A look at Kenny Powers's pervasive cultural impact and remarkably rapid ascendancy to cult hero status.
Our eyes get slightly misty as the Danny McBride series draws to a close.
Stolen babies and men on fire.
Kenny, Tammy, and Eduardo confront some harsh truths.
"You go get fucked up and feel good about yourself, son."
Kenny says goodbye to Shane exactly the way he does everything else.
"You think I wanna be hanging out with my son? Hell no! I'd much rather be doing cocaine and watching the Saw movies in your dorm room with you."
"I think his body's rejecting the Pepsi."
"Hey, we're parents! Suck our dicks!"
"It feels good to be breaking the laws in America again."
"I used to be just like you yesterday."
Don Johnson is Kenny's pop, and selfishness is clearly genetic.
"I’ve taken it slow before, it did not work out so good."
"You look like some sort of strange Mexican Grimace."
Where does Kenny Powers rank in the network's echelon of jerks?
Ugh, just marry us, okay?
30 Rock? Justified? Eastbound & Down?
Kenny Powers returns (as a stomach cartoon).
"We never really had an interest in turning the show into anything traditional," says star Danny McBride.
"If the actor playing Stevie Janowski was disabled or retarded, would they really let him bang chicks and smoke pot and get in fights with midgets?"