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.
Taco opens a pubic barber shop, Kevin’s near death Flex-perience with Greg Jennings causes trouble with Jenny, Andre discovers a patient’s electronic voice box sounds just like Ruxin.
Pete's lineups at work are out-performing his fantasy roster. Andre makes a trade with Jenny that could threaten his career. Rafi and Taco try to cash in on Kevin's mortality.
Chalupa Batman’s first words cause fantasy friction between Kevin and Jenny. Ruxin’s dog loses interest in Jenny. Taco is forced to face life without marijuana. Andre has never been pooped on by a bird.
Andre is taking a stand up class. Jenny joins a women's investment club. Pete will play Ruxin with two open slots on his team - the ultimate act of fantasy disrespect.
Taco Corp. starts a petting zoo business, Kevin and Ellie rebel when Jenny tries to get the family to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Pete uses Andre as a Trade Maid.
Ruxin misses his flight for a business trip and decides to hide out in Chicago instead of going home. Taco Corp. gets its first Worldwide Headquarters.
When their friend is murdered, Rafi and Dirty Randy head to L.A. to avenge his death and break into the mainstream porn business.
Kevin and Jenny discover that Jay and Kristen Cutler's kid is attending the same preschool. Pete tries to cheer up Andre with a little help from Snoop Dogg. Taco gives away control of his team.
The wedding weekend continues but what happened at the draft comes back to haunt everyone. We meet Andre's parents. Ruxin wrestles J.J. Watt for control of his fantasy team.
The League travels to Los Angeles for Andre and Trixie's destination wedding. Ruxin refuses to do his Sacko punishments and Shiva Champion Ted has a few surprises for everyone at the draft, including JJ Watt.
Cast and creators discuss how episodes are shot. Cast member Nick Kroll (Ruxin) remarks that the series is semi-scripted/semi-improvised with lots of leeway for the actors. He says this enables a set where the writers can write to each actor's strength.
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.
Cast members Steve Rannazzisi (Kevin) and Mark Duplass (Pete) talk about working without a traditional script. Steve says co-creators Jackie Marcus Schaffer and Jeff Schaffer make detailed outlines noting what the characters need to achieve in each scene.
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.
Cast member Janina Gavankar (Shiva) says she doesn't get Shiva-blasted often. Co-creator Jeff Schaffer and Nick Kroll (Ruxin) compliment Jon Lajoie (Taco) on the music he creates for Taco. A fan asks about availability of a Mr. McGibblets costume.
Cast members Mark Duplass (Pete), Jon Lajoie (Taco), Steve Rannazzisi (Kevin), Katie Aselton (Jenny), and Nick Kroll (Ruxin) discuss their backgrounds. Co-creator Jeff Schaffer praises his actors, calling them the "Justice League of Comedy Superheroes."
Cast members Nick Kroll (Ruxin), Katie Aselton (Jenny), Jon Lajoie (Taco), and Steve Rannazzisi (Kevin) name their favorite football teams. Co-creators Jackie Marcus Shaffer and Jeff Schaffer talk about landing Seth Rogen (Dirty Randy).
Check out this clip from 'The League' Season 2 DVD.
Old friends in a fantasy football league care deeply about one another, so deeply that they use every opportunity to make each other's lives miserable. Wednesdays 10:00 PM ET/PT only on FXX.
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