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Brockmire makes a decision. He must choose between staying in Morristown or returning to the major leagues.
The episode was rated 7.76 from 499 votes.
Brockmire attempts fame again. Jules and Charles work to make him a household name. Their efforts pay off when he gains a very unexpected fan base.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 579 votes.
Brockmire's ex reappears. Forced to confront his emotions, Brockmire defaults to drinking.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 628 votes.
Brockmire attends an event honoring broadcasters. Charles attempts to impress a young lady.
The episode was rated 7.73 from 513 votes.
Brockmire and Gabby finally get a chance to call their first regular season MLB game for Oakland, but are confronted by protestors who are disciples of bigot Art Newlie.
The episode was rated 7.69 from 140 votes.
Jules has a pregnancy scare. Brockmire works out his father issues with Charles. Jules and Brockmire take a road trip to Pittsburgh.
The episode was rated 7.66 from 543 votes.
Ten years after Major League Baseball announcer Jim Brockmire's career goes down in flames with an on-air meltdown, he's trying to start over calling the games of a small-town minor league team called the Morristown Frackers.
The episode was rated 7.64 from 910 votes.
The players hold a kangaroo court that turns intense; Charles tries to figure out why Brockmire thinks he is gay.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 671 votes.
Brockmire deals with sobriety-induced impotence and Matt's declining health. Brockmire's sponsor reminds him that he needs to find a higher power if he wants the AA program to rid him of his anxiety.
The episode was rated 7.60 from 139 votes.
Artificial intelligence threatens to take steps in its pursuit to rule the world and attempts to take over baseball. Jim and Jules must decide if they want to embolden this emerging society ruled by machines or stay with the failing status quo.
The episode was rated 7.60 from 84 votes.
Jim and Uribe go on an epic bender; Charles discovers a sad truth about Brockmire; when announcing with Raj, Brockmire has a few too many drinks.The episode was rated from 244 votes.
When the Frackers win the day after Jim gets together with Jules, the team's owner, they decide to continue their relationship with the hope that the team will continue to win.The episode was rated from 780 votes.
After Jim ends up in the hospital, Charles has an intervention to stop Brockmire's destructive habits. In attendance are a rag-tag group of friends and enemies from Brockmire's past. Jim meets a dangerous new friend.The episode was rated from 194 votes.
After Gabby finds out that she is pregnant and then walks in on her wife cheating on her, Brockmire goes out of his way to be a good friend and to comfort her. She and Brockmire share their experiences of being cheated on while calling the game.The episode was rated from 147 votes.
Jim goes on a bender with his new nihilistic friend, Elle, who pushes him towards a new level of destruction. Brockmire ends up in the hospital again and finally takes rehab seriously. Charles approaches Jim with a new opportunity.The episode was rated from 179 votes.
Brockmire's mother, who abandoned him and his sister at a young age, comes to town and challenges his relationship with his sister.The episode was rated from 148 votes.
Brockmire urges Charles to leave a toxic relationship. Charles is appalled at Gus' terrible producing skills. Brockmire is infatuated with Matt Hardesty's nurse and tries to make amends with Hardesty.The episode was rated from 160 votes.
Now calling minor league games in New Orleans, Jim is up for the major leagues in Atlanta. He competes against Raj, a likable young announcer. Charles works on the podcast despite Brockmire's antics. A friend from Morristown stops by for a visit.The episode was rated from 278 votes.
Despite Jim's protests, Charles needs the night off for his birthday. Jim attempts to throw him a party, but things quickly get out of hand. Tensions arise when Jim shows up at Charles' birthday dinner and meets his judgmental family.The episode was rated from 256 votes.
Baseball players' union contracts are up for re-negotiation and a potential strike threatens the future of baseball altogether. Jim and Jules give it one last go and try to negotiate the terms of their potential relationship.The episode was rated from 85 votes.
Last updated: sep 14, 2022
Laugh out Loud funny... poor Brockmire and all his baggage trying to find some diversion from his inner demons. (Titanium Kid is in there too). Been a while since i've laughed this much.
I started watching this show on a lark and boy am I glad I did. I don't belly laugh very often but this show had me in stitches. I'm just sad there are only 8 episodes. Looking forward to next season.
It's a very good show. I would have to agree with a previous reviewer. Most comedies don't do it for me as far as being laugh out loud funny. Not this one. I find myself laughing quite often. Of course this is full of tragic characters, but don't we all have tragedy in our lives at one point or another?I for one find it much easier to cope with the troubles by making light of them. Not to mention the fact that Hank Azaria is pretty much a comedy genius with his arsenal of impressions and long track record in show business.
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