I'm With Busey

Season 1 Episode 1

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Jun 17, 2003 on Comedy Central
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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

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