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DVD RELEASE DATE : December, 18th 2012
Welcome back to The Life & Times of Tim, the hilarious® adult animated comedy featuring an ordinary guy whose decision-making inabilities and complete misunderstanding of those around him (and perhaps life itself) make him a loveable underdog and antihero. In stores on December 18, 2012, The Life & Times of Tim: The Complete Third Season includes all ten half-hour episodes of the final season of this hilarious, one-of-a-kind series. A fun title for holiday gift-giving, the DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $29.98.
With its minimalist animation style, wickedly subversive and brilliant deadpan sense of humor, The Life and Times of Tim has been acclaimed as a “real delight” (New York Post)and “deliciously over the top”(The Hollywood Reporter).In the third season, Tim continues his destructive habit of befriending bizarre and unusual personalities in New York City who put him in dangerously funny circumstances and lead to missteps, mistakes and misfortunes at every turn. Taking the wrong advice from the wrong people, Tim often finds himself jobless, always hapless and sometimes shirtless – but at least he’s got a girlfriend.
The Life and Time of Tim was created, written, produced and voiced by Steve Dildarian (the Clio-winning co-creator behind Budweiser’s memorable “Lizards” TV campaign). In addition to Dildarian, voices are provided by Mary Jane Otto (as girlfriend Amy), Nick Kroll (as Tim’s best friend Stu), Matt Johnson (as The Boss’s assistant Rodney) and Peter Giles (as The Boss). Guest voices this season include Jennifer Coolidge, Rob Corddry, Andrew Daly, Jon C. Daly, Jamie Denbo, Bob Einstein, Joe Flaherty, Andy Kindler, Marc Maron, Penny Marshall, Edie McClurg, Alfred Molina, Mary Kay Place, Ian Roberts, Stephen Root, Paul Rust, Bob Saget, Horatio Sanz, Paul Scheer, George Wallace, Kym Whitley, Fred Willard, Billy Dee Williams and Anton Yelchin.