'Eastbound & Down' was a small, under-the-radar comedy experiment when it premiered, and now that the final season has come to a close, we look back at what the deranged saga of Kenny Powers adds up to, and how well they pulled off their conclusion. Read more
So, This Is It. For realsies this time. Forever. And for an episode that would otherwise be a conventional, solid end to the most sentimental season of this whole raunchy-as-fuck, odd series, the last five minutes are really what made it shine. Specifical more
Eastbound & Down (probably) concluded its four-year run with a familiar-but-satisfying reconciliation and a bonkers coda. Read More...
A Christmas episode, even a slightly off-season one, dovetails quite nicely with this season’s themes — when the idea of providing for your family actually ends up eclipsing your family. Lord knows Kenny doesn’t know where one ends and the other begins. S more
Kenny Powers has been a wild ride this season on 'Eastbound & Down,' but the penultimate episode of the show pushes him to the darkest place yet, and it's unclear whether Kenny's going to be able to pull it out of this self-destructive spiral or not. Rea more
Kenny Powers reaches several crossroads, both personal and professional, in what is easily the most incendiary 'Eastbound & Down' episode so far this year, and we're not sure how the character rebounds from this. Read More...
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. From the second Guy Young fires a sweet old janitor in the cold open for laughing at a bit of Kenny’s (“He’s one of those stupid white people who just says shit”), flashing a maniacal smile the m more
In this episode, Hyde Kenny — career over family, fame over reality — comes out in full-force. Or, I should say, leans in. Not to overanalyze this, but while the Having It All conundrum’s being beaten to death in trend pieces, romantic comedies, an more