Tim and Eric Nite Live! was an American television series, which premiered November 8, 2007 on SuperDeluxe. The talk show stars Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, creators of Tom Goes to the Mayor and Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, and consists of a variety of strange segments often featuring Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! regulars such as David Liebe Hart and James Quall. It also repeatedly features Awesome Show regular Richard Dunn in a sidekick/father-figure type role.
The show has seen many guests in its short internet-only SuperDeluxe exclusive run from such actors, singers and comedians as John Mayer, Zach Galifianakis, Bob Odenkirk, Will Forte, Rainn Wilson, and Jonah Hill. The series ran for 12 episodes.
OK, sure, with the season finale Tim and Eric are back together and the whole gang is there to celebrate. But that doesn't mean all is good in their world12
After last week's big blowout, Tim and Eric reevaluate their relationship. David Liebe Hart sings a song of peace, James Quall does a comedy routine for peace, and Richard Dunn recites a poem for peac11
Tim and Eric sing about chocolate and eyes get blackened10
A Valentine's Day Special With Tim, Eric, Richard Dunn & John Mayer09
Returning from their holiday break, Tim and Eric Night Live sets off the new year with their first attempt at high definition broadcast.07
A Tim and Eric Christmas Spectacular with one-hundred holiday honks, five Richard Dunns and one very jolly surprise! The gang's all here for a very special Tim and Eric Nite Live Christmas.06
Tim and Eric get into the spirit of the holiday season with a master gingerbread house builder... then all hell breaks loose.05
Bob Odenkirk drops by for Christmas04
Break out the bubbly! Tim and Eric celebrate their 3rd live broadcast in style with a comedy contest.03
We always believed that Tim and Eric had Hollywood connections, but who knew that they could get Tom Cruise to appear on this second installment of Tim And Eric Nite Live?02
The premiere episode of Tim and Eric Nite Live!01
American Folk Blues Festival 1962-1969 - 4
The “Blues and Gospel Train" was filmed May 7, 1964 by Granada TV for the BBC at the abandoned Wilbraham Road Station in Manchester! AMAZING!!!!!!!!