Mr. Show With Bob and... Episodes

1995, TV Show

Episode Detail: Bush Is a P. - Mr. Show With Bob and David

Bob's understudy is a big hit, so David fires Bob (and himself); a former Siamese twin wishes to be reattached to his brother.

Episodes: Mr. Show With Bob and David (26)

12/7/1998: Eat Rotten Fruit from a S. Tree    Season 4, Episode 7
11/23/1998: The Story Of Everest    Season 4, Episode 5
11/16/1998: Rudy Will Await Your Foundation    Season 4, Episode 4
11/9/1998: Show Me Your Weenis    Season 4, Episode 3
11/2/1998: It's Perfectly Understandishable    Season 4, Episode 2
10/26/1998: Life Is Precious and God and the Bible    Season 4, Episode 1
12/5/1997: The Return of the Curse of the Creature's Ghost    Season 3, Episode 10
11/28/1997: A White Man Set Them Free    Season 3, Episode 9
11/14/1997: It's a No Brainer    Season 3, Episode 8
11/7/1997: Bush Is a P.    Season 3, Episode 7
10/31/1997: Goin' on a Holiday    Season 3, Episode 6
10/24/1997: Please. Don't Kill Me    Season 3, Episode 5
10/10/1997: Flat Top Tony and the Purple Canoes    Season 3, Episode 4
10/3/1997: Oh, You Men    Season 3, Episode 3
9/19/1997: Peanut Butter, Eggs, and Dice    Season 3, Episode 2
9/12/1997: Heaven's Chimney    Season 3, Episode 1
12/20/1996: The Velveteen Touch of a Dandy Fop    Season 2, Episode 6
12/13/1996: Operation Hell on Earth    Season 2, Episode 5
12/6/1996: If You're Going to Write A Comedy Scene, You're Going to Have Some Rat Feces In There    Season 2, Episode 4
11/29/1996: The Biggest Failure In Broadway History    Season 2, Episode 3
11/15/1996: Now, Who Wants Ice Cream?    Season 2, Episode 1
11/24/1995: Who Let You In?    Season 1, Episode 4
11/17/1995: We Regret to Inform You    Season 1, Episode 3
11/10/1995: What to Think    Season 1, Episode 2
11/3/1995: The Cry of a Hungry Baby    Season 1, Episode 1
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Premiered: November 03, 1995, on HBO
Rating: TV-MA
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Premise: Often inspired sketch lunacy with an absurdist, stream-of-consciousness style, this series found a cult following similar to that of `Monty Python' and `SCTV.' Guest stars included Jack Black, Conan O'Brien, Andy Richter, Jon Stewart and Jeff Goldblum. Before helming `Mr. Show,' Bob Odenkirk and David Cross both won writing Emmys for `The Ben Stiller Show'; Odenkirk also won as a writer for `Saturday Night Live.'


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