Eastbound & Down
4 Seasons | 29 Episodes | TV-MA
As a baseball star, Kenny Powers had it all: money, fame, obsessed fans. But he threw it all away in a haze of hard-living and complacency. HBO presents this riotous comedy series starring Danny McBride as the former pitcher who finds himself out of baseball and reduced to teaching Phys Ed at the North Carolina school he once attended.
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>In Copales, Mexico a corn-rowed Kenny Powers takes bets on his prized fighting cock "Big Red." When a local gambler can't afford to pay, Kenny, who has assumed the identity of "Steve," takes the man's jackass instead. While living it up with his new sidekicks Aaron and Hector, a mouthy midget and a mute brute, Kenny briefly wonders about the life he left behind to live in a dumpy Mexican apartment. <br /><br />Kenny and his guys visit a club where the performer, Vida, shakes her magnificent ass for the crowd as she sings. Afterward, Kenny approaches her outside the club, looking to follow-up on their one-night stand, but she doesn't seem interested. He checks out the hapless local baseball team, Los Charros, and after another embarrassing loss, the team's manager, Roger, recognizes Kenny in the parking lot and approaches him. Kenny pretends not to know what Roger is talking about, maintaining his cover as Steve the Cockfighter.<br /><br />In his next fight, Big Red gets taken out. After Kenny buries and eulogizes his bird, Aaron and Hector turn on him and take him for all he has (a little bit of cash and a truck loaded with cocks). Feeling dejected, Kenny has dinner with his neighbor's family and is moved by Catuey's prayer. Kenny comes clean about his identity, taking out his corn-rows, and the next day, Kenny rides his moped onto the Charros practice field. He calls a team meeting and lets everyone know: Kenny Powers is back, and he's joining the Charros.</p></div>
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>In El Paso, the real Stevie has sex with a prostitute who Kenny has visited before. Back in Mexico, Kenny practices with the Charros. The team's owner, Sebastian, invites Kenny into his palatial home, where the two men bond over their shared love of money and racism, and Sebastian promises to make Kenny's debut a spectacle.</p><p>Kenny returns home to find Stevie waiting in his apartment. Startled, Kenny shoots him in the leg and then enlists Catuey's sister-in-law, Maria, to dress the wound. When Stevie comes to, he explains that he followed the "clues" that Kenny had charged to Stevie's credit card. The two visit a strip club, where Stevie drops the news that April got married to Cutler back in North Carolina. Kenny pretends not to care, but when he sees Vida on the way home, he expresses his devastation by coming clean about his identity. Kenny says he'll take care of the extremely trashed Stevie, who wakes up the next morning in the back of a truck headed to America.</p><p>At the Charros game, Kenny isn't in the bullpen. Roger finds him moping in the locker room and gives a motivational speech that fires Kenny up. With fireworks going off and an American flag draped across his shoulders, Kenny makes his entrance into the game and throws three fastballs for three strikes. "Estas f**king afuera."</p><p>After Kenny's performance, the fans barely react. Stevie shows up after the game (a bit worse for wear after hitching his way back to Mexico) and pleads to be a part of his idol's Mexican adventure. Kenny agrees to have him.</p></div>
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>At his home, Kenny lays out errands for the thong-clad Stevie to take care of. Disappointed with the level of promotion he's received from the Charros, Kenny enlists Stevie and Catuey to spread word about his comeback around town while he launches a publicity stunt. At the grocery store, Kenny signs autographs in a mariachi costume and runs into Vida, who he invites to a party on team owner Sebastian's yacht.<br /><br />Catuey's sister Maria changes Stevie's bandage from his bullet wound, and despite the language barrier, there's a spark between them. Their moment is interrupted by the return of Kenny's former sidekicks, Aaron and Hector, who tell Stevie they've found a man named Eduardo Sanchez that Kenny has been looking for. On Sebastian's boat, the owner and his star player are deeply engaged in conversation as Vida and other girls dance in front of them. Kenny, a lifetime breast man, is contemplating switching sides to support "tits' greatest enemy"—the ass. Later that night in Vida's apartment, Kenny formally changes his allegiance.<br /><br />The next morning, Kenny is surprised to meet Vida's son Tony and they share an awkward conversation. At the game, the crowd is far from enthused, but when Kenny instigates a brawl with the opposing team, the place goes wild. Outside the stadium, Kenny signs an autograph for a young fan who calls him "La Flama Blanca," White Flame.<br /><br />At Big Red's grave, Aaron and Hector take Kenny's money, but instead of giving him Eduardo Sanchez's address, they give him a phone book. Stevie presses Kenny about the mysterious man, but Kenny refuses to say who he is. At a local carnival, Kenny tells Vida and Tony that he wants them to be a part of his life.</p></div>
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>Kenny Powers is making the world his bitch. He has the hottest girl, the best drugs and of course, jet skis. The Charros are winning and the crowd loves him for his fastball and his attitude. La Flama Blanca is on fire.<br /><br />Stevie tries to reopen the Eduardo Sanchez case, but Kenny shuts him down, while providing key information about the mysterious man's whereabouts. When Maria comes by to treat Stevie's wound, she takes off her clothes and they kiss passionately. At the stadium, Kenny enters the game on his jackass and is promptly ejected. <br /><br />Kenny brings Vida to Sebastian's house to record a song in his studio. During the production of Vida's not-so-subtle "I Wanna Be By Myself," Kenny asserts himself in the studio, even adding his own remix track. Later that night, Kenny brings Vida's son Tony over to the studio to find out what she's been up to. Kenny sees her behind the glass and storms inside, only to find Sebastian going down on her. Tony flees in horror, while Kenny screams at Vida, calling her "a whore with a regular old whore's heart." He locks her in the booth with Sebastian and smashes the studio. <br /><br />Kenny returns home and finds Stevie and Maria having sex on the couch. Still angry, he forces Stevie to break up with her. Despite being benched by Roger, Kenny shows up at the Charros game drunk. He takes the mound, pulls a soccer ball from under his shirt, tosses it in the air and shoots it with his revolver.<br /><br />At Catuey's house, Stevie has news for Kenny— he's found Eduardo Sanchez. They steal Sebastian's Lamborghini and drive to a town 100 miles east. Eduardo sees Kenny and greets him. Kenny responds, "Hello, Pop."</p></div>
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>Kenny and Eduardo size each other up: Kenny claims the Lamborghini he stole from Sebastian is his own, and Eduardo counters that he's so rich, he's burying his money in holes in his front yard. While Stevie waits outside, Kenny meets his stepmother, Soledad, along with his dim-witted half-brother, Casper. As Eduardo shows off his ATV-tour business, Kenny feels a connection to his father, and they bond over a shared ability to get off on riding badass vehicles. Kenny opens up to Eduardo and comes clean about stealing the car. When Kenny expresses an interest in staying with his father, Stevie admits to lying about April marrying Cutler. The next day, Kenny, Eduardo, Stevie and Casper share a joint, and the police show up. Eduardo has turned in Kenny and Stevie for stealing the car, and they're hauled off to Mexican jail.<br /><br />In jail, Stevie comforts a heartbroken Kenny. Soledad shows up to bail them out and tell Kenny that Eduardo has been lying about everything; the money and the ATVs are all hers. She tells Kenny she's going to leave Eduardo and grabs his crotch. Eduardo offers his son a weak apology, and Kenny and Stevie drive off. At a gas station, Kenny picks up a pay-phone and leaves a message for April: "I'm coming for you."</p></div>
Kenny settles his debt with Sebastian; later, he settles a score with Aaron and Hector, and bids adios to Vida. Kenny passes a final test with the Charros team.
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>Kenny and Stevie are driving through the border with Maria hiding in the back. When they're stopped by border security, Kenny uses his celebrity status to get through. Back in Shelby, Kenny leaves Stevie and Maria in their home to go reclaim April.<br /><br />Kenny stops by his brother's house to reconnect with Dustin and his family. He makes his way to the middle school, stands on top of a crowded lunch table and declares his love for April. Unfortunately, Cutler informs him that April no longer works at the school; she's a realtor now. The two men go to visit April at a house she's selling. Kenny is shocked to find out April is very pregnant. She's with Jamie, her black co-worker. Upset, she tells Kenny that she never wants to see him again.<br /><br />A depressed Kenny finds his discarded jet ski and does coke with his old friend Clegg. At dinner with Dustin and his wife, Kenny realizes he may have mistreated April and gets ready to move on to Myrtle Beach. He visits Stevie to say goodbye. Overwhelmed by the language barrier and Maria's cousins, who have moved into his home, Stevie pleads to go with him. But Kenny refuses him, instead tasking him with delivering his manuscript to April.<br /><br />As Kenny is saying his final goodbyes to the Powers family, April drives up with news for Kenny. The baby is his. For once, a flabbergasted Kenny has no words. They drive to a Mexican restaurant to catch up and see where life takes them…</p></div>
Season Three Premiere. Enjoying a new lease on his baseball career as the closer for the minor-league Myrtle Beach Mermen, Kenny Powers settles into a life of body boarding, jet-skiing, and hard-partying with his catcher Shane (Jason Sudeikis). A detour to Shelby to attend the one-year birthday of his son Toby reunites Kenny with April.
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p><b>Written by</b> Jody Hill, Danny McBride and Harris Wittels<br><b>Directed by</b> David Gordon Green</p><p>Kenny realizes that April's left him with their son and isn't coming back. He borrows Shane's truck, "the one and only p**sy rocket," and sets off in search of her to return the child. He breaks into her apartment, but she's nowhere to be found. At her office, he sets down his backpack and asks Jamie where she is. Jamie tells him he doesn't know anything, but when Kenny opens the pack to reveal Toby and a piece of lettuce, April's boss reveals that she asked him for some time off to sort herself out. Kenny asks his brother and sister-in-law to raise Toby as their own, and when they refuse him, Kenny decides it'd be best to send his son down the river in a basket. He quickly reconsiders.</p><p>Stopping by Stevie's to enlist his help, Kenny finds a FUBU-clad Maria. After being told that she's "assimilating weird," Maria tells Kenny he can find Stevie at Kia. Kenny's former side-kick has taken work at Ashley Schaeffer's car dealership to pay off the debts he incurred self-publishing Kenny's book. That night, Kenny stops by Schaeffer's dinner party, where Stevie is dressed as a geisha and humiliated for the guests' entertainment. Kenny, watching from outside, has seen enough and enters with a samurai sword in hand to liberate his assistant. In order to secure their freedom, Kenny and Stevie must run through a field as Schaeffer fires a cannon at them. As they run, Maria pulls up in Shane's p**sy rocket and drives them to safety.</p></div>
Pro scout Roy McDaniel (Matthew McConaughey) arrives in Myrtle Beach to ask Kenny to mentor Ivan Dochenko, a promising young Russian pitching prospect. Stevie lays down the ground rules for his return to Kenny's team, while grappling with Shane and Kenny's relationship.
Convinced his son is cursed, Kenny blames Toby for his recent travails. Later, Kenny tries to connect with Shane's straight-laced family during a difficult time. Stevie is overcome by guilt.
Kenny is surprised by some unannounced visitors. Desperate to win back control of his team, Kenny decides to stage a 4th of July party to end all 4th of July parties. Meanwhile, a guilt-ridden Stevie struggles with confessing to Maria.
Kenny and Eduardo reach into their shared past in an effort to find permanent child care for baby Toby. Stevie continues to lament his loss; Kenny embraces a new pitch while facing up to his responsibilities as a man and a father.
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p><b>Written by</b> John Carcieri & Jody Hill & Danny McBride<br><b>Directed by</b> Jody Hill</p><p>Kenny makes his return to the Mermen's locker room pushing Toby, who he's now proud of. The manager doesn't care, and tells Kenny that the only way to get back in his good graces is to show up on time and support his teammates-from the bench. Later, Kenny apologizes to Ivan for his behavior, but is rebuffed by his Russian rival. Meanwhile, Stevie is still broken up over losing Maria, who he'd seen that day selling oranges on the side of the road, or as Kenny terms it "regressed to her natural state." After a pep talk from Kenny, a freshly-wigged Stevie tries to win back his wife, but he is humiliated instead and loses Toby in the process.</p><p>It's Black Biker Week in Myrtle Beach, and Ashley Schaeffer and Reg Mackworthy show up with a full gang. Schaeffer's out for revenge for his lost Kia dealership, and Mackworthy still has a score to settle with Kenny over his lost eye. After Stevie breaks the news to Kenny that he's lost his son--and Kenny punches him in the face--they receive a call from Mackworthy, who has the child. Kenny and Stevie, armed with nunchaku and Freddy Krueger gloves respectively, confront Mackworthy's gang in a parking lot. As Reg is about to break Kenny's arm with a bat, Schaeffer uses some poorly-chosen words of encouragement, shouting at the former catcher, "Don't disobey me, I'm your master." The gang goes after Schaeffer instead, and Mackworthy forgives Kenny and offers him a motorcade escort to the game.</p><p>When they arrive, Ivan is getting shelled and being taunted by racist fans. The next pitcher refuses to play in front of the battery-throwing crowd, so Kenny steps up and feeds off their rage. Generating power from his son, Ivan's failure, and Shane's memory, Kenny strikes out the final batter. While the black bikers fight with the crowd, Maria arrives and takes Stevie back into her arms.</p><p>Later, Kenny boogieboards and sees April waiting for him on the shore. She apologizes for abandoning the baby with him, but he doesn't forgive her. He gives her the baby and a few words of advice--Gerber brand baby food, not "bobo generic sh**"--and she leaves. Kenny pretends not to care.</p></div>
Season Three Finale. As Kenny adjusts to the new realities of his life, a twist of fate alters his future with the Mermen.
(Season Four Premiere) Bored with his dead-end job and suburban lifestyle, Kenny Powers--now married to April and a father of two--ponders a career move after partying with Guy Young, a onetime teammate and current host of a raucous TV talk show.
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>Written by <b>Carson Mell</b>, <b>Jody Hill and Danny McBride</b>; Directed by <b>Jody Hill</b></p><p>April finds Kenny in the yard, on drugs and digging a hole for his pool. Still high and dirty, he waits for Guy Young outside the studio and tells his old teammate that he's ready to get famous again. Guy decides to give Kenny a spot as a guest-host on his show, 'Sports Sesh,' and see how he does. Kenny turns to Stevie for support, but Stevie has enough trouble on his own, struggling to feed his four half-Mexican children. With no one to boost his confidence, Kenny's appearance on the show is a bust. Another host, Dontell, is particularly brutal towards him, and Kenny is embarrassed in front of the live studio audience and everyone watching at home.</p><p>Guy tells Kenny that he blew his chance – he was hoping that Kenny would step up to Dontell – but Kenny pleads for one last shot. Preparing for his next appearance, Kenny reconciles with Stevie and gets to work. One badass training montage later, he's ready. When Kenny faces a last minute bout of stage fright, April arrives and offers her support, telling Kenny to "fuck shit up." This time when Dontell steps to Kenny, Kenny steps right back. Their verbal argument escalates with Kenny pushing Dontell. When the other hosts intervene, Dontell unleashes a tirade against them, Kenny, and the audience, before storming out. The show goes to commercial and the studio audience goes wild.</p></div>
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>Written by <b>John Carcieri, Jody Hill </b>and <b>Danny McBrid</b>e; Directed by <b>David Gordon Green</b></p><p>Kenny, April and Stevie leave Guy Young's studio after Kenny's triumphant performance on 'Sports Sesh.' Stevie is so excited, he punches through a car window. To celebrate his return to the big time, Kenny buys gifts for his family – a free-trade candle for April, a Louis Vuitton backpack for Shayna, and for his son Toby, a wolf named Dakota.<br />At the studio, Kenny and Guy exchange gift baskets. Kenny's includes the screenplay of his life story; Guy's has passes to a waterpark. When Kenny tries to invite his brother's family to the resort, Dustin turns down the offer, telling Kenny, "All you do when you get famous is act like a bigger assh*le." Instead, Kenny and April invite their friends Gene and Tel and their families, along with Stevie's.</p><p>Everyone enjoys the waterpark – especially April. Kenny brings his drunk wife back to their room with his kids, then joins the other men at the bar. A dirty-looking fan named Shawnsie introduces Kenny to his hot sister, Jessie. They bring the party up to their room, but the drugs and booze prove too much for Gene and Tel to handle. Kenny threatens to expose them all if they tell their wives about the party, and cracks Gene in the jaw for mouthing off to him.</p><p>After sneaking into park after hours, Kenny turns down Jessie's overtures. "I've got a wife, kids, a family," Kenny tells her. "My d*ck just can't be in your mouth, ever." Security comes and the group races back upstairs. Kenny, agonizing over his decision, decides to pay a visit to Jessie's room, but this time, she turns him down. Kenny wakes up next to his loving wife, but his son recognizes something amiss.</p></div>
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>Written by <b>Justin Nowell</b>, <b>Jody Hill</b> and <b>Danny McBride</b>; Directed by <b>David Gordon Green</b></p><p>On 'Sports Sesh,' the guys run through an obstacle course and Jed makes the mistake of beating Guy Young. After the show, the other co-hosts tell Kenny they're all scared of upsetting Guy, who can be very petty and jealous. Unconcerned, Kenny bonds with Guy over lunch, and Guy invites him to participate in a dragon boat race for a charity of his choosing. Kenny enlists Stevie's help to find a charity on par with Guy's AIDS foundation. Shutting down Stevie's suggestion of the "Save the Limp Dick" foundation (a cause near to Stevie's heart), Kenny settles on the poor black kids at a nearby park.</p><p>April notices that Gene and Dixie have been throwing dinner parties without her and Kenny, so she shows up uninvited and angry. Dixie tells her she wasn't invited because Kenny punched Gene in the face at the water park. Covering for himself, Kenny makes up an elaborate lie about Gene having sex with another woman while Tel watched. While the couples fight, Kenny and April make their exit.</p><p>Kenny and April prepare to mingle with the elites at Guy Young's Asian-themed party. Surrounded by chanting monks and cake flown in from across the country, Guy tells Kenny how fed up he is with Jed. The day of the race, Kenny and Guy prepare to take on Dontell's team. In the middle of the competition, Jed is slowing the team down, and Guy asks Kenny to throw him out of the boat. Kenny is conflicted, but does as he's told, aiding the team to victory.</p></div>
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>Written by <b>Hayes Davenport, Jody Hill </b>and <b>Danny McBride; </b>Directed by <b>Jody Hill<br /></b><br />Kenny has a gathering to celebrate the opening of his new pool. As he bathes in his new success, April expresses her concern that Kenny is losing touch. He treats her to a night out at an expensive restaurant and the opera, lavishing her with gifts and money throughout the night. Unimpressed, April asks Kenny to come to therapy with her. <br /><br />On 'Sports Sesh,' Guy informs the audience that Jed is no longer with the show. During a segment with Cat Cora from the Food Network, Kenny interrupts with his new feature, "Kenny's Cuttin' In," and asks the audience if they want to see how many jalapeno peppers he can eat. They do, and he obliges.<br /><br />Stevie and Kenny discuss a new business venture; Kenny wants to start a restaurant called T.N.T. -- Taters and Tits. Stevie scopes out a kiosk in the mall for their first location. Kenny visits Dustin's house to drop off gifts in an attempt to buy his way back into his brother's good graces. When Dustin finally agrees to hear him out, Kenny cuts him off to take a phone call from Guy, who wants to meet at the lake. Guy arrives at the dock via water-powered jet pack and asks Kenny to take down his performance on the show. "Not everybody can fly," Guy warns, before water-jet packing away. <br /><br />During the show taping, Kenny can't help himself. Despite another pre-show warning from Guy, Kenny cuts in on Guy's animal segment. Later, April arrives at couples' therapy, but Kenny is nowhere to be found. He's at the lake, piloting his brand new water jet pack.</p></div>
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><p>Written by <b>Jody Hill & Danny McBride & Carson Mell</b>; Directed by <b>David Gordon Green </b></p><p>On the set of 'Sports Sesh,' Guy interrupts Kenny mid-sentence with a "boring alert" before introducing new co-host, Candi Cox.Candi comes out swinging at Kenny, making gay jokes at his expense. Kenny counters with an insult about Candi being on her period, but it doesn't go over well. During the commercial break, Kenny goes to the bathroom and tries to psych himself up—"You've got to harness the power of the c*ck"—not realizing that everything he says is being transmitted to the studio audience through his live microphone.</p><p>April expresses frustration about her and Kenny's marriage. Kenny seeks marital advice from Dixie, asking if he can count on her support in the days to come. In return, he makes up a slightly less offensive lie about what happened with Gene at the water park.<br />Kenny and Guy face off at the lake on their water jet packs. Kenny wants to call a truce -- there's room on the show for both of them -- but Guy isn't having it. At the mall's new Taters 'N' Tits kiosk, Kenny tells Stevie about his problems at home and at work. Stevie tries to help out by recruiting a large man from a local church group to threaten Guy, but Stevie's hired muscle has trouble remembering the dialogue. Guy beats him up instead.</p><p>That night Kenny throws a big surprise party for April -- "to remind you how awesome your life is and how cool everything is between you and I" -- but she's not impressed. Stevie arrives to tell Kenny that the plan failed. A rattled Kenny returns to the party, takes the mic and tries to get April to join him in a karaoke duet. When she turns him down, Kenny loses it. He lashes out at everyone and April kicks him out of the house. Kenny leaves, but not before freeing Dakota from his chains.</p><p>At the studio, Guy prepares to fire Kenny. Kenny apologizes for how he's acted, admitting that he's been kicked out of his own house and has no more fight left in him. Guy has no interest in reconciliation, and tells Kenny that he should be out there in the audience with the idiots clapping because they see bright lights. "I could shit in my hand and those morons would eat that up," he tells him. "I win, Kenny. You're f*cking out."</p><p>Guy comes around to the front of the stage and is greeted with a chorus of boos. Kenny's mic was hot during the entire rant. As Guy looks on helplessly, Kenny gloats: "I win."</p></div>
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><P>Written by <B>John Carcieri & Jody Hill & Danny McBride; </B>Directed by<B> Jody Hill</B></P><P>It's Christmastime and Kenny is living alone in a hotel penthouse suite, having sex with a random woman and doing lines of coke in the shape of a Christmas tree. With Guy Young fired, Kenny is now the lead host of 'Sports Sesh.' In the midst of a coke binge, he and Stevie instruct the crew to carry out his vision for the 'Sports Sesh' Christmas special, complete with models in reindeer costumes and a symphony of farts. During rehearsal, Kenny continues to alienate the crew and the two remaining co-hosts quit.</P><P>Kenny and his team of lawyers meet with April to discuss their divorce. April asks for half of the family assets, but Kenny's high-priced attorneys reject the offer. He tells April he'll go easy on her if she agrees to call off the divorce, but she can't bring herself to do it. Per his agreement with April, Kenny gives his kids Christmas gifts on December 23. But instead of expensive presents from Tiffany and Rolex, they just want the return of their pet wolf Dakota.</P><P>With Taters 'N' Tits hemorrhaging cash, Kenny decides to close the mall kiosk. Stevie is devastated. Having spent all his money on plastic surgery -- new boobs for Maria and a new chin for himself -- Stevie has no money left to buy Christmas presents for his kids. He works up the courage to tell Kenny off and storms out.</P><P>Just before the Christmas special, Kenny finds himself high, drunk and in a very dark place. During the taping, he goes increasingly off the rails. Lamenting the demise of his family, he starts to dismantle the set. He throws a Christmas tree across the stage while screaming, "Christmas can suck my dick!" When a set wall collapses onto a crew member, Kenny flees the scene.</P><P>Alone on Christmas Eve, Kenny opens a gift from April--a small ornament with a baseball player on it. Maria knocks on his door urgently; she can't find Stevie anywhere. They drive around and find him in a squalid motel room, gun pressed against his new chin. They talk him out of committing suicide, but Stevie accidentally shoots his chin off.</P><P>Covered in Stevie's blood, Kenny joins his brother and sister-in-law caroling. He spends the night at Cassie and Dustin's home and resolves to be a better man. The next morning, he sets out in search of Dakota, and returns the wolf to his kids' front lawn.</P></div>
<div class='episode-body-left-aligned' style='text-align: left'><P>Written by <STRONG>John Carcieri & Jody Hill & Danny McBride;</STRONG> Directed by<STRONG> Jody Hill</STRONG></P><P>Kenny enters his divorce proceedings and fires his team of lawyers. He asks April for one week to prove himself before she finalizes the paperwork.</P><P>On the set of 'Sports Sesh,' Kenny tries to make amends with the crew for his behavior during the Christmas special by firing his security guards. His apology is interrupted by Ronnie Thielman, the head of the network. Thielman, a Brit traveling with a 13-year-old boy he's been educating, saw Kenny's Christmas special and loved it. He offers to give Kenny his own show and make him the next Ellen DeGeneres.</P><P>Kenny visits Stevie in his home, where he's recovering from the accidental gunshot to his chin. Stevie, hopped up on painkillers, has some constructive criticism for Kenny's screenplay.</P><P>For Kenny's first show, Ronnie wants a teary interview with Guy Young. Kenny visits Guy in his home, where he finds the former host disheveled and performing to a pretend audience. Reaching out, Kenny offers one last shot at redemption, telling Guy it's "because once upon a time, a dear friend gave me a chance when the rest of the world had counted me out."</P><P>After Kenny's son Toby performs in a school play, April tells Kenny she's not ready to have her heart broken again. She's moving with the kids to Santa Fe.</P><P>Before taping the inaugural 'Powers Hour,' Ronnie tells Kenny to "crush Guy Young like a teenage hymen." It's not a show about redemption, it's a show about humiliation. When Kenny brings out Guy, the old host is showered with boos. When Guy attempts to come clean, Kenny reveals the true nature of the show -- but he refuses to play along with it. As the network executive looks on in horror, Kenny apologizes for his past behavior. "I made a lot of my mistakes on my return to superstardom," he admits. "I screwed a lot of pooches." Kenny declares that the dragon that is Kenny Powers will now retreat to his cave. When Ronnie comes after him, Kenny punches him in the face.</P><P>Kenny returns home to see his family off. As he hands over the signed divorce papers, he apologizes one last time. April stops him and kisses him. They move to Santa Fe together.</P><P>Reworking his screenplay, Kenny imagines directing the feature film about his life. He casts Alexander Skarsgard and Lindsay Lohan as his grown-up children. In his vision, April is shot and killed by muggers, leaving Kenny to wallow in a life of hardcore drug addiction before finally getting clean. He pictures himself moving to Africa and marrying a local woman. When he dies, Stevie and his children come to collect his ashes. Cut to black, and the audience goes apeshit.</P><P>In his Santa Fe home, Kenny finishes his screenplay, and joins April after a long day of writing.</P></div>