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TV & sitcom DVDs - The Comedy Network - Tim & Eric Awesome Job Great Show

Tim & Eric Awesome Show Great Job
Eric Wareheim, Tim Leidecker, Others
The Comedy Network
Tuesdays 10:30 and 10:45
Begins June 2nd 2009

The only positive thing I can find to say about Tim & Eric Awesome Show Great Job is it gives kids in special ed. classes hope for a TV career. Why The Comedy Network would choose to air this insult to a bowl of Jell-O’s intelligence is beyond me and any affordable therapy. That it airs two 15-minute episodes back to back is probably because the old Indian head test pattern is more expensive. This lame, infantile, rarely funny, sketch comedy shows begins June 2nd at 10:30 P.M. It won’t end soon enough.

Compare: Tim & Eric skit V. Indian head pattern on You Tube  

Maybe I failed to hear the sarcasm in “Awesome Show” or “Great Job” or both. If I did, I must really be dense because it must have been said with particular emphasis. Granted, I am not a sketch comedy show fan to begin with but I have been able to admit it when a sketch comedy show like Hotbox (The Comedy Network Tuesdays at 10 P.M. starting June 2nd 2009) shows up. This thing is particularly lame, pointless, vacuous, and so on and so on.

Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job stars Tim Leidecker and Eric Wareheim of Tom Goes to the Mayor “fame”. I ended up watching 2 episodes of this show only because that’s what the Comedy Network sent. I found nothing, nothing, nothing worth my time, remotely amusing, or even somewhat funny even if I had been stoned out of my gourd.

Beginning June 2nd 2009, from 10:30 to 11:00 would be a good time to wash your hair, watch it grow (1.25 centimeters for each 8 episodes of this thing), or grow some if you do not have any. You could also YouTube the Indian Head pattern. If all else fails, there’s Tim & Eric Awesome Job Great Show on The Comedy Network.

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