Nick Swardson's Pretend Time: Season 1 (2010)
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Nick Swardson's Pretend Time: Season 1 (2010)

TV-14 7 Episodes
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Episodes:
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Nick dedicates the show to his dead cat Fitzgerald in an episode that features guest stars actor Ryan Phillipe and stand-up comedian Natasha Leggero.
 
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  21 minutes
Nick talks about how dirty the show can be in an episode that features guest stars SNL-alum Finesse Mitchell, rapper Swayze, and comedy duo Dana & Julia.
 
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  21 minutes
Nick talks about his obsession with scatological humor at an early age in an episode that features guest appearances from UCB co-founder Matt Walsh and comedic actor Bob Odenkirk.
 
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  21 minutes
Nick talks about the trouble they had casting the Freddy Krueger sketch in an episode that features guest appearances by stand-up comedians Nick Kroll and Paul F. Tompkins.
 
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  21 minutes
Nick is happy to be working with Gay Robot again in an episode that features guest appearances by comedic actors Horatio Sanz, Kerri Kenney and Adam Scott.
 
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  21 minutes
Nick thinks his picture on the crew sweatshirts makes him look fat in an episode that features guest appearances by stand-up comedian Harland Williams and actor/performer Paul Scheer ("The League").
 
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  21 minutes
Nick discusses his horrible kitten sweater in an episode that features guest appearances from stand-up comedians Laura Kightlinger and Owen Benjamin.
Trip out on pharmaceutical grade sketch with pure, uncut episodes of Nick Swardson's Pretend Time Season 1. From gay robots to wheelchair-bound cats, stand-up star Swardson fearlessly explores the outer limits of comedy and good taste.
Genres Comedy
Director Tom Gianas
Starring Nick Swardson, Julia Lea Wolov, Bob Odenkirk, Doug Jones View More
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Movie Summary

Trip out on pharmaceutical grade sketch with pure, uncut episodes of Nick Swardson's Pretend Time Season 1. From gay robots to wheelchair-bound cats, stand-up star Swardson fearlessly explores the outer limits of comedy and good taste.
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Movie Details

Genres Comedy
Director Tom Gianas
Starring Nick Swardson, Julia Lea Wolov, Bob Odenkirk, Doug Jones
Studio Name MTV Networks
Release Date 2010
VUDU Release Date 10/12/2011
Rating TV-14 About Ratings
Episodes 7 episodes

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