It feels kind of awkward and bizarre, but pretty silly.
In 2001, the two compiled a tape of their sketches and mailed it to various comedians they looked up to; one of them, , reacted with enthusiasm and agreed to collaborate with them on a of.
They sent some of their absurdist, uncomfortable bits to Mr.
I actually found myself laughing quite a bit while watching your show.
You've bought it this time, buster! So we just started making films.
Wareheim and Heidecker had mailed copies of an early version of the show to comedian , who agreed to take on the project as the of the series and sold it to Cartoon Network.
Heidecker and Wareheim's next show, the live-action, sketch-based Tim And Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! When they reach it after it crashes, it is covered in blood, which his father claims is Eric's.