The Boss invites Tim to be the 'token white boy'; after an ecological disaster involving Omnicorp, the company publicist chooses Tim to be the face of their apology.
Tim is invited to pose for 'GQ'; The debt-ridden priest for the NY Jets asks Tim to place wagers on his behalf.
The Boss recruits his employees for a covert operation; Amy and Tim go on a Vermont foliage tour with Stu and his new lady friend.
Tim racks up a record-breaking corporate card bill; Amy and Tim host game night, which takes a strange turn when Tim disappears to buy Jenga despite inclement weather.
Tim's past comes back to embarrass him while on a business trip; in their new co-op building, Tim and Amy sign a VIP privacy form without knowing exactly whose confidentiality they are supposed to protect.
Tim winds up with one Rodney as his assistant while Stu harasses the other; After The Boss' divorce takes effect, he goes to extreme measures to keep his dog Keith.
Tim tries to help an immigrant worker posting job flyers; Former Omnicorp employees file a class-action lawsuit with Tim as key witness.
Tim gets back to his old high-school golf-course job and competes with a 14-year-old in a 'caddy-off;' To impress Amy's dad, Tim claims to have a lucrative career selling sausages.
The Boss gets a city block named after him, but needs Tim's help for the ceremony; Stu feels rejected by his Bar Mitzvah-aged nephew, who once idolized him.
(Season Three Premiere) Tim becomes an assistant to a women's professional basketball player; Tim decides to go for a job interview haircut.
Often jobless, always hapless and sometimes shirtless, Tim manages to get by on white lies and little tact. At least he's got a girlfriend. Welcome back to the world of Tim: an ordinary guy whose quest to be normal leads to missteps, mistakes and misfortunes. HBO presents Season 3 of this animated series that finds the even-keeled, 20-something New Yorker landing himself in more trouble thanks to bad decisions in addition to his habit of befriending a wide variety of bizarre and unreliable characters.
(Season Two finale) Tim loses his job when the Chairman of Omnicorp flies in from the UK; Tim befriends a well known novelist, who inspires him to fulfill his dream of becoming a writer.
Tim's Halloween costume is misinterpreted; Stu discovers he is an excellent table tennis player and uses his newfound skill to attract women.
Debbie becomes a palm reader and informs Tim of his fate in Staten Island; During a corporate retreat in Coney Island, Tim ruins the career of an escape artist.
Tim goes to the races and finds inspiration from Amy; Tim upsets an elephant trainer when the circus comes to Manhattan.
The Boss joins his 'bros'- Tim, Stu and Rodney - for a night out at an uptown jazz club; Amy's Jewish 'work husband' has buyer's remorse after buying Tim's favorite Irish bar.
The Life & Times Of Tim movie trailer - starring Beau Billingslea, Hope Levy. Directed by Steve Dildarian. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
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