Eastbound & Down

Foul-mouthed, washed-up major-league pitcher Kenny Powers returns to his North Carolina hometown, where he moves in with his straitlaced older brother and his family and starts teaching phys ed at his former middle school.

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Eastbound & Down, the obnoxiously funny HBO comedy about washed-up baseball player Kenny Powers (Danny McBride), debuted on Feb. 15, 2009. And while it's not quite as widely beloved or influential as other 2009 debuts like Parks and Recreation, C… Read more

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Season 3 Recap
01:30 — See just how outrageous Kenny Powers can be in this look back at the hilarious events of Season 3 of 'Eastbound & Down.'

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