11:24 — Gary and Claude bring Krampus out of retirement to help ruin Christmas.
11:19 — Satan impregnates Gary, and Gary gives birth to an abomination.
11:26 — Satan isn't pleased with the current tortures, so he brings in an outside consultant.
11:42 — The Devil has his demons compete for a drink of ice water. Cold, refreshing, hilarity ensues.
11:40 — The annual Wiccan devil orgy has returned.
11:04 — Cerberus is tired of guarding the gate to Hell, so he drags Gary out to Earth.
11:24 — A drug epidemic in Hell creates an opportunity.
11:26 — When Gary goes AWOL, Satan sends for his top bounty hunters.
11:20 — The demons find a hole to the female side of Hell.
11:28 — Satan travels to the fringes of Hell to meet with some mysterious co-workers.
11:17 — After Troy loses Satan's trust, Eddie gets his shot at proving he has what it takes to become a demon.
11:14 — When Satan introduces women to the workplace, things start to get a little steamy and a little acidic and a little swollen.
11:28 — The Demons go to Earth to spread the new devil book, which has been rewritten as a teen romance.
11:36 — Satan reunites with a beloved 80's hair band to give Millennials a swift kick in their hairless crotches.
11:25 — A correction of a typo means Gary gets to go to Heaven.
11:12 — Gary meets a magical visitor from another planet and is told to cut him into pieces.
11:17 — Dustin Diamond is dead, and Satan decides that his torture will be starring in a cheesy sitcom for all eternity.
11:41 — Gary goes "back to school" to help a high school drama class make a Satan glorifying musical. Scholastic-themed hilarity ensues.
11:15 — Gary loses his summon word at a concert. Whoever finds it will have total control of Gary. Unwholesome hilarity ensues.
11:18 — Satan sends Gary and Claude out to confront Dr. Paul Nickgibbion about the drop in incoming souls from his assisted suicide program.
11:32 — Television's favorite redneck warlock puts on one last show.
11:21 — A roast in Ted's honor fills him with a new purpose.
11:16 — It's Golden Fiddle Week and the demons are in a bind, they're way behind, and they're willing to make a deal.