Con Man season 1
Air weekdate:Wednesday Cast:Alan Tudyk, Nathan Fillion, Joss Whedon, James Gunn, Sean Astin, Summer Glau, Jewel Staite, Mindy Sterling, Seth Green, Felicia Day, Sean Maher, Gina Torres, Amy Acker, Tricia Helfer Genre:Comedy, Science-Fiction Channel:Vimeo Status:Continuing
The plot of the series Con Man describes the events protagonist of which there is a young man who had previously participated in the prestigious film project. But unfortunately a large audience not acquainted with this project, so that the man did not get as such power. However, this still is a plus. One filming has profoundly changed the main character attitude to the world. Now frustrated actor attends on various festivals, where with pleasure tells to the people the details of his personal life and is trying to become even more successful. But if not a friend of this young man is not known how long would it all happened. The series contains many stories about the lives of successful people and those who could not be held as a person. It revealed the secrets of how to behave and to focus only on one. Events of the series the farther away the more interesting. You remember a long time this comedy, because it has a special charm and a positive that you have not met. If you are ready to experience the full sharpness and richness of life then this story exactly for you. Enjoy watching.
Con Man season 1 episodes list:
Wray Nerely experiences an unusual fan interaction in the airport men’s room and after accepting some timely advice from Sean Astin, is almost ejected from his flight by Air Marshall Cahoots. (Wil Wheaton)
Wray meets his convention assistant, Karen (Felicia Day), who is a machine, a machine, a soft serve machine. Wray signs autographs for his fans and agrees to work on his audition scenes with his manager Bobby (Mindy Sterling).
Bobbie (Mindy Sterling) tries to help Wray with his audition. Bobbie hinders more than helps. Mocap-king Jerry Lansing (Nolan North) pushes pain killers on Wray. Wray feels no pain at the VIP party.
The morning after the VIP party Wray discovers that he recorded and sent in his audition during his drug and alcohol fueled blackout. Wray insults the fans and apologizes only insulting them more. A handicapped mob forms and gives pursuit. Sean Astin gets bourbon balled.
Wray meets the girl of his dreams and knocks her off her feet. Bobbie competes in a cosplay contest judged by the amorous Leslie Jordan and Sean Maher.
Bobbie’s “levy” is cresting under the tempest of Leslie Jordan and Sean Maher’s attention. Wray gets an action figure, “Wray Wray”, and learns the love you can only feel as a father.
Wray and Louise make-out-ish in a blue police box. Hearts and more break over dinner and it’s revealed that Wray Wray is getting action. Leslie, Sean and Bobbie work out their own issues.
Wray’s role is downgraded during a video game gig. Milo Ventimiglia convinces Wray to attend a comic book store opening in his absence.
Wray meets Jack Moore's new assistant Faith (Alison Haislip) and she informs him Jack wants to make a spectrum movie much to Wray's disappointment.
Michael Dorn and Kevin Gevioux host a panel on racism in animation with Wray. Wray is an equal opportunity bigot. The military rescues Wray from himself.
Spectrum's creator leaks the lost episode of the show and breaks the Internet. Bobbie, Wray and his 90-year-old roommate and former stuntman-for-actresses, Dale, watch it together.
The cast of Spectrum (save for the late Bruise Camp Bell) has a reunion at Jack Moore's house, where they watch the lost episode and consider whether to do the Spectrum movie. Jack's pulled over by a cop, who's luckily a huge fan.
During the reunion, Wray has a one on one with each of his Spectrum co-stars and realizes how much doing the movie means to them. Also, his militant co-star Stutter, who still holds an old grudge against Wray, exacts his cheesy revenge.