Mr. Show With Bob and... Episodes

1995, TV Show

Episode Detail: Life Is Precious and God and the Bible - Mr. Show With Bob and David

David admits that he's taking medical marijuana ("for stress related to working with Bob Odenkirk") and plays an investigative reporter who's so gullible he's being investigated himself. Also: a bit about Hitler clones as domestic servants, and a spoof of "The Paper Chase."

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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