Kidding (2018– )
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Bye, Mom 

Jeff deals with a one-night stand. Jill learns that Jeff has been sending money to someone behind her back and confronts him.


Jake Schreier


Dave Holstein (created by), Mike Vukadinovich | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jim Carrey ... Jeff
Frank Langella ... Seb
Judy Greer ... Jill
Cole Allen ... Will Pickles
Juliet Morris ... Maddy
Catherine Keener ... Deirdre
Justin Kirk ... Peter
Bernard White ... Scott Perera
Omar Maskati ... Xander
Julitta Scheel Julitta Scheel ... Cassidy
Coda Boesel ... B.D.
Juliocesar Chavez ... Gigs
Mary Faber ... Macy
Jernard Burks ... Denny
Calah Lane ... Denny's Little Girl


Jeff deals with a one-night stand. Jill learns that Jeff has been sending money to someone behind her back and confronts him.

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Comedy | Drama








Release Date:

30 September 2018 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Will Pickles: Whose, uh whose phone number ends in 7864?
Jeff: What?
Will Pickles: He, uh he said that you have two numbers.
Jeff: [sighs] The other number belongs to a man who hurt his back so badly that he can't work anymore, so I pay for some of his necessities, like his phone and his rent and his daughter's education.
Will Pickles: How did he get hurt?
Jeff: He was driving the truck that hit you and Phil that day.
Will Pickles: Don't you hate that guy?
Jeff: Hate doesn't punish who you think it does.
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Heckuva Show. No Kidding.
4 October 2018 | by HallowLooyuhSee all my reviews

I tell you, this show has sucked me in. i'm glad the episodes are only 30 minutes long rather than an hour, because the storyline, scenarios, undercurrent, imagery and actor deliveries get really creepy. creepy, as in uncomfortable, unsettling. they convey a kind of unease that works its way from your mind into your body. well, mine anyway.

after last week's episode, i was preparing for Jeff going off the deep end, but after this one, it seems like his estranged wife might be the one to add another tragic chapter to the life of Jeff Pickles.

but i'm not betting on it. i expect my expectations to be thwarted, because the conception of this show and the writers have been so creative, and there've been continuing unexpected twists.

Jeff's sister, marvelously played by Catherine Keener (& the actress who plays her daughter is excellent too), is as creepy as Jeff. And Dad Frank Langella is (as always) a thoroughly convincing creep.

i'm still waiting for the van driver (Jernard Burks) to come into play. his kitchen scene as Dupree with Denzel Washington and Don Cheadle in "Devil in a Blue Dress" proved what a helluva actor he is. that scene of his still sticks with me. with the kind of baggage that his character on this show is carrying, it seems like it would be right up his alley.

anyway, i'm creepified by this show. in a good way. if that's possible.

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