Portlandia: Season 4 (2014)


Season 4
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Air date: Feb 27, 2014

A young woman is haunted by very smart ghosts; Doug and Claire make a big commitment to one another; Kath and Dave make the most of fifteen minutes; Sandra finally finds a soul mate; Fred is visited by a Date Fact Checker.

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Air date: Mar 6, 2014

Ecoterrorists protest animal testing at a makeup company; Bryce and Lisa Rent it Out!; Toni and Candace have a car wash; Fred misses hip hop; Dave helps Kath get a good night's sleep.

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Air date: Mar 13, 2014

A celery salesman goes to great lengths to have celery become more popular; 911 dispatchers assure callers that it's beets; The Order Grill is open for lunch; Carrie declares social bankruptcy; a fed up office worker wants to become a gutter punk.

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Air date: Mar 20, 2014

A punk from the 1980s wakes up from a coma; an e-mail goes neglected; Nina has surprising news for Lance; Malcolm and Kris tailgate a "Prairie Home Companion" live show; Carrie dates a tax lawyer.

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Air date: Mar 27, 2014

Nance is driven to the emergency room; Ghavin questions a singer; Fred and Carrie have a garage sale; dinner guests are held hostage.

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Air date: Apr 3, 2014

Carrie and Fred go home after a concert; Fred has an idea for a music documentary; Peter is reunited with his old band, The Bahama Knights and his ex-wife who is the lead singer.

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Air date: Apr 10, 2014

Toni and Candace coach a dance team; Kickstarter videos compete at a Film Festival; Toni and Candace coach the Portland Trail Blazers' dance team.

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Air date: Apr 17, 2014

Mr. Mayor plans a parade; Brendan decides to try drugs; Carrie's brother visits with his new boyfriend.

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Air date: Apr 24, 2014

Mr. Mayor uncovers Portland's official 3D printer; Lance and Nina's lizard dies; Santa worries about the future of Christmas.

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Air date: May 1, 2014

Toni and Candace lead a feminist retreat for women in New Beaverton, Ohio; Peter and Nance go on a walking tour.

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  • Jul 02, 2021
    I'm spiritually on the autism spectrum, as when I saw Episode 1 "Sharing Finances", I turned to my husband and said "Those ghosts are Fuxi and Nuwa." Fuxi and Nuwa are snakes. Confused Kundalini. Depicted in ancient caves of of the East, they are incorrectly chosen to depict on US medical facilities when Asclepius is the correct symbol for medicine. And Val Kilmer's (as Moses) rod of Asclepius eats their two snakes Ouroboros style in "The Ten Commandments: The Musical!"(2006) to tie in random references indigo child-style here. Fuxi and Nuwa represent a Freudian split. The war within the self. A disharmony of Shiva/Shakti or Yin and Yang. What do Fuxi and Nuwa do during this episode? via The Oregonian: "Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein's ghosts spout a thicket of conflicting reports they've heard about or read about via NPR, The New York Times and Atlantic Monthly. "Sitting kills," "Humans were designed to sit"... If you are a Fuxi or Nuwa, step one is recognizing the war with your own shadow of self which equalizes all conflict, and step two is pulling out your NPR direct ear-to-brain pods, stepping away from the Fox News projector, and recognizing we are all One under the monitor of Kirsten Dunst.* *The almighty Evil Eye!
  • Jan 09, 2015
    Now more comfortable with a longer season, Fred and Carrie continue to amaze with the creativity and snappiness of their humor and the growth of their zany Portland universe.
  • Sep 02, 2014
    PORTLANDIA I have seen all episodes in the 4 seasons so far of this and I am really looking forward to seeing the third season. His is a skit comedy show and there are several running characters and actors in it, but it’s mostly Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein. I mean they are in every skit and they are the creators and writers. I love their running characters like the two hard core lesbian book store owners and the two people who work for the mayor played by Kyle McLaughlin, who is a real odd-ball in. The skits are so witty, like the one where they go to a movie theater and have to go up a million escalators before they get to their ironic movie and when the town council gets together to name a street and they can’t make up their mind, so they just name the street all the names they come up with and the sign is several feet long. Taking out party loans, to all the power in Portland going out because the government didn’t pay the electrical bill. The banter back and forth between the characters makes for some true genius comedy. They argue over how many magazine they’ve read and how many people they know. There are a couple of skits guest starring Jeff Goldbloom which are just my favorites. I think the Knot Store skit may be one of the funniest things ever. You have to check out this show. You will laugh your butt off.
  • Jul 20, 2014
    Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein are quirky and some will not respect their humor, but, for those who do, this show is one to look forward to.
  • Jun 20, 2014
    The best modern day sketch comedy show! After living in a city full of hipsters, I can relate to almost every skit!
  • May 01, 2014
    Portlandia is extremely hit and miss with it's sketches. Most often it is a miss.
  • Mar 23, 2014
    This show is hilarious and brilliant.
  • Feb 15, 2014
    The dream of the 90's is alive in Portland.

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