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Joe faces the music in the courtroom but insists the story is far from over. Jeff’s business prospects crumble. Former G.W. Zoo workers try to move on.
The episode was rated 7.47 from 903 votes.
An incident in Carole's past casts her in a suspicious light, and while she maintains her innocence, Joe is all too happy to point the finger at her.
The episode was rated 7.43 from 1010 votes.
As Joe dives into politics, he deals with turmoil and tragedy in his personal life. Meanwhile, the dynamics at the park change with the new owners.
The episode was rated 7.42 from 939 votes.
Joe ramps up his efforts to become an internet and TV star, but a mysterious fire and lawsuit threaten his plans — until an angel investor appears.
The episode was rated 7.41 from 960 votes.
Subjected to long hours, little (or no) pay and the whims of eccentric bosses: are big cat park employees just cogs in a web of personality cults?
The episode was rated 7.35 from 1067 votes.
James Garretson makes a shocking claim about Joe, leading to FBI involvement. Desperation sets in for Joe, who thinks Jeff and James have set him up.
The episode was rated 7.30 from 917 votes.
Meet Joe Exotic, the gun-toting operator of an Oklahoma big cat park. He’s been accused of hiring someone to murder his chief rival, Carole Baskin.
The episode was rated 7.18 from 1223 votes.
Tim vows to stand his ground. Jeff goes to bat for Joe, but one last stunning claim from a familiar face turns the story on its head yet again.
The episode was rated 6.85 from 213 votes.
Renewed interest in Don's disappearance leads authorities, journalists and his children to investigate how, when -- and even if -- he was killed.
The episode was rated 6.80 from 248 votes.
Jeff goes on the defensive when acquaintances and former associates accuse him of misdeeds. Meanwhile, Tim faces legal issues in Indiana.
The episode was rated 6.80 from 212 votes.
Don's daughters escalate their efforts to learn more about their father's fate. Carole's version of events faces further scrutiny.The episode was rated from 235 votes.
With Joe in prison, others from the series seek to capitalize on their fame. Meanwhile, a team forms to press Donald Trump for a presidential pardon.The episode was rated from 301 votes.
In this aftershow, Joel McHale talks with Jeff, Saff, Erik and more to get their reactions to the series, their portrayals and their new fameThe episode was rated from 568 votes.
Last updated: nov 10, 2022
Wtf did I just watch.... on a side note, she definitely did that shit
The producers really struck gold with this one. One of the craziest stories with some of the most batshit insane people you have ever seen. I mean seriously, if this was a scripted show I would stop watching because the characters are too fucking crazy and unbelievable. But this is actually real. What The Actual Fuck.
You seriously couldn't script this shit. Notice whenever someone refers to Oklahoma it's always "Bumfuck Oklahoma".
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