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Friends
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Season 1 • Episode 2
Originally aired on February 18, 2007
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"Friends" is the second episode of Season 1 of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, and the second episode in the series overall. It originally aired on February 18th, 2007.

Episode Highlights

Cinco Insurance advertises their "Balls Insurance" plan. Eric sends Tim an ornamental hot dog after finding out he is dying of "Limp Lip". Channel 5 celebrates Steve Brule's 10 year broadcasting anniversary. Pierre teaches children how to dance. Tim and Eric write a jingle for Rolos.

Segments

Cast & Characters

Starring
Guest Starring
Supporting Cast
  • Ron Austar as Pierre
  • Ron Lynch as Award Show Announcer (Voice Only)
  • Jessica Rizo as Cinco Check Girl
  • Kurt Sinclair as Cinco Insurance Spokesman
  • Ron Stark as Prance Stuard
  • John Tamaki as Ball Puncher
  • Fred Tatasciore as Friendly (Voice Only)
Uncredited
  • Bob Odenkirk as Channel 5 Announcer (Voice Only)
  • Doug Lussenhop as Man with Mouthful of Hot Dogs
  • Jon Mugar as Man with Mouthful of Hot Dogs
  • Mashari Laila Bain as Caller (Voice Only)

Trivia

  • An alternate version of Tim and Eric's Rolo Jingle plays during this episodes credit sequence.

Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
Season 1 DadsFriendsCatsSalameChunkySlopAbstinenceHamburgerAnniversaryMissing
Season 2 VacationDad's OffForestDollsComaRobinCarolInnernettePepperoniEmbarrassed
Season 3 ResurrectionChanRascalsSpagettC.O.R.B.SJim and DerrickJazzMuscles for BonesLarryBrownies
Season 4 OriginsSnowBallsUniverseTommyRoad TripBrothers CincoHairTennisPresidents
Season 5 ComedyStuntmenReanimatedChoicesCrowsGreene MachineHandsomePubertyLuckyMan Milk
Specials Chrimbus Special

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