The Life and Times of TimIf you’re not watching HBO’s The Life & Times of Tim, you are missing the funniest show on TV right now. It’s a combination of Family Guy and Seinfeld, with a bit of The Office added to make it uncomfortable. And like The Royal Tenenbaums you need to pay attention to all the details that aren’t the primary focus: Make sure to read the signs hanging on the cubicle walls in Tim’s office and watch for stray animals on the streets of Manhattan. Tim’s “friend” Debbie — a hooker with a penchant for assless pants and mid-morning martinis — is jaw-dropping hysterical.

PS: If you don’t have HBO, you can watch several mini-episodes on the website.

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