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Gin 

Gamby and Russell look to finish what they started; Gamby confronts Amanda about her relationship with Hayden.

Director:

Jody Hill

Writers:

Danny McBride (as Danny R. McBride), John Carcieri | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Danny McBride ... Neal Gamby
Walton Goggins ... Lee Russell
Kimberly Hebert Gregory ... Dr. Belinda Brown (as Kimberly Hébert Gregory)
Georgia King ... Amanda Snodgrass
Sheaun McKinney ... Dayshawn
Busy Philipps ... Gale Liptrapp
Shea Whigham ... Ray Liptrapp
Mike O'Gorman ... Bill Hayden
Susan Park ... Christine
Edi Patterson ... Ms. Abbott
RJ Cyler ... Luke Brown
Brian Tyree Henry ... Tavis Brown
Maya G. Love ... Janelle Gamby (as Maya Love)
June Kyoto Lu ... Mi-Cha (as June Kyoko Lu)
Stephanie Astalos-Jones ... Clerk
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Gamby and Russell look to finish what they started; Gamby confronts Amanda about her relationship with Hayden.

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 September 2016 (USA) See more »

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Home Box Office (HBO) See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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When Danny McBride and Walton Goggins take Kimberly Hebert Gregory to her hotel room, they walk towards the camera, between them, at the end of the hallway is a mirror that captures the cameraman filming them. See more »

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Excellent climax
22 September 2016 | by lyb3-891-985883See all my reviews

After the show's initial imbalance it quickly picked up and revealed just how much Jody Hill has progressed as a director throughout the years. This episode is one of those moments of excellence where everything - the writing, the directing, the acting on all parts just go along in a perfect cohesion.

It rang so true to see Mr. Russel's dignity crumble under his self- inflicted Machiavellian persona, as he caught a glimpse of his reflection in a glass panel.

But the change Mr. Gamby goes through is circular. His flawed social skills returned after he'd just started to learn how to curb them, now threatening to ruin the first normal, healthy relationship he's had with anyone throughout the show.

The same, but on a much larger scale goes for principal Brown. The scene of her downfall was directed in such a superb way, that it wasn't just a funny sequence of drunk actions, but also a sad picture of a human being humiliating itself in grotesque degradation.

I can't wait to see the finale.


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