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'''''The New Big Ball With Neil Hamburger''''' is a 2010 pilot from the minds of absurdist duo Tim and Eric, and was a mock game show hosted by Neil Hamburger (whom Tim and Eric had previously worked with on ''Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!''). Created for Adult Swim, the pilot was ultimately rejected and went unseen for several years.
 
'''''The New Big Ball With Neil Hamburger''''' is a 2010 pilot from the minds of absurdist duo Tim and Eric, and was a mock game show hosted by Neil Hamburger (whom Tim and Eric had previously worked with on ''Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!''). Created for Adult Swim, the pilot was ultimately rejected and went unseen for several years.
  
According to an article in the New York Times, the 13-minute pilot had begun early production in 2008.<ref>[http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/27/arts/television/27itzk.html?ref=television The aforementioned 2008 New York Times article on Tim and Eric.] Retrieved 18 Jan '14</ref> It was cited as being a spin-off of ''Awesome Show''. Given the presence of Tim and Eric's dedicated fan following, after being asked several times about the pilot, Tim Heidecker posted a tweet on September 12, 2013, which read "You asked for it! The New Big Ball Game Show pilot with @NeilHamburger is coming to the web soon!!!".<ref>[https://twitter.com/timheidecker/status/378313646138351616 Tim Heidecker's Twitter post confirming the pilot's then-upcoming online release.] Retrieved 18 Jan '14</ref> Sure enough, a couple of months later, on November 7, the full pilot was uploaded to adultswim.com, and the mysterious episode was finally made available to fans alike.
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According to an article in the New York Times, the 13-minute pilot had begun early production in 2008.<ref>[http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/27/arts/television/27itzk.html?ref=television The aforementioned 2008 New York Times article on Tim and Eric.] Retrieved 18 Jan '14</ref> It was cited as being a spin-off of ''Awesome Show''. Given the presence of Tim and Eric's dedicated fan following, after being asked several times about the pilot, Tim Heidecker posted a tweet on September 12th, 2013, which read "You asked for it! ''The New Big Ball Game Show'' pilot with @NeilHamburger is coming to the web soon!!!".<ref>[https://twitter.com/timheidecker/status/378313646138351616 Tim Heidecker's Twitter post confirming the pilot's then-upcoming online release.] Retrieved 18 Jan '14</ref> Sure enough, a couple of months later, on November 7th, the full pilot was uploaded to adultswim.com, and the mysterious episode was finally made available to fans alike.
  
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==

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An ad promoting the pilot before it was cancelled.

Status: Found

Date found: 07 Nov 2013

Found by: Tim Heidecker

The New Big Ball With Neil Hamburger is a 2010 pilot from the minds of absurdist duo Tim and Eric, and was a mock game show hosted by Neil Hamburger (whom Tim and Eric had previously worked with on Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!). Created for Adult Swim, the pilot was ultimately rejected and went unseen for several years.

According to an article in the New York Times, the 13-minute pilot had begun early production in 2008.[1] It was cited as being a spin-off of Awesome Show. Given the presence of Tim and Eric's dedicated fan following, after being asked several times about the pilot, Tim Heidecker posted a tweet on September 12th, 2013, which read "You asked for it! The New Big Ball Game Show pilot with @NeilHamburger is coming to the web soon!!!".[2] Sure enough, a couple of months later, on November 7th, the full pilot was uploaded to adultswim.com, and the mysterious episode was finally made available to fans alike.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Archive.org's mirror of the original YouTube upload.

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