The second season of the half-hour, cult-hit comedy Home Movies is not in Squigglevision. The entire season is presented in beautiful, eye-pleasing regular animation, a development that delighted many fans and outraged not so many.
The fourth and final season of this half-hour cult hit comedy contains some of its most memorable episodes, including "Camp," and "The Wizard's Baker". The only thing wrong with HOME MOVIES is that there aren't any more to watch.
The third season of this half-hour cult-hit comedy towers as one of the greatest seasons in the history of television;. It includes the nearly flawless "Shore Leave" and the fan favorite "Guitarmageddon".
HOME MOVIES spotlights third grader Brendon Small, a young filmmaker who writes, acts, directs and "co-executive produces" his "groundbreaking early work" along with his friends Melissa and Jason.
Coach McGuirk regrets his decision to lie to a potential date.
Brendon can't stay in character at an audition.
Brendon sets up a scene for Melissa and Jason, and gives them their motivation.
Things are great for Shannon now that Brendon is class president.
Brendon's mom gives him advice on how to cure his writer's block.
Brendon oversleeps and misses his class's walk-a-thon.
Falling asleep means that Coach McGuirk will loose his insomnia research money.
Brendon's friends help him with his campaign for class president.
Brendon spends the night at Fenton's house.
Coach McGuirk takes soccer ball potshots at Eugene.
Coach McGuirk makes a metaphor to help the kids understand soccer.
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