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Peter, Frank Stallone, Sydnee Steele, Ben Stiller, Peter Stormare, Fred Tatasciore, Alan Thicke, Scott Thompson, Danny Trejo, Branden Vickery, David Wain, Derek Waters, Fred Willard, Rainn Wilson, Ray Wise, Tommy Wiseau, and "Weird Al" Yankovic. The second season began airing on November 18, 2007. The third season began on July 27, 2008 and ended on September 28, 2008.

The series' theme music was composed by Davin Wood, who had also composed the theme music for the earlier Tom Goes to the Mayor, and for related series Derek & Simon, American Misfits, Stupidface, and Check It Out! Eric posted a My Space bulletin Oct 1, 2008, announcing that as a "holiday surprise" season four would be airing in January 2009. An extended version of this show can be found as an extra on the Season 3 DVD.

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The creators of the show have described it as "the nightmare version of television." The show, which expands the genre of the live-action material featured in Heidecker and Wareheim's previous show, Tom Goes to the Mayor, consists of sketches, songs, and commercials.