Left-leaning, cowardly President Davidson is the worst president in American history. Luckily for America, conservative CIA agent Jack Decker (Tim Heidecker) is here to protect our nation. Decker risks his life fighting against terrorism and the dominant liberal establishment, assisted by Special Agent, master code-breaker, and film buff Jonathan Kington (Gregg Turkington). Together, the two are putting America first in an effort to make it great again. In-universe, Decker is the directorial debut and passion project of Tim Heidecker, who also hosts a film review podcast with Gregg, and is the lead singer in his band, Dekkar.
Like with many of the Adult Swim-destined programs, Decker has a very unique style of humor that is simply lost on many. However, for those interested in this genre of comedy, Decker can be an excellent (and brief) flash of comedy. The episodes average 10 minute run-time allows for fast-developing plots. The signature low-budget look complete with intentionally bad acting and low production values is artfully executed and entertaining, though viewers should still keep their eyes open for surprisingly insightful moments. Like other reviewers suggest, you'll either love it or hate it. I personally hope this show is here to stay.
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