The Guest Book is my new favorite show that I didn’t know about. It’s in its second season on TBS. Imagine My Name is Earl, if Earl is managing a vacation Airbnb. Just like with My Name is Earl the characters are clueless, sometimes horrible people. But they are also warm-hearted and human.

The first season took place at a vacation cabin up in the town of Mountain Trace. Season Two follows two of the characters to Mabel Beach. Each week we follow the main characters through their life, along with a stories for new guests who write confessions about their vacations in a guest book. It’s always over the top and sometimes a little disturbing. Be forwarded there’s a lot of sex and way too many accidental deaths. Just like you’d expect if you ran your own Airbnb. Despite all the lewd comments, ridiculous situations, and high number of deaths, it is the sweetest and most innocent show on tv. It’ll make you smile. And the house band, Honeyhoney, is great!

The Guest Book will air Tuesday, October 23rd at 10pm on TBS. Its regular slot will move to 10:30 on October 30th.

Per TBS: Greg Garcia’s anthology comedy series The Guest Book, which premiered as 2017’s #1 new cable comedy, returns to TBS on Tuesday, October 23 at 10 p.m. Subsequent episodes will air on Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m.

As planned with every new season of The Guest Book, season two features a new town, new series regulars, and new guest stars. In the small ocean-side community of Mabel Beach, vacationers who stay at the Bare Feet Retreat record their confessions, alibis, and farewells in the cottage’s guest book.

Photo Source: TBS, The Guest Book

Leslie Gayle

Leslie is a one time CPA, wife and mom of twins. She’s an over thinker who loves karate, thunder, and travel. Her sweatpants are yoga pants and she takes her coffee with milk.

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