Freak Show

Season 1 Episode 2

Glaucoma

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Aired Thursday 12:00 AM Oct 11, 2006 on Comedy Central
5.4
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Defying their orders to roll back the odometer in the President's car, the squad determines to go to Vienna to protect the Hartsdales at an awards ceremony for glaucoma research.

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  • Watch any episode, closely, without your parents or your girlfriend in the room... and if you have any sort of comedic intelligence, it will floor you with its brilliance.

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    I am utterly astonished that this is not one of the highest rated shows on TV.com. I laughed out loud every minute, just as I did when I saw the pilot episode last week. My only guess is that most viewers are impatient, and don't understand why some of the many characters that have been introduced to us in the first two episodes have not yet played a large part. What is the matter with you people? How impatient have we become as TV viewers? Some of the greatest shows, some of which were cancelled WAY before their time such as Arrested Development, Home Movies, and SportsNight, have taught us that in order to make a great show, you have to develop one or two characters at a time. A great show requires a lot of great characters, and with a 30 minute show you can't develop them all in the first 2 episodes. I think this show has done a tremendous job of developing Benie and Tuck so far, and in time the characters played by Janeane Garafalo (Clam) and the two greatest Conan O'Brian writers of all time (Nebraskan and Republican) will become favorites of millions, just as the Simpsons and South Park characters befor them, only funny. If you have ever been a fan of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Home Movies, or WonderShowzen then you need to *watch this show* because it represents a culmination of those comedy juggernauts all in one show. If you can't understand the subtlety of the humor, then just GO AWAY and forget you ever read my review. I feel sad for you.moreless
Brian Stack

Brian Stack

The World's Tallest Nebraskan

David Cross

David Cross

Benny / Primi the Premature Baby

H. Jon Benjamin

H. Jon Benjamin

Tuck

Janeane Garofalo

Janeane Garofalo

The Bearded Clam

Jon Glaser

Jon Glaser

Log Cabin Republican

Will Arnett

Will Arnett

Duncan Schiesst

Recurring Role

Todd Barry

Todd Barry

Frank Meinkowitz

Recurring Role

Kristen Schaal

Kristen Schaal

World's Smallest Something

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