Gather the family! Make some pop pop! Koi is back in town. A very special 22-minute Christmas episode! (Guest starring: Fred Armisen, John C Reilly, Paul Rudd, Ben Stiller)
Tairy Greene stars in Little Dancin' Man, not to be confused with Little Danson Man. (Guest starring: LeVar Burton, Peter Cetera, David Cross, Ted Danson, Zach Galifianakis, Richard Marx)
Frank Slaten was expecting pizza, but is pleasantly surprised by the Tiramisu. Maybe he'll get pizza later? Something goes terribly wrong when the Stontmehn Brothers demonstrate the Exploding Pumpkin. (Guest starring: Will Ferrell, John C Reilly)
Kent is surprised to find his friend's reflection in the hand mirror while preparing to head out on a double date. He's even more surprised to see him standing Broach-less.
Tim writes a tell-all expose about his comedy partner Eric. H'AMB saves a life. A couple Hollywood vets get All Dolled Up. (Guest starring: Karen Black, John C Reilly, William Sanderson)
Eric hits pubbs naturally before Tim, causing Tim to seek out synthetic ways to activate pubbs to catch up with Eric. Fortin' with Will. (Guest starring: Will Forte)
Tim and Eric develop a comedic platform for their bits, while runny doo threatens Baseball Man's wedding. (Guest starring Corbin Bernsen, Jack McBrayer, John C Reilly, Danny Trejo)
Tim and Eric engage in a high stakes game of tennis, while Richard Dunn presides. Meanwhile, Glen Tennis sits down with Grum to discuss the release of their latest film. (Fred Armisen, AD Miles, Bob Odenkirk)
Michael Ian Black hosts another crazy edition of Focus on Comedy. Dr. Steve Brule teaches children the anatomy of the human body. (Michael Ian Black, John C Reilly)
Eric's chance encounter with Q gives birth to timanderic.com http://timanderic.com/ . Dr. Steve Brule reads Jan's emotions. A Job interview without a beard? Think again, pal. (John C Reilly, Bob Odenkirk)
The network forces Tim and Eric to hire The Room director Tommy Wiseau to direct a sketch. Coincidentally, two businessmen/friends look for a bite to eat in Denver. (Tommy Wiseau, Fred Willard)
Tim and Eric embark on a road trip. James Quall goes Back to Squall. (Jonah Hill, John C Reilly, Peter Stormare)
Tim and Eric examine and discuss the mysteries of the universe. Pierre launches a PSA about food poisoning. The Zillions crew is back with a very special episode of Celebrity Zillions. (John C Reilly)
When Eric's 3-T Scrot starts acting up, Tim is forced to investigate. Whoopsie Daisy! (Frank Stallone)
When a blizzard snows in Tim and Eric, they reminisce over hot chocolate and urine with David Liebe Hart and Richard Dunn. They quickly realize the only way to cure the blues is a man party. Brought to you by Napples and D-Pants. (Zach Galifianakis, Alan Thicke)
Browntown? Nope. Brownies. (John C Reilly, Michael Ian Black, Bob Odenkirk, Ray Wise)
Tim and Eric have been unkind to the birds of the world, and now they must be punished.
Just when your loved ones are about to get together through chanting, the Dark Man arrives to ruin it all.
James Quall tickles your inner ear with the soothing sounds of his new tune, 'The Car of the Future'.
Uh-oh! Tim's late for the start of the show! Hope his eyes weren't pecked out by crows or something.
Did Reverend Bob Paynus start the spanking craze? Who cares when you can get a first look at 'Spank Me in Heaven'?
The Paynus Brothers invite you to join the spanking craze that's sweeping the nation.
Finally, a practical way to watch your friend sleep. Finally.
Some further clarification on the differences between 'gross' and Michael Gross.
If we've said it once, we've said it a million times: the crows aren't done with you yet.
Here's a guy grunting and moaning. Yeah, this show pretty much stinks.
Those buttons are making kids scream. Please stop that.
Eric agrees to give Tim some of his pubic hair so that Tim can become a real man.
Remember that this toy for children is not safe for pets or children.
The 'Fortin' with Will' wardrobe department really has to stock up on pants.
Check out what happens when Eric hits puberty. It's a whole force of pubes.
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