1: Writers 101
A look at what it takes to write a series like Andy Barker, P.I. with co-creator Jonathan Groff and writers Josh Brycel, Jane Espenson and Jon Ross.
2: Going Where The Numbers Take You
An intimate look back at the series with Jason Ensler, Jonathan Groff, Tony Hale, Clea Lewis, Marshall Manesh, Conan O'Brien and Andy Richter.
3: Gag Reel
4: What If Andy Barker Had Lasted
Conan O'Brien explains what he would have spent his money on.
Thursday, March 15th, 2007
Andy Barker, a happy and successful Certified Public Accountant, decides to take a risk and open his own accounting business, but later decides to become a great Private Investigator, also after he moves into the office of Lew Staziak, a former P.I.
Thursday, March 22nd, 2007
2: Fairway, My Lovely
During a golf game, Andy sees his client, Guy Halverson, die of what is surely natural causes due to Halverson's obesity. Halverson's wife is convinced he was murdered though. Andy is dubious but learns that Halverson was having multiple affairs. Could one of his lovers be the killer?
Thursday, March 29th, 2007
3: Three Days of the Chicken
Wally is blackmailed by Transcor, an evil chicken cartel that murders anyone who gets in their way. Andy is determined to stop them, but Lew warns that Transcor is too powerful.
Thursday, April 5th, 2007
4: Dial M for Laptop
When his laptop disappears, Andy races the clock to file his father-in-law's tax return and gets caught up in a credit-card scam.
Thursday, April 12th, 2007
5: The Big No Sleep
Andy is hired to follow a woman's stepmother and find out if she is having an affair. While trying to solve that case, he is instructed by his wife to investigate the disappearance of their daughter's favorite toy. Molly is incapable of sleeping without the stuffed elephant, Snowball and Jenny wants the toy back.
Thursday, April 19th, 2007
6: The Lady Varnishes
Andy discovers a forty-year-old letter from a woman convicted of murder that explains she was framed. However, Lew's former partner, the real murderer, will stop at nothing to keep the truth from coming out.