Mark’s case load during the second season is heavy as always and his Department of Integration colleagues are less than helpful, including Twayne (Michael-Leon Wooley), a terrorizing demonic bureaucrat; Mark’s succubus co-worker and casual fling Callie Maggotbone (Natasha Leggero), who has some strange ideas about where to take their relationship; Leonard Powers,(Randy Pearlstein) an aging drunken wizard and Mark’s office mate; and Lt. Grimes (Larry Murphy), a law-enforcement officer who despises non-humans. At least Mark still has his zombie roommate Randall Skeffington (Kurt Metzger), who doesn’t care what Mark does, as long as he covers his half of the rent.
With more monsters than ever before, season two of Ugly Americans takes you deeper into the world of an alternate New York City, beginning with the second season premiere on June 30 (“Wet Hot Demonic Summer”). The premiere features Callie and Twayne plotting to infiltrate a secret wizard compound where Leonard is training his apprentice, but their complicated strategy involves building a summer camp on a moment’s notice. With Mark as their head counselor, and Randall, Grimes and the DOI crew along for the ride, they soon discover there’s more to this camp than hot chicks and bug juice.
Other second season episodes include Callie getting a younger, hotter sister; Grimes’ Mummy (Christine Baranski) coming back from the grave to nag him; Twayne dealing with an aggressive Drill Sergeant (Rob Riggle) at basic training; and Mark’s old girlfriend (Jenny Slate) coming back into his life. Throw in a sexually inadequate dragon (Todd Barry) and Mark has got his work cut out for him in this new season full of otherworldly, adventurous fun.
Leading up to the second season premiere, Comedy Central Digital will offer fans and newcomers alike access to the world of Ugly Americans. Comedy Central is featuring seven full episodes from the first season for free streaming, along with previews from season two, including clips, character designs, stills and special insights into the show from the writers, as well as a behind-the-scenes documentary, which will be made available on the show’s site the week of the new season’s premiere. In addition, fans can follow Ugly Americans on Facebook and @UglyAmericans on Twitter.
Later this summer, MTV Networks’ “345 Games” division will release Ugly Americans: Apocalypseggedon (available for Xbox LIVE Arcade and PlayStation Network), a four player co-op side-scroller shooter game that features an exclusive script written by the show’s writers— including a new character unique to the game and custom voiceovers from the show’s actors. Uniting the spirit and humor of the series with addictive game play, players of Ugly Americans: Apocalypseggedon will hit the streets to clean up the chaos and prevent the impending apocalypse by resolving case files and fighting otherworldly citizens.