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The long term consequences of surviving an apocalypse start to have a major impact on the group, whose daily life is upended.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 2180 votes.
Phil and Mike grow closer than ever and the whole Malibu group gets a big friggin’ surprise.
The episode was rated 7.72 from 2366 votes.
Phil and Carol reconcile their differences.
The episode was rated 7.64 from 1854 votes.
After discovering hidden dangers in their mansion, the group decides to part ways with their home in Zihuatanejo and embark on a new destination. However, Tandy has second thoughts about what they may be leaving behind.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 1003 votes.
Carol is back on the campaign for repopulation with Phil, and Todd’s juggling act finally puts him over the edge.
The episode was rated 7.60 from 2476 votes.
The pressure is on as Gail tries to fix a bad situation, and Melissa and Todd try to recover from their relationship troubles.
The episode was rated 7.60 from 2078 votes.
The safety of Tandy and the group is in jeopardy as armed intruders storm the Malibu beach near their home, and no one can agree on what to do. While Melissa takes drastic action, Tandy gets a new lesson in fashion.
The episode was rated 7.60 from 2724 votes.
Mike Miller’s space capsule careening through the sky toward Earth, finally putting him on the same planet as his big brother, Phil. Mike thinks he is the last man on earth, but who knows what or whom he might encounter.
The episode was rated 7.59 from 2209 votes.
While Carol puts lots of thought and care into her wedding, Phil does his best to pretend like it is not happening.
The episode was rated 7.55 from 2453 votes.
Todd has a lot to think about when Tandy and Carol ask a major favor of him. Meanwhile, Gail’s wine consumption has become an issue.
The episode was rated 7.53 from 2374 votes.
The long term consequences of surviving an apocalypse start to have a major impact on the group, whose daily life is upended.The episode was rated from 2205 votes.
Along with most human life, the virus wiped out normal traditions and holidays. As Christmas approaches, Carol spearheads a “Secret Santa” gift exchange to spread some festive cheer.The episode was rated from 1983 votes.
The gang ventures out in search of what they think could be a new sign of life, but are surprised at what they actually find. Meanwhile, Todd makes a few morbid discoveries of his own back at the mansion.The episode was rated from 1005 votes.
The first moments of the deadly virus outbreak are revealed through a special lens.The episode was rated from 2610 votes.
Tandy attempts to develop his new friendship with Lewis by learning about his past. Meanwhile, Carol asks Gail for a big favor and Todd addresses Melissa's mental state head-on.The episode was rated from 2621 votes.
Phil and Carol leave Tucson behind and strike out on their own in a road trip across the United States.The episode was rated from 2255 votes.
The cul de sac decides to have a re-election for the President of the United States.The episode was rated from 1866 votes.
He has traveled to every city, every town and every outpost in the United States, Mexico and Canada, and has found no one. As he returns to his hometown of Tucson, Phil comes to the realization that he is almost certainly the last living being on the face of the earth.The episode was rated from 1124 votes.
Todd feels left out, as Tandy warms to having his big brother back on Earth. Meanwhile, Mike learns more about Erica than the group has ever uncovered about her.The episode was rated from 2340 votes.
Phil wants to host a party for the gang, while Todd begins a lucky streak.The episode was rated from 2310 votes.
Last updated: sep 22, 2022
"The Last Man on Earth" has been an absolute riot so far through the first 3 episodes, adding its own unique comedic twist on a classic premise, and looks like it will continue to go strong throughout its first season. Will Forte is back taking on a slightly different persona from his usual MacGruber and channeling a bit of his own Tom Hanks in "Castaway". While the first episode takes on a more serious tone, the second episode is where things REALLY take off and the show comes into its own comedically. Give this show a few episodes to see what it is really about. Will Forte and Kristen Schaal have an instant chemistry that leaves me cringing and smiling at the same like classic "The Office" episodes featuring Michael Scott's best escapades. I can't wait until more of the rumored cast members show up and add even more wrinkles. One last word. Fox, if you dare go "Firefly" on this show and cancel it early, I will not be pleased. That is all. Go watch this show now!!
This show is awful. Phil/Tandy is so easy to hate, no quality characters in this show Edit: Season 2 was much better, but still pretty intolerable.
The one thing I couldn't understand about "The last man on earth" that Phil had all the world in his hands and instead he chose to stay with all those people who clearly hate him, and don't make me start talking about the poor choices he always made just to get laid or to made everyone love him, if he could listen to me I would say : come on man, have some guts, take a car and leave
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