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"Hamburger" is the eighth episode of Season 1 of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, and the eighth episode in the series overall. It originally aired as the seasons ninth episode on April 8th, 2007.

Episode Highlights

Tim and Eric are late in delivering the episode to the network and must rely on Hamburger Taxi to get the tape there on time. Dr. Steve Brule educates the Married News Team with a special report on stomach and digestion problems. Tim makes a call to a music store about his "Uke’" that keeps falling on his computer. Michael Q. Schmidt debuts his new "Raise My Roof" dance to win the "Uncle Muscles Grand Championship".

Segments

Cast & Characters

Starring
Guest Starring
Supporting Cast
  • Nick Cron-DeVico as Guy on Phone
  • Roger Hampton as Angry Driver
  • Sam Ingraffia as Angry Driver
  • Rory Larson
  • Daniel Leslie as Daniel
  • Doug Lussenhop as Kid (Voice Only)
  • Michael Q. Schmidt as Himself

Trivia

  • While this episode was originally listed and aired as the seasons ninth episode, it is officially labeled as the eighth episode on Adult Swim's website.
  • This episodes opening theme includes a special introduction for Neil Hamburger.
  • The theme music from the HBO comedy series Curb Your Enthusiasm 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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