Season three begins.
Ted Danson dreams the impossible dream as Don Quixote as Jason Schwartzman and Zach Galifianakis look on.
Wisely, they keep off the Cyclone.
The resurgent actor talks about 'Bored to Death' and his new book, 'Oceana.'
'Bored to Death' revels in pat endings as a matter of course, but when the pat endings become an episode's reason for being, the strain shows.
"I'm watching Zach Galifianakis, who's now like Harrison Ford, freaked out because he's working with Ted Danson."
"You know, I never thought I'd be in a graveyard in a spa robe talking to a beautiful transvestite in the moonlight."
"I'm just glad my last erection in life is with you."
Both comedies will get the go-ahead for a third season.
Two rival restaurants claim to have gotten a visit from Jason Schwartzman.
Bacon may take the well-endowed role of SuperRay, while George suffers another editorial cruelty.
"I've never been mugged before. This neighborhood has been gentrified for years!"
George Christopher is finally losing his carte-blanche expense account.
"I'm not proud of what was onscreen."
"There was a cheer and cry like a football team had scored."
The Williamsburg diner's latest posthumous appearance.