As Kidding wraps its first season, Mr. Pickles’ Puppet Time is done for the foreseeable future, but most of the series’ tumult is still in play.
Jeff Pickles has come unstuck in time.
Jeff visits death row in an episode dominated by a curious and seemingly ill-considered flashback.
Jeff travels to LA for Vivian’s sake, then discovers their relationship has reached a crossroads.
Mr. Pickles’s time with Tara Lipinski takes an unpleasant turn.
A strange flashback sequence highlights an episode in which Jeff meets Tara Lipinski.
Jeff doesn’t understand why he’s not getting a text he expected in an episode that also introduces a horrifying puppet.
Mr. Pickles goes on a date, but his on-set troubles remain — as does his fixation on his ex-wife.
Mr. Pickles continues to unravel both on the job and away from it.
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