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Season 5

46 :05x01 - A New Hope

Sy finds an alternate site for the staff while a termite infestation is removed from the hospital. Blake makes a surprising return.
Guest Stars: Steve Agee as Terry | Jon Hamm as Arthur Childrens | Keegan-Michael Key as Captain Tripper | Byamba Ulambayar as Sumo Wrestler |
Featuring: Michael Cera as Sal Viscuso
Director: Michael Blieden
Writer: Rob Corddry

47 :05x02 - Triangles

Nurse Dori takes her son into Osaka where he witnesses a murder and becomes a target of the killers. Luckily, Detective Briggs is in Japan on an exchange program.
Guest Stars: François Chao as Kaiju | Jake Huang as Victim | Yoshio Iizuka as Gojira | James Lew as Mosura | Jayden Maddux as Willy | Nick Offerman as Chance Briggs | Hiroshi Watanabe (2) as Japanese Detective | James Wellington as Captain | Jaleel White as Chuck Engall | Vladimir Tevlovski as Stunt Coordinator |
Featuring: Michael Cera as Sal Viscuso
Director: Lake Bell

48 :05x03 - The C-Word

Glenn's attempt to put on a show for the troops is curtailed by a plane crash. Owen volunteers to play the trumpet because he think he is in a time loop with infinite time to learn how to play.
Guest Stars: Christina Kirk as Marnie Weiss | Alice Lo as Trumpet Teacher | Logan Miller as Chase McKeever | Vladimir Tevlovski as Stunt Coordinator | Mike Mukatis as Blake Stunt Double | James Adomian as Louis C.K. / Madonna / Freddy Mercury / Rihanna / Kate Upton |
Featuring: Michael Cera as Sal Viscuso
Director: David Wain
Writer: Diablo Cody

49 :05x04 - Country Weekend

Cat's wedding is interrupted by a murder, and Owen must solve the mystery.
Special Guest Stars: Weird Al Yankovic as Younger Michael (Special Appearance By) |
Guest Stars: Judah Friedlander as "Weird Al" Yankovic | Carla Gallo as Denise | Richard Kind as Marvin | Justin Kirk as Michael |
Co-Guest Stars: Annie O'Donnell as Betty | Anne-Michael Smith as Shari
Director: Ken Marino
Writer: David Wain

50 :05x05 - Imaginary Friends

Owen reminisces about his imaginary friends to the amusement of the staff. Cat suddenly yearns for motherhood.
Guest Stars: Sean Conroy as Drunk Daddy | Brian Doyle-Murray as Dr. Santa Claus | Alexa Havins as Susan | Jay Johnston as Capt. Beach-House | Andrew Pifko as Steve Perry | Cole Sand as Dylan | Andrew Santino as Jasper-Pants |
Featuring: Michael Cera as Sal Viscuso
Director: Michael Blieden

51 :05x06 - The Gang Gets Sushi

Lola is selected to go on a special mission and she must decide whether to leave her friends behind.
Guest Stars: Nina Franoszek as Party Host | Wolf Muser as NATO Chairman | Jordan Peele as Dr. Brian
Director: David Wain

52 :05x07 - Old Fashioned Day

Sy has an idea for old fashioned day at the base but things get out of hand when a boy gets sick.
Guest Stars: Laura Chinn as Patient #1 | Beth Dover as Nurse Beth | Carter Hastings as Kid | Tim Neenan as Patient #2 | James Urbaniak as Future Doctor | Steven Weber as John Tandy |
Featuring: Michael Cera as Sal Viscuso

53 :05x08 - Spoiler Alert: Owen Gets a Perm

Owen changes his hair style which upsets everyone and leads to retaliation to teach him a lesson. Glenn confesses the secret to his surgical skills.
Guest Stars: Michael Winslow as Himself
Director: Lake Bell

54 :05x09 - Wine Tasting

A visit from a hospital critic coincides with Sy putting on a wine tasting event and Owen agreeing to cover for Glenn that leads to trouble for all.
Guest Stars: William Atherton as Levon Bainter | Beth Dover as Nurse Beth |
Featuring: Michael Cera as Sal Viscuso

55 :05x10 - Blaken

When Blake is kidnapped, no one will help except Owen, who interrupts his television show to help his fellow doctor.
Guest Stars: Alex Berg as Audience Guy #1 | Owen Burke as Mailman | Jessica Chaffin as Hypnotist | Mason Davis as Kid | Mark Kelly (1) as Audience Guy #2 | Pavel Lychnikoff as Bad Guy #1 (as Pasha D. Kychnikoff) | Amanda Troop as Audience Lady |
Co-Guest Stars: Vladimir Tevlovski as Stunt Coordinator | Chris Gann as Owen Stunt Double | Antal Kalik as Euro-Stuntman #1 | Ryan Gray as Euro-Stuntman #2 | Efka Kvaraciejus as Euro-Stuntman #3
Director: Michael Blieden
Writer: Rob Huebel

56 :05x11 - A Lot of Brouhaha Over Zilch

Blake reveals multiple stories of drama at the army base, including Glenn and Cat's unrequited love for each other, and Derrick Childrens desire to regain control of Childrens Hospital from Sy.
Guest Stars: John Gemberling as Private Corcoran | Jon Hamm as Derrick Childrens | Tim Neenan as Solider | Erica Oyama as Fairy | Ian Roberts as Soldier 1 | David Wain as Rabbi Jewy McJewJew
Director: Ken Marino
Writer: Rob Corddry

57 :05x12 - My Friend Falcon

Director David Wain narrates a documentary about his pal and rival, Just Falcon.
Starring Roles: Malin Akerman as Ingrid Hagerstown | Lake Bell as Dixie Peters | Rob Corddry as Rory Spindell | Zandy Hartig as Glarion Rudge | Rob Huebel as Himself | Ken Marino as Just Falcon | David Wain as Himself | Henry Winkler as Fred Nunley |
Guest Stars: Michael Blieden as Assistant Director | Kerri Kenney as Herself (as Kerri Kenney-Silver) | Jayne Taini as Older Woman | Sam Trammell as Denizen Stoop | Morgan Vukovic as Nurse Morgan (as Morgan Walsh)
Director: Michael Blieden

58 :05x13 - Coming and Going

Blake tries to find something that will make Glenn feel something. Cat wants to assist Valerie with her child birth. Lola agrees to help Owen have his first orgasm and Sy takes Chief to see Oprah.
Guest Stars: Robert Craighead as Captain Berg | Nina Josephs as Lakme | Jack McBrayer as Ballard | Brooklyn Rae Silzer as Doctor Little Girl | Mary Votava as Mallika | David Wain as Rabbi Jewy McJewJew |
Co-Guest Stars: Vladimir Tevlovski as Stunt Coordinator | Stella Angelova as Valerie Stunt Double | Steve De Castro as Blake Stunt Double | Bevin Kaye as Cat Stunt Double | Kevin Sauer as Stunt Soldier #1 | Alex Chansky as Stunt Soldier #2 | Rob Mars as Stunt Soldier #3 | Marc Scizak as Stunt Soldier #4 | Tony Snegoff as Stunt Soldier #5 |
Featuring: Michael Cera as Sal Viscuso
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Drama | Medical
Status: Returning Series
Network: Adult Swim ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 12:00 am
Runtime: 15 Minutes
Premiere: July 11, 2010
Episode Order: 14
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