Nathan for You: Season 1

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 Feb 28
2013

Yogurt Shop / Pizzeria

Comedian Nathan Fielder gives marketing advice to small businesses in this series, which begins with a campaign for a frozen yoghurt shop to offer an unconventional flavour; an…

2 Mar 07
2013

Santa / Petting Zoo

Nathan helps a department-store Santa who’s harboring a dark secret and develops a marketing plan for a petting zoo. Also, a teen is nabbed doing graffiti.

3 Mar 14
2013

Clothing Store / Restaurant

Nathan tries to help promote a clothing store by allowing “attractive” customers to shoplift from it, and attempts to help a diner by publicizing its bathrooms.

4 Mar 21
2013

Gas Station / Caricature Artist

Nathan helps an independent gas station by devising the world’s greatest rebate. He also attempts to make a fledgling caricature artist famous.

5 Mar 28
2013

Haunted House / The Hunk

Nathan helps a haunted house by making it scarier. Later, he attempts to overcome his awkwardness around women by dating several of them at once.

6 Apr 04
2013

Funeral Home / Burger Joint / Skydiving

Nathan helps a struggling funeral home. A burger joint is forced to stand by its claim that it has the best burger in Los Angeles, and Nathan goes skydiving.

7 Apr 11
2013

The Claw of Shame

In this special episode, Nathan performs a daring escape in which he risks a fate that is truly worse than death, and failed business ideas from the season are showcased.

8 Apr 18
2013

Private Investigator / Taxi Company

Nathan puts a private investigator to the test by allowing himself to be spied on for a day, a taxi company is brought a solution for shy customers, and Nathan is forced to inc…

About Nathan for You

Writer, director and comedian Nathan Fielder (CBC’s “This Hour Has 22 Minutes’‘) also has a business degree, and he combines that knowledge with his unusual life experiences to help struggling small businesses boost their sales. However, Fielder’s marketing campaigns for each business can best be described as unorthodox, to the point where no traditional sales consultant would ever attempt what he does.

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