Gregory Shitcock, P.I.
Gregory Shitcock, P.I., was one of the first signs that 2005 was going to be a very different year at Channel 101. Hancock and Randolph, who had come humbly sniffing around with their pilot Man to Man, became just confident enough to make this show's brilliant first episode and the audience immediately snatched them up. Like Laser Fart before it, Shitcock evolved on its third episode, taking a slight step behind the fourth wall and ratcheting up its cinematography. It was the first show to shoot a three-episode arc all at once, and the strategy did pay off in that the trilogy of episodes 4-6 was allowed to come to its touching conclusion...but it may have backfired in that episode 6 was such a perfect conclusion. Perhaps an audience, gunshy from Laser Fart #10, wanted to end the series on a high and perfect note. At any rate, that's what happened.
The touching and violent conclusion of the Julian Swift trilogy, and, as it turns out, of a great Channel 101 show.
Warren desperately tracks his missing mentor; Julian Swift unveils an evil plan.
  • Screening:
    July 24, 2005
  • Votes:
    186
  • Audience Share:
    75.9%
  • Views:
    228
Shitcock has a surprise visitor on his birthday.
  • Screening:
    June 26, 2005
  • Votes:
    109
  • Audience Share:
    39.5%
  • Views:
    212
Gregory must crack his hardest case of all: The mystery inside his heart. Chicks love this shit!
Gregory and partner investigate the scene of a jewel robbery.
Gregory and his protege solve a murder mystery at a picnic.