'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.
Bacon may take the well-endowed role of SuperRay, while George suffers another editorial cruelty.
"I smoke pot and then I draw."
"I've never been mugged before. This neighborhood has been gentrified for years!"
Naked Jonathan Ames!
George Christopher is finally losing his carte-blanche expense account.
"I'm not proud of what was onscreen."
Guess you can chalk that up as yet another reason a good number of TV creatives choose HBO over Showtime.
Sex, drugs, and boxing in the season one closer.
"Most of the novelists I love are dead, and Jonathan Ames is alive."
"What can you say about Charlie Sheen?"
Jonathan's attempts to produce more than one line of text for his next novel have proven fruitless; Ray's sperm has failed to prove viable.
Jonathan Ames falls prey to sextortionist in "New Jersey."
This week the sloppy detective sets up shop in Fort Greene Park.
"[D]oes anyone on twitter live in downtown brooklyn? all my plans to watch my show at friends' houses has fallen through."
The show ambles into its most comic territory yet.
Plus: Samuel L. Jackson! Chevy Chase! CBS Network TV Entertainment Group president Nancy Tellem!
Brownstone Brooklyn looking a little bleached.
The authentic experience the show is really trying to impart concerns New York City — and Brooklyn — living. How does this episode do?
Fictional Jonathan Ames: an enigma wrapped in a mystery show.
'Curb Your Enthusiasm' is back, 'Mad Men' is new, and the Emmys might actually be good! What to tell your DVR.