Many people watch Bob's Burgers and Archer nowadays, and many people greatly enjoy the voice of H. Jon Benjamin. However, too many forget that he once played a character named Coach McGuirk who was truly the scourge of human kind. And everyone loved him. Seriously, the guy was deplorable, said some very distressing things, and committed terrible acts that make him anything but a role model. But despite all of the worst things coach McGuirk did, you can't help but adore him as one of your favorite characters on Home Movies.
Let's face it, Coach McGuirk being a jerk is easily one of the best reasons to watch the show. His dialogue is sarcastic, biting, and just plain wrong. His actions left you shocked at how horrible he can be. It would be impossible to list every single terrible thing he did, but here is a fairly comprehensive list of just the best worst moments.So, which of these do you think are the worst coach McGuirk moments on Home Movies? You can vote on the list items below, and laugh at some of your favorite moments in the show's history. Don't worry, coach McGuirk doesn't judge. These are some the very best Coach McGuirk Home Movies moments.
He Pretended to Be a Blind Prophet as a Scam for Cash
It all starts with Coach McGuirk going in for laser eye surgery. He is temporarily blinded by a sloppy procedure, and convinces Brendon and the other kids that he is a psychic now because of that. From there, it spirals downward. He begins charging money for his visions, all of which are false, and even scams old ladies into believing they're talking to their dead relatives. That's pretty sleazy, even for McGuirk.
He Sent Kids Upstairs During a Tornado
When a major storm hits, McGuirk is left in charge of the kids. Really, that's a terrible thing to begin with, but it only gets worse when a tornado hits. His solution? Stay where it's safe and send the kids upstairs to die. He also proceeds to explain to the baby the many different ways that a person can die.
He Pretty Much Ruined Sensitivity Training
First of all, what kind of sensitivity training involves improv? Leave it to Lynch to find a program like that. Either way, Coach McGuirk treated the whole thing like a big joke, and even went out of his way to hit on one of the instructors. Poorly.
He Convinced a Child to Commit Fraud in Order To Buy a Sub Sandwich
One would think that if Coach McGuirk wanted to commit check fraud, he would just do it himself. But no, he sends Melissa, a child, to do his dirty work for him. The fact that he does it only after trying to scam her out of money, and only to get a sub sandwich, just adds insult to injury.