Astronaut on the run with special powers and his talking motorcycle must deal with a malevolent artificial life form that's possessing people and turning them into dust, as well as NASA's hitman and real life actor Ron Silver.
Dan Harmon and Jeff Davis discuss their plans to create a moon colony full of social awkwardness and compassion. They're joined by Spencer Crittenden, Rob Schrab, and many friends to dive ... See full summary »
Jeff Bryan Davis
I recently had the pleasure of being introduced to Computerman via the Tenacious D website. I am very pleased this happened as it introduced me to, what I believe, could have been a classic TV show. The theme, being that a man accidentally crosses his DNA with his Computer which thusly creates Computerman, is incredibly original and the way that it is presented is both unique and quite bizarre. I couldn't personally compare this to anything else as I don't believe that there is anything else quite like it anywhere in the world. If you are a fan of Jack Black or you know a little about computers to find the funny side then I strongly recommend that you check this out. Unfortunately the series was cut short before there could be any closure so you'll have to make up your own mind as to what happens next but don't let that make an impression on you as to whether or not you should watch the short series. All in all, this is a top quality series that looses its way about half way through which I believe is why it was cancelled, but, like I say, you should check out this 'could have been a classic'.
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