Kenny Powers is an enigma, but if 'Eastbound & Down' has taught us anything, it's what drives him to be the way he is: booze, sex, drugs, fame, an unearned sense of superiority and entitlement, an eighth grade education, and more important than all of those things combined, his love for April.
April makes Kenny the best man he can possibly be, which still isn't a very good man, in fact, on a scale of one to Mel Gibson, Kenny is at about a Charlie Sheen. But he's a kinder, gentler Sheen when he has April as his muse.
Pat Anderson (Adam Scott) was the young exec from Tampa whose empty promises eventually sent Kenny to Mexico. Now he's out of rehab, "clean and sobes," and on a mission to make amends with those he wronged. Right after apologizing to his sponsor for adulterizing his wife, he b-lined it for Mexico for a reunion with ole KP.
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