NEIGHBORS FROM HELL “Country Club Hell” Episode 2

Neighbors From Hell

Check out some photos of the upcoming episode of NEIGHBORS FROM HELL “Country Club Hell” Episode 2 which premieres on Monday, June 14, 2010 at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) on tbs.

Episode Synopsis: NEIGHBORS FROM HELL “Country Club Hell” Episode 2 – The family decides to try out the country club, where Balthazor plays dog golf with his boss, Killbride. Tina puts a spell on the boss’s wife, while Josh develops a crush and Mandy becomes a material girl.

Show Description: At first look, the Hellmans seem like a typical, all-American suburban family, with Balthazor (Sasso); his wife, Tina (Shannon); their two children, Mandy (Tracey Fairaway) and Josh (David Soren); their dog, Pazuzu (Oswalt); and Uncle Vlaartark (Kyle McCulloch). As it turns out, the Hellmans happen to be from Hell. They have been sent to Earth by Satan with a mission to prevent humans from drilling into their home in the underworld. To complete their mission, they must pose as average, everyday suburbanites. They soon discover that, when it comes to devilish behavior, humans are giving Hell a run for its money.
Making the Hellmans’ task all the more complicated is Balthazor’s congenial affection for humans and their odd but endearing qualities, including his politically incorrect boss Kilbride (Kurtwood Smith – That ’70s Show) and his Turkish coworker Chevdet (Kyle McCulloch). Balthazor also admires humans’ sense of responsibility toward loved ones and tries to emulate that with his own family.
Tina is not as enamored of the family’s assignment. Having to spend time dealing with suburban housewives, like their intrusive neighbor Marjoe (Dina Waters – Just Like Heaven), isn’t exactly Tina’s idea of fun. But she does love a good stiff drink.
Josh and Mandy are typical teenagers in Hell, which makes it fairly easy for them to adapt to life on the surface. Uncle Vlartaark spends much of his time trying to satisfy his bizarre appetites. And while Pazuzu is the real brains in the family, he frequently has to play the role of the family pet.

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