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The duo's Abso Lutely Productions signoff bumper features a video clip of Heidecker's father during a family vacation in 1991; when asked to sum the trip up in two words, he responded "Abso-lutely." The full clip can be found on their website, DVD, and also on You Tube. has had a wide range of reviews with many differing in opinion.
Columnist for The New York Times Dave Itzkoff writes, "'Awesome Show' revels in an aesthetic of awkwardness." And also adds, "To populate their twisted universe they frequently cast average-looking actors (and nonactors) recruited from Web sites like Craigslist, who bring an additional layer of deliberate amateurishness to their skits." James Norton from Flak Magazine says, "If Adult Swim is the bleeding edge of TV comedy, Tim and Eric's Awesome Show, Great Job!
The show features surreal and often satirical humor (at points anti-humor and cringe comedy), public-access television-style musical acts, bizarre faux-commercials with a unique editing and special effects style by Doug Lussenhop to make the show appear camp.
The program featured a wide range of actors like Will Ferrell, John C.
The series' theme music was composed by Davin Wood, who had also composed the theme music for the earlier Tom Goes to the Mayor, and for related series Derek & Simon, American Misfits, Stupidface, and Check It Out! Eric posted a My Space bulletin Oct 1, 2008, announcing that as a "holiday surprise" season four would be airing in January 2009. An extended version of this show can be found as an extra on the Season 3 DVD.
The extended version features performances not seen on the original TV episode, from performers such as Pierre and Michael Q. Prior to the beginning of seasons two and three, Tim and Eric combined "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! The second of these, listed as season 3 episode 0, shared their 2008 cross-country tour Speaking with Vanity Fair in July 2009, Wareheim said that season five (or "Season Cinco") would represent "a very dark side of the Awesome Show series.
It features several characters and segments seen in Tom Goes to the Mayor, such as Gibbons, the "Channel 5 Married News Team," and the Cinco Corporation with its variety of inefficient and tasteless products. The show featured a variety of celebrity cameos from actors, comedians, and musicians including Tucker Albrizzi, Fred Armisen, Robert Axelrod, Maria Bamford, Ed Begley, Jr., Corbin Bernsen, The Bird and the Bee, Karen Black, Michael Ian Black, Abbey Brooks, Le Var Burton, Michael Cera, Peter Cetera, Stephanie Courtney, David Cross, Elisha Cuthbert, Ted Danson, DJ Drez, Patrick Duffy, Richard Dunn, John Ennis, Tami Erin, Will Ferrell, Flight of the Conchords, Will Forte, Black Francis, Zach Galifianakis, Jeff Goldblum, Josh Groban, Michael Gross, Bill Hader, Neil Hamburger/Gregg Turkington, David Liebe Hart, Jonah Hill, Karen O, Sergio Kato, Tom Kenny, Tom Leykis, The Lonely Island, Doug Lussenhop, Ron Lynch, Aimee Mann, Marilyn Manson, Richard Marx, John Mayer, Jack Mc Brayer, A. Miles, Larry Miller, Cathy Mitchell, Matthew Moy, Dave Navarro, Bob Odenkirk, Patton Oswalt, Harout Pamboukjian, Steve Pemberton, Jerry Penacoli, Wendell Pierce, Brian Posehn, Sam Proof, Puscifer, Marion Ramsey, John C.
New recurring characters and sketches include "Uncle Muscles Hour," a public-access television variety program hosted by a gravelly-voiced "Weird Al" Yankovic and Channel 5 News Correspondent Dr. Reilly, Paul Reubens, Daniel Riordan, Daphne Rosen, Paul Rudd, William Sanderson, Steve Schirripa, Michael Q.
Peter, Frank Stallone, Sydnee Steele, Ben Stiller, Peter Stormare, Fred Tatasciore, Alan Thicke, Scott Thompson, Danny Trejo, David Wain, Derek Waters, Fred Willard, Rainn Wilson, Ray Wise, Tommy Wiseau, and "Weird Al" Yankovic. The second season began airing on November 18, 2007. The third season began on July 27, 2008 and ended on September 28, 2008.
, a compilation of songs from the first two seasons.
Williams Street also released Uncle Muscles Presents Casey And His Brother in July of that year, an EP featuring 11 songs sung by Heidecker in character as Casey Tatum.
In the same July 2008 New York Times article, it was reported that the duo was in the process of developing a surreal game show series starring Neil Hamburger, titled The New Big Ball with Neil Hamburger.
All five seasons and the Chrimbus Special have been released on DVD in Region 1 and 4 with distribution for the latter being handled by Madman Entertainment.
The Chrimbus Special is included as a special feature on the Season 5 DVD for both regions, but the standalone DVD is only available in Region 1.