The dangerous Baroness Sludgeclot arrives at the Waffle Zone forcing King Star King to go on a date with her. Meanwhile the Waffle Zone staff must watch her children, Chunkles and Smear.
The evil villian Alfonzo Molestro decapitates Princess Snow White and steals her body. It's up to King Star King and his misfit group of heroes to do battle and save the day.
Baby Cakes misunderstands a lecture on Senator Joe McCarthy's infamous "Witch Hunts."
Total Validation, China IL's newest counseling service, will determine who is right or wrong in any relationship.
Frank bets everyone in town a plate of cheese-sticks that he'll be the focus of the local news program's newest segment: Person of the Day.
Interviews with Maria Menounos and Eric Balfour; Musical guest Irontom.
Eric's guests include J-Moe, Pete Wentz, and music from two girls jump-roping.
Eric's guests include Sinbad, The Incredible Hulk, Jerry Seinfeld, and music from Savion Glover.
Eric's guests include Reese Witherspoon, Maxi, Dr. Drew Ordon, comedy from Tony Lam, and music from Mutha****in Exquire.
Eric's guests include Brandi Glanville, Joe Biden, comedy from TP Pitchfork Bolger, and music from Lisa Stanly and Killer Mike.
Eric's guests include Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tatyana Ali and Shirley Temple.
Host Eric Andre is visited by Dolph Lundgren and George Clooney.
The professors decide to replace themselves with robots.
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.
A science experiment goes horribly wrong and the college must band together to take care of a gaint baby.
After quitting wrestling, Rusty attempts to be a health supplement salesman.
Balthazar travels to Mexico and gets recruited by a dangerous cult.
After forcibly graduating college and conquering the local wrestling league, Rusty Kleberkuh joins the Mongo Wrestling Alliance in order to avenge his grandfather.
Sketches include: A house haunted by a blind painting, Gay Robot's weird neighbor, a Man vs. Wild parody, and a civil-rights tale.
Sketches included: a paralyzed cat, the TV intro of Gay Robot, a dad who writes his kid a "bucket list", a car that runs on a special fuel, and a profile of police officer Garry Gaga.
Meatwad and Shake set out to capture the Tooth Fairy, but instead encounter a very different type of creature.