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The Eric Andre Show 

Eric Andre tries to host a talk show in a bizarre environment, where he is sometimes the player of pranks and sometimes the victim.

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Eric André
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Eric André ...  Himself - Host 42 episodes, 2012-2020
Hannibal Buress ...  Himself / ... 41 episodes, 2012-2016
Tom Ato Tom Ato ...  Guitarist / ... 29 episodes, 2012-2015
Early McCalister Early McCalister ...  Saxophone Player / ... 29 episodes, 2012-2015
Pfelton Sutton ...  Drummer / ... 29 episodes, 2012-2015
Jerry Wheeler Jerry Wheeler ...  Trombone Player / ... 29 episodes, 2012-2015
Adora Dei ...  Keyboardist / ... 20 episodes, 2013-2015
Robert Smith Robert Smith ...  Himself - Announcer 20 episodes, 2014-2016
John Bueno John Bueno ...  Director / ... 20 episodes, 2012-2015
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Eric Andre tries to host a talk show in a bizarre environment, where he is sometimes the player of pranks and sometimes the victim.

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Comedy | Talk-Show

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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

20 May 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Duh Air Ache On Dre Shoe See more »

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16:9 HD
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The working title used in the test pilot was "Duh Air Ache On Dre Shoe". See more »

Crazy Credits

During each opening sequence, Eric destroys the set in a different manner. See more »


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Happy Happening
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Written by Mathieu Blossier
[opening sequence music]
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Not only a great show, but a life changing one for the open mind.
21 December 2014 | by derekhill1594See all my reviews

I have never loved a TV show more than The Eric Andre Show. This show speaks to me so hard it's unreal.

The main theme of the show is mental chaos. Eric is one crazy individual (like myself) who knows exactly how to grab people's souls, shake it around, and throw it back without hesitation. His actions are so subtle that he leaves his guests struck with all kinds of emotions. Hannibal, too, but he is a little more reserved about it.

Before this show, I never really understood social norms (or at least how they were used in context). Growing up, I wasn't too much of a social kid, but only because I wasn't raised in a social environment. I was always interested in being social, however. Watching this show has made me realize something important. Social norms don't really apply to you if you have little to zero knowledge about them. For example, Eric goes out in public and makes a fool of himself. In reality, he's actually making YOU look like a fool. Eric doesn't give a crap how people view him, so, in his mind, he is not acting like a fool. In his mind, he is acting how Eric Andre would normally act, even if other people think he's totally lost it. He knows what to expect except everybody around him.

The key message this show gives to the world is timeless: All of humanity is going to act how they want to act when they want to act and, overall, there is nothing you can do about it. You can't force people to act a certain way, especially if you care about that person/they care about you. Whatever is happening up top in THEIR head is out of YOUR control. Sally will always act like Sally and Joe-Bob will always act like Joe-Bob. A perfect example of this is at the very end of Season 1 Episode 10. Eric does a bit where he falls onto his knees on a busy sidewalk dressed as a homeless man, crying as he pretends to have lost all hope in himself as a person. The people around him BARELY react. A few people glance over at him, but that's it. Most people just walk past as if nothing is happening. Those people had no idea that he was faking it for a TV show, so those are AUTHENTIC REACTIONS. This shows a lot about the society we live in today. Even if you have hit rock bottom and are giving up hope completely, people don't give a damn, especially if they don't know you. What if that was a real-life situation? What if that "homeless man" really WAS completely giving up hope in himself and his last chance for relief was a stranger assisting him in some sort of way? The next option for a person like that would most likely be suicide. Do you know how good it could feel to supply happiness into a stranger in a random act of kindness? You'd never know unless you'd try.


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