YMMV / Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
Awesome Music: Groban Sings Casey.
Ear Worm: Multiple exams, some of which that double as Awesome Music.
"This is what I do, I sit on you, sit on you, sit on you!"
The Channel Five Kid Break Raps, despite their nasty subject matters.
The music from the Paul Rudd's Computer sketch, particularly Tayne's theme, "Revenge" by Equalizers.
"I Can Wait"
Ensemble Darkhorse: Steve Brule, anyone?
Casey seems to have a smaller fandom.
David Liebe Hart, a former public access host himself.
Funny Moments: Has its own page.
Hollywood Homely: Averted. Part of the show's surreal look comes from casting average-looking people as actors.
Love It or Hate It: Everything Tim and Eric has ever done has had equal parts diehard fans and rabid haters. This is no exception.
Now think about your dad. What's your dad like? I wanna meet that dad.
It's free real estate!
Nausea Fuel: Far, far too many examples to count.
Seinfeld Is Unfunny: As with Monty Python, the show's style was shocking at first but its deliberate amateurishness and Anti-Humor has started to become copied in The New Tens.
Special Effects Failure: Intentional of course.
Squick: Damn near everything.
In the final episode, Tim and Eric grow horrifyingly swollen nipples that lactate yellow "man milk". It's truly terrifying to behold.
The show is really fond of closeup shots of mouths overstuffed with food, complete with squishing noises.
Tim and Eric LOVE employing disgusting slurping, squelching and crunching noises anywhere and everywhere they can.
The end result of "helmet touch" in the "Sports!" number involves severe brain damage.
True Art Is Incomprehensible
Uncanny Valley: ''Child Showcase'', where little boys with the heads of Patton Oswalt and Rainn Wilson sing dirty songs. The adult heads aren't proportional to the child bodies, and the grainy video disguises the digital effects, making it look more real than it should, making the effect even more unnerving.
What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: Tim & Eric have stated that even though they both smoke pot, no drugs are involved in the writing or performance, but that they can certainly make viewing more enjoyable. One sketch (of them being interviewed by Michael Ian Black) parodies the idea that drugs must be involved.
The Woobie: The abuse Will Grello suffered from his father as a child is truly horrific, including being made to cook his own dog.