Summary: If you're checking out this DVD or Blu-ray listing for Eastbound and Down Season 3, then you're already familiar with the saga of ex Major League Baseball closer Kenny Powers - the foul mouthed, selfish, arrogant drug addict and slob that we all know and love! If not, seriously do yourself a favour and go check out seasons 1 and 2. How does season 3 hold up to the excellence of the first two seasons?
Summary: Each season of eastbound and down is different from the last. I'd say this is better than season 2. It's much darker but it's still funny. There are lots of different things that happen that you don't expect and a range of emotions. The ending is fantastic and Kenny Powers is still the best character Danny McBride has played. You must rent this if you have seen seasons 1 & 2. Put it on your rental list NOW.
Prepare yourself for the awesomeness that is Kenny Powers
28 November 2012
Summary: I don't understand the first thing about Baseball and pretty much hate all known sports...so why am I laughing so hard at Kenny Powers in 'Eastbound & Down'? Could it be that the mullet-headed, drug snorting, sexually inappropriate main character brings out the inner Kenny Powers in us all?
Summary: If you've followed Kenny F***ing Powers through his descent into teaching and comeback as a pitcher through the first two series of 'Eastbound and Down', then you'll want to follow the latest chapters in that story as Kenny experiences minor league and major hassles with the Mermen of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.