I'm With Busey

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Episode Guide


  • Season 1
    • Break Up
      Break Up
      Episode 13
      Adam meets Andy Dick and Gary is not happy about it. The final ep.
    • Trust
      Episode 12
      The teachings of trust. "If you really trust yourself the right way, you'll be able to land on your feet, without falling."
    • Environment
      Episode 11
      Busey teaches Adam about the hazards of not being aware of your environment. "Read the labels before you eat the food!"
    • Learning and Knowledge
      Busey teaches Adam about life, not everything is in the books.
    • Acting
      Episode 9
      Adam asks Busey to teach him how to be a movie star.
    • Mystery
      Episode 8
      Gary teaches Adam about Mystery in this episode. After Adam solves the mystery of where in the house Gary is, Gary shows Adam the mystery of feeling like a cow full of milk. Then comes the mystery of UFOs as well as "replicants", complete with re-enactments. An encounter with alien activity expert E.W. leads to attempts to communicate with other replicants and then a journey to find Bigfoot. Unfortunately, the alien expert and the Bigfoot expert have a disagreement about the validity of their respective fields and go toe-to-toe, much to Adam and Gary's amusement.moreless
    • Romance
      Episode 6
      The "Busey School of Romance" is in session, and Adam is the star pupil, well...the only pupil. With the help of Gary's friend, Kim, Adam begins his crash course. According to Gary, romance is an acronym for "Relying On Magnificent And Necessary Compatible Energy". Gary sets up Adam on a blind date, with a girl name Jamie. While Adam sits in the hot seat, Gary feeds him lines through a wireless earpiece. Jamie thinks that Adam is a little weird. After the meal flops, the couple goes to play mini-golf, with the determined Gary close behind. Adam's humor has a charming effect on Jamie, but Gary's constant interruptions make things a tad more difficult. In the end, Adam gets a peck on the cheek and a priceless lesson from love-master Busey.moreless
    • Imagination
      Episode 5
      Gary tries to unlock Adam's imagination. The two begin by playing with G.I. Joe dolls, and Gary insinuates the Adam's doll is gay. After Adam talks about losing an imaginary friend, Gary takes Adam to do some abstract painting. This attempt fails miserably, so the next attempt to unlock Adam's imagination occurs at a coffee house poetry reading. Gary reads a rather interesting poem, then Adam is forced to go up to the podium. Somehow, the episode flips to Gary sitting at a desk, talking to a publisher about creating a road-kill recipe book. The publisher is not to fond of the idea. Gary and Adam go to a wax museum, and Adam gives Gary a Buddy Holly bobble-head doll, which almost brings Gary to tears.moreless
    • Technology: Rise of the Robots
      Gary reveals all of his fears, thoughts, and conspiracy theories, regarding technology, to Adam. Adam tries to convince Gary that the world is not out to get him.
    • Fear
      Episode 3
      Gary teaches Adam to face his fears, and what better way to do so, than to have a one on one knife fight? Busey's lesson also includes a head to head bike collision, on which of course, Adam wimps out. The episode peaks when Gary talks Adam into a demolition derby, leaving Adam more angry than usual and Gary crazier than ever. In the end, Adam calms down (maybe his worst fear is Busey himself).moreless
    • Vision Quest
      Vision Quest
      Episode 2
      In this episode Adam meets Gary at his house once again and Gary tells Adam that today he will learn about survival and he will be his survival guide. He and Adam smoked a tobacco stick or rather Gary smoked it. Gary tells Adam that on their journey they won't be taking any maps because he thinks he does not need any which really bothers the worrisome Adam. The trip then changes from a survival voyage to a search for a magic Indian. The pair then go to the Sedona in Arizona. During their drive Gary discusses some rather gruesome details about roadkill. When they arrive and get something to eat Gary dips his BBQ ribs in a glass of soda. Gary then hires a guy named Sequoia to take them farther into the desert. Then the three head up the gorge where Gary proceeds to jump around the gorge's edge. Gary then forces Adam to stand at the edge of the gorge as well but Adam resists. The trio then continue their journey while Gary demonstrates a few of his bear calls and picks up some dung to boil it so he and Adam can drink it. Then Sequoia asks Gary "how he's going to pay for this journey" and Gary tries to bargain with him but Sequoia leaves them anyway. Gary gets the transportation he promised Adam but it turns out to be a horse. Gary chooses their campsite after having Adam carry all of the gear and tells him to set up camp. When Gary returns from collecting firewood he angrily and hilariously proceeds to tear the campsite down and tells Adam to clean up the mess. Night falls and the two sit around the fire and engage in an inane conversation and Gary sets a small branch on fire and chases Adam with it. Gary also takes a leak out in the open. The two then cross a river and finally meet the a genuine Indian and he tells Gary and Adam to be silent for that is the only way to learn which is hard for Gary. They find another Indian during their search for the magic Indian and the episode ends with one of Adam's infamous monologues.moreless
    • Pilot
      Episode 1
      The debut episode of this fun and engaging reality/comedy begins with Adam coming to his idol Gary Busey's home for the first time on camera. Gary is lifting weights and Adam re-introduces himself to Gary and Gary pretends that he does not know him. After this hilarious encounter Gary and Adam travel through Gary's palacial seaside home. After Gary revealing that he is part American Indian he and Adam engage in some stick combat with sticks (duh!). After this Adam and Gary go for a bite to eat at a local eatery. Gary orders some oysters and Adam, whose never even seen a person eat them tells this to Gary. Gary then demonstrates his method of eating the disgusting seafood to the disgusted Adam. Later on Adam asks Gary what makes a man a man and Gary simply tells him that "all men are failed women at birth" and reveals to Adam his weird obsession and desire to experience being a woman and to find out what makes women special. Gary and the noticeably freaked out Adam go to the mall (the Westside Pavilion) to purchase a women's clothing and Gary gets tips from a couple of lovely ladies. Later that night they go to nightclub and he and Adam dance together and Gary finds out that women are unique. The next day the dynamic duo go paintballing and Adam is excited to finally do some manly commando navy seals stuff with the notorious Army buff Gary Busey. Gary gives Adam some tips on the sport. Adam shoots himself in the leg. The pair does ok but Gary takes a paintball to the chin. The ending scene has the two on the balcony of Gary's home facing the Californian coastline with Gary holding his guitar and the both of them watching the sunset.moreless