The BEST Episodes of Con Man

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Jul 26, 2019

Con Man centers on the post-show life of Wray Nerely (Alan Tudyk) the co-star of "Spectrum," a sci-fi series, which was canceled before its time and went on to become a cult classic beloved by fans. Wray’s good friend, Jack Moore (Nathan Fillion) starred as the series Captain and has gone on to become a major celebrity, while Wray (Tudyk) hasn’t found his desired level of stardom. Wray is the begrudging guest of sci-fi conventions, comic book store appearances, and different pop culture events; however, everything is not as it seems from the outside. The series will explore these events and all the weird and crazy things that happen to them along the way.

Voiced Over

#1 - Voiced Over

Season 1 - Episode 8

Wray’s role is downgraded during a video game gig. Milo Ventimiglia convinces Wray to attend a comic book store opening in his absence.

star 7.94
197 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
Too Much Closure for Comfort

#2 - Too Much Closure for Comfort

Season 1 - Episode 13

During the reunion, Wray has a one on one with each of his Spectrum co-stars and realizes how much doing the movie means to them. Also, his militant co-star Stutter, who still holds an old grudge against Wray, exacts his cheesy revenge.

star 7.89
183 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
Found and Lost

#3 - Found and Lost

Season 1 - Episode 12

The cast of Spectrum (save for the late Bruise Camp Bell) has a reunion at Jack Moore's house, where they watch the lost episode and consider whether to do the Spectrum movie. Jack's pulled over by a cop, who's luckily a huge fan.

star 7.82
180 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
Shock to the System

#4 - Shock to the System

Season 2 - Episode 12

Girth and Wray compete for the role of Dr. Officer Blade Slater, Esq. on the Course of Ambivalence. Jack tries to gather the cast of Spectrum onto the Shock-A-Con main stage for a big announcement.

star 7.82
111 votes
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Josh Dean
Gum Drop

#5 - Gum Drop

Season 2 - Episode 6

It’s a tough room at the auditions for Doctor Cop Lawyer, casting director brings him in just before lunch, everyone is distracted, the social media team should be in diapers, and Diego Alfonzo is video conferencing in with a poor connection.

star 7.81
132 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Nicholas Daly Clarke, Sean Bury
I'm with Stupid

#6 - I'm with Stupid

Season 2 - Episode 8

The Long Con boiler room traps more and more convention goers behind its self-locking door, providing Lou Ferrigno a cast for Of Mice and Men: The Musical.

star 7.80
111 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Sean Bury, Nicholas Daly Clark
Doll Faced

#7 - Doll Faced

Season 1 - Episode 7

Wray and Louise make-out-ish in a blue police box. Hearts and more break over dinner and it’s revealed that Wray Wray is getting action. Leslie, Sean and Bobbie work out their own issues.

star 7.79
207 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
Sinking Feelings

#8 - Sinking Feelings

Season 1 - Episode 9

Wray meets Jack Moore's new assistant Faith and she informs him Jack wants to make a spectrum movie much to Wray's disappointment.

star 7.78
190 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
A Fluid Thing

#9 - A Fluid Thing

Season 1 - Episode 6

Bobbie’s “levy” is cresting under the tempest of Leslie Jordan and Sean Maher’s attention. Wray gets an action figure, “Wray Wray”, and learns the love you can only feel as a father.

star 7.77
218 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
What Goes Up

#10 - What Goes Up

Season 2 - Episode 1

Jack Moore meets with his agents to find his movie career is on the rocks. Wray isn't sure how to tell Jack he's dating Faith, Jack's assistant.

star 7.72
171 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Josh Dean
A Shot with Finley

#11 - A Shot with Finley

Season 2 - Episode 11

At the Ambivalence - the Uprising party, Wray is torn between preventing Tiffany from drinking and impressing Finley Farrow. Meanwhile, Bobbie and Stutter try to take Girth out of the picture.

star 7.72
109 votes
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Sean Bury, Nicholas Daly Clark
New Deal, No Deal

#12 - New Deal, No Deal

Season 2 - Episode 2

Wray admits to Jack that he isn’t interested in climbing back into the Spectrum cockpit. Jack promises Wray an audition for Doctor Cop Lawyer if he agrees to do the movie.

star 7.71
161 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Nicholas Daly Clarke, Sean Bury
Thank You for Your Service

#13 - Thank You for Your Service

Season 1 - Episode 10

Michael Dorn and Kevin Gevioux host a panel on racism in animation with Wray. Wray is an equal opportunity bigot. The military rescues Wray from himself.

star 7.71
187 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
Baby Boom

#14 - Baby Boom

Season 1 - Episode 5

Wray meets the girl of his dreams and knocks her off her feet. Bobbie competes in a cosplay contest judged by the amorous Leslie Jordan and Sean Maher.

star 7.68
225 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
Back to the Past

#15 - Back to the Past

Season 2 - Episode 9

The cast of Spectrum reunites at Shock-A-Con and Jack asks Wray to keep an eye on them while he finishes securing financing for the Spectrum movie.

star 7.64
111 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Josh Dean
Full Release

#16 - Full Release

Season 1 - Episode 11

Spectrum's creator leaks the lost episode of the show and breaks the Internet. Bobbie, Wray and his 90-year-old roommate and former stuntman-for-actresses, Dale, watch it together.

star 7.58
184 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
A Small Step for Manly

#17 - A Small Step for Manly

Season 2 - Episode 4

Wray shoots a commercial to impress the director of Doctor Cop Lawyer, Diego Alfonso. Against the warnings of the Stunt Coordinator, Wray decides to perform his own stunts.

star 7.58
142 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Nicholas Daly Clarke, Sean Bury
Cash Poor

#18 - Cash Poor

Season 1 - Episode 2

Wray meets his convention assistant, Karen, who is a machine, a machine, a soft serve machine. Wray signs autographs for his fans and agrees to work on his audition scenes with his manager Bobby.

star 7.57
312 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
Dawn of Girth

#19 - Dawn of Girth

Season 2 - Episode 10

The gloves come off when the lost Hemsworth, Girth, wanders out of the outback and into the running for the titular character in Doctor Cop Lawyer.

star 7.57
113 votes
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Sean Bury, Nicholas Daly Clark
Stalled

#20 - Stalled

Season 1 - Episode 1

Wray Nerely experiences an unusual fan interaction in the airport men’s room and after accepting some timely advice from Sean Astin, is almost ejected from his flight by Air Marshall Cahoots.

star 7.54
373 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
Them's the Breaks

#21 - Them's the Breaks

Season 2 - Episode 3

After firing his agents, Wray is forced to hire Bobbie to negotiate a cereal commercial on his behalf. Faith decides to get her shit in order.

star 7.54
155 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Josh Dean
Pin Cushion

#22 - Pin Cushion

Season 2 - Episode 7

Wray heads to the Long Con to help build awareness for Spectrum: The Movie, but ends up locked in the boiler room with Lou Ferrigno.

star 7.53
118 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Josh Dean
Retarding It All Up

#23 - Retarding It All Up

Season 1 - Episode 4

The morning after the VIP party Wray discovers that he recorded and sent in his audition during his drug and alcohol fueled blackout. Wray insults the fans and apologizes only insulting them more. A handicapped mob forms and gives pursuit. Sean Astin gets bourbon balled.

star 7.50
227 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk
Dick Lansing

#24 - Dick Lansing

Season 2 - Episode 5

Diego Alfonso invites Wray to audition for the role of Doctor Cop Lawyer sidekick, Dick Trimmings. Initially Wray is put off by the offer, but regroups and decides to become the best character actor he can be. To do so, he seeks the assistance of his old friend, the 2nd best Mocap artist in the world, Jerry Lansing.

star 7.46
136 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk, Josh Dean
Behind the Lines

#25 - Behind the Lines

Season 1 - Episode 3

Bobbie tries to help Wray with his audition. Bobbie hinders more than helps. Mocap-king Jerry Lansing pushes pain killers on Wray. Wray feels no pain at the VIP party.

star 7.40
265 votes
Directors: Alan Tudyk
Writers: Alan Tudyk