Kenny tries to return to the team and handle his baby at the same time. Meanwhile, an old rival returns.
Stevie laments his loss while Kenny comes to term with his new responsibilities as a man and father.
Kenny is surprised by visitors while he plans the ultimate 4th of July party.
Kenny thinks his son is cursed, and tries to place the blame on those around him.
A pro scout asks Kenny to mentor a young Russian pitching prospect while Stevie contemplates returning to Kenny's team.
Kenny heads north in search of April and runs into Stevie, who is stuck working at a car dealership.
Kenny finally gets a job as a closing pitcher, but reverts back to his partying lifestyle.
In this season two finale, former MLB pitcher Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) decides to leave Mexico and try to make it back into American baseball via the minor leagues. Along with his hometown friend Stevie (Steve Little), he returns to Shelby, North Carolina. This episode also features the song "He's Alright" by Kurt Vile.moreless
Kenny decides to address the tension and problems between him, Aaron and Hector in hopes of patching up their relationship. He also pays Sebastian the money he owes him, tells his friend Vida goodbye and takes and passes a test with the Charro family. With all the loose ends tied up, Kenny looks forward to the future.moreless
In the Chapter 11 episode of Eastbound & Down, Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) and his father, Eduardo Sanchez (Don Johnson) vie for supremacy. Believing that he and his father have had a personal breakthrough, Kenny is heartbroken when his father flips on him and turns him in to the Mexican police for stealing. When he gets out of jail, Kenny realizes that he is just like his father and vows to change.moreless
In the Chapter 10 episode of Eastbound and Down, Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) fears his time in Mexico is coming to an end. After developing a romantic interest in Vita (Ana de la Reguera), Kenny finds out he has some competition for her affections and in the meantime discovers the true identity of Eduardo Sanchez (Don Johnson). Although he has finally won over Charros fans in Mexico, Kenny is warned by Roger Hernandez (Marco Rodriguez) to stop showboating or there will be dire consequences.moreless
In a bid to recover and become anonymous, Kenny decides to flee to Mexico. He soon finds comfort in an enticing bar singer named Vida and a neighbouring Mexican family. Through a combination of their company and entertainment, Kenny finds himself emerging from "the darkest hole" that he has ever been in.moreless