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October 27, 2021
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About this title


Early Cuyler is a redneck squid who was sentenced to 15 years in jail but finds out he has an illegitimate son named Rusty. Rusty is being raised by his Aunt Lil who is teaching him how to run a hair salon, which she does when she isn't running a crystal meth lab. When the sheriff takes pity on Early and lets him out of jail early to go raise his son he must find a way to raise his squidbilly son and maintain the terms of his parole.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: October 16, 2005

Also Known As: Осьминоги, Squidbillies |  See more »


Company Credits

Production Co: Awesome Incorporated, Radical Axis |  See more »


George Lowe
as Wrestling Promo Announcer
Alexandra Ficken
as Holiday Barista
Lane Grayson
Brooks Braselman
as Fake Patrick Swayze
Dave Schools
as Self
Vernon Chatman
as Shuckey the Corn Mascot
Alan Steadman
Merrill Hagan
Melissa Warrenburg
Rob Poynter
Jason Mantzoukas
as Pine Booby
Leslie Sharp
as Vicki
Lear Bunda
Dave Willis
as Narrator/Denny/Glenn/Deputy Denny/8-Bit Pharaoh/Deputy/Narrator, Plumber Bubba
Andrew Donnelly
Laurie Catherine Winkel
as Cooler/Nurse
Steve Earle
as Steve Earle
Oliver Nichols
Shooter Jennings
as Shooter Jennings
Todd Nance
as Self
David Jackson
Hugo Garcia
Zach White
Thom Nicolette
Dave Hill
Larry Junstrom
as Self
Max Willis
Larry Wachs
as Clown
George Robinson
as Snow Daddy
Jeff Defalque
Jeff Bryan Davis
as Self
Lavell Crawford
as Judge Jammer
Sadie Willis
Widespread Panic
as Themselves
Winford Warren
as Doctor/Waiter
Granger Beem
Stan Robak
Jared Swilley
as Self
Dave Stone
as Brock Bill
Cesar Martinez
Donald Cook
Victoria Cook
as Darla
Anna Vocino
as Innocence Project Lawyer
Eric Butterbean Esch
as Self
Phil Hendrie
Vishal Roney
Todd Snider
as Lobster Freak
Jason 'Wee Man' Acuña
as Self
Anthony 'Citric' Campos
as Rodrigo
Andrew Montesi
as Festival of the Clown Freak Ad Announcer
Kevin Gillespie
as Self
Lauren Vaughan
Nick Ingkatanuwat
as Billy Morton
Larry Murphy
Todd Barry
as Dr. Bug/Dr. Glenn/Glenn
Judith Franklin
Greg Hollimon
as Pine Booby Leader
Patricia French
as Aunt Lil
Bill Mondy
Doug Richards
as Doug Richards/Report
Grandaddy Hamm
Jon Wurster
as Dakota the Hippie
Joe Thomas
as Chairman
Zach Hanks
John Bell
as Self
Nicki Lane
as Nicki Lane
Isaac Hayes III
as Prisoner
Rachel Dratch
as Hippie Woman
Jason Isbell
as Pastor Nubbins/Reverend
Billy Wayne Davis
Lory Tom Thompson Sr.
Ryuu Sato
as Rusty Cuyler (Japanese dub)
Faye Otto
Dan Triandiflou
Whit Davies
Don Barnes
as Self
Brendon Small
as Dr. Jerry
Jim Fortier
Paul Painter
as Radio deejay
The Mighty Ohba
as Early Cuyler (Japanese dub)
Charles Napier
as Sheriff
Joshua Coleman
Grey Revell
John 'Jojo' Hermann
as Self
Dana Swanson
as Glenn's Wife
Ellis Walden
as Galactacon Fracking Boss/Judge Doug Peppers
Tim Andrews
as Homicidal GPS
Fred Armisen
as Miguel/Hippie Killed with Chainsaw/Jesus
Bruce Martin
Jonathan Katz
as The Therapist
Lucinda Williams
as Lucinda Williams
Matt Foster
as Tattoo Artist
Joe Neil
Tara Ochs
Larry Munson
as God
Elizabeth Cook
as Tammy/Tammi
Jesco White
as Gaga Pee Pap/Ga-Ga-Pee-Pap Cuyler
Mike Schatz
as Counselor/Scientist
Todd Hanson
as Dan Halen
Edward Hastings
as Judge
Foolio Jones
Niko Coleman
as Randy
Phil Samson
as CIA Guy
Tony Guerrero
as Prisoner
Mary Kraft
as Krystal/Mom - Live Action Commercial/TV Stand-up Comedian
Danny Torrance
Shawn Coleman
as Clown Boy/Distorted Radio Commentator/Pizza Delivery Guy/Singer
Ricardo Duero
Joe Randazzo
Pete Smith
as Boyd
Mamie White
as Krystal's Cousin
Mick Foley
as Thunderclap
Kate Kneeland
Pedro Vampyre
Patton Oswalt
as One-Eyed Squid
Carlos Guillen
Bradford Cox
as Self
Unknown Hinson
as Early Cuyler/Earlie Cuyler/Early
Billie Reaves
as Sheriff's Mom/Mammy
Danny Chauncey
as Self
Billy Joe Shaver
as Customs Agent/TV Announcer
Chad Johnson
as Self
Amanda Marks
as Voice Over
Sketch MacQuinor
Casey Motter
Paul Stanley
as Self
Daniel McDevitt
as Rusty Cuyler/Russell 'Rusty' Cuyler/Russell 'Rusty' Kyler/Russle 'Rusty' Cuyler/Russel 'Rusty' Cuyler/Rusty/Russell Cuyler
A. Smith Harrison
as Dr. Horny/Narrator
Christian Danley
Scott Hilley
as Reverend
Miguel Espinosa
David Allan Coe
as Self
Sean Watkins
Amber Nash
as Prosperity
Riley Martin
as Dan Halen's Conscience/Horseman of Pestilence
Katie Girard
Jimmy Herring
as Self
Eddie Ray
as Self
Gregory Alan Williams
JD McPherson
as Prisoner
Stewart Breihut
as Jesus
Bobby Ellerbee
as Sheriff
Domingo S. Ortiz
as Self
Lala Cochran
Will Forte
as Tom Treebow
Ralphie May
as Pnut
Dana Snyder
as Granny

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2005 | 6 Episodes

Season 2

2006 | 14 Episodes

Season 3

2008 | 20 Episodes

Season 4

2009 | 10 Episodes

Season 5

2010 | 10 Episodes

Season 6

2011 | 10 Episodes

Season 7

2012 | 6 Episodes

Season 8

2013 | 9 Episodes

Season 9

2014 | 10 Episodes

Season 10

2016 | 9 Episodes

Season 11

2017 | 10 Episodes

Season 12

2019 | 9 Episodes

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