Tim and Eric's Zone Theory by Tim Heidecker
7 Easy Steps to Achieve a Perfect Life

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It takes the essence of what makes Tim And Eric who they are and distills it into written-word adaptation, for better or worse. It’s mostly for better, provided the reader doesn’t mind several pages on the shapes and stenches of the male anatomy.
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From Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, two of the 21st century's most vital and creative minds, comes a brand new, inspirational, and game-changing life system that promises to instantly provide wellness, happiness, and total, absolute fulfillment.
 

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Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim are a comedy duo known best for their Adult Swim TV shows: Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! and the earlier Tom Goes to the Mayor. They broke through to a mainstream audience with their bizarre 2007 Absolut Vodka ads featuring themselves and Zach Galifianakis.
 
Published July 7, 2015 by Grand Central Publishing.
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Self Help. Non-fiction
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AV Club

Good
Reviewed by Bill Jones on Jul 27 2015

It takes the essence of what makes Tim And Eric who they are and distills it into written-word adaptation, for better or worse. It’s mostly for better, provided the reader doesn’t mind several pages on the shapes and stenches of the male anatomy.

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Above average
Reviewed by Gavin Tomson on Aug 10 2016

What imbues the book, at least for me, with such surprising, uncanny sadness—and what makes Tim & Eric such artful comedians—is how closely this hyperbolicly cultish parody resembles reality.

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