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.
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.
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.
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.