, cult-hit comedy Home Movies is not in Squigglevision. The entire season is presented in beautiful, eye-pleasing regular animation, a development that delighted many fans and outraged not so many.
HOME MOVIES spotlights third grader Brendon Small, a young filmmaker who writes, acts, directs and "co-executive produces" his "groundbreaking early work" along with his friends Melissa and Jason.
Brendon talks to his mom about his inability to fight.
Coach McGuirk regrets his decision to lie to a potential date.
Brendon can't stay in character at an audition.
Brendon sets up a scene for Melissa and Jason, and gives them their motivation.
Things are great for Shannon now that Brendon is class president.
Brendon's mom gives him advice on how to cure his writer's block.
Brendon takes a multimedia approach to a class presentation.