Todd Margaret (David Cross) is sent to London to cover for a missing colleague, upsetting his girlfriend. His boss asks him to stay through the launch of their new energy drink. In a case of deja vu, he meets Chef Alice Bell at his hotel.
A famous soccer player stars in a commercial for Thunder Muscle and Todd gets a new director of strategy. He seems to remember an ominous dream. Brent Wilts resurfaces and asks Todd for a favor. Created by and starring David Cross.
Todd must stay in London to clean up his mess. He goes to the Houses of Parliament and his deja vu comes in waves. His girlfriend suggests that he recreate his dream by eating too much Indian food. Created by and starring David Cross.
Todd reconciles with Alice, and Thunder Muscle sponsors her garden party. He meets with a large grocery chain for work and travels north to attend the garden party. This does not go well. Created by and starring David Cross.
Picking up directly where season one left off, Todd has a lot of explaining to do. Trying to talk his way out of trouble, Todd only makes matters worse. As if things weren't bad enough, a giant supermarket chain wants to sue Todd for ten million pounds and the police want to question a man fitting Todd's description in connection with the sudden death of a member for Parliament.
Todd and Dave decide to take a trip to sell some Thunder Muscle. On the way, they stop at La Molecule, Alice's favorite restaurant, in an attempt to convince the chef to hire Alice so Todd can regain her favor. Todd complicates things by spinning a ridiculous lie.
High on morphine, Todd mistakes a small teddy bear for Hudson, Alice's former boyfriend, whom he rightly suspects of trying to win her back. Desperate to make it to La Molecule before Hudson, Todd steals a test tube of toxic spores on the way. Meanwhile, Brent Wilts and Doug Whitney, Todd's former boss back in Portland, Oregon team up to track down the malevolent force that is "Mountford."
Alice pays Todd a visit and wonders if she had the wrong idea about him, but he soon proves her wrong. After Todd's father leaves the country, Todd seeks solace in a pub, but instead finds himself enmeshed in a night of unimaginable debauchery in a bachelorette party from hell.
After a disastrous night, Todd finds himself in an even more disastrous situation. Alice is forced to run from the law when the police see the unauthorized liquor license Todd gave her. Trying to clear her name, Alice goes looking for Todd to have it out with him only to find him on television and in police custody.
Todd is on trial for his life. The public wants him to hang and that seems the most likely outcome. A number of "friendly" witnesses are called to the stand but each one backfires. Meanwhile, Alice finds the evidence needed to clear both their names and is in a race against time to make it to the courthouse.
Part-time office temp Todd Margaret is unexpectedly chosen to lead the U.K. launch of Thunder Muscle, a new North Korean energy drink of suspicious contents. Despite the help of his new acquaintances Dave and Alice, Todd struggles to make inroads.
Todd's new boss, Brent Wilts, turns up the heat to sell Thunder Muscle, so Todd hatches a plan to crack the British retail market. However, he leaves the practical execution to Dave because Todd has scored what he thinks is a first date with Alice.
Todd decides to launch Thunder Muscle with an advertisement featuring a celebrity endorsement – Dave sets up the meeting. Meanwhile Todd's "relationship" with Alice goes to the next level: dinner at her flat.
Just in time for Wilts' arrival in London and demanding all of the money from Thunder Muscle sales, Todd oversees the filming of his commercial and it seems he finally makes a breakthrough but not quite.
With Wilts now maniacally demanding results, Todd finally takes initiative with a publicity stunt guaranteed to get Britain buzzing about Thunder Muscle. Meanwhile, Todd's former boss, Doug, is embarking on an investigation into Wilts' past.
Todd's world is falling apart, so he makes a final desperate bid for Alice's affections with even more spectacular lies. The various calamities Todd has embroiled himself in are starting to come to a head.
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