Gambling on the special olympics? You might have a problem.
From one of the original founders of the Upright Citizens Brigade, Matt Walsh, comes the hilarious new comedy "Players", which revolves around two very different and dysfunctional brothers from Phoenix living out the ultimate guy fantasy - owning and operating a profitable sports bar. Bruce (Matt Walsh) just wants a place to gamble, hang with his friends and sleep with the cocktail waitresses while his uptight, anal retentive brother Ken (Ian Roberts) tries to mold the place in the image of his former employer and restaurant mega-chain, Soup Ranch.
BE ADVISED - CLIP CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT: If Matt and Ian give you a gift - you better appreciate it.
While planning a grand re-opening of Players, Ken's repeated attempts to prove to the staff that he's capable of having fun backfire when he injures a customer at the big event who threatens to sue and shut Players down for good.
BE ADVISED - CLIP CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT: How can you have a show about a sports bar and know nothing about sports?
Don't kiss me on the lips and don't look me directly in the eye.
In the hierarchy of drinking establishments, there are pubs, watering holes, and Players.
BE ADVISED - CLIP CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT: Players! What is that? Is it dangerous?
BE ADVISED - CLIP CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT: Tell her you offended her.
The depths of Bruce's gambling problem become clear when Ken catches him betting on the special Olympics.
Meet the characters from AMC s new series, Rubicon.
The gang prepares for a visit from a ruthless food critic who's doing his yearly round-up of the area's best sports bars, while Hickey deals with heartbreak over his favorite ball players ineligibility for the hall of fame.
With the fear that Ken won't stop pining for his ex wife until he sleeps with someone else, Bruce puts up a prize for the first Players employee to get him laid.
Bruce holds a promotional event at Players for a brand new snack product that ends up being meat-flavored crank which turns everyone in the bar, including the staff, into hopped up, violent drug fiends.
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