The Shiva Bowl determines who will win Ted’s Laguna beach house. Ruxin tries to impress super agent Tom Condon. Jenny has a hard time parting with The Shiva.
Russell and Andre face off in fantasy football and as partners in their new wine bar - and it gets even more complicated when Trixie Von Stein returns. Andre micromanages Pete’s new relationship with one of his patients. Taco finds a new weed to get addicted to.
Taco and Andre both want the guys to watch football at their new establishments. Pete tries to hide something he has in common with Andre. Ruxin is disgusted by his co-worker's hygiene habits.
Pete is dating a girl who has seizures during sex, Andre starts wearing glasses, Taco's frittata friend (Bobby Lee) teaches Jenny to cook.
Taco takes on the end of Daylight Savings Time. The guys try to help Lane during a difficult time. Andre and his cat M'Lady are on the rocks.
Jenny's dad (Corbin Bernsen) takes the guys camping. Andre and Russell go into business together. Pete's new team name offends Kevin who refuses to say it.
Andre rescues a cat. Pete has to choose between a great prank and a great girl (Anna Camp). Kevin plays basketball with his priest (Jerry O'Connell).
Andre uses Breast Cancer Awareness Month as an excuse to wear pink. Taco starts his own Charity. Kevin has a run in with his doctor.
Kevin and Jenny get a hot tub, Taco shops for a new home, Pete tries to put and end to hand holding.
Rafael and Randall meet in a mental institution.
Andre gets punished by the rest of the League, Jenny picks her team based on height, Ellie invites Darren Sproles to a dance, Pete needs the help of TacoCorp.
Jay Glazer does a big favor for Andre, Kevin is diagnosed with Low T, Ruxin meddles with Baby Geoffrey's Little League team.
Kevin struggles with being married to the Shiva champ. Andre's new-found confidence is unbearable. Taco hits the links. The guys attend a funeral.
The Shiva and The Ruxin are on the line. Andre confronts the #1 Plastic Surgeon in Chicago. Rafi tries to collect a debt from Ruxin's sister Rebecca. TacoCorp. launches The Eskimo Brothers Database.
It's the playoffs for the Shiva. Ruxin and Sofia battle over what religion Baby Geoffrey will be. Andre tries a long con. Kevin worries he has been taking Jenny for granted.
Ellie's basketball coach makes life tough on everyone. Pete dates a married woman and Andre tries to help with a trade.
Co-creators Jackie Marcus Schaffer and Jeff Schaffer worried that someone else would get a fantasy sports show on the air before them. They joke that the show is really about competition and insulting your friends.
Check out this clip from 'The League' Season 2 DVD.
Cast members Nick Kroll (Ruxin), Steve Rannazzisi (Kevin), Mark Duplass (Pete), and Katie Aselton (Jenny) talk about how co-creators Jackie Marcus Schaffer and Jeff Schaffer keep the show's football references current by using savvy and technical tricks.
Members of the cast and creative team of "The League" discuss the production of the show, their consuming passion for fantasy football, who's looking good in the Shiva Bowl, and why anybody would ever spend more than five minutes with Rafi.
Co-creators Jackie Marcus Schaffer and Jeff Schaffer reveal bonus features for Season 2's DVDs. Jackie, Jeff, Katie Aselton (Jenny), Mark Duplass (Pete), and Nick Kroll (Ruxin) praise Jason Mantzoukas (Rafi). Jeff recalls Seth Rogen's reaction to Rafi.
Moderator Rob Huebel (Russell) welcomes the cast and creative team, including a mannequin stand-in for absent cast member Paul Scheer (Andre). Series co-creators Jackie Marcus Schaffer and Jeff Schaffer discuss the show's genesis.
Producers of FX's 'The League' promise to push the raunchy envelope in Season 2.
The cast and co-creators Jackie Marcus Schaffer and Jeff Schaffer discuss made-up terms (as a way to avoid censorship) and the show's semi-scripted/semi-improvised style. They agree that improv by the actors lets scenes unfold in a more authentic way.
Co-creators Jeff Schaffer and Jackie Marcus Shaffer found the show's strong female presence in cast member Katie Aselton (Jenny). Mark Duplass (Pete) says it's really Jenny who is the brains behind the fantasy league success of Steve Rannazzisi's Kevin.
Although co-creators Jackie Marcus Schaffer and Jeff Schaffer were glad football was not cancelled this season, they had faith they could write around a real lockout. Steve Rannazzisi (Kevin) describes an on-set accident involving his private parts.
The Shiva Bowl determines who will win Ted's Laguna Beach house. Ruxin tries to impress super-agent Tom Condon. Jenny has a hard time parting with The Shiva.
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