Eastbound & Down

Eastbound & Down

The Complete Second Season

DVD - 2011
Average Rating:
Rate this:
The second season of its outrageous, irreverent half-hour, hit comedy series about an arrogant, burned-out, former major-league pitcher named Kenny Powers. In Season 2, Kenny will take up residence in a small Mexican town; there, joined by his lackey Stevie Janowski and a new love interest, Vida, he'll fashion a comeback scenario that involves a local baseball team, the Charros, and its filthy-rich owner, Sebastian Cisneros. Special features included.


From the critics

Community Activity


Add a Comment

My reason for 1/2 star: 2 minutes into Disc 1 involves cock fighting to the death with Danny McBride owning one of the cocks. How anyone can think that animal cruelty will sell a TV series is beyond me.

Gary Geiserman
Apr 22, 2012

Kenny Powers proves, I mean Danny McBride proves he is great. Other than some fun weird plot writing Danny is a one-man-band; a very satisfying one.
That’s how good he is; the rest of the entire show/cast/production/whatever else is totally amateur, I mean, is a hack job (with the new world of media on the internet, we need to stop using ‘amateur’ as a pejorative).
It’s ALL Danny McBride. The half hour goes down easy, like baby food. I watch a whole season in one sitting. And not gain a pound!

Jan 19, 2012

After being duped by a faux agent for Tampa Bay Kenny ditches his girlfriend and goes down Mexico way. Most of the second season takes place in a small Mexican town with a baseball team named the Charros. Kenny's sidekick from NC, Stevie, arrives unexpectedly to hang out with Kenny. Kenny plays some baseball, has a fling with a beautiful woman named Vida and on a personal quest he finds his long lost father played brilliantly by Don Johnson. Eventually Kenny heads back to NC with the promise of a minor league contract. Once back in NC Kenny is in for a major surprise. Season two is not as funny as the first season but it has its moments.

Glencoe_Mike Sep 06, 2011

Second season blows away the first season in hilarity. Unbelievably profane.

Age Suitability

Add Age Suitability

There are no age suitabilities for this title yet.


Add a Summary

There are no summaries for this title yet.


Add Notices

There are no notices for this title yet.


Add a Quote

There are no quotes for this title yet.

Explore Further

Browse by Call Number


Subject Headings


Find it at WPL

To Top