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Mr. Show with Bob and David - Season 2

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HBO (ended 1998)

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  • If You're Going to Write a Comedy Scene, You're Going to Have Some Rat Feces in There
    The show takes questions from its shareholders, and John does a nes story on child labor script writers. Bob plays Van Hammersly, host of a series of How-to Billiards tapes. John and Jill are convinced their son is gay, only to have the scene cut short by Greg Sniper, principal stockholder of Mr. Show. Promos for San Fransisco: The Theme Park.moreless
  • The Velveteen Touch of a Dandy Fop
    12/20/96
    9.3
    David plays a blind man who discusses how the handicapped help out the non-handicapped. Tom plays a man troubled by 4 voices- Old Lady, Gay Guy, Biker, and Japaneese Man. Droopy decides his last donut, Bob plays Dickie Crickets: Megaphone Crooner, and they try to decide who gave Coupon: The Movie the greenlight. They then put the entire country on trial and the American Public are sentenced to one viewing.moreless
  • A Talking Junkie
    A Talking Junkie
    Episode 3
    11/22/96
    9.1
    Sketches include, Talking Junkie, New Son, Red Balloon, Porno Shop, Ewww Girl, Video/Video Soul, Rap: The Musical, Homage Awards, and Creeping Peeping Videos.
  • David shows up late, but the two reunite over beating up a hippie. Bob, Brett Paesal, and John host "No Adults Allowed". Promos awards feature the New Ku Klux Klan, and the North American Man Boy Love Association. A spoof of Drunk Cops, and David plays a guy who adopts pets. Jack Black guest stars in Jeepers Creepers: Semi-Star The Musical.moreless
  • Now, Who Wants Ice Cream?
    11/15/96
    9.1
    Mr. Show is now a sovereign nation, Mountain Dougie, Peterson Family Newscast, Thrilling Miracles, Mountain Dougie Part 2, Take Back the Streets with F.F. Woodycooks, The 1st Annual Independent Nations Games
  • The Best of Mr. Show: Fantastic Newness
    Used as a preview/promo for season 2.

    Tom plays host Carlin McCree, who hosts "Fantastic Newness". He introduces a product that can be used in the living room, kitchen, and even the bedroom. It's called Mr. Show, and we get to meet the inventors, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross. Carlin says he had no clue that they had, so they show him the "Change for A Dollar Sketch". We then meet Nancy Gumphrey, played by Jill, burning a pot of milk. They show another sketch to the pot. Then they show a sketch that shows why HBO, because they swear alot. Officer Mahoney, played by John, comes down and the boys try to show his police car a sketch to help clean it up. The audience threatens to kill Carlin if they don't get more, so Bob and David show a minute-long preview of Season 2. This doesn't satisfy the crowd, and Carlin is killed.moreless

  • 12/13/96
    8.7
    Bob and David introduce their daughter, yes their daughter, Superstar, who flashes forward as an adult played by Jill to talk about her deprived childhood. David plays a man deadset on returning America to it's purebread white roots. The Recruiters stars Bob & David as people who recruit younger stars. Superstar (Adult) hosts the blame-a-thon which features a man who does nothing but fart. Superstar commands the cast to dance.moreless
  • Bob Odenkirk and David Cross lead an ensemble cast that performs an anything-goes montage of offbeat, off-kilter sketches brimming with edge and energy.
  • 11/30/96
    0.0
    Bob Odenkirk and David Cross lead an ensemble cast that performs an anything-goes montage of offbeat, off-kilter sketches brimming with edge and energy.
  • 11/16/96
    0.0
    Bob Odenkirk and David Cross lead an ensemble cast that performs an anything-goes montage of offbeat, off-kilter sketches brimming with edge and energy.
  • A Talking Junkie
    Episode 5
    12/14/96
    0.0
    Bob Odenkirk and David Cross lead an ensemble cast that performs an anything-goes montage of offbeat, off-kilter sketches brimming with edge and energy.
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