Jonathan Ames's goofball quest.
Jonathan has found his thing, and that thing is incest?
To be continued!
Impotence is contagious.
“You have to live with the guilt."
Park Slope parenting gone awry.
Action! Suspense! Whiskey nipples!
Season three begins.
'Bored to Death' revels in pat endings as a matter of course, but when the pat endings become an episode's reason for being, the strain shows.
"You know, I never thought I'd be in a graveyard in a spa robe talking to a beautiful transvestite in the moonlight."
"I'm just glad my last erection in life is with you."
Bacon may take the well-endowed role of SuperRay, while George suffers another editorial cruelty.
"I smoke pot and then I draw."
"I've never been mugged before. This neighborhood has been gentrified for years!"
Naked Jonathan Ames!
George Christopher is finally losing his carte-blanche expense account.
Sex, drugs, and boxing in the season one closer.
Jonathan's attempts to produce more than one line of text for his next novel have proven fruitless; Ray's sperm has failed to prove viable.
Jonathan Ames falls prey to sextortionist in "New Jersey."
This week the sloppy detective sets up shop in Fort Greene Park.
The show ambles into its most comic territory yet.
Brownstone Brooklyn looking a little bleached.
The authentic experience the show is really trying to impart concerns New York City — and Brooklyn — living. How does this episode do?
Fictional Jonathan Ames: an enigma wrapped in a mystery show.
More like bored not to death.
"I have not heard about this. Are you kidding?"
Ames on the tab: "I hope it doesn't go over $2,000!"
"I have a cold, just so you don't think I've been weeping. Don't write, 'Ames' voice was froggy from weeping!'"
Hung and How to Make It in America got the ax, too.
Rosie O'Donnell did okay.
Ted Danson dreams the impossible dream as Don Quixote as Jason Schwartzman and Zach Galifianakis look on.