Season 1, Episode 10
In the first-season finale, Jon picks up a new habit when he reports on a religious sect that believes Jesus smoked a pipe; and interviews a cult leader (Bob Odenkirk) about his multiple predictions of Armageddon.
A Broadway producer (Patton Oswalt) discusses his recent success. Meanwhile, the van gets towed from Times Square; and Jon explores the streets of New York City with a friend (David Cross) to dispel stereotypes.
Season 1, Episode 8
An undercover assignment finds Jon trying to rob a store that sells surveillance equipment. Meanwhile, Jon is the target of a Gypsy's curse after running over an old woman.
Jon tells a string of lies to get out of work, but his mendacity becomes the subject of national attention. Meanwhile, Jon launches a service called "Jon Benjamin's 911" and shares the celebrity spotlight with Andy Richter.
Season 1, Episode 6
A report on suicide becomes personal for Jon, but he and everyone else are suspects when the Chief of Police (Larry Murphy) thinks the latest death may have been a murder. Meanwhile, Jon gives a dog owner a makeover.
Season 1, Episode 5
Jon has a violent altercation with another motorist and interviews the founder of a triathlon. Also: a "Shame on Me" segment with Edward Sheath.
Season 1, Episode 4
Nathan is kidnapped and held for a $10,000 ransom by a truck driver after the van breaks down in the desert, so Jon and the rest of the crew scramble to rescue him and get the show up and running.
Season 1, Episode 3
Jon, Leo and Nathan are put on trial in outer space when the van is involved in an intergalactic accident after passing into another dimension.
The crew report on a feud in Little Italy, where Jon falls for one of the locals.
Season 1, Episode 1
Actor-comedian Jon Benjamin travels around the country, reporting mockumentary-style human-interest stories in this comedy, which opens with Jon pulling a prank that jeopardizes his producer's chances of being allowed back into the U.S. Meanwhile, a story about a drug lord ends unexpectedly.