At Broken Spear, the summer's biggest music festival, Chozen must confront his past before he can move forward and winds up challenging Phantasm to a rap battle.
An offer to be cast in a TV show for children has Ricky, Crisco and Chozen believing things are looking up for them, that is until Chozen hears a rumor that things may not be as they appear and this venture is actually a career killer.moreless
The night life, cliques, and fitting in is explored as Chozen and Hunter check out the current gay hot-spot, Cathedral, while Crisco and Ricky try to impress some music big-wigs at Mozzarella Dick's.moreless
A campus visit becomes unforgettable for all when Chozen and Tracy's parents decide to visit.
Chozen sees a lucrative business venture by supplying contraband to the freshman population but soon learns it's not easy running an illegal underground empire.
Just as the group prepares to perform at an exclusive function, a person from Chozen's past reappears and starts making waves.
With Tracy's assistance, Chozen makes a music video and enters it into a contest meanwhile Ricky and Crisco take on the challenge of popping Troy's cherry.
Chozen thinks he may have stumbled upon his dream job until he learns the identity of who he would be working for.
Believing that Tracy's boyfriend is being unfaithful, Chozen and his buddies decide to teach him a lesson.
The first episode introduces us to Chozen, a gay white ex-con with aspirations of becoming the next rapping phenomenon. His promising career was derailed when he was framed by a rival rapper for crimes he didn't commit. Unable to prove his innocence, he was incarcerated for the past ten years. Finally released, Chozen begins the slow process of reconnecting with his past, restarting his career and getting on with his life.moreless
Nick discusses sketches that didn't make it to air; sketches include drunk girls at a fast food restaurant and a dad getting upset with visitors at the hospital nursery.
Sketches include: a date at a magic show gone awry, a preview of The Flying Stripper, and Creepio helps with Thanksgiving.
Sketches include a man getting a new type of face transplant and the return of Lady Gaga's brother, Garry Gaga.
Sketches include: A restaurant that gives out free meals, Wheelchair takes a trip to the hospital, and a businessman attempts to deal with the recession.
Sketches include: Local newscasts are satired,a man meeting his girlfriend'sdemandingfamily, and a very strange tale of a man and his dog.
Joel recaps the pop culture moments of the week.
Plus, the world-premiere of "Soup of the Walking Dead."
Sketches include: Alien paternity tests, a lawyer with unusual methods and a stain cleaner infomercial.
Sketches include: a 16 & Pregnant spoof, a new way to get better abs, and the return of Wheelchair Cat: Trust Fund Kitty.