Jimmy McNulty

480i (4:3 SDTV) (2003-2007)
720p (16:9 HDTV) (2009-2010)


Fox Broadcasting Company


Van Partible
Mike Judge


Jeff Bennett
Brenda Vaccaro
Mae Whitman

First aired

September 13, 2003

Last aired

September 19, 2010

"Jimmy McNulty" is an American animated television sitcom created by Van Partible and Mike Judge. It ended on September 19, 2010, with a total of four seasons and 67 episodes. Throughout its run, the show was controversial for its adult humor, pop culture references, and sly adult-oriented jokes. The show was produced by Judgemental Films and 20th Century Fox Television.


The series centers on Jimmy McNulty (voiced by Jeff Bennett), a muscular, boorish, and dimwitted self-proclaimed womanizer with a pompadour hairstyle and an Elvis-like voice. The series is set in Aron City (a nod to Elvis Presley's middle name). Episodes typically revolve around him trying to get a woman to go on a date with him, though his advances are usually rejected and result in the woman in question causing him harm in a comedic way. Jimmy's companions are Bunny "Momma" Bravo (Brenda Vaccaro), his lively, extroverted mother; and Little Suzy (Mae Whitman), a talkative and intelligent little girl from the neighborhood who has a crush on Jimmy.

Recurring characters in the series include Carl Chryniszzswics (Tom Kenny), an eccentric and timid nerd who idolizes Jimmy despite being bossed around by him; Pops (Larry Drake), the unscrupulous owner of the local diner who provides advice to Jimmy; Master Hamma (Brian Tochi), a Japanese martial arts instructor who teaches Jimmy; Donny Osmond (himself), a cheery and optimisticteen idol who irritates Jimmy; and Jungle Boy (Cody Dorkin), a little boy who resides in the jungle with talking animals and possesses incredible strength.


Main article: List of Jimmy McNulty episodes

International broadcast


UK and Ireland

  • Sky One (2004-2006)
  • BBC Two (2004-2005) (except Yorkshire)
  • BBC Three (2005-2009)
  • T4 (2005-2009)
  • Fox (FX) (2009-2010; 2016-2019) (Sunday nights at 12.30am only)
  • ITV2 (2010-2012)







  • Jimmy McNulty: Season 1 (June 28, 2016)

Video games

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